DA Students Get Recognized
Did you know last week was Dental Assisting Recognition Week? NHTI's Dental Assisting students did, and they had a luncheon to celebrate it. The dental assisting students are student members of the American Dental Assisting Association, and the luncheon was sponsored by the New Hampshire component of the association, which provided pizza.
The students also brought gifts to dental assistants in the New Hampshire dental offices where they are doing their internships, to recognize the assistants in those offices.
The NHTI Child and Family Development Center (CFDC) is proud to present "Faces of Study," a pictorial reflection showing the serious work of children in play, on display through the month of March in the Library Gallery. We invite you to come and ponder children's expressions as they work at constructing knowledge through their play.
"The child who concentrates is immensely happy."
-- Maria Montessori
Friday, March 13
Not Rated (2013) 99 mins. Can a documentary film about particle physics and the Hadron collider be dramatic, suspenseful and thrilling? You bet!
Particle Fever is an award winning film about the huge super collider located in Switzerland which follows the creation of the facility and is about colliding sub-atomic particles at an incredible speed to search for clues about the universe. A brilliant film that is both intelligible and accessible!
Admission by donation ($5 suggested); free with NHTI ID. Contact Steve Ambra, 271-6484 x4101 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mar 6, 2015