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It's All About Access

Several NHTI IT students and faculty recently participated in the installation of a Meru AP832e wireless network access point at Goffstown High School.  Pictured above from left to right:  Adam Bouchard, Meru Networks Territory Sales Manager; NHTI students Ferris Al Kurabi, Michael Engelsen, and David Connor; NHTI Professor William Shurbert; Goffstown Support Technician Dan Craumer; Goffstown Network Technician Geoff Johnson; Goffstown Director of Technology Gary Girolimon; Goffstown Computer Technology Educator Steven Bourget; NHTI Professor Fred Lance; NHTI Sudent Jacki Johnson;  and Ken Birse, Meru Networks Systems Engineer. 

Truth-in-Photography Notice:  The Meru wireless access point which appears in the foreground, as well as the one Adam Bouchard is holding in his hand, have been Photoshopped in.

NHTI Encounters Wild Life

Nacho Hernando

CAB Secretary Colleen Fournier makes friends
with an Australian Bearded Dragon

On Wednesday January 22, exotic creatures -- including an Arctic Fox, an American Alligator, and a Rainbow Boa Constrictor -- roamed the Student Center during the aptly-named Wildlife Encounters event!

Dining Etiquette

Thursday Feb 6, 12 - 2 pm, Capital Commons

Formal Place Setting

Learn how to eat in a formal setting and receive a free lunch!  Space is limited to 25 students.  Contact Ali Ressing, 230-4045.

 


McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center logo

Past, Present & Future of Earthquakes in New England

Friday, Feb 7

Discover New England earthquake history as Geophysicist Dr. John Ebel discusses where and how often earthquakes happen in New England, where damaging earthquakes have taken place in the past and what the potential effects would be if a strong earthquake were to strike tomorrow somewhere in the region.

7pm - Tonight's Sky in the Planetarium
8pm - Our feature presentation
Dusk - Free outdoor telescope viewing with NHAS - weather permitting

Cost: $10/Adult, $9/Sr & Student, $7/Child

 

Jan 31, 2014

Also In This Issue ...

Wheelchair Basketball
Who Cares About Kelsey?
Fin Aid Hot Topics

Home Sports Schedule

Capitol Center
Red River Theatres

Campus Safety Information

The following incidents occurred on NHTI property during the week of January 20-26, 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
Escort:  4
Lock/Key Issues:  10
Lost and Found:  11
Maintenance Emergency:  1
Motor Vehicle:  1
Motor Vehicle Lockout/Jumpstarts:  8
Tickets Issued:  15
Warnings:  12
Outside Vendor Assists:  8
(Cable/Phone Company, etc.)

 

Campus Safety Information Corner

The NHTI Campus Safety Department would like to remind the campus community that during winter months, if you should choose to leave a vehicle on campus, please contact the Safety Department at 224-3287 so you can be directed on where to park.  Residence hall students should note signs in the doorways and listen to announcements on where and by when to have your vehicles moved to avoid tickets and/or towing.  If you have any questions or concerns pertaining to the NHTI parking policy please contact the NHTI Campus Safety Department at NHTICampusSafety@ccsnh.edu.