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Wings of Knowledge presents:
Lynda Simmons
"The Duchess of Bedford"

tea cupLynda Simmons, "The Duchess of Bedford," is a certified Tea Master, having studied her craft with the Lady Dawnya Sasse and other masters through the World Tea Organization. 

Her "Warm and Wonderful" presentation will cover the history of tea, hospitality, health, and how to brew the perfect "cuppa," as well as cooking with tea.  Learn more about the Duchess at

All Wings of Knowledge events are free and open to the public.




Is your financial aid in place for Spring Registration?  If you’re not sure, view your account on the Student Information System (SIS). If you have questions, visit the Financial Aid Office in Sweeney 105, call 230-4013, or email

Final Information Night for Spring Break Costa Rica Trip!

Information Night
Thursday Nov 21
6:30 - 8:00 pm
Library Living Room

Explore some of the world's most beautiful and unusual plant and animal habitats from the treetops on a canopy tour, from the walking trails in the Cloud Forest, and even from the bedroom window of your lodge! NHTI's Spring Adventure in Costa Rica Program is not only a feast for your senses, it's a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in another culture and to get to know the people who work hard to conserve and protect their unique environment. It also fulfills the Biology lab requirement for NHTI's 4 credit, online Tropical Ecology and Conservation course (BI 180).

Learn more here!

United We Stand

united way logoThe 2013 CCSNH Employees’ Charitable Campaign kicks off on Friday, November 1st, and will end on Friday, November 22nd, 2013.  Faculty & staff, watch your email for your campaign package and pledge form.

Peters Wins "Friend of ACHLS" Award

On November 6, 2013, the American College of History and Legal Studies (ACHLS) presented Stacey Peters, Department Head of the Paralegal Studies and Legal Nurse Consultant programs at NHTI, with the “Friend of the American College of History and Legal Studies” Award.  The award is given to people within the community who have greatly promoted the college’s mission of a rigorous education in history and law, at an affordable cost, to teach students to be better thinkers and writers.

Thomas Neal, an adjunct professor of business law at Great Bay Community College, also received the award.  Dean Peter M. Malaguti and Dr. Jessica Parr of ACHLS conferred the awards. 

Stacey Peters

L to R:  Prof. Stacey Peters (NHTI),
Dr. Jessica Parr, Dean Peter M. Malaguti,
Prof. Thomas Neal (GBCC).

Professor Peters, a graduate of both Rivier College and Alfred University, accepted her award after an introduction from her former student and current ACHLS student, Noreen Cowdrey.  

“The ACHLS is a great opportunity for my students," Peters said. “And I look forward to seeing some of my former students take advantage of this affordable educational opportunity and early admission to law school program."

For more information about the American College of History and Legal Studies visit

Spring Registration Begins
November 18!

Check out the Spring course schedule here!

Senate Senior Awards

Are you graduating this spring? Student Senate is awarding two graduating seniors $1000 each to use for their spring semester expenses! Apply by Monday, December 9th!

Applications are available in the Student Senate office in the Student Center, room SC233. Stop by and grab an application today! For more information, please email Marty Hunt.

16th Annual Time for Tellebration!

NH Storytellers Guild logoSaturday Nov 23, 7:30 - 9:00 pm, Library Living Room. Sponsored by the NH Storytelling Guild, this event features amazing local artists whose stories will fill you with a sense of wonder.  This year's storytellers:

  • Lauretta Phillips
    (“My Gal Sal Learns To Drive”)
  • Sue McPhee (“The River”)
  • Shelley Hersey (“Wiley and the Hairy Man”)
  • Ruth Niven (“Fishing For the Moon”)
  • Mark Chamberlain
    (“The Acknowledging Smile”)
  • Angela Klingler (“The Shining Lodge”)
  • Andy Davis (“Private Garage”)

Free and open to the public.  Donations (cash or canned goods) for the Friendly Kitchen will be accepted.  For more information contact George Radcliffe, 746-2824.