NWU welcomes new hire
A very warm, cheerful, friendly and engaging individual. These are the traits that best describe our newly-hired professional educator.

Mr. Anthony James Borrelli, a citizen of United States did not have second thoughts when he decided to make Laoag City as his new home. "I am eager to use my skills and knowledge for the mutual benefit of myself and the community in which I now live," he said.

He further added that he appreciate challenges and new opportunities and see them as a chance for personal growth, improvement and as a means to acquire better understanding of the human condition and the possibilities for bettering the lives of those with whom he come into contact.

Mr. Borrelli, a graduate in Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education and Master of Religious Education in Loyola University (New Orleans) currently teaches Philosophy, Logic and Euthenics in the university. His extensive teaching experience from 1985 to present speaks well of his competence as a teacher. As mentioned in the letter of Br. Robert J. O'Kane, fsc , Director of the Christian Brothers Community where James Borrelli once taught, "I know from experience that James is a very competent and caring teacher. I consider him to be an asset to any school where he teaches."

Mr. Elwin Pascual, his colleague at the College of Teacher Education, also describes him as proficient. “He doesn’t rely much on books, he integrates the use of modern technology in teaching. He uses his own blo