Category: Electrical Engineering

Congratulations, Dr. Sherman!

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The New England Tech community extends sincere congratulations to Douglas H. Sherman, Ed.D., Senior Vice President and Provost. Doug recently earned his doctorate degree in […]

The $140,000-a-Year Welding Job – WSJ

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This is a great story in the Wall Street Journal which showcases high paying careers that are often overlooked. This isn’t really news to us. […]

RI robot maker building a bridge over workforce skills gap

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New England Institute of Technology’s (NEIT) NEW Associate Degree program in Advanced Manufacturing Technology has been developed in conjunction with companies like Yushin America to […]

Welcome, Liz Robberson

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Liz Robberson has joined NEIT’s Office of Student Support Services with an extensive background in career counseling. She previously served as the School to Career […]

Electrical Engineers are in Demand

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The first cohort from NEIT’s Bachelor of Science degree program in Electrical Engineering Technology (ELT) graduated in May, 2014. This program was designed as a […]

Faculty News: New Electrical Instructor

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Edmund “Ted” Borges, Instructor Electrical Technology Ted Borges comes to New England Tech with a wealth of experience in the industrial controls industry. Ted started […]

New material could make smartphones paper thin

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This looks like really exciting new technology that could really change not only smartphones but could have endless possibilities! From TheTechGets.com We’ve been hearing about […]