Wednesday October 7th, 2015 11:48AM

Hogan joins full-time NGTC faculty; Morris moves to Currahee campus

By Ken Stanford Reporter
CLARKESVILLE - After teaching Machine Tool and Computer Numeric Controlled (CNC) Technology as an adjunct for several years, Derrick Hogan has joined the North Georgia Technical College faculty as a full-time instructor. <br /> <br /> The need for an additional full-time faculty member in the department comes as a direct result of increased demand from local industry for more program graduates.<br /> <br /> Meantime, with the recent move of MGTC's Practical Nursing program to the Currahee Campus, Nancy Morris, who has been on the Clarkesville campus for all of her nine years at NGTC, is now calling the Currahee Campus home.
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