Launched in 2001-02, Wings of Knowledge is an annual series of cultural events which are free and open to the public. The series supports and expands upon NHTI’s wide variety of academic offerings, and is another element in the college’s expanding community college mission.
All presentations start at 6:00 pm, with refreshments to follow. Events take place in the NHTI Library Living Room unless otherwise noted. Wings of Knowledge is generously supported by the NHTI Student Senate and Campus Activities Board. For further information call (603) 230-4028.
|April 24, 2018||
BEER: The Science and Cultural Phenomenon
Join Wings for a special presentation on the science, industry, and cultural phenomenon of BEER. What would civilization be without fermentation? A special presentation in the Concord Orthopaedics Auditorium (Grappone Hall 106). Must be 21 or older w/ ID to participate in tasting. Learn more.
Other events for 2017-18:
|October 3, 2017||
Anthony Mento, Assoc. AIA, Project Manager with SMP Architecture, will speak on "Architecture that Supports the New Methods of Community Corrections," and share thoughts on designing correctional facilities in the 21st century.
|November 7, 2017||
Dr. Luba Richter
Orthodontist Dr. Luba Richter will share her experiences and insights – personal and professional - in coming from St. Petersburg, Russia to ultimately settle and practice in Concord, New Hampshire.
|December 5, 2017||
Dr. Richard Smith, UNH Associate Professor of Cropping Systems Ecology and Management, will speak on Silvopasture: “cows dining among the trees” – as well as other developments in the exciting field of Sustainable Agriculture.
|February 6, 2018||
Singing Bowl Sound Meditation
Dr. Carlos A. Perez, DC, RMT of Back In Motion, PLLC, will discuss and demonstrate creating balance in people’s lives by offering guided sound therapy meditations using Crystal and Tibetan Singing Bowls.
|February 20, 2018||
Emergency Preparedness in NH
Kenneth Walsh from the NH State Fire Marshall's Office will be speaking about New Hampshire building codes and regulations that impact emergency preparedness and response during a disaster. Co-sponsored by the NHTI Architectural Engineering Club in celebration of National Engineers Week.
|March 6, 2018||
Jeffrey Ryan, author of Appalachian Odyssey: A 28-Year Hike on America’s Trail, shares insights, humor, history and geology of the Trail. “You can’t walk 8,000 miles without developing a unique view of the world and an ability to find complete contentment along the way.” Special presentation in Sweeney Auditorium.
|April 3, 2018||
Culture in Many Societies
Come join us as we take a trip to the Kurdish lands of northern Iraq. Come hear Ali Gibran, who recently transferred from NHTI to UNH’s political science program, as he shares his Kurdish heritage. Ali will speak about the Kurdish land and people, and their socio-political position in the Middle East.