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Congratulations to the Rhody Girls from Providence Career & Tech, beating out 24 other teams in the FIRST Robotics Competition on Saturday, Feb. 16, at New England Institute of Technology.
As announced in the Warwick Beacon, James McClure has joined the New England Tech staff as an Assistant Professor in the Information Technology Program and Larry Bouthillier has joined the staff as Director of Online Learning.
New Fire Station On The Drawing Board
From: RI Creative Magazine
Students in the Architectural Building Engineering Technology (ABT) program at New England Institute of Technology (NEIT) were assigned a unique project by Assistant Professor Tom Lonardo in response to a request from Fire Chief Peter Hendrikson of East Greenwich, Rhode Island.
Upon completion of the project, the ABT students presented to a jury of East Greenwich Fire Department officials. Each of the unique designs had to include a site plan, floor plans, general construction method, elevations, building materials and codes, and much more. The jury included Fire Chief Hendrikson, Deputy Chief McGillivray, Commissioner Stephen Bartlett, Captain Thomas Mears, and Administrative Assistant Pamela Johnson. This team was so impressed by the professionalism of the students and their architectural concepts that they hope to incorporate some of the elements into the final fire station design.
As Lonardo stated, “We were thrilled to have this opportunity for our students to utilize the knowledge and skills they have acquired at New England Tech for such a worthwhile project. The students gained valuable experience as they worked from architectural concept to the unveiling of their unique design. We all felt a great sense of pride giving back to the community.”
by Linda A. Dionne
Media Relations Specialist, New England Tech
New England Tech Mechanical Engineering Technology Instructor, Christopher Vasconcelos, is featured in The Digital Machinist.
“Lucy” the see-through oscillating engine was designed by Mr. Vasconcelos using Auto CAD, primarily in Solidworks – a career skill taught at New England Tech.
Do violent video games affect a person’s behavior?
CLICK HERE for the full news story from Rhode Island’s NBC10 containing an interview with New England Tech Game Development and Simulation Technology Instructor, DJ Johnson.
Is Rhode Island’s Economy on the Rebound?
Uptick in building and construction cited as an economic strength indicator for Rhode Island.
Read the full story at GoLocalProv.com on what other good news is in store (retail was another) for Rhode Island’s economy…