College innovation important to growth

Dr. William McIver

COMMENTARY BY MARILYN LUSCOMBE, PRESIDENT AND CEO OF NBCC Applied research and innovation is an essential element of the education offered at New Brunswick Community College, and is am important ingredient to growth in New Brunswick.  It enriches the learning experience for students, and also helps businesses and communities solve problems and seize opportunities. As a leader … Read more

Marketing students tackle real world research project

Ville Cooperative

FREDERICTON – When The Ville Cooperative, a community organization promoting health, sustainability and partnership, needed help with market research, it didn’t hire a marketing firm. Instead, it looked to the Business Administration: Marketing program at New Brunswick Community College (NBCC) Fredericton. The Ville recently charged the second-year marketing students with the task of determining the … Read more

NBCC students cook for community

NBCC students cook for community

At the St. Andrews Campus of New Brunswick Community College (NBCC), hospitality students have a long tradition of putting their skills to work for the greater good of the community. The students hone their skills by providing delicious meals and companionable fellowship to area senior citizens once a week. They prepare an annual lunch for … Read more

NBCC chef shows skills in Ukraine

Emmanuel Charretier

When Ukrainians want to know how to prepare seafood, they come to the experts – New Brunswickers. The culinary instructors at New Brunswick Community College (NBCC) are experts among experts. NBCC Moncton culinary instructor Emmanuel Charretier recently returned from a week in Kiev and Dnipro, Ukraine, where he showed Ukrainian chefs how to prepare lobster at … Read more

NBCC Alumnus manufactures success

Marc Albert

MONCTON – Hard work + luck = opportunity. That’s been the recipe for success for New Brunswick Community College (NBCC) alumnus Marc Albert, who built a hardware engineering empire from his Computer Engineering Technology diploma from NBCC. Albert went to work for DPL, a New Brunswick engineering firm, shortly after graduating from the Moncton Campus … Read more

NBCC alumnus creates app to improve productivity

Cameron Crain

FREDERICTON – Worried about the amount of time you spend staring at your smartphone? There’s an app for that – and it’s the brainchild of a New Brunswick Community College (NBCC) alum! Cam Crain, a 2017 graduate of the Business Administration: Management program at the Woodstock Campus and the founder of a technology startup called … Read more