WVNCC | West Virginia Northern Community College



WVNCC | West Virginia Northern Community College

DIVISION OF BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGIES

Mission statement for Business and Technologies

The Business and Technologies is composed of faculty members in the disciplines of Business Studies, Computer Studies, Culinary Arts and Hospitality, Paralegal studies and Industrial Maintenance and Refrigeration. Our mission is to provide students with a quality Technical education to meet the highly competitive specialized skills needed for job placement in our degree areas. The faculty works cooperatively with other College personnel and members of the community through advisory committees to develop, implement, improve and assess each technical area.

Programs of Study

Business Administration

Transfer programs

 

Career Technical Education Programs CP- One Year Certificate

 

Career Technical Education Programs AAS- 2 year degree program

 

Computer Information Technology

Transfer programs

 

Career Technical Education Programs CP- One Year

 

Career Technical Education Programs AAS- 2 year degree program

 

Culinary Arts

CP- One Year Certificate 

AAS- 2 year degree program

 

Refrigeration, Air Conditioning and Heating

CP- One Year Certificate

AAS- 2 year degree program

DIVISION OF BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGIES
GRUBOR, MARIAN, Division Chair, Business, Professor, Program Director, Culinary Arts; Certified Culinary Educator, American Culinary Federation; B.A., West Liberty University; M.A., West Virginia University; Further Study: West Virginia University.

EVANS, GENE, Assistant Professor, C.E.C., Culinary Arts; A.S., St. Louis Community College; B.B.A., Ohio University.

KEFAUVER, CHRISTIAN, Assistant Professor, C.E.C, F.M.P, Culinary Arts; A.S., West Virginia Northern Community College; B.S., Wheeling Jesuit College; M.S., West Virginia University.

REMIAS, JOSEPH M., Instructor, Appliance Repair, Industrial Maintenance Technology, and Refrigeration, Air Conditioning and Heating; Program Coordinator, Refrigeration, Heating and Air Conditioning; A.A.S., West Virginia Northern Community College.

STOFFEL, DAVID, Instructor, Computers and Information Technologies; BA., West Virginia Wesleyan College, Additional study Colorado State University.

STOKES, CHARLEEN G., Associate Professor, Business Administration; B.S., Concord College; M.A., West Virginia University; Additional Study: Marshall University.