NJC’s Volunteer Faculty 2017

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This word picture shows the last names of faculty who volunteered their time (1,534 hours!) to teach for the NJC in 2017. The picture shows only those who taught five or more hours in 2017 (106 individuals). The bigger the name, the more hours taught. This picture does not reflect the additional 72 individuals who taught four hours or less. These men and women are invaluable to the College; please thank them at every opportunity.

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