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THIS [email protected] - Norwalk Community College
This [email protected]
NCC Holiday Party
December 18, 2012
Volume 22, Number 12
IN THIS ISSUE
Page 2
Holiday Party Snapshots
NCC staff, faculty and retirees gathered to celebrate at the annual Holiday Party
held on December 14 at the Norwalk Inn. All enjoyed a sumptuous feast of hot
and cold hors d’oeuvres and a full sit-down luncheon. Music was provided for the
festivities by NCC’s own Gunnar Sahlin on cello and his musical group C.C.
Rhythms, which included Peter Everett on electric bass, Luke Appleton-Webster
on drums and Christine Mangone on keyboard.
Page 3
2012 Exhibition of
Undergraduate College
Artwork in Connecticut
Tom Duffy Lectures at AITE
Page 4
NCC Holiday Hours
Intersession Campus Hours
Wellness Center
Winter Break Hours
Movie-of-the-Month
SUBMISSIONS
to Karen Hart
[email protected]
Next issue published:
January 8, 2012
Deadline for submissions:
January 4, 2012
Copy Editor and Writer
Karen Hart
[email protected]
Copy Editor and Writer
Madeline Barillo
[email protected]
Graphic Designer
Cindy Zaref
[email protected]
This Week @ NCC is published by the Public
Relations Office and is available on the
NCC website at http://www.norwalk.edu/
publicrelations/thisweek
(cont’d. on next page)
H o l i d a y
P a r t y
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N ews
&
Announcements
2012 Exhibition of
Undergraduate College
Artwork in Connecticut
Norwalk Community College was represented at the
recent 2012 Exhibition of Undergraduate College Artwork
in Connecticut held at the John Slade Ely House –
Center for Contemporary Art in New Haven by the
following students:
Kate Veilleux, Steven Sangapore, Alex Moshier,
Katherine Ritchie, Nikki Elibero, Crystal Maria Victoria Dolloff, Joane Halaweh, Jenny Nuy, Dan
Rubenbauer, Samantha Compasso, Danielle Duncan,
Noel Croce, John Northrop, Soteria Milo, Ashley
Caswell, Vanessa Caswell, Michelle Scanlon, Rachel
Rubenbauer, Kelly Nelson, Lisa M. Trotta, Jason
Gaudette, Rachel Nurmi, Elyse A. Cote, Vanessa
Braucci, Matthew Hood, Vered Brandman, Denis
Dalesio, John Diamontopoulos, Olivia Bonilla,
Claire Nicasio, Brien Adams, Thomas Bjork, Adrianna
Malory, Edward J. Garrity, Kaitlyn Kreitzman, Megan
Pulone, Kelly Gilleran, Elizabeth Mastrocola, Maribel
Parides, Michael Abate, Lindsey Kimball, Gregory
Foster Jr., Jaclyn Bono, Linda McCarthy, Greg
Bianchini, Lauren Doolittle, Andrew Yordon, Beans
Cunningham, Katy Hyland, Ariel Maronich, Emma
Lipker, Meredith Freeman, Michael Karpiel, Katrina
Orsini, Clare Obarowski, Matthew McIntosh, Mary
Jane Ceruti, Katelyn Robinson, Hanna White, Kirsten
M. Surdej, Joe Adams, Ahmed Alghunaim, Marc
Alongi, Gerald Lovelace, Alfred Garcia, Danielle
Bardonelli, Tonya Choktrakunchai, Ashley Marshall,
Josh Stines, Joey Loos, Jean Zhuang and Jane Long.
From left to right: NCC students Thomas Bjork, Denis Dalesio, Claire
Nicasio, John Diamontopolous, Olivia Bonilla and Brien Adams
From left to right: Professor Joe Fucigna, Olivia Bonilla, Denis Dalesio,
Professor Joan Fitzsimmons, Brien Adams, and Claire Nicasio
NCC Professor Tom Duffy
Lectures at AITE
Professor Tom Duffy, Chair of the NCC Computer
Science department, was a guest lecturer at the Academy
of Information Technology and Engineering (AITE) in
Stamford last week.
Duffy taught a lesson from the textbook he has
written, Programming with Mobile Applications (ISBN:
978-1-133-62813-2). The lecture covered how to use web
technologies to build apps for smartphones and tablets.
The AITE has adopted Professor Duffy’s book for a
mobile device programming class, which was offered for
the first time during the Fall 2012 semester. The following colleges were also represented at the event:
Albertus Magnus College, Eastern Connecticut State
University, Fairfield University, Gateway Community
College, Hartford Art School, Housatonic Community
College, Manchester Community College,
Northwestern Community College, Sacred Heart
University, Southern Connecticut State University,
University of Connecticut, University of New
Haven and Yale University.
(News & Announcements cont’d. on next page)
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NCC Holiday Hours
Free Movie-of-the-Month:
A Christmas Story (1983)
Please be advised that NCC’s campus will be open on
Monday, December 24 and Monday, December 31. Not
all departments will be available and Main Street will be
closed. The Office of the Dean of Administration and
HR/Payroll will be open. If you did not schedule to take
the time off, please be prepared to work your normal day.
Thursday, December 20, 6:30 p.m.
East Campus, PepsiCo Theater The seventh and final
fall offering of NCC’s
popular Movies-of-theMonth FREE Film Series
will be the classic holiday
film A Christmas Story
from 1983. This delightful film
is based on one of
author Jean Shepard’s
unforgettable childhood
reminiscences. This is the
timeless story of young
Ralphie (a perfectly-cast
Peter Billingsley), and his
tireless quest for that “Holy Grail” of Christmas presents,
a Red Ryder BB Gun.
The film features the unforgettable Darren McGavin
as young Ralphie’s curmudgeonly Dad and is narrated by
author Jean Shepard himself.
This is a film that needs to be seen and experienced
with an audience. Come get in the spirit of the season
with us, laughing, remembering, and anticipating all the
joys, disappointments, and adventures of holidays past,
present, and still-to-come. Families and children are
welcome. Gary Carlson will be your host. For additional
information, contact him at [email protected]
Intersession Campus
Public Hours
From December 22, 2012 through January 19, 2013,
the following hours will apply for both East and
West campuses:
Monday through Thursday: 7 a.m. - 10 p.m.
Friday: 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Saturday: Closed (subject to change)
Sunday: Closed
The College will be closed on Monday, January 21, 2013
for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
The College will be open Friday, January 25, 2013 for
the first day of classes.
Wellness Center
Winter Break Hours
From December 19 through January 25, the following
hours will apply to the Wellness Center:
Monday through Thursday: 8 a.m. - 1 p.m.; 3 - 6 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m. - 2 p.m.
The Center will be closed from December 24 through
January 1.
Happy Holidays from the Public Relations Office
THIS WEEK @ NCC will resume publication on January 8, 2013
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