Category: mechanical engineering

Sheila Palmer named Assistant Professor

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Sheila Palmer has joined the Mechanical Engineering Technology Department. She comes to NEIT from Barrington Christian Academy, where she was a Science and Math teacher […]

Annie Unger named Instructor, Mechanical Engineering Technology

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In March, 2014, Annie Unger was hired as a Physics instructor and has transitioned to teaching in the Mechanical Engineering Technology Department. Annie has spent […]

New Scholarship Established

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NEIT is pleased to announce that the Precision Metalforming Association (PMA) – New England District has generously established a $2500 scholarship in honor of Bob […]

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 […]

Rolls Royce To Use 3D Printing To Create Jet Engine Parts

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Aerospace company Rolls Royce has announced that they’re looking into developing jet engines using the highly popular 3D printing method. The thought process behind using […]

Spotlight On New England Tech Quadricycle Club

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New 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 […]

Three Million Open Jobs by 60 Minutes

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The following snippets are taken from the transcript of a 60 Minutes segment, “Three Million Open Jobs”, which aired on Nov. 11, 2012. Byron Pitts […]