Greenbrier County Schools hosts advisory council

Greenbrier West High School ProStart Culinary Arts students master the art of catering during the WVCEEC meeting: Shayla Boggess (left), Kaley Vestal, Kayla Starcher, Chef Chris Foley, Quwohn Hopkins, Grace Johnson, Gabbi Krystynak, Kirstin Belcher and Logan Foley.

Greenbrier West High School ProStart Culinary Arts students master the art of catering during the WVCEEC meeting: Shayla Boggess (left), Kaley Vestal, Kayla Starcher, Chef Chris Foley, Quwohn Hopkins, Grace Johnson, Gabbi Krystynak, Kirstin Belcher and Logan Foley. John Milliman, special education director for the WV Schools for the Deaf and Blind presented More...

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By Mountain Messenger On Monday, April 4th, 2016

WVSOM professor honored as Professor of the Year finalist

A West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine professor was announced as a finalist as the Faculty Merit Foundation of West Virginia’s Professor of the Year. WVSOM clinical science Professor Jill D. Cochran, More...

By Mountain Messenger On Monday, April 4th, 2016

Mentonis named to Dean’s List

Maxwell W. Mentonis of Lewisburg has been named to the Fairfield University Dean’s List Honors for the Fall 2015 semester. In order to be placed on the Dean’s List, students must have completed a minimum of More...

By Mountain Messenger On Monday, April 4th, 2016

New River CTC offering Excel, Residential wiring classes

New River Community and Technical College will offer Residential Wiring and Beginning Excel community and workforce education classes at Greenbrier Valley Campus in April. Beginning Excel will be held from 5:30-7:30 More...

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By Mountain Messenger On Monday, April 4th, 2016

DSLCC President awarded 2016 INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine Giving Back Award

Dr. John Rainone, president of Dabney S. Lancaster Community College, is a recipient of a 2016 Giving Back Award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine, the largest and oldest diversity and inclusion publication in More...

By Mountain Messenger On Monday, April 4th, 2016

GSC schedules off-campus Natural Resource Exploration Day in Marlinton

Faculty in Glenville State College’s Land Resources Department and staff in the Office of Admissions invite prospective students to attend an event to learn more about Natural Resource Management programs offered More...

By Mountain Messenger On Monday, April 4th, 2016

Almarez to teach photo editing course at DSLCC

“Beginning Photo Editing,” a four-night course being offered by the Dabney S. Lancaster Community College non-credit program, will be held Tuesday evenings, Apr. 5, 12, 19 and 26, from 6-9 p.m. in Room 504, More...

Michael Bryant (left) of Buchanan, program head of the Welding Technology Program at Dabney S. Lancaster Community College, was recognized as DSLCC’s “Educator of the Year” at an awards ceremony held during the Alleghany Highlands Chamber of Commerce’s annual meeting at the Omni Homestead Resort in Hot Springs. Bryant, who has been with the College for 17 years, is a Certified Welding Inspector with the American Welding Society. He has served as a coordinator for the regional SkillsUSA welding competition on multiple occasions and has judged at the regional and state levels. Before joining the staff at DSLCC, he was owner-operator of Earle S. Bryant Welding Service in Troutville. He serves on the Welding Advisory Committees for both Jackson River Technical Center in Alleghany County and Botetourt Technical Educational Center in Botetourt County.  Bryant, seen here helping student Amearie Kagulire with a welding assignment, is an active member of Zion Hill Baptist Church where he serves as a deacon and adult teacher. For more information about the DSLCC welding program, contact Bryant at 540-863-2895 or mbryant@dslcc.edu.
By Mountain Messenger On Monday, March 28th, 2016

Bryant named DSLCC Teacher of the Year

Michael Bryant (left) of Buchanan, program head of the Welding Technology Program at Dabney S. Lancaster Community College, was recognized as DSLCC’s “Educator of the Year” at an awards ceremony held during More...

By Mountain Messenger On Monday, March 28th, 2016

Registration begins for summer classes at New River CTC

Students can now register for summer classes at New River Community and Technical College. Registration began on Monday, Mar. 21. The college will host five-week and 10-week summer sessions from May 23 through July More...

New River Community and Technical College President Dr. L. Marshall Washington congratulates Professor Dr. Shirley Davis, 2016 College/University Mathematics Teacher of the Year.
By Mountain Messenger On Monday, March 28th, 2016

New River CTC professor named 2016 Mathematics Teacher of the Year

New River Community and Technical College President Dr. L. Marshall Washington congratulates Professor Dr. Shirley Davis, 2016 College/University Mathematics Teacher of the Year. New River Community and Technical More...