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Jul 14, 2014, 9:30am | on mohawk newsfeed
PICA Award for Mohawk Quarterly
PICA Award for Mohawk QuarterlyThe Printing Industries of the Carolinas awards Mohawk’s Quarterly Issue 02: Mastery of Materials the “Best of Category – Newsletters” award. The Mohawk Maker Quarterly Issue 02 was printed by
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Jul 7, 2014, 9:22am | on mohawk newsfeed
Pocket Notebooks from Good Nature Publishing in Seattle
Pocket Notebooks from Good Nature Publishing in Seattle Good Nature Publishing Company is a boutique design and publishing firm based in Seattle, near the Salish Sea. The company creates beautiful and educational illustrated natural history posters, featuring native plants and animals. Their work has been called “horticultural fine art” by Sunset Magazine and praised by many.
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Jun 27, 2014, 10:00am | on mohawk newsfeed
Mohawk CEO Selected to Speak at Business Council of NY Conference
Mohawk CEO Selected to Speak at Business Council of NY ConferenceWe’re pleased to announce that Mohawk Chairman & CEO, Thomas D. O’Connor, Jr., has recently been appointed to The Capital Region Economic Development Council (CREDC).  In this new role, Mr. O’Connor will work with CREDC members to advance the council’s strategies for economic growth and job creation. According to The Business Council of New York State, “New York is home to one of the nation...
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Jun 24, 2014, 9:38am | on mohawk newsfeed
QUESTAR Students visit Mohawk and present environmental research
QUESTAR Students visit Mohawk and present environmental research

Recently Mohawk hosted a group of Albany, NY area high school seniors from the Questar II STEM New Visions program at our Cohoes mill. New Visions is a Questar III program for high school seniors who plan to pursue advanced studies in science, technology, engineering or math (STEM). Each student takes the New Visions class for a half day and also attends a Physics class at neighboring RPI for college credit.

The students, accompanied by their teacher, Tammie Borland, took a tour of the Mohawk paper mill, and attended an environmental presentation by Michell...

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