Glacier Expert Mauri Pelto Interviewed About Government Shutdown’s Impact on National Parks

By LORRAINE U. MARTINELLE News blog GlacierHub interviewed Nichols College Environmental Science Professor and Academic Vice President Mauri Pelto, Ph.D., and director of the North Cascades Glacier Climate Project, about how the federal government shutdown impacts the national parks. The story is headlined: “Roundup: Government Shutdown Impacts National Parks.” Dr. Pelto, who also works with NASA Goddard and the […]

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 Worcester Business Journal Highlights Nichols-Worcester State Counterterrorism Studies Program Partnership

By LORRAINE U. MARTINELLE The Nichols College-Worcester State University counterterrorism studies partnership is featured in a Dec. 24, 2018, Worcester Business Journal (WBJ) article about college partnerships. The story – headlined: “Focus on Money: Colleges Will Offer More Value for Students While Looking to Generate More Revenue” – includes a photo of Master of Science in Counterterrorism Studies […]

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 At Conference, Nichols Student Historians Share Research on Media and Politics

By LORRAINE U. MARTINELLE The Nichols College History Department and Fischer Institute are sponsoring the first Media and Politics in America Conference Tuesday, Dec. 4, and Thursday, Dec. 5, featuring presentations in Fels Student Center, Room 210, by Nichols students in History Program Chair and Professor Michael Neagle‘s History 480W seminar. Three students each day […]

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 Webster Times: Nichols Explores How the Web Watches Us

Nichols in the News  Editor’s Note: The following article appeared in the Nov. 9, 2018, edition of The Webster Times.  By GUS STEEVES STONEBRIDGE CORRESPONDENT When you look into your iPhone screen, who or what is looking back at you? That was the general question behind last week’s “iPhone or iSpy” forum at Nichols College, where […]

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 Media Seek Nichols Counterterrorism Expert’s Perspective on Columbia Gas Explosions

DUDLEY, Mass.—Counterterrorism expert Professor Allison McDowell-Smith, Ph.D., director of Nichols College’s Counterterrorism Studies graduate program, was interviewed by media outlets for her take on the Sept. 13, 2018, Columbia Gas explosions and fires in the Merrimack Valley communities of Andover, North Andover, and Lawrence, Mass. The Master of Science in Counterterrorism Studies is the first graduate program […]

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 ‘17’: CBS Sports Features Nichols College Football Students from Parkland

By LORRAINE U. MARTINELLE DUDLEY, Mass.—Tyler Goodman ‘22, Nichols College first-year football student-athlete from Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., was featured during the Sunday, Sept. 16, 2018, CBS pre-game show The NFL Today. Goodman’s story was nationally broadcast before the game between the Miami Dolphins and New York Jets. On Feb. 14, 2018, 17 […]

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 WBZ NewsRadio Show Comes to Nichols Oct. 29 for ‘Talk the Vote’ Election Conversation

By LORRAINE U. MARTINELLE Mid-term election season is heating up on Beacon Hill, Capitol Hill, and also on … Dudley Hill! Wait: Where? You read that right, Bison! The 2018 general election is Tuesday, Nov. 6, and WBZ NewsRadio Boston is bringing the issues and politicians to campus Monday, Oct. 29, with its live-on-the-radio Talk […]

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 Nichols Named ‘Best College for Business Education’

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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 5th annual Best of Business Awards, announced Jan. 8, 2018, in the biweekly newspaper. Nichols garnered 77 percent more votes than the second-place college, out of nearly […]

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 Boston Business Journal Publishes President Engelkemeyer Column

Boston Business Journal recently published an opinion column by Nichols College President Susan West Engelkemeyer, Ph.D., about higher education branding: “Where Have You Gone, Don Draper: Our Colleges Turn Their Lonely Eyes to You.” Be sure to check out the President’s blog, Direct Connections from The Hill.

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