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Love plans to take Hocking's Film & Video Production Program to Next Level

by Tracey A. Maine

Carrie Love is the new program manager for Hocking College's Film and Video Production program.

Penwell is AWS Educate's Cloud Ambassador for August

by Tracey A. Maine

Hocking College's Tasha Penwell has been highlighted as Amazon Web Services Educate's Cloud Ambassador of the Month.

Aljabr ready to get Hocking's Advanced Manufacturing Classes Rolling

by Tracey A. Maine

Baqer Aljabr is Hocking College’s Program Manager for the new Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering Technologies degree program.

Temple to retire from Hocking College NR Law Enforcement program

by Matt Berry

NELSONVILLE, OHIO—When Ken Temple attended Hocking College, the campus was a little different.

Hocking College slowly begins to reopen Nelsonville, branch campuses

by Matt Berry

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NELSONVILLE, OHIO—As workers across Ohio return to their places of business, some of Hocking College's staff and faculty began returning to campus on Wednesday, May 6.

Take a Virtual Trip to the Woods to Keep Yourself and Trees Healthy

by Matt Berry

The ninth year of the Vinton Furnace State Forest’s A Day in the Woods program will be a little different.

Chef Enzo awarded for work with culinary arts students, industry

by Matt Berry

NELSONVILLE, Ohio—Growing up in his father's restaurants in Germany, a career in culinary arts was a pretty much a foregone conclusion for Chef Enzo Sclama.

Retired Hocking College Professor Publishes First Novel

by Matt Berry

Bonnie Proudfoot's first novel took a while to write.

Hocking College Welcomes New Agroecology Program Manager, Sasha Sigetic

by Tim Brunicardi

Hocking College recently welcomed the new Agroecology Program Manager, Sasha Sigetic.

Stubbornness & Persistence Takes Student from Farmer to Computer Science Major

by Tim Brunicardi

When Southern Ohio native Andrea Chatfield moved to Athens in 2012, her ambition was to become an organic farmer. Then, three years later, an unexpected shoulder injury led her to a pivotal crossroads moment in her life.

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