Convocation is an annual campus-wide event to welcome new and returning students to campus and celebrate the beginning of the new academic year. On Tuesday, September 15, hundreds of students, faculty and staff gathered to celebrate the beginning of the academic year. This year's speaker was author and Navy wife Sarah Smiley. Sarah explained her experience inviting one guest to dinner for each week that her husband was deployed overseas. She spoke about building your own community and encouraged those in attendance to consider becoming more involved on campus.
Afterwards there was a barbecue and Student Organization fair. Just the thing for students interested in building their own community and finding interesting things to be involved with on campus. The event was festive with live music, games, t-shirt painting, plenty of good food and lots of Student Organizations giving out information.
Friday’s Friendly Kitchen 5K Race was a big success. 220 runners, including three visually impaired athletes, completed the race. Other people walked the 3K fitness walk and more than 25 children ran the fun run. We estimate that close to $10,000 will have been raised for the Friendly Kitchen. The event was wonderful. Paul Hogan did a masterful job of announcing the race. Professor Mike Moffett gave a moving pre-race speech about the significance of 9/11. Vice President Steve Caccia was the official race starter.
The first six finishers were form the NHTI men’s cross country team. Branden McCoo won the race with a time of 16:58. Dylan Tuttle was 2nd at 17:39, Cody Roberge 3rd at 17:41, Ryan Lynch 4th at 18:19, Greg Keilig 5th at 18:16, and Derek Burton 6th at 18:30. The top women finishers included from NHTI women cross country: Raquel Gelinas 2nd at 21:36, Ryleigh Lorimer 5th at 24: 16, Geenel Wells 9th at 26:02, Regan Coyle 21th at 27:10, Julia Glisson 25th at 27:31, and Ruby Jones 35th at 28:54. There were many NHTI faculty and staff who participated in the 5K race. They included : Chuck Lloyd, Mike Moffett, Tom Foulkes, Veronica Carter, Kristina Lucas, Janet Ercolini, Sarah Herbert, Lucy Ann Zellers, and Tracey Lesser. Mehrdad Meskoob completed the 3K walk on his birthday.
Perry Seagroves, race organizer and NHTI Cross Country Coach, always feels that there is great support from the NHTI for this event. A big thank you to Paul Hogan, Mike Moffett, Barbara Severance, Beth Wilkes, Fred Lance, Tom Walton, Jennifer Galbraith, Maintenance, Security, Building and Grounds, Bobby Strong, Michael Edgecomb, Lee Ann Lewis, Terry Covey, Steve Caccia, Chris Metcalf, Doug Schwarz, Susan Krenzien, and Heidi Schmidt.
You have about 362 days to train for the 10th Annual Friendly Kitchen 5K. Tell me if you need any help. We run every day at 4PM from the picnic tables behind Little Hall.
Due to a recent upgrade, all NHTI students can now access the Office 365 Education Plus for Students package. This package includes:
- Office Online
- SharePoint Online
- Exchange Online
- Skype for Business
- Office 365 ProPlus (Full Version of Office)
In the past, students have had access to the first 4 features, but the new Office 365 ProPlus feature now gives students the ability to download, install and activate a copy of Microsoft Office on their personal machine using their CCSNH Student Account.
To do this, log into Office 365 by going to http://o365.students.ccsnh.edu. Then click on Office 365 right near the application launcher at the top right hand side of the screen.
This will take you to the Office 365 Portal Page. Click Install Now to begin the installation.
Sept 18, 2015
Campus Safety Information
The following incidents occurred on NHTI property during the week of September 7 to 13, 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 go to the NHTI Campus Safety office at One Institute Drive.
Lock/Key Issues: 15
Lost and Found: 33
Motor Vehicle Lockout/Jumpstarts: 4
NHTI Campus Policy: 1
Tickets & Warnings Issued: 25
Outside Vendor Assists: 9
(Cable/Phone Company, etc.)
The Campus Safety Department would like to make the campus community aware that parking spaces marked “RESERVED’ are reserved 24 hrs a day, 7 days a week. Vehicles found parked in these areas or on the grass, blocking roadways or dumpsters, etc. will be subject to ticketing, booting and/or towing at the owner’s expense. If you have any questions about parking, please refer to the NHTI parking policy at the provided link www.nhti.edu/student-life/campus-safety/parking-policy-and-procedures or contact the Campus Safety Department at 224-3287. 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:
|Car Key||Debit Cards|
Please contact the Campus Safety Department at 603-224-3287 or via email at email@example.com to find out if any of these items might be yours!