NYIT Gardeners Enjoy First Harvest
NYIT Gardeners Enjoy First Harvest
NYIT’s Caccavale, DiDonna Named Capital One Academic All-America
NYIT Researchers: Positive Connection Between Cardiac Health and Thyroid Hormones
Multi-Campus Undergraduate Energy Minor to Enhance STEM Learning
NYIT Expert: Physician Shortage Threatens Healthcare
From Working the Room to Shaping Your Career: Network Your Way to Professional Success
Red Ribbon Campaign to Pledge for a Safe Holiday
Green Careers Information Session
Internship Certificate Program - Orientation II
Volleyball vs. Dowling at NCAA DII East Regional
On March 11, 2011, from 2:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. at New York Institute of Technology's, Gallery 61 (NYC), there will be an exhibit of approximately 100 professional Japanese artist living in the New York area. WE ARE ONE features artworks donated by Japanese artists living in New York to support the people in Japan. Our mission is to raise money to help with the relief efforts of the Japan Earthquake and Nuclear Crisis, and spread awareness of what has happened, and what we can do among the international community. We have art donations of paintings, drawings, mixed media, prints, and photography. All donated artworks will be sold at a reasonable price and 100% of the proceeds will go to the Japan Society's "Japan Earthquake Relief Fund".
The School of Architecture and Design has student work, from the recent NAAB accreditation visit on display in Education Hall. Please stop by to see the incredible projects and models created by NYIT's future architects. The work is quite impressive and was most helpful in demonstrating the required standards necessary to meet the criteria set forth by the National Architectural Accrediting Board.
Students from the School of Architecture and Design traveled this January to the Dominican Republic to research site information for a school design with the Hostos Dream Project, Inc. NYIT students have been working with the charitable organization to develop plans for a modular school made from shipping containers. Their model school design promotes self-sustainability by using recycled materials in construction, harvesting solar energy for daily needs, and teaching farming to nourish the pupils.
Professor Burton L. Roslyn has been elected to the 2011 College of Fellows. Professor Roslyn has been an assistant professor in the School of Architecture and Design since 2002. He has taught such courses as Contract Management and Environmental Site Planning. Out of a total AIA membership of over 80,000 there are fewer than 2,700 members distinguished with this honor.
The Hostos Dream Project, a non-profit organization that focuses on improving the quality of education and environmental conservation within the Dominican Republic, is developing a new paradigm for primary and secondary education in the country. Students in NYIT’s School of Architecture and Design, under the guidance of Michele Bertomen, associate professor of architecture, are responsible for completing a site plan and prototype design for the first school being developed. Students will implement the design in collaboration with architects in the Dominican Republic.
The Angelo Donghia Foundation, a not-for-profit organization, has announced twelve winners of its 2010 Student Scholarship Program in Interior Design including NYIT interior design student, Adam Loporto.
A group of NYIT designers have joined forces as a collective, entering the architecture competition to overhaul and functionally recast Le Palais de Justice, also known as the Brussels Courthouse.
Interior Design students; Amanda D’Orazio, Adam Loporto, Jennie Sandahl and Adalgisa Zeppetelli are the first recipients of this newly offered scholarship award.
The Friends of NYIT's School of Architecture and Design awarded interior design student, Laura Zanghi with a scholarship.
Build a Better Burb
NYIT faculty and alumni are finalists in a global design competition focusing on suburban Long Island, New York. See more about Building a Better Burb.