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Eastern West Virginia Community and Technical College recently announced the hiring of author Joe McGee as an English instructor and assessment facilitator.

Eastern West Virginia Community and Technical College has announced the hiring of Dr. Sarah Cross as its Director of Agriculture Innovation. Within this role, Cross will provide leadership and specialized teaching and learning, introduce agricultural innovation and practices to local farmers and producers, and support partnerships dedicated to agriculture and agritourism.

In keeping up with the desire to bring the best and brightest to campus, Eastern West Virginia Community and Technical College has announced the hiring of three new employees: Charles "Chip" Bolyard as the Director of Institutional and Student Advancement, Nikki Chandler as a math instructor and Debi Layton as the TANF Instructional Specialist.

Bringing farm-to-table to the hilltops of West Virginia, the Eastern West Virginia Community and Technical College (EWVCTC) Foundation will host its annual Mountain Top Dinner fundraiser event Saturday, September 7th beginning at 5 p.m.

Featuring Marion Ohlinger, a twelfth-generation West Virginian and chef-owner of Morgantown's Hill & Hollow restaurant, the Mountain Top Dinner will include a sampling of products from regional producers and showcase the best farm-to-table offerings in the area

Earlier this year, a tweet by journalist Yashar Ali went viral. Ali, recently named as one of Time's 25 Most Influential People on the Internet, tweeted how no one should be embarrassed for attending community colleges and called them the backbone of the secondary education system. He then challenged Twitter users to share where they went to community college and what they are currently doing.

Eastern WV Community and Technical College is proud to announce the Eastern Biochar Summit. This summit brings together biochar experts to identify opportunities to increase biochar commercialization and infuse biochar in green infrastructure projects as well as in wood and poultry waste.

Eastern West Virginia Community and Technical College announces it is the recipient of a wind turbine nacelle from NextEra Energy Resources, LLC. Weighing approximately 63,000 pounds, the nacelle was delivered on July 22 and houses all the generating components of a wind turbine.

Eastern West Virginia Community and Technical College invites the public to two upcoming events in hopes of creating conversation and support for the local community.

Eastern West Virginia Community & Technical College announces that it will offer courses in Agribusiness during the Fall 2019 semester. The courses will allow for students to earn an Associate in Applied Science in Business Management with an emphasis in Agribusiness.

Eastern West Virginia Community & Technical College will begin distribution of applications to its 2020-2022 Nursing Program Cohort November 4, 2019. All applications and supporting documentation must be submitted February 3, 2020 at 4:30 PM.