Nichols Men’s Basketball Coach Scott Faucher’s Dance Moves Catch Media Attention

(Worcester) Telegram & Gazette‘s sports columnist Jennifer Toland interviews Nichols College’s very own “Dancing King,” Men’s Basketball Head Coach Scott Faucher, whose post-victory moves last Saturday in New Jersey were featured on “ABC World News Tonight with David Muir.” Read the March 5, 2019 Telegram & Gazette article: “Jennifer Toland’s College Notes: Scott Faucher, Men’s Basketball […]

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 During Women’s History Month, Nichols College Institute for Women’s Leadership Exhibit Sends Powerful Message

By LORRAINE U. MARTINELLE DUDLEY, Mass.—In honor of Women’s History Month in March, the Institute for Women’s Leadership (IWL) at Nichols College presents “Don’t Table It — Talk About It,” a powerful photographic installation featuring women and men of the Nichols community. The portraits will be on display across campus through March 31 in the academic building, […]

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 Another Successful Nichols Career and Internship Fair in the Books

DUDLEY—Over 70 companies and organizations—from TJX Co. to The Kraft Group (New England Patriots)—attended Nichols College’s annual Career and Internship Fair Feb. 19 to recruit for full-time, part-time, internship and graduate school opportunities. This event brought over 350 participants, including students, alumni, and members of the local community. “The energy in the room was indescribable,” […]

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 Statement Regarding Thunder, Nichols College’s Bison Statue

From Nichols College Dean of Students P.J. Boggio: “Thunder, the Bison statue on the sidewalk outside of Fels [Student Center at the corner of Center and Healey roads] is no longer standing at his post. [Monday morning, Feb. 4, 2019], following a careful inspection we determined that the extent of the damage done to Thunder […]

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 Worcester News Tonight TV News Features Prof. Erika C. Smith on Federal Government Shutdown

Worcester News Tonight Channel 3 TV News featured Heard on The Hill‘s interview with Political Science Professor Erika Cornelius Smith, Ph.D., Jan. 14, discussing the federal government shutdown. The footage was shot by Director of Public Relations and Social Media Lorraine U. Martinelle. (Start at the 3:52 marker.)

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 ‘Spark Joy’ and Get Tidy: Clutter Control Expert Mary Carlomagno to Keynote Nichols College’s Empowering Women in Business Conference

Like the Netflix Show ‘Tidying Up with Marie Kondo’? You’ll love Mary Carlomagno!   By LORRAINE U. MARTINELLE DUDLEY, Mass.—Got clutter? Well, it’s a new year; time for a fresh start. Stop watching Marie Kondo’s hit Netflix series “Tidying Up with Marie Kondo” and come learn—in person—at Nichols College from another queen of clean the […]

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 WBJ Presents Nichols with 2019 BOB Award for ‘Best College for Business Education’

Worcester Business Journal held its annual Best of Business Awards ceremony Jan. 23, 2019, at Beechwood Hotel in Worcester. WBJ readers again chosen Nichols College as the Best College for Business Education. Accepting the award on behalf of the College was Nichols Graduate & Professional Studies Executive Director Kerry Calnan. Submitted by: Lorraine U. Martinelle, […]

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 Worcester Business Journal Readers Say Nichols is the ‘Best College for Business Education’

By LORRAINE U. MARTINELLE Readers of the central Massachusetts region’s definitive source for business news, Worcester Business Journal (WBJ), have again chosen Nichols College as the “Best College for Business Education” in the newspaper’s 6th annual Best of Business Awards. Worcester Business Journal attracts a readership audience of business decision-makers who are managing businesses large and small. More […]

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 Nichols Students Spread Holiday Cheer, Bison Give Back to Local Community

By HOPE RUDZINSKI  DUDLEY, Mass.—Christmas for children here who are less fortunate can leave a hole in little hearts. But with the help of Nichols College community members, that void was filled—at least a little.   The Nichols College Men of Distinction (MOD) helped to raise awareness across campus for YOU Inc.’s annual Adopt-A-Child program. The […]

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 In Hosting High School DECA Students, Nichols Helps Future Business Leaders Emerge

By LORRAINE U. MARTINELLE DUDLEY, Mass.—Seventy budding business leaders and entrepreneurs from local high schools recently honed their pitching and presentation skills before a “DECA Day” judging panel of faculty and staff at Nichols College, a college of choice for business and leadership education. For the past three years, students from DECA programs at Bartlett […]

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