Phi Theta Kappa Welcomes New Members
NHTI's chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, the international honor society for two-year colleges, inducted a dozen new members into their ranks last week. Current PTK President Bill Kitchens presided over the ceremony, along with Regional Vice-President Ali Sekou and Xhangxi "Jessie" Feng. Speakers included NHTI President Susan B. Dunton and Presidential Partner James C. Tanner.
The inductees included:
|Sharon Bowden||Sarah Ericson||Katherine Horsley|
|Jennifer Hutchins||Kristen Korbani||Gregory Lamb|
|Clarissa MacDonald||Meghan McCormick||Naomi Reed|
|Morgyn Soucy||Theresa Swindell||Michael Williams|
and honorary inductee Karen Schaefer.
The Phi Theta Kappa inductees for 2015.
Students from NHTI's Radiation Therapy program attended the New England Society of Radiation Therapists conference at Darmouth Hitchcock Medical Center this past weekend. It was an exciting time, as the senior students gave a lecture (for continuing education credit) on Breast Tomosynthesis. This was the first time that students have lectured at a professional conference!
Also, NHTI student Nicole Cofrin was awarded the NESRT student scholarship. She was selected from five different programs offering radiation therapy. A very big honor for both Nicole, and for our program!
NESRT President Lynn Barone (left) awards a scholarship to NHTI's Nicole Cofrin (far right).
The day could not have been more perfect for Campus Cleanup on Monday, April 13. The Environmental Action Club thanks the 26 people who participated to help make our campus and the trails around it more beautiful! Thanks to the Maintenance Department for their assistance, to the Student Senate for providing lunch for participants (pizza from Constantly Pizza), to Panera for donating the bagels, to The Works for donating coffee, and to all the businesses (listed below) who donated raffle prizes. The prizes were won by:
- $250 NHTI Tuition Credit won by Eric Miller
- $25 Cobblestone Gift Certificate won by Alexia Robidas
- $25 Simply Birkenstock Card won by Aurora Vandewater
- $15 Walmart Gift Card won by Aaron Hughes
- Red River Theatre movie tickets won by Kris Lucas
- Hand quilted items by Gaye Brennan won by Alexia Robidas
Left to right: Club members Nick Saporito, Maria Daneault (Secretary), Jacob Dratner, and Carson Natali (Treasurer) presenting prize to volunteer Eric Miller.
Members of the NHTI Student Nurse Association journeyed to Phoenix, AZ last week to attend the National SNA Convention. Pictured above outside the convention hall are the club's officers (left to right): Kerri Broas, Secretary, Sarah Sartory, President, Alyssa Borowry, Treasurer, and Gayle Ridley, Vice President. Also attending: Julie Coleman, Judy Odom (Advisor), Hannah Medico, Jeanette Smith, Doran Timm, Amy Thompson (Advisor), and Roger Gallant.
NHTI President Susan B. Dunton gave the opening remarks at the Tourism Pathways Summit held on April 10 at the Courtyard by Marriott in Concord, NH. The event was jointly sponsored by NHTI and Great Bay Community College.
The summit brought high school hospitality educators together with leading industry representatives. Mike Somers, President of the NH Lodging and Restaurant Association, and Amy Basset and Kris Neilson from NH Tourism, spoke about the tourism industry in the state and its employment needs. Thank you to President Dunton for her opening remarks.
Apr 17, 2015
Campus Safety Information
The following incidents occurred on NHTI property during the week of April 6-12, 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.
Dating Violence: 2
Lock/Key Issues: 8
Lost and Found: 16
Motor Vehicle: 2
Motor Vehicle Lockout/Jumpstarts: 3
NHTI Campus Policy: 1
Tickets Issued: 6
Outside Vendor Assists: 9
(Cable/Phone Company, etc.)
The Campus Safety Department would like to remind the campus community that the gravel parking area outside Little Hall is reserved for dental patients who graciously donate their time to come onto campus and support our students and the dental program. Please refrain from parking in this area, as doing so may result in ticketing, booting, or towing at your expense. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.
Have you lost or misplaced something? Here is a list of items brought to “Lost & Found” at Campus Safety:
|Thermos Mug||Student IDs|
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!