Congratulations to our Broadcasting and Production Technology students who provided video footage for this story on WFMY-TV. The video was part of a student Capstone project last semester, prior to COVID-19. The station was pleased with the quality of their … Read more →
While North Carolina’s public universities have released information about the spread of COVID-19 on their campuses since the start of the fall semester, only a few of the state’s 58 community colleges have shared similar details so far.
Technical Standards for the Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Program Our program technical standards have been developed to help students understand nonacademic standards, skills, and performance requirements expected of a student in this particular curriculum. If an accommodation is necessary to … Read more →
Please see the list below for a selection of virtual opportunities to interact with the school/schools you may be interested in transferring to. Don’t see your school? Have questions about contacting a college? Email Laura Merritt at email@example.com. Click on … Read more →
With varying enrollment, active cases on campus and a commitment to continuing to provide high-quality education, Triad universities and colleges reopened this month with both online and in-person class offerings. So far, none have been shut down.
Risks of COVID-19 In order to understand the risks that you face by returning to campus, you must understand that COVID-19 is a highly infectious, life-threatening disease declared by the World Health Organization to be a global pandemic. COVID-19’s highly … Read more →
author, professor, department chair, Davis iTEC/Cyber Security Center and program coordinator – IT-Healthcare Informatics Joey recently co-authored the book Principles of Information Systems. Here she shares her experience and background. Question: How did you get involved in writing the textbook? … Read more →
Winston-Salem, N.C. – As this school year begins, all Winston-Salem Forsyth County high School students will be taking classes online for at least the first nine weeks of the semester. Through the Career and College Promise if they choose, they … Read more →