Michelle Lotker

Michelle Lotker is an award-winning documentary storyteller with a passion for listening to people’s stories, learning new things and discovering the unexpected. Her background combines a stint as an environmental scientist with a Master’s degree in journalism to make her uniquely qualified to tell complex stories in accessible, engaging ways. Lotker’s work has been screened at film festivals including the International Wildlife Film Festival. She’s worked with organizations ranging from UNC-TV to the Sierra Club to local community health centers and national architecture firms to tell stories through a variety of audio and visual formats.

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Students build boats to build valuable skills in Carteret County

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Waterfront immersion: hands-on learning draws aquaculture students to Carteret Community College’s coastal campus

Carteret Community College’s Aquaculture Technology program began training students in 2000. The location of the campus on Bogue Sound in...

 

Building violins in Surry County, hub of old-time fiddle history

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What is the strategic role of community colleges in North Carolina’s economic future?

On Thursday, the Belk Center for Community College Leadership and Research at NC State University is hosting the first statewide...

 

Beyond the classroom walls: Service learning at New Hanover High

Elizabeth Felts is passionate about service learning. In 2014, when the principal of New Hanover High School raised an interest...