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Contact Information:

Contact: Rod Reedy, Student Activities Coodinator
Office: Martin Hall Room 121 (inside the T.J. Anderson Student Lounge)
Phone: (540) 674-3600, ext 4358
Fax: (540) 674-3644
E-mail: rreedy@nr.edu

Mailing Address:

Student Activities Office
5251 College Drive
Dublin, VA 24084

Hours:

Dublin Campus
5251 College Drive
Monday - Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

NRV Mall site, Christiansburg
400 New River Road
Friday 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

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Upcoming Events

NRCC Student Activities Announcements May 1 - May 7


Monday, May 1

• Graduation Practice – 11:00 am, Edwards 117, or 5:30 pm, Edwards 117 (All students completing a program of study and planning to participate in Graduation on May 12 should plan to attend one of the three scheduled Graduation practices.)
• Student IDs will be made in the Student Activities Office, Martin Hall on the Dublin 9:00 am - 4:00 pm. All students are asked to have an ID made for the 2016/2017 academic year.
Tuesday, May 2
• Graduation Practice – 2:00 pm, Edwards 117 (All students completing a program of study and planning to participate in Graduation on May 12 should plan to attend one of the three scheduled Graduation practices.)
• PHI BETA LAMBDA (PBL) – Will meet at 11:00 am in Godbey Room 160 on the Dublin campus and Room 135 at the mall site. (This will be an audio/visual meeting using Blackboard Collaborate between the two sites and online students.)
• United States Air Force – Will host an information table in the Student Lounge (Dublin) 10:00 am – 2:00 pm to discuss enlistment opportunities.
• Student IDs will be made in the Student Activities Office, Martin Hall on the Dublin 9:00 am - 4:00 pm. All students are asked to have an ID made for the 2016/2017 academic year.
Wednesday, May 3
• NRCC Computer Club – Will meet in Room 127 (Mall Site) at 10:00 am.
• Student IDs will be made at the Mall Site Campus, Christiansburg, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm. All students are asked to have an ID made for the 2016/2017 academic year.
Thursday, May 4
• Student IDs will be made in the Student Activities Office, Martin Hall on the Dublin 9:00 am - 4:00 pm. All students are asked to have an ID made for the 2016/2017 academic year.
Friday, May 5
• Student IDs will be made in the Student Activities Office, Martin Hall on the Dublin 9:00 am - 4:00 pm. All students are asked to have an ID made for the 2016/2017 academic year.
• Enjoy Your Weekend


Saturday, May 6
• NRCC Baseball – Travels to Hickory, NC to take on Catawba Valley Community College at 12:00 noon. Go Muskies!
• NRCC Clubs/Organizations/Teams Picnic – 4:00 pm, Bisset Park, Radford, Va. This event is sponsored by PTK/Student Activities and open to all NRCC students, however a special invitation is extended to all NRCC student membership of 2016/17 clubs/organizations/teams at NRCC. Pizza will be provided and attendees should bring a beverage (non-alcohol) and snacks to share.
Sunday, May 7
• NRCC Baseball Travels to Hickory, NC to take on Catawba Valley Community College at 1:00 pm. Go Muskies!


Upcoming Events
May 5 – Last Day of Class (Spring Semester)
May 8 – Exams Begin
May 11 – Last Day of Exams
May 12 - Graduation






NRCC Students – Job Opportunities

Engineering Assistant
Blacksburg, VA
105
Luna – Engineering Assistant

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Description
Job Summary
Composites engineering position supporting research and development in the area of polymer synthesis and composite production. The position will involve hands-on composite fabrication and physical testing using new or established methodologies. Practical experience with the fabrication of thermoset-matrix composite materials is a requirement. The candidate will contribute to ongoing and future projects by assisting new materials development and experimental design / execution.
Duties and Major Responsibilities:
• Designs and performs experiments within a lab setting including physical and analytical testing
• Acquires necessary equipment and supplies for ongoing research
• Executes directed literature searches
• Maintain and operates laboratory equipment
• Summarizes and interprets raw data
• Writes clear, concise and timely technical reports to document significant results
• Keeps complete notebook of work performed
• Develops new methodology as necessary under direct supervision
• Demonstrates and promotes safety
• Utilizes current technology to accomplish tasks on projects and to solve routine technical problems

Minimum Requirements

Bachelor’s degree in Materials Science, Aerospace Engineering, or similar with at least 2 years’ experience with composite fabrication and testing; or Associates degree with >5 years hands on composite fabrication will be considered.

Due to government contracting regulations, U.S. Citizenship or Green Card holder is a firm requirement. Applicants requiring sponsorship are not eligible to apply and will not be considered.

Luna offers competitive benefits package including family oriented comprehensive Medical, Dental, Vision plans, company paid life insurance, company paid short term disability, company paid long term disability, Flexible spending accounts, HSA , Teladoc, health Advocate services to name a few.