Gateway to Work
NH Governor Maggie Hassan speaks at NHTI on Thursday April 7 to launch her Gateway to Work program to help develop and expand New Hampshire’s workforce and close the opportunity gap for Granite State families.
Saturday, April 30
5:00 - 7:00 pm
Smokestack Studio, 245 North Main St, Unit M, Concord
An exhibit of works by NHTI's graduating Visual Arts Senior Majors, and other NHTI visual arts students. Refreshments will be served. Free and open to the public.
Friday, May 6
Concord Orthopaedics Audi (G 106)
The Show of Games is a public demonstration of student work done over the previous year. This includes personal projects, game jam games, team projects, and the Animation and Graphic Game Programming Senior Capstone Project. For some students, the projects they are presenting are being graded as the final in one or more course! Stage presentations will start at noon. In-person demonstrations take place afterwards in Little 230 and 231.
Answering the Call
The 1970's TV show "Emergency!" inspired a generation of impressionable youngsters to become paramedics, and may even have helped popularize the whole concept of the paramedic unit. When the show premiered in 1972, there were only 12 such units in North America; ten years late, more than half of all Americans were within ten minutes of a paramedic rescue or ambulance unit.
Last week, the NHTI Paramedic Emergency Medicine Class of 2016 gave homage to the show by having its class picture taken with a replica of the show's famous"Engine 51". The engine was lovingly recreated by Ron Morin, a paramedic from Maine, who assembled the body parts from as far away as California. Morin writes, "I, personally. was inspired by the TV series to become a paramedic in 1982, in Maine's first graduating class. Having given more than forty years in Emergency Medical Services, I now have the ability to give back, by making the younger generation understand where us dinosaurs of EMS came from."
The NHTI Paramedic Class of 2016, with Engine 51
The 21st Annual Wellness Fair was a great success! Thanks to our generous donors:
- Chartwell's Catering
- Donovan's Party Store
- Hannaford Supermarket
- Sam's Club
- Shaw's Supermarket
- NHTI Student Senate
The Red Cross reports that they collected 19 pints of blood during their Blood Drive on the Quad -- 4 more pints than last year! Thanks to all the generous blood donors!
April 15, 2016
Campus Safety Information
The following incidents occurred on NHTI property during the week of April 4-10, 2016. 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 go to the NHTI Campus Safety office at One Institute Drive.
Lock/Key Issues: 5
Lost and Found: 9
Motor Vehicle Lockout/Jumpstarts: 3
NHTI Campus Policy: 4
Tickets Issued: 37
Outside Vendor Assists: 14
(Cable/Phone Company, etc.)
Did you know that any of the nine Code Blue Units on campus contact the NHTI Campus Safety Department directly? You can use these Code Blue Units for a variety of reasons:
• Motor vehicle lockouts and jumpstarts
• Directions to locations on campus
• Report a suspicious person or activity
• Call for help
Have you lost or misplaced something? Here is a list of items brought to “Lost & Found” at Campus Safety:
Please contact the Campus Safety Department at 603-224-3287 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out if any of these items might be yours!