Thirty-eight colleges and universities attended Transfer Fair 2015, held this past Tuesday, February 24 at the Student Center -- a new record! This year’s event was sponsored by NHTI Bookstore/Follett, NHTI Veterans Club, Student Leadership Team and Student Senate.
Over 150 students came through the transfer fair! The college reps were impressed by the students’ discussions and great questions, and were pleased with the turnout. College representatives say this is a favorite event and they look forward to returning year after year. During the 3-hour fair, student volunteers helped welcome college reps and orient them to the campus, and also welcomed and guided students.
Faculty and staff support of the event played a significant role in this success. If you helped spread the word, or helped out in any other way, thank you!
We collected nearly 100 raffle entries. (Not all students took part in the raffle, which required speaking with reps from at least three colleges.) Community Social Service Certificate major Eric Miller won the Grand Prize, a $100 gift card to the NHTI Bookstore.
The following students won prizes donated by participating colleges: Ali Abdulridha, Salma Akramy, Martin Ali, Ashley Barr, Jesse Bedard, Chelsea Bibeau, Joe Blanchette, Tiffany Cartier, Oscar Castillo, Mathew Cheney, MaryBeth Cramer, Kyle Deluca, Joshua Drummond, Brandon Duke, Timothy Field, Myranda Forsgren, Nicholas Garland, William Genest, Elisabeth Gillikin, Kayla Grant, Kelley Guimont, Lindsey Hampson, Monica Horning, Emily Jerome, Zach Joyal, Oliviah Kimball, Damian Kyden, Ronald LeBlanc, Allyson Lively, Sarah Matthews, Catherine Mernin, Ahvni Meyers, Jean Muhizi, Puja Patel, Scott Perry, Lauren Rivet, Alexis Schofield, Nancy Schofield, Jake Troy, and Jessica Vintinner-Robinson.
As the saying goes, ”Many hands make light work,” so thanks to: Maintenance, Campus Safety, Admissions, Athletics/Wellness Center, Library, Office of the President, Public Information Office, Student Affairs, Residential Life, Student Life, Academic Affairs and the Advising Center, as well as Steve Ambra, Barbara Anstey, Alan Blake, Steve Caccia, Alex Carbone, Elibet Chase, Terry Covey, Susan Dunton, Joane Gandy, Sarah Hebert, Marty Hunt, Sue Krenzien, Chuck Lloyd, Susan Mathews of Chartwells, Chris Metcalf, Liz Pontacoloni, Heidi Schmidt, Doug Schwarz, Deb Smith, Mike Therrien and Nick Walton, Staff Volunteers Alison Cohen, Sue Diener, Rick Emerson, Deb Landry, Sue Posluszny, Linda Schmidt, Ellen Touzin, Denine Garnett, Sarah Hebert, Karen Schaefer, and Lynn Tilton, Student Volunteers Ashley Barr, Kayley Beers, Chelsea Bibeau, Pamela Glines, Russell Greenwood, Damian Kyden, Ally Lively, Catherine Mernin, Eric Miller, Kyla Morrison, Puja Patel, Ali Sekou, and Morgyn Soucy, and a special thanks to volunteer coordinator Cory Schofield, and the Student Ambassadors and Veterans Club volunteers.
Tuesday, March 3
6 - 8 pm
Library Living Room
Lynn Szymanski is known to some members of the NHTI community -- particularly the folks in the BTC and the engineering departments -- as our TAACCCT Grant Project Coordinator. But it turns out she has a secret identity!
Lynn has been making furniture since 1991. She has exhibited nationally and taught at the
University of New Hampshire, Fitchburg State University and San Diego State University. For three years she was head of the woodworking program at the Worcester Center for Crafts, where she organized an exhibition of chairs curated by the late Sam Maloof. She has been a member of the Furniture Society since 1998, serving in various capacities including treasurer and interim director. She has an MFA in Furniture Design from San Diego State University.
Free and open to the public. For more information call (603) 230-4028.