Isis Arce, a Sanders High School senior, Tylisha Redmustache, a senior at Many Farms High School, and Tyrall Roland, a Hopi High School senior, captured Best of Show art scholarships in the 35th annual Northland Pioneer College (NPC), Juried High School Art Exhibit, on display now through April 30, 2021, virtually at NPC’s Talon Gallery’s webpage https://www.npc.edu/talon-art-gallery/current-exhibition.
Dr. Inez Schaechterle, an English professor at Northland Pioneer College (NPC) who teaches creative writing, has sold her short story “Ghost Riders at Hutchinson’s Two Pump” to Fantasy Magazine, joining many notable writers, such as Peter S. Beagle and Caitlin Kiernan, who have been published in the magazine.
NPC Friends and Family, the non-profit foundation that supports Northland Pioneer College (NPC), has an unprecedented total of over $33,000 available in scholarship funding to assist continuing NPC students enrolling for the Fall 2021 semester. Individual awards range from $500 to $3,000.
All high-school-aged students from Navajo and Apache counties, including homeschoolers, are eligible to submit original two- and three-dimensional art or graphic designs for the 35th Annual Juried High School Exhibit, sponsored by Northland Pioneer College (NPC).
It was a distinct honor for Northland Pioneer College (NPC) to present the recipients of the Crystal Eagle Emeritus Awards given by the District Governing Board and the college during a meeting of the board held virtually, January 19, 2020.
Tuition waivers, valued at over $50,000, have been awarded to nine All-Arizona Academic Team students from Northland Pioneer College (NPC), to complete their bachelor’s degrees at one of Arizona’s three public universities.
Louis L. Smith, who established the prestigious Martia A. Smith Memorial Art Scholarship with NPC Friends and Family, has died. Smith created the endowment fund in memory of his late wife, who was a popular and talented adjunct art faculty at NPC.
The Board and the college seek an innovative, experienced, transparent, and empathetic leader who will work to support all students and especially advocate for the College’s rural and underrepresented populations.
Northeast Arizona’s “Thin Blue Line” is a little stronger after the swearing in December 17 of six new peace officers who recently completed the intensive 21-week Arizona Peace Officer Standards for Training (AzPOST) at Northland Pioneer College’s Northeastern Arizona Law Enforcement Training Academy (NALETA).
“Retirement? What’s that?” laughs Northland Pioneer College’s (NPC’s) District Governing Board (DGB) member Daniel Peaches, who joined the board’s virtual December 15, 2020 meeting donning a fishing hat complete with dangling lures.
Northland Pioneer College’s (NPC’s) Performing Arts Department is conducting online virtual auditions for the college’s spring theatre online “festival” series on Tuesday, January 12 and on Thursday, January 14 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. using Zoom.
It’s been a tough year for everyone, including local small businesses. To help navigate you through these challenging times, Northland Pioneer College is offering several online business classes this spring (Bus 106,122,123).
Northland Pioneer College’s Alpha Gamma Tau Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa (PTK), the international honor society of two-year college students, welcomed 61 new members during a virtual induction ceremony, Friday, November 20.