The Library Presents: Economic Espionage

The New England Tech Library will host Carmin Nigro, Special Agent, FBI Boston Counterintelligence Strategic Partnership Coordinator on November 4, 2015.  Nigro will show FBI produced short film based on an actual case, The Company Man: Protecting America’s Secrets.  After viewing the film there will be a discussion about our national security risk.

From FBI website: Economic Espionage

Economic espionage is a problem that costs the American economy billions of dollars annually and puts our national security at risk.

To raise awareness of the issue, the FBI and the National Counterintelligence and Security Center have launched a nationwide campaign and released a short film aimed at educating anyone with a trade secret about the threat and how they can help mitigate it. Based on an actual case, The Company Man: Protecting America’s Secrets illustrates how one U.S. company was targeted by foreign actors and how that company worked with the FBI to resolve the problem and bring the perpetrators to justice.

Economic Espionage

New England Ghosts and Good Spirits on 10/29

Paul Eno and Ben Eno to speak at NEIT
Thursday, October 29th, 7 p.m.

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Paul and Ben Eno

…sinister interest in the paranormal, and why?
What do your own paranormal experiences really mean?

These and other mind-expanding questions will be on the table as Paul & Ben Eno, co-hosts of CBS Radio’s and 1240 AM’s “Behind the Paranormal with Paul & Ben Eno” present famous cases from their combined 55 years of experience, at the East Greenwich campus of the New England Institute of Technology on Thursday, Oct, 29, 7pm.

Their “What’s Really Behind the Paranormal” program will take listeners through Paul Eno’s first shocking investigations, including the chilling “Village of Voices” case of 1971, the world-famous Bridgeport Poltergeist of 1974 (with Ed & Lorraine Warren), up to the bizarre and ongoing Connecticut paranormal flap that started with ghosts in 2005 and now involves UFOs, the military and a secret base. Other Eno cases from America and Europe will be included.

After the program, there will be a “Meet and Greet” in the New England Tech library.

For more information on the presentation,
contact Librarian
Anthony Loffredio @ 739-5000, x3578

For more information about the Enos, visit www.behindtheparanormal.com/.

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“Behind the Paranormal with Paul & Ben Eno” is in its eighth season and has been compared in quality with shows on National Public Radio. It aired on CBS Radio in Boston, Pittsburgh, Detroit and Seattle from 2009-2014, and is now heard in a Boston/Providence drive-time edition on Mondays on WOON 1240 AM, streaming live at ONWorldwide.com and in delayed broadcast on Dark Matters Radio. A regular on “Coast to Coast AM” with George Noory and a familiar face on the History and Travel Channels, Paul Eno is the author of six books on the paranormal. He and Ben starred in “The Devil’s Hour,” a Warner Brothers featurette that accompanied the 2013 release of “The Conjuring.”
Brief Biography of Paul Eno and his son, Ben Eno

Noted Author, Radio Personality, Journalist and Paranormal Investigator PAUL ENO will speak and present a powerpoint on his more than 45 years of paranormal investigations.  Paul has had “hair-raising adventures with famous hauntings, along with utterly unique, riveting theories about paranormal and its meaning for our understanding of the world and ourselves.”

Paul & Ben Eno are best known as the father-son co-hosts of the CBS Radio and WOON 1240 Boston/Worcester/Providence drive-time show “Behind the Paranormal,” with an estimated 3 million listeners. But with a combined 55 years of experience as paranormal researchers, they are far more than talk-show hosts.

Paul was one of the first paranormal investigators of the early 1970s, beginning while he was studying for the priesthood. His early mentors included parapsychology pioneer Dr. Louisa Rhine, Fr. John J. Nicola S.J. (technical advisor for the film The Exorcist) and legendary, first-generation “ghost hunters” Ed & Lorraine Warren. He graduated from two seminaries but was expelled from a third because of his paranormal work with less than two years to go before ordination. He ended up as an award-winning New England journalist and the author of five books on the paranormal and two books on history.

Early on, Paul found that many ghost cases, if thoroughly researched, turned into UFO cases. This led to theories and methods involving never-before-suspected connections between ghosts, cryptids and UFOs.

Ben Eno joined his dad’s adventures in 2005 at the age of 13, demonstrating some unique insights and, at 16, becoming the youngest syndicated broadcaster in America. Ben is a sound expert and is a recent graduate of Emerson College in Boston with a degree in audio engineering and sound design.

NEIT Library teams up with Steam Ship Historical Society

SteamShip HistoricalSteam Ship Historical Society of America (SSHSA) has teamed up with New England Institute of Technology’s library in creating an exhibit to show off some of SSHSA’s collections and the maritime technology programs at NEIT.

One aspect of the exhibit is a brief overview of marine engines, from walking beam steam engines to nuclear power.  Stay tuned as we develop more programs around this exhibit!

Source: The Steamship Historical Society

Save the Date: Maritime Lecture

Summer, Marine Tech and Steamships!

Maritime Display in the Library!

The New England Institute of Technology and the Steamship Historical Society of America (SSHSA) have collaborated to bring you a fascinating display in the NEIT Library, East Greenwich campus. SSHSA is the world’s leading organization dedicated to recording, preserving and disseminating the history of engine-powered vessels. SSHSA is newly located in the former NEIT library, 2500 Post Road, Warwick, RI 02886.

This display features the NEIT Marine Technology program and maritime activities with artifacts from the Steamship Historical Society of America and books from the NEIT Library print collection.

Maritime Lecture in the Media Presentation Theater!

Also, save the date, Wednesday, 7/29/15 and come to the Media Presentation Theater at New England Tech to hear Eric Goetz speak on the evolution and history of composite boats. Eric Goetz is a builder of sailing vessels used in the America’s Cup, owner of Goetz Custom Boats, and co-founder of the Resolute Racing Shells Company and Chief Technology Officer at Composite Energy Technologies. Eric has been known throughout his career as a leader in boatbuilding technology and was one of the first builders to use carbon fiber to increase stiffness and remove weight from racing sailing vessels.

This lecture begins 7/29/2015 at 6:00pm, is free and open to the public.

‘The Tillinghast Nightmare’ presented by NEIT Library

Tillinghast Nightmare