Campus Comments - Page 2

Share With Your Friends

PTK Elects New Officers

The Alpha Upsilon Omicron Chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society is pleased to announce our 2014-15 Executive Board.

  • President - Zhangxi (Jesse) Feng
  • Vice-President - Bill Kitchens
  • Secretary - Oussama Elhor
  • Treasurer - Hunter Ruddock
  • Historian - Tanya Tisdale
  • Membership Coordinator - Jessica Ellis

Billy Kitchens, Tanya Tisdale, Oussama Elhor, Zhangxi (Jesse) Feng

From left: Bill Kitchens, Tanya Tisdale, Oussama Elhor and Zhangxi (Jesse) Feng

Ali SekouWe also have a member representing us at the Regional Level.  Ali Sekou (right) was recently elected Northern Vice President for New England Phi Theta Kappa.  If you know any of these students, please congratulate them on their accomplishments.

Lunch & Learn: Stress Management


RN-BSN Education Fair

Monday, April 28, 12-2 pm
Grappone Lobby

Learn how you can continue your nursing education to pursue a bachleor's degree.  All freshman and senior nursing students are encouraged to attend.  Colleges represented will include:

  • Franklin Pierce University
  • Granite State College
  • Keene State College
  • Plymouth State University
  • Rivier University
  • Saint Anselm College
  • Southern New Hampshire University
  • Walden University

 

term paper relief

 

CAB Spring Comedy Show!

Stephen Lynch Poster

Tickets now on sale at
http://nhtiquery.nhti.edu/StudentLife/

 

Math Team Does It By the Numbers

The results for the NHTI Math Team’s 2013-14 Student Math League (SML) season are in!

In the first round, the team placed 5th in the Northeast  Region (out of 18 teams), with a team score of 79 points.  Top scorers for the meet were:  Garrett Bryant (20.5 points), Aaron Ashbaugh (15.5 points) and Garrett Longtin (13 points).  Garrett Bryant’s 20.5 points placed him first in the Northeast Region out of 175 students, and Aaron’s 15.5 points placed him 11th.  Dan Morel, Richey Bittle, Patrick Shields, Nick Arsenault and Christian Rainey also competed 

The team found the second round to be a bit more difficult.  The team tied for 11th place in the region with a score of 60.5.  Top scorers for the second meet were:  Christian Rainey (17 points), Garrett Bryant (14.5 points), Garrett Longtin (11 points),  and John Curl-Larson (10.5 points).  Dan Morel and Richey Bittle also competed.

Combined with the results of the first meet, NHTI’s Math Team placed 10th in region for the year.  With a  combined score of 35 points, Garrett Bryant set a new individual points record for NHTI, placing 8th overall in the region.  As the top scorer of the year, he was awarded a check for $100 from the New England Mathematical Association of Two Year Colleges.

 

Devaney Catches Your Eye!

Thomas Devaney Eye Art

NHTI Visual Arts professor Thomas Devaney will be showing some of his latest creations at his studio, T. Devaney Fine Art, 3 Pleasant Street in Concord, on Saturday April 26 from 6 - 8:30 pm.  Join him for refreshments and a demonstration of 3D video mapping!  http://tdevaney.com

 

Win $10 from Student Senate!

Student Senate wants to hear your suggestions about campus!

Find the suggestion boxes located in Sweeney Hall (in the rotunda by the ATM and upstairs by SC234) and the bookstore entrance in the Library.

Write your suggestion down along with your student ID#, and you will be entered to win $10 in flex cash!

 

April 18, 2014

Also In This Issue ...

NHTI Cuts Tuition
Awards Day 2014
Vote Sycamore Garden

Math Team
Lunch & Learn
RN-BSN Ed Fair
Devaney Catches Your Eye

CFDC Stroll
Golf Tourney
One-Act Plays
Adv Mfg Career Night
Stress Relievers
WorkReady Workshops
Planetarium: Nano Days!

Awards Day: Complete List of Winners

Scholarships
Club Events/Fundraisers

Capitol Center
Red River Theatres

 

Campus Safety Information

The following incidents occurred on NHTI property during the week of April 7-13, 2014.  The numbers reflect only the incidents the Safety Department handled directly. To view the NHTI crime log of the past 60 days reported incidents please visit the Campus Safety office at 1 Institute Drive.

Alcohol/Drug:  1
Assault:  1
Fire Alarm:  1
Lock/Key Issues:  7
Lost and Found:  15
Medical:  2
Motor Vehicle Lockout/Jumpstarts:  2
Tickets Issued:  9
Outside Vendor Assists:  9
(Cable/Phone Company, etc.)

 

Campus Safety Information Corner

Did you know that all of the nine NHTI Code Blue Units contact the NHTI Campus Safety Department directly, and can be used for a variety of reasons?

• Motor Vehicle Lockouts &
  Jumpstarts
• Escorts
• Directions to locations on
  campus
• Report a suspicious person
  or activity
• Call for Help