An update on construction and personnel headlined the Friday meeting for the board of trustees at Northwest State Community College. The board toured the work that is going-on in the ‘E’ building, which is progressing on-schedule, and on-budget. This addition is part of the new advanced manufacturing training center, which will allow Northwest State to establish new programs in programmable logic controllers and robotics. It will also house the expanded industrial automation program, for a region that will required more skilled manufacturing employees in the years ahead.
Officers were elected for 2014, with Joe O’Neil of Defiance being selected president of the Northwest State Community college board of Trustees. Sue Duerk of Paulding is Vice President, and Paul Siebenmorgan of Fulton County is Secretary.
In personnel action, Amanda Potts was promoted to admissions recruiter; and Bradley Geer and Michael Kwiatkowski were approved as instructors in Math, Science, and Engineering