On March 10, 2016, the Career Services Office held its annual Technology Career Expo (TechXpo) on the East Greenwich Campus. This event is the largest career event that the college hosts, with hundreds of representatives attending from companies across the region and beyond. This year the event was geared towards students and alumni from Business … [Read more...] about TechXpo 2016 Attracts Over 75 Companies and Hundreds of Students and Alumni
Exciting News from DegreeMatch.org: New England Institute of Technology has been identified as having one of the best small colleges for ISTP Myers-Briggs personality types in our recent ranking. The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Test (MBTI) is the most common personality measure in the United States. A student with the ISTP personality type is … [Read more...] about New England Tech Ranked One of the Best Small Colleges
The Electrical Engineering Technology department has completed the installation of its new Lab-Volt® 3531 Process Control Training System. The equipment, which was purchased through a $117,000 grant from the Champlin Foundations, was installed in the department’s Automation Lab located in room S351. The training system will be used by both … [Read more...] about Automation Lab Features New Training Equipment
Travis Wilson is a 6th quarter student in NEIT’s Associate in Science degree program in Electrical Technology (ELY). Eddie DiPasquale is a 3rd quarter student in the Bachelor of Science degree program in Electrical Engineering Technology. Both ELY tutors, Travis and Eddie designed a Power Factor Correction test stand to be used for lab … [Read more...] about Student Tutors Hard At Work
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 education from Northeastern University. Previously, he received both a Master of Science degree as well as a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from the … [Read more...] about Congratulations, Dr. Sherman!
Wow. I can't believe it has been five years already. Seems like yesterday the wind turbine was being put up. Check out this nice story from the Providence Journal about our wind turbine. A view from Warwick: Wind turbine generates energy and curiosity By DONITA NAYLOR The Providence Journal When the wind turbine just off Route … [Read more...] about A view from Warwick: Wind turbine generates energy and curiosity