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Are you an NHTI ESOL Student interested in showing your college a little bit about your native country, language, food, music traditions and artifacts?  Are you an NHTI student interested in learning about the cultural diversity at NHTI?

On Tuesday, April 8, 2014, the Cultural Exchange Club and the Office of Cross-Cultural Education & ESOL will be hosting its Multicultural Day in the Wellness Center.  Participants will have tables where they can display the many aspects of their native countries to the rest of their NHTI community.

If you are an NHTI student interested in reserving a table for this event, please contact either the president of Cultural Exchange Club Puja Patel, or club advisors Aaron Hughes or Margaret Landsman, or drop by the Office of Cross-Cultural Education & ESOL in Sweeney Hall, Room 301, 230-4055.


Downton Abbey

You are cordially invited to a
Downton Abbey Party

Wednesday, March 19th
in the
NHTI Library
4:00 to 6:00 pm

Faculty, staff & students are welcome.
Proper Downton attire is encouraged!
Join us for
Fun, food and
All Things Downton

Please R.S.V.P  via email to
Claudette Welch

Hilary Corna

Change of Venue:
4 pm presentation
will be in G106

Ever wonder why women are seen less frequently in higher level positions?  Or why women struggle to earn the same pay?

Historically, women have fought and earned a tremendous amount of progress in the world. And yet, we still have more to accomplish.  Are women you know second-guessing their academic decisions but not saying anything?  Do you find women are backing away from tough conversations in areas around campus in fear of being dis-liked?

In this honest, thought-provoking talk using both science and real stories, Hilary will explore key issues around the female journey and what holds us back.  Students will walk away with new knowledge to understand how they make decisions, and a framework to move forward, improving and taking ownership of their role as women.

McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center logo


Studying Asteroids "Up Close"
Friday, March 7

NASA Solar System Ambassador Ted Blank will discuss the equipment used (with demonstration gear on hand) to record occultations (gaps in a star's light), and how analysis can help discover an asteroid's shape, hidden moons and the occasional unknown double star.  7 pm - Tonight's Sky.  8 pm - Feature Presentation.  $10/Adults, $9/Sr & Student, $6/Children

Bowling Night