Christina Howell of NVC emphasizes community at community college
Christina Howell had just a little bit of time under “normal” conditions at Napa Valley College before the coronavirus pandemic forced her — and the campus as a whole — to pivot to online instruction.
Napa Valley College (NVC) Performing Arts will present a season of in-person performances this spring including “Musicals Go To the Movies,” “Romeo and Juliet,” ¡Viva Mariachi!, as well as college chorale and jazz ensemble concerts.
Napa Valley College announces the return of ¡Viva Mariachi! on Saturday, April 9, 2022. The festival will feature two concerts, an afternoon matinee and an evening performance, both celebrating the rich heritage and cultural traditions of Mexico through Mariachi music.
We are deeply saddened by the events taking place in Ukraine. Today, I received the email below from the Chancellor and I wholeheartedly agree with and support his statement on the need to support democratic movements in our world and stand strongly against tyranny and oppression.
How does a young Latina woman make the journey from young Mexican immigrant to high school graduate, to community college graduate, to college dropout to holder of bachelor’s and master’s degrees, to parent, working professional and mayor of a California city of 63,000 people? The answer, according to Mayra Vega: Hard work, giving back and asking for mentorship.
Napa Valley College has announced that nominations are open for the 2021-2022 McPherson Distinguished Teaching Awards, which recognize and reward excellence in teaching and service to students. The annual awards honor faculty members who have made outstanding contributions to the education of Napa Valley College students through classroom instruction and other activities that promote student learning.