New England Tech Students vs. Faculty – 6th Annual Golf Tournament

 Golf is FREE to play and includes a cart.

The cost for lunch is approximately $15.00, and it will begin immediately following the tournament. The tournament format is a shotgun start, match play (2 students and 2 faculty members per foursome), with handicaps. The handicap system will be used for scoring; therefore, it doesn’t matter what your level of expertise is – just play golf and have FUN!

If you are interested in playing, please email AUT Instructor, Bob Kennedy, RKennedy@neit.edu

Meal Cost:  Lunch is approximately $15.00, and it will begin immediately following the tournament.
Date: Friday, September 6, 2013
Tee Time: 11:30 a.m.
Course: East Greenwich Golf Club, 1646 Division Road, East Greenwich, RI 02818

 

Student Activities Announcements: Week 5, August 19-23, 2013, Summer Quarter

Student Activities Announcements

Week 5, August 19-23, 2013, Summer Quarter

Please email the Student Activities Coordinator, Melissa Hague, mhague@neit.edu or stop by the Student Activities office, located in the Student Lounge of the EA Building, if you are interested in forming a student club on campus or have an idea for student activities.

Athletic Field

The field is open to NEIT students for recreational sports. There are no scheduled sports at this time; students may use the field when they would like during the hours of operation. The field is located on the East Greenwich Campus, to the left of the main entrance.

Hours of Use: (This schedule is subject to change.)

9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. Monday – Thursday & 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Friday

(Depending on daylight, weather and field conditions)

Approved Recreational Sports:
Soccer (goals are always set up), lacrosse, Frisbee, cornhole, wiffle ball and flag football

Equipment

Students may bring their own sports equipment or borrow the college’s equipment, see below.

Check-Out and Check-In Sports Equipment

To check-in and check-out equipment, students must present their NEIT Student ID Card. Equipment is checked-out on a first come, first served basis and may not be reserved. Sports equipment may be checked-out at the Student Activities Office, S120B (also check the office behind S120B), located on the first floor near the game room. If the offices are closed, please go to the Office of Student Support Service at N201.

 

Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Investment Club
Meeting time and location: 4:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m., in room S202, EG Campus

Advisor: MGT Assistant Professor, Daniel Peres, dperes@neit.edu
Join the Investment Club if you are interested in learning more about the following: reaching your long-term financial goals sooner, learning to trade online, discovering how to create a balanced portfolio, finding out about different securities (mutual funds, future contacts, etc.), learning how to invest in the stock market, learning to use cool software investment tools, and seeing how trading occurs on the New York Stock Exchange.

 

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

I.D.S.A. – Interior Design Student Alliance
Meeting time and location: 2:30 a.m., Design Studio S200, EG Campus
Advisor: ID Assistant Professor, Mia Alwen, malwen@neit.edu
As a member of NEIT’s IDSA Student Club, you can cultivate your leadership skills and acquire valuable networking opportunities. IDSA will have guest speakers and workshops that are geared toward the interests of Interior Design students.

 

Thursday, August 22, 2013

Pool Tournament
Join the
pool tournament in the Game Room at 11 a.m. on the EG Campus

Sign-up for the tournaments by emailing Melissa Hague, mhague@neit.edu

Friday, August 23, 2013

New England Tech Student Golf Club – East Greenwich Country Club, Tee Time 11:30 a.m.

Advisor: AUT Instructor, Robert Kennedy, rkennedy@neit.edu

Join the NEIT Golf Club if you would like to play golf, learn to play golf, or improve your golf game. During the golfing season the club meets weekly to play on a 9 hole course, through December (weather permitting). This club offers a great opportunity to meet students from different technologies. Please contact the club’s advisor to join and for more information. Students who have signed up for the club by contacting Robert (Bob) Kennedy can meet Bob and the club members at East Greenwich Country Club. Students who have not signed up for the club must contact Bob Kennedy prior to going to East Greenwich Country Club participate. 

 

Saturday, August 24, 2013
New England Tech Pit Crew Club Meeting
Advisor: AUT Instructor, Daniel Perry, dperry@neit.edu
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to work with a real race team pit crew? The New England Tech Pit Crew Club allows you to experience the excitement of racing while gaining hands-on training. You can play an important part in a team’s success this year.
PLEASE NOTE: Students who have signed up for the club by contacting Dan Perry can meet Dan and the club members on Saturday nights between 4 – 7 pm at Seekonk Speedway. Students who have not signed up for the club must contact Dan prior to going to Seekonk Speedway to participate. (Seasonal Club: May – October)

 

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Chess

Chess sets are available in the lounge on EG Campus for students to use. Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to play!

 

Ping Pong & Pool Tournaments
Sign-up for the tournaments by emailing Melissa Hague, mhague@neit.edu

Ping Pong Tournaments, EG Campus, Game Room, Tuesdays at 11:00 a.m.
Week 2 -July 30
Week 4 – August 13
Week 6 – August 27

Pool Tournaments, EG Campus, Game Room, Thursdays at 11:00 a.m.
Week 3 – August 8
Week 5 – August 22
Week 7 – September 5

Volunteer Opportunities
Students are encouraged to get involved on campus by volunteering at New Student Orientation, Tech Nites, Career Fairs, Commencement and providing assistance at the information table during the first two days of each quarter. Interested students should contact the Student Activities Coordinator at mhague@neit.edu.
Involvement in any of these activities would look great on your resume.

 

“Like” New England Tech on Facebook! http://www.facebook.com/NewEnglandTech

NEIT STUDENT CLUBS ON CAMPUS
Clubs that are affiliated with national organizations may require their members to be enrolled in a particular technology and may limit participation to that technology. Participation in some technical club activities may require that a student possess certain technical proficiencies in order to participate fully.

Alpha Chi Honor Society
Co-Advisor:  Assistant Provost, Karen Arnold, karnold@neit.edu
Co-Advisor:  Student Activities Coordinator, Melissa Hague, mhague@neit.edu
Alpha Chi membership is a prestigious honor reserved for only the top 10% of Bachelor and Master’s students in all academic fields. Alpha Chi recognizes and promotes scholarship and those elements of character that make scholarship effective for good. The top 10% is based on quarterly cumulative GPAs.  As a member, your academic excellence will be recognized with the a membership certificate, personalized membership card, lapel pin, notation of membership on your diploma and transcripts, and the privilege of wearing regalia at graduation that sets you apart as a Alpha Chi member. An induction ceremony is held annually at NEIT in April.

Criminal Justice Student Club
Advisor: Assistant Professor, Robin M. Winslow, rwinslow@neit.edu
The Criminal Justice Club provides opportunities for students to expand their knowledge of the criminal justice field with guest speakers, field trips and involvement in local community service projects. The club promotes safety awareness to the campus community through campaigns and guest lecturer events.

Game Developers’ Network
Advisor: IT Assistant Professor, Scott Lambert, slambert@neit.edu
Join the Games Developers’ Network if you are interested in game development as a profession and would like to network. Members will have the opportunity to utilize their skills to modify public domain gaming engines, develop small- to medium-sized games and beta-test games; share feedback and helpful techniques; and acquire critical gaming skills. This club also allows members to get actively involved in projects and gain experience that will help them to build a better resume and add to their portfolios.

High Performance Club
Advisor: Assistant Professor, Derek Martel, dmartel@neit.edu
Join the High Performance Club if you are interested in learning how to design, fabricate, and assemble a kit car, organizing reaction time tournaments, and discussions regarding performance trends.

I.D.S.A. – Interior Design Student Alliance
Advisor: ID Assistant Professor, Mia Alwen, malwen@neit.edu
As a member of NEIT’s IDSA Student Club, you can cultivate your leadership skills and acquire valuable networking opportunities. IDSA will have guest speakers and workshops that are geared toward the interests of Interior Design students.

Investment Club
Advisor: MGT Assistant Professor, Daniel Peres, dperes@neit.edu
Join the Investment Club if you are interested in learning more about the following: reaching your long-term financial goals sooner, learning to trade online, discovering how to create a balanced portfolio, finding out about different securities (mutual funds, future contacts, etc.), learning how to invest in the stock market, learning to use cool software investment tools, and seeing how trading occurs on the New York Stock Exchange.

New England Institute of Technology Student Nurses Association
Advisor: NUR Assistant Professor, Rochelle Ducharme, MS, RN  rducharme@neit.edu
Join the New England Institute of Technology Student Nurses Association. The club’s purpose is to: assume responsibility for contributing to nursing education in order to provide for the highest quality healthcare; provide programs representative of fundamental interest and concerns to nursing students; aid in the development of the whole person, including his/her professional role, his/her responsibility for health care of people in all walks of life; and to promote and encourage participation in community affairs and activities towards healthcare and the resolution of related social issues.

New England Tech Golf Club
Advisor: AUT Instructor, Robert Kennedy, rkennedy@neit.edu
Join the NEIT Golf Club if you would like to play golf, learn to play golf, or improve your golf game. The golf club meets weekly to play on a 9 hole course, and will play through December (weather permitting). This offers a great opportunity to meet students from different technologies.

New England Tech Pit Crew Club Meeting
Advisor: AUT Instructor, Daniel Perry, dperry@neit.edu
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to work with a real race team pit crew? The New England Tech Pit Crew Club allows you to experience the excitement of racing while gaining hands-on training. You can play an important part in a team’s success this year.
PLEASE NOTE: Students who have signed up for the club by contacting Dan Perry can meet Dan and the club members on Saturday nights between 4 – 7 pm at Seekonk Speedway. Students who have not signed up for the club must contact Dan prior to going to Seekonk Speedway to participate. (Seasonal Club: May – October)

Phi Theta Kappa – International Honor Society
Co-Advisor: Assistant Provost, Karen Arnold, karnold@neit.edu
Co-Advisor: Student Activities Coordinator, Melissa Hague, mhague@neit.edu
Phi Theta Kappa membership at NEIT is open to students who have completed a minimum of 24 quarter credits with a GPA of 3.8 or above in the Associate Degree program. As a member, your academic excellence will be recognized with the Golden Key Membership Pin, membership certificate, identification card, notation of membership on your diploma and transcripts, and the privilege of wearing regalia at graduation that identifies you as a Phi Theta Kappa member.

Quadricycle Club

Advisor: MCT Instructor, Christopher Vasconcelos, cvasconcelos@neit.edu

Join the Quadricycle Club if you have an interest in engineering, manufacturing, and building Henry Ford’s first automobile, the Quadricycle. Club activities include interpreting engineering drawings, solid modeling using SolidWorks software, machining metal, basic carpentry work, electrical wiring, welding, and assembly.

 

Respiratory Care Club
Advisor:
Assistant Professor, Department Chair, Paul Mangino, pmangino@neit.edu

The Respiratory Care Club gives members the opportunity to plan and get involved in extracurricular and social activities pertaining to respiratory care, learn about current respiratory care trends in the profession and community, and meet other students and people with a common interest.

 

Rotaract Club
Advisor: ST Assistant Professor, Deb Lundin, dlundin@neit.edu

The NEIT Rotaract Club is affiliated by the East Greenwich Rotary Club. Join the NEIT Rotaract Club if you have an interest in community service and want to develop your leadership and professional skills. Club members will have the opportunity to interact with Rotary business leaders and to volunteer at some of the EG Rotary Club’s events. Participation in this club would look great on your resume

 

SkillsUSA
Advisor: Manager of Admissions Outreach and Events, Erin Flynn, eflynn@neit.edu
SkillsUSA is one of the largest student-run leadership organizations in the country dedicated to technical high school and college students. Students participating in SkillsUSA develop organizational skills, leadership skills, and team building skills. For more information about SkillsUSA please visit www.skillsusa.org.

SOTA (Student Occupational Therapy Association)
Advisor: OTA Assistant Professor, Mary Brinson, mbrinson@neit.edu
SOTA is a national organization open to all students enrolled in the Occupational Therapy program at NEIT. SOTA members have an opportunity to meet new people, learn more about occupational therapy, and increase awareness about current issues in the profession. SOTA plans fund-raising and social events throughout the year.

Student Physical Therapist Assistant Club
Advisor: PTA Lab Assistant, Roseanne Hammond, rchammond@neit.edu
Join the Physical Therapy Assistant Student Club if you are interested in enriching and broadening your views and knowledge of the field of Physical Therapy and the role of the PTA in the medical field, and participating in community service opportunities and community/campus activities which promote awareness of physical therapy.

Tech Radio
Advisor: VAP/DRA Instructor, Paul Perry, pperry@neit.edu
Tech Radio is an on-campus radio station. This club allows students to improve their radio skills and learn how a radio station operates. Students may go on-air live or use prerecorded segments. The Tech Radio Club also has positions available for off-air talent.

Tech Records
Advisor: VAP/DRA Associate Professor, Jamie Locke, jlocke@neit.edu
Join The Tech Records Club if you are interested in gaining practical experience in producing and recording music.

Veterinary Technology Club
Advisor: VET Associate Professor, Amy Butzier abutzier@neit.edu
The Veterinary Technology Club promotes the profession of veterinary technology, provides extracurricular and social activities for students and benefits animals in need through community service.

Video and Animation Club
Advisors:
VAP/DRA Assistant, Mike Davis mdavis@neit.edu & Instructor, Matt Morin morin@neit.edu
The Video and Animation Club provides students the opportunity to produce student-generated visual productions outside of the classroom. The types of projects that will be produced include short films and animations, submissions for contests, productions for other campus departments, and local news stories.  This club allows students to improve their video production skills.

Spotlight On New England Tech Quadricycle Club

New England Tech recognized in the Henry Ford BlogNew England Institute of Technology has formed its own Quadricycle Club.

The purpose of this club is to have Mechanical Engineering Technology (MCT) students, as well as interested students from any of the college’s more than 40 academic programs, work collaboratively towards a goal of reverse engineering, manufacturing, and building Henry Ford’s first automobile, the Quadricycle.

Henry Ford QuadricycleClub Advisor, Christopher Vasconselas, a faculty member in the MCT program is thrilled to see the excitement in his students as they bring their very own Quadricycle to life. The club meets anywhere from 2-5 hours per week, and the members hope to have the Quadricycle ready to take its maiden voyage in two years—a labor of love for certain.

New England Tech Mechanical Engineering forms Quadricycle Club

[Image credit: the Henry Ford Blog]

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New England Tech Students Offered Discounted NE Revolution Tickets

NIGHT AT THE NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION!

Sunday, August 4th at 7:30pm, Revolution VS Toronto

student discount revolution logoThe New England Revolution and New England Institute of Technology’s Occupational Therapy Student Club has teamed up for a fun night at Gillette Stadium with an opportunity to fundraise for a great cause!

Tickets are just $28 per person – this is a $9 discount!

If 50 tickets are sold, $10 per ticket is donated to the Occupational Therapy Student Club, and there is no limit on the number of tickets purchased.

FREE PARKING AND TAILGATING!

Purchasing info: https://oss.ticketmaster.com/html/go.htmI?l=EN&t=revolution&o=4569699&g=342  and use promo code Revolution

Deadline to purchase tickets: August 1st

New England Tech Grad Nominated For MOTIF Theater and Film Award

New England Tech grad Chris Espers has been nominated for a MOTIF Theater & Film award!

Motif Theater and Film Awards

His film called “Still Life” is up for Best Director and Best Editing, while the film made for Sally Kingsbury’s Documentary Filmmaking class, “Cinematic Power“, is up for Best Documentary.

Show your support and vote for these two films here!

Hot Summer Game Jam – August 9 and 10 – New England Tech, Rhode Island

Attention New England Tech  Video Gamers and Developers!

Rhode Island Game Jam 2013

Join fellow NEIT students and alumni for 24 hours of fun and creativity at this year’s Hot Summer Game Jam, scheduled for August 9th and 10th at New England Tech’s East Greenwich campus.

To register, visit http://globalgamejam.neit.edu and learn how you can create a playable video game in 24 hours!

New England Tech Students Win National Crime Scene Investigation Competition

Alicia Caruso, Sara Vincent, and Tamena Amini, students in the Criminal Justice Program at the New England Institute of Technology, took home the national gold medal in Crime Scene Investigation at the SkillsUSA National Competition in Kansas City, MO on June 23rd.

The New England Tech students qualified for the national competition by winning first place in the Criminal Justice Crime Scene Investigation competition conducted by the Rhode Island chapter of SkillsUSA on March 27th.

SkillsUSA National Champs

New England Tech’s gold-medal winning Criminal Justice, Crime Scene Investigation team – Alicia Caruso, Sara Vincent and Tamena Amini.

SkillsUSA is national organization serving more than 264,500 high school and college students and professional members enrolled in training programs in technical, skilled, and service occupations, including health occupations.

SkillsUSA programs include local, state and national competitions in which students demonstrate occupational and leadership skills. During the annual national-level SkillsUSA Championships, more than 4,500 students compete in 77 occupational and leadership skill areas. SkillsUSA programs also help to establish industry standards for job skill training in the classroom.

Student Appreciation Night at Seekonk Speedway – Rain Date June 1

Student Appreciation Night at Seekonk Speedway has been moved to

Saturday, June 1 due to this past weekend’s inclement weather.

Show your NEIT student ID for FREE admission

Gates open at 4pm, racing starts at 6pm

new england tech student night at seekonk speedway

Seekonk Speedway
1710 Fall River Avenue
Seekonk, MA 02771

Student Activities Announcements: May 25 – 31, 2013

Please email the Student Activities Coordinator, Melissa Hague, mhague@neit.edu or stop by the Student Activities office, located in the Student Lounge of the EA Building, if you are interested in forming a student club on campus or have an idea for student activities.

New Pajamas & New Books Drive Collection Drive

NEIT’s Student Nurses Association is supporting The Pajama Program. The Pajama Program is celebrating 11 years of providing sleepwear and nurturing books to children in need. Please bring your donations to the box that is set up in the East Greenwich Food Court.

 

Saturday, May 25, 2013

Rain Date: Saturday, June 1, 2013

New England Tech Night at Seekonk Speedway

Show your NEIT student ID for FREE admission.  Gates open at 4pm, racing starts at 6pm

Seekonk Speedway
1710 Fall River Avenue
Seekonk, MA 02771 

Friday, May 31, 2013

Basketball – Kent County YMCA

Fridays, 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. at the Kent County YMCA, 900 Centerville Road, Warwick RI

The Kent County YMCA basketball gym has been rented out for the exclusive use of NEIT students! The gym is available at absolutely no cost to students! Students must bring their NEIT Student ID and sneakers to participate! 

New England Tech Student Golf Club – East Greenwich Country Club, Tee Time 11:30 a.m.

Advisor: AUT Instructor, Robert Kennedy, rkennedy@neit.edu

Join the NEIT Golf Club if you would like to play golf, learn to play golf, or improve your golf game. During the golfing season the club meets weekly to play on a 9 hole course, through December (weather permitting). This club offers a great opportunity to meet students from different technologies. Please contact the club’s advisor to join and for more information. Students who have signed up for the club by contacting Robert (Bob) Kennedy can meet Bob and the club members at East Greenwich Country Club. Students who have not signed up for the club must contact Bob Kennedy prior to going to East Greenwich Country Club participate.

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Chess

Chess sets are available in the lounge on EG Campus for students to use. Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to play!

Spring Quarter Tournaments Schedule
Sign-up for the tournaments by emailing Melissa Hague, mhague@neit.edu

Ping Pong Tournaments
EG Campus, Game Room, Tuesdays at 11:00 a.m.

Week 2 – April 9,
Week 4 – April 23,
Week 6 – May 7
Post Road Campus, Student Lounge, Tuesdays at 10:00 a.m.
Week 3 – April 16,
Week 7 – May 14
Pool Tournaments
EG Campus, Game Room, Thursdays at 11:00 a.m.

Week 3 – April 18,
Week 5 – May 2,
Week 7 – May 16
Post Road Campus, Game Room, Thursdays at 10:00 a.m.
Week 4 – April 25,
Week 6 – May 9

Volunteer Opportunities
Students are encouraged to get involved on campus by volunteering at New Student Orientation, Tech Nites, Career Fairs, Commencement and providing assistance at the information table during the first two days of each quarter. Interested students should contact the Student Activities Coordinator at mhague@neit.edu.
Involvement in any of these activities would look great on a resume.

“Like” New England Tech on Facebook!  http://www.facebook.com/NewEnglandTech

JOIN A CLUB!   GET INVOLVED!    NEIT STUDENT CLUBS ON CAMPUS


Clubs that are affiliated with national organizations may require their members to be enrolled in a particular technology and may limit participation to that technology. Participation in some technical club activities may require that a student possess certain technical proficiencies in order to participate fully.

Alpha Chi Honor Society
Advisor:  Dr. Robin Schutt, Associate Professor, rschutt@neit.edu
Co-Advisor:  Assistant Provost, Karen Arnold, karnold@neit.edu
Co-Advisor:  Student Activities Coordinator, Melissa Hague, mhague@neit.edu
Alpha Chi membership is a prestigious honor reserved for only the top 10% of Bachelor and Master’s students in all academic fields. Alpha Chi recognizes and promotes scholarship and those elements of character that make scholarship effective for good. The top 10% is based on quarterly cumulative GPAs.  As a member, your academic excellence will be recognized with the a membership certificate, personalized membership card, lapel pin, notation of membership on your diploma and transcripts, and the privilege of wearing regalia at graduation that sets you apart as a Alpha Chi member. An induction ceremony is held annually at NEIT in April.

Criminal Justice Student Club
Advisor: Assistant Professor, Robin M. Winslow, rwinslow@neit.edu
The Criminal Justice Club provides opportunities for students to expand their knowledge of the criminal justice field with guest speakers, field trips and involvement in local community service projects. The club promotes safety awareness to the campus community through campaigns and guest lecturer events.

Game Developers’ Network
Advisor: IT Assistant Professor, Scott Lambert, slambert@neit.edu
Join the Games Developers’ Network if you are interested in game development as a profession and would like to network. Members will have the opportunity to utilize their skills to modify public domain gaming engines, develop small- to medium-sized games and beta-test games; share feedback and helpful techniques; and acquire critical gaming skills. This club also allows members to get actively involved in projects and gain experience that will help them to build a better resume and add to their portfolios.

High Performance Club
Advisor: Assistant Professor, Derek Martel, dmartel@neit.edu
Join the High Performance Club if you are interested in learning how to design, fabricate, and assemble a kit car, organizing reaction time tournaments, and discussions regarding performance trends.

I.D.S.A. – Interior Design Student Alliance
Advisor: ID Assistant Professor, Mia Alwen, malwen@neit.edu
As a member of NEIT’s IDSA Student Club, you can cultivate your leadership skills and acquire valuable networking opportunities. IDSA will have guest speakers and workshops that are geared toward the interests of Interior Design students.

Investment Club
Advisor: MGT Assistant Professor, Daniel Peres, dperes@neit.edu
Join the Investment Club if you are interested in learning more about the following: reaching your long-term financial goals sooner, learning to trade online, discovering how to create a balanced portfolio, finding out about different securities (mutual funds, future contacts, etc.), learning how to invest in the stock market, learning to use cool software investment tools, and seeing how trading occurs on the New York Stock Exchange.

New England Institute of Technology Student Nurses Association
Advisor: NUR Assistant Professor, Rochelle Ducharme, MS, RN  rducharme@neit.edu
Join the New England Institute of Technology Student Nurses Association. The club’s purpose is to: assume responsibility for contributing to nursing education in order to provide for the highest quality healthcare; provide programs representative of fundamental interest and concerns to nursing students; aid in the development of the whole person, including his/her professional role, his/her responsibility for health care of people in all walks of life; and to promote and encourage participation in community affairs and activities towards healthcare and the resolution of related social issues.

New England Tech Golf Club
Advisor: AUT Instructor, Robert Kennedy, rkennedy@neit.edu
Join the NEIT Golf Club if you would like to play golf, learn to play golf, or improve your golf game. The golf club meets weekly to play on a 9 hole course, and will play through December (weather permitting). This offers a great opportunity to meet students from different technologies.

New England Tech Pit Crew Club Meeting
Advisor: AUT Instructor, Daniel Perry, dperry@neit.edu
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to work with a real race team pit crew? The New England Tech Pit Crew Club allows you to experience the excitement of racing while gaining hands-on training. You can play an important part in a team’s success this year.
PLEASE NOTE: Students who have signed up for the club by contacting Dan Perry can meet Dan and the club members on Saturday nights between 4 – 7 pm at Seekonk Speedway. Students who have not signed up for the club must contact Dan prior to going to Seekonk Speedway to participate. (Seasonal Club: May – October)

Phi Theta Kappa – International Honor Society
Advisor: OTA Assistant Professor, Rebecca Simon, rsimon@neit.edu
Co-Advisor: Assistant Provost, Karen Arnold, karnold@neit.edu
Co-Advisor: Student Activities Coordinator, Melissa Hague, mhague@neit.edu
Phi Theta Kappa membership at NEIT is open to students who have completed a minimum of 24 quarter credits with a GPA of 3.8 or above in the Associate Degree program. As a member, your academic excellence will be recognized with the Golden Key Membership Pin, membership certificate, identification card, notation of membership on your diploma and transcripts, and the privilege of wearing regalia at graduation that identifies you as a Phi Theta Kappa member.

Quadricycle Club

Advisor: MCT Instructor, Christopher Vasconcelos, cvasconcelos@neit.edu

Join the Quadricycle Club if you have an interest in engineering, manufacturing, and building Henry Ford’s first automobile, the Quadricycle. Club activities include interpreting engineering drawings, solid modeling using SolidWorks software, machining metal, basic carpentry work, electrical wiring, welding, and assembly. 

Respiratory Care Club
Advisor:
Assistant Professor, Department Chair, Paul Mangino, pmangino@neit.edu

The Respiratory Care Club gives members the opportunity to plan and get involved in extracurricular and social activities pertaining to respiratory care, learn about current respiratory care trends in the profession and community, and meet other students and people with a common interest. 

Rotaract Club
Advisor: ST Assistant Professor, Deb Lundin, dlundin@neit.edu

The NEIT Rotaract Club is affiliated by the East Greenwich Rotary Club. Join the NEIT Rotaract Club if you have an interest in community service and want to develop your leadership and professional skills. Club members will have the opportunity to interact with Rotary business leaders and to volunteer at some of the EG Rotary Club’s events. Participation in this club would look great on your resume 

SkillsUSA
Advisor: Manager of Admissions Outreach and Events, Erin Flynn, eflynn@neit.edu
SkillsUSA is one of the largest student-run leadership organizations in the country dedicated to technical high school and college students. Students participating in SkillsUSA develop organizational skills, leadership skills, and team building skills. For more information about SkillsUSA please visit www.skillsusa.org.

SOTA (Student Occupational Therapy Association)
Advisor: OTA Assistant Professor, Mary Brinson, mbrinson@neit.edu
SOTA is a national organization open to all students enrolled in the Occupational Therapy program at NEIT. SOTA members have an opportunity to meet new people, learn more about occupational therapy, and increase awareness about current issues in the profession. SOTA plans fund-raising and social events throughout the year.

Student Physical Therapist Assistant Club
Advisor: PTA Lab Assistant, Roseanne Hammond, rchammond@neit.edu
Join the Physical Therapy Assistant Student Club if you are interested in enriching and broadening your views and knowledge of the field of Physical Therapy and the role of the PTA in the medical field, and participating in community service opportunities and community/campus activities which promote awareness of physical therapy.

Tech Radio
Advisor: VAP/DRA Instructor, Paul Perry, pperry@neit.edu
Tech Radio is an on-campus radio station. This club allows students to improve their radio skills and learn how a radio station operates. Students may go on-air live or use prerecorded segments. The Tech Radio Club also has positions available for off-air talent.

Tech Records
Advisor: VAP/DRA Associate Professor, Jamie Locke, jlocke@neit.edu
Join The Tech Records Club if you are interested in gaining practical experience in producing and recording music.

Veterinary Technology Club
Advisor: VET Associate Professor, Amy Butzier abutzier@neit.edu
The Veterinary Technology Club promotes the profession of veterinary technology, provides extracurricular and social activities for students and benefits animals in need through community service.

Video and Animation Club 

Advisors:

VAP/DRA Assistant, Mike Davis mdavis@neit.edu & Instructor, Matt Morin morin@neit.edu
The Video and Animation Club provides students the opportunity to produce student-generated visual productions outside of the classroom. The types of projects that will be produced include short films and animations, submissions for contests, productions for other campus departments, and local news stories.  This club allows students to improve their video production skills.

New England Tech Hits The Track

On Saturday, May 25 New England Tech students, faculty, and staff are invited to attend a race at Seekonk Speedway, free of charge!

NETech Camaro

During the event, the New England Tech Camaro will be on the track during the National Anthem, and New England Tech students will be working on the pit crew.

To gain complimentary admittance, students, faculty, and staff should show their New England Tech ID (or a New England Tech business card) at the gates.

The gates open at 4pm and the race will begin at 6pm. In the event of rain, please check the Seekonk Speedway web site or Facebook page for cancellation.  Raindate will be Saturday, June 1st.

Seekonk Speedway 1710 Fall River Avenue Seekonk, MA 02771