Wednesday, Feb 17
5:30 - 7:15 pm
Concord Orthopaedics Audi (G 106)
The CFDC staff and the Child and Family Studies Department will be hosting a viewing of the signature 1st hour of the documentary series, 'The Raising of America'. This five-part documentary series explores the questions: Why are so many children in America faring so poorly? What are the consequences for the nation's future? How might we, as a nation, do better?
The series investigates these questions through different lenses: What does science tell us about the enduring importance of early life experiences on the brain and body? What it is like to be a parent today? And what policies and structures help or hinder the raising of healthy, happy and compassionate children? The Signature Hour covers all of these issues.
Free and open to the NHTI community.
Tuesday, February 23
6:00 - 8:00 pm
Library Living Room
Ed Roberge, City Engineer for Concord, NH, and Brett St. Clair, Partner, Louis Karno & Co. Communications, will speak about the Main Street improvement project in downtown Concord. Their presentation will focus on how Concord transformed its downtown into a "complete street" through an open and all-inclusive public process. Details ranging from the development of Concord’s complete streets policy to applying flexible design solutions will give participants a full understanding of how an extensive public process can still provide timely results on a schedule-constrained federally funded project.
This program is jointly sponsored by the NHTI Architectural Engineering Technology Club and Wings of Knowledge in honor of National Engineers Week. Free and open to the public.
Friday Night Films presents:
February 19, 7 pm
A 2014 documentary about the fascinating and complicated process of the rebuilding of Holland's most famous museum, The Rijksmuseum. The film shows the people behind the scenes during the years of demolition, restoration, and political and financial debate.
Admission by donation ($5 suggested); free with NHTI ID. Contact Steve Ambra, 271-6484 x4101 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuesday, Feb 23
12:30 - 2:00 pm
Panel discussion, featuring a deputy fire chief, a police officer from Laconia, a counselor from the Phoenix House, and a recovering heroin addict.
The following incidents occurred on NHTI property during the week of February 1-7, 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: 14
Motor Vehicle: 1
Motor Vehicle Lockout/Jumpstarts: 5
Tickets Issued: 36
Weapon Violation: 1
Outside Vendor Assists: 13
(Cable/Phone Company, etc.)
Winter has finally arrived, and we want to remind the campus community about winter parking procedures. If we are expecting a weather event, Residence Hall students should note signs in the doorways and listen to announcements on where and when to have your vehicles moved to avoid tickets and/or towing. If any campus individual needs to leave their vehicle on campus overnight or on a weekend, please contact Campus Safety at 224-3287, so that we may direct you on where to park. If you have any questions or concerns pertaining to the NHTI parking policy, please contact the Campus Safety Department at NHTICampusSafety@ccsnh.edu.
Have you lost or misplaced something? Here is a list of items brought to “Lost & Found” at Campus Safety:
|Sports Bottle||Debit Card|
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!