NWC in the news

Lifelong Learning

The N'West Iowa Review interviewed Erica Vonk, director of Northwestern's Center for Innovation and Leadership, about the college's new micro-credentials program. (10/21/2021)


Double Duty

KCAU TV profiled Jaden Snyder, who serves as both a punter and safety on the Northwestern Red Raiders football team. (10/18/2021)


Social Work Transfer Agreement

The N'West Iowa Review talked to Donna Van Peursem, associate professor of social work at Northwestern College, about a joint agreement with Northwest Iowa Community College that smooths the transition for NCC students looking to pursue a bachelor's degree in social work. (10/12/2021)


Progress Report

KLEM Radio interviewed President Greg Christy about new and renovated facilities at Northwestern, as well as the college's record enrollment and the achievements of its students. (9/22/2021)


Vogel Welcome Center

The dedication of Northwestern's Vogel Welcome Center on Sept. 17 was covered by the Sioux City Journal, which interviewed Frank Vogel, the lead donor for the new facility. (9/17/2021)


Expert Advice

Advice from Dr. Fan Fei, assistant professor of business, was featured on the MoneyGeek website regarding whether it's best to bundle auto and home insurance and how to search for the best auto insurance coverage. (9/3/2021)


Online Interpreting Programs

The N'West Iowa Review interviewed Professor Piet Koene about Northwestern's decision to offer legal and medical interpreting certificate programs online. (8/24/2021)


Football Pipeline

The Sioux City Journal covered the connection between Northwestern College and West Lyon High School, where the Raiders head coach Matt McCarty played football back in the late 1990s. (5/8/2021)


Brotherly Bond

Among the sets of brothers playing on the Northwestern College football team are Brett, Cade and Cody Moser. KTIV TV introduced the trio to their viewers. (5/8/2021)


Reason to Celebrate

KTIV TV interviewed President Greg Christy about the special meaning of this year's graduation ceremonies. (5/8/2021)


Dual Degrees

A mother and daughter shared the graduation stage during Northwestern's commencement on May 8: Kelli Bosch was awarded a Master of Education degree, and Emily Bosch, a bachelor's degree in accounting, business education, and secondary education. KTIV TV and the Sioux City Journal shared how the two were able to help each other achieve their goals. (5/8/2021)


Like Father, Like Son

Jay and Trevor Rozeboom both played in a national championship game for the Red Raider football team. The Sioux City Journal talked to the father-and-son duo about their family legacy. (5/7/2021)


The Intersection of Art and Science

The Sioux City Journal profiled Northwestern senior Ali Almail, who used his talents and knowledge of art and science to create an artwork titled "The Genetic Composition of Christ," based on the famous painting by El Greco. (3/28/2021)


Progress at NWC

The Progress Edition of the Sioux City Journal included a story about new programs and construction at Northwestern College, including master's degrees in physician assistant studies and athletic training, an undergraduate major in software engineering, and the addition of the Vogel Welcome Center. (3/14/2021)


Pulitzer Play

The Sioux City Journal interviewed Dr. Robert Hubbard, Northwestern theatre professor, about his department's production of "Sweat," Lynn Nottage's Pulitzer Prize-winning play about race and class. (2/18/2021)


NEXT Steps

KCAU TV talked to students, faculty and staff involved in the Northwestern NEXT program, which provides a two-year college experience for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities. (2/5/2021)


Standout Accounting Program

The N'West Iowa Review talked with Vonda Post, a professor of accounting at Northwestern, about the factors that make the college's accounting program rank so highly in the nation. (2/4/2021)


Imaginative Puppetry

The N'West Iowa Review interviewed Northwestern theatre professor Ethan Koerner about "Jabberwocky," his children's play presented with puppetry that is one of 12 invited productions being featured at a regional theatre festival. (1/16/2021)


Faith in Action

Students in Northwestern's physician assistant graduate program took a break from finals to write Christmas cards to prison inmates. The N'West Iowa Review talked to Megan Stahl about the class project. (12/19/2020)


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