NHTI graduates more than 550 students
NHTI graduates head into a large white tent for the start of the 63rd Commencement Exercise. NHTI, Concord's Community College, awarded associate degrees to more than 550 students Friday. The graduates head into a large white tent for the start of the 63rd Commence-ment Exercise. It was standing room only as a crowd estimated at more than 2,000 attended the graduation ceremony, many applauding as the graduates made their entrance. Pat Grossmith/ Union Leader (Pat Grossmith/Union Leader)
"Academically she was a standout, and clinically she was stellar," Kilchenstein said.
The graduates were also addressed by Senate President Chad Johnson of Concord, the winner of the Institute Leadership Team Award, who earned his degree in information technology; Kathryn Schmelzer of Tilton, who earned her degree in early childhood education, received the President's Award for Outstanding Citizenship and was president of the college's chapter of Phi Beta Kappa; and Taylor Parent of Derry, a business administration major and incoming president of the Student Senate, who spoke on behalf of the Student Senate which received the Capital Award.
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