Students in several manufacturing-oriented programs at Nicolet College will soon move into new, state-of-the-art labs and classrooms to learn the cutting-edge skills in such high demand across the Northwoods.

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Citing its strong and broad-based commitment to deliver quality college education, the Aspen Institute has named Nicolet College a national finalist for the $1 million Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence.<

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In an emergency, several professions often must work together quickly and efficiently in order to provide the services necessary to ensure the safety and positive outcome for all involved.

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Nicolet College and several regional economic development partners will have significant financial resources to serve entrepreneurs and small businesses in the Northwoods thanks to a $1 million grant the college received from the U.S.

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For the entire month of October, a spotlight is shined on manufacturing, so to end the month, we're showcasing the industry which employs approximately 1 in 6 workers in Wisconsin.

Nicolet College broke ground this summer on a new Public Safety building that will both expand and improve training opportunities for individuals dedicated to providing protective and emergency services. 

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The Nicolet Players are returning to the stage with DEERS, a play structured as four episodes of a live sitcom. Thirteen actors from Eagle River, Hazelhurst, St. Germain, Rhinelander and Tomahawk will bring to life a cast of animals who frequent a bar in the Cascades. 

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The first graduating class of Nicolet College’s new Autism Spectrum Disorder program recently completed their studies and earned diplomas in this emerging education specialty that is in high demand across the Northwoods.

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How Rural Communities Thrive in the 21st Century will be the topic of a special TEDx event in the Nicolet College Theatre on Friday, October 1.

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