Congratulations to Elibet Chase, Director of NHTI's Academic Advising Center, who was selected from hundreds of entries as one of radio station WZID's 20 Outstanding New Hampshire Women late last month. Elibet and the other honorees will be feted at a congratulatory luncheon at Fratellos restaurant in Manchester on Friday February 6, and will receive their official awards at WZID's Annual Women's Expo on March 7.
Elibet will also be a featured guest on WZID's NH in the Morning Show with Neal & Tracy sometime in the coming weeks. Keep your ears peeled!
Way to go, Elibet! We always knew you were outstanding.
Boy + Bear = Bucks!
NHTI Visual Arts major Dan Tavis (Dunbarton) recently won a $100 scholarship, plus a $15 gift certificate, by submitting a sample of his artwork to a contest sponsored by Jerry's Artarama.
Dan's winning submission.
Dan writes, "Most of my paintings are straight out of my imagination. Many of the scenarios I create involve fearless characters, oblivious towards the overwhelming odds stacked against them; making the viewer think, 'What's going to happen next?' I love illustrating stories built around unusual friendships, an example being the Bear and the Boy. The bear could easily eat the boy for a lunch time snack but instead, he'd much rather sit with the roaming traveler over a cup of tea."
Feb 6, 2015
Campus Safety Information
The following incidents occurred on NHTI property during the week of January 26 - February 1, 2015. 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 One Institute Drive.
Building Alarms: 1
Lock/Key Issues: 8
Lost and Found: 16
Motor Vehicle Lockout/Jumpstarts: 5
NHTI Campus Policy: 2
Suspicious Person: 1
Tickets and Warnings Issued: 32
Outside Vendor Assists: 9
(Cable/Phone Company, etc.)
As a reminder to the campus community, during the winter months if you need to leave your vehicle on campus overnight or over the weekend, please contact the Campus Safety Department at 224-3287 so that we may direct you on where to park. Residence Hall students should note signs in the doorways and listen to announcements on where and 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.