New England Tech will once again be hosting the 48 hour Global Game Jam, which is scheduled for January 29‐30, 2016. Save the dates!
More info to follow as we get closer.
More info to follow as we get closer.
Economic espionage is a problem that costs the American economy billions of dollars annually and puts our national security at risk.
To raise awareness of the issue, the FBI and the National Counterintelligence and Security Center have launched a nationwide campaign and released a short film aimed at educating anyone with a trade secret about the threat and how they can help mitigate it. Based on an actual case, illustrates how one U.S. company was targeted by foreign actors and how that company worked with the FBI to resolve the problem and bring the perpetrators to justice.
New England Tech’s Transportation Technologies Department Chair, Paul Harden was recently interviewed by WPRO’s Gene Valicenti about the abundance of auto recalls recently.
Below is Paul’s interview with Gene Valicenti, which aired on October 20, 2015.
If you would like additional information about any of New England Tech’s over 50 Associate, Bachelor’s, Master’s and online degree programs, including Automotive Technology, Automotive Technology with High Performance, Automotive Collision Repair and Automotive Service Management Technology.
Contact the Admissions Office at 800-736-7744 or email NEITAdmissions@neit.edu
During our twenty-fourth annual reception held on Friday, October 23rd, New England Tech is proud to celebrate and honor employees who have completed ten, twenty and thirty years of service to the college in 2015. A commemorative plaque honoring the recipients of the “Employee Service Award” for this year was also unveiled.
The Honorees are as Follows
Theresa C. Noe
Terry Lee Goffe
John P. Szymkowicz
Robert R. Fogarty
Gina M. Winn
Virgilio N. Tavares
Cheryl L. MacDonald
Karen E. Devine
Barbara L. Tassone
Catherine D. Ratliff
Mark A. Lite
Jennifer J. Hurley
Suzanne W. Gemma
William J. Murphy
Paula A. Allen
William C. Culbertson
Deana S. Games
Elaine P. Hopkins
Richard J. Heffernan, Sr.
Michelle A. Berard
from Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence website:
The Ten Men 2015 Digital Stories series features current members, all local Rhode Island men, sharing their stories about why preventing domestic violence is important to them and why they joined Ten Men.
The following digital stories were filmed, edited, and produced by Neil Guliano (NEIT Digital Media Production student), a 2015 Ten Men member.
To continue watching more of Neil’s Video Series OR learn more about Ten Men and the Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence: Click Here.
If you would like additional information about any of New England Tech’s over 50 Associate, Bachelor’s, Master’s and online degree programs, including Advanced Manufacturing Technology or Welding Engineering Technology.
Written by: Cindra Drowne-Walsh
This new button (Dimension) allows continuous placement of dimensions. With selection of Geometry or Object Snap it switches from Liner to Radial to Angular and so on for quicker placement of Dimensions.
*Dimension Styles are pre-defined as in previous versions.
*Layers – There is an option within the Annotate – Dimension Panel for Dim Layer
Override. This allows you to select the Companies Standard Layer for the Dimensions to reside on. If you leave it at on Use Current it will place the Dimensions onto the Current Layer – and the current layer would be set in the Home tab – Layer Panel as in previous releases.
Hover over Geometry for a preview of the dimension.
Right-Click options once the user has pick a point on the drawing:
Right-Click option right after activating the Dim command and not yet selected a point on the drawing.
The Video shows the Dim command in use. You will see it keeps the command active (running) until the user stops it – What type of dimension will be placed per the geometry selected (Linear, Angular, Aligned, Radius and Diameter), The Pop-up window when you Right Click while dimensioning a circle to switch the Option from Diameter to Radius.
*No Worries until you are comfortable with this new Button the Dimension drop down is still available and works the same as in previous release.
October 19-30, 2015
Donations will be donated to the East Greenwich Animal Protection League.
Acceptable items include:
Dry and Canned Cat and Dog Foods, Dog Bones, Dog Bully Sticks, Kongs, Treats, Cat Litter, Toys, Dishwasher Detergent, Dish Soap, Laundry Detergent, Cleaning Supplies, Paper Towels and Puppy Pee Pads.
Donation boxes are located on the Post Road & East Greenwich campuses.
Your help is GREATLY appreciated!
To read the entire Rhode Island Emissions Newsletter click link: RI News-Sept 2015-20150930
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