NSF Awards Grant to NYIT Professor for Workshop on Gaming and Therapy
Arkansas Higher Education Board Certifies New NYIT Medical School Site in Jonesboro
Medical Students Transition from Classroom to Clinic
NYIT Awards Research Grants
NYIT’s M.S. in Instructional Technology Approved in Abu Dhabi
NYIT Gallery 61 presents an exhibition of mobile phone images by faculty, staff, and students.
The Friends of the School of Architecture and Design have organized a 3-part Lecture Series that will be held at the de Seversky Mansion. The series will focus on Mansions of Long Island and their Owner-Patrons of the Arts.
NYIT Gallery 61 is pleased to announce this exhibition (October 6th-27th) where the use of geometric forms of various and unexpected materials is the common theme of the show. Some of the artists are inspired by architectural structures; others by the hard edges of geometric abstraction softened and humanized by the irregularities of texture inherent in materials and construction techniques.
This first architecture and design lecture of the semester will delve into a collaborative project by NYIT architecture professors and students who are researching bottle roofing, a system for reusing plastic bottles to build roofs in developing nations. It will be presented by Jason Van Nest, associate professor of architectural building technology, and Farzana Gandhi, visiting assistant professor of architecture, on Thursday, Sept. 22, 6:30 p.m. at 16 W. 61st St., 11th floor auditorium, NYIT-Manhattan.
Interior design student and volleyball player Melanie Li Foo Wing, winner of the 2011 Senior Student Scholarship Award, worth $30,000, from the Angelo Donghia Foundation, is profiled in the article "Courting Success" in the Summer 2011 issue of NYIT Magazine.
Architecture student David Duong is president of the Student Government Association (SGA) at NYIT-Manhattan for the second-straight year. He was featured in the first Student Update of the Fall 2011 semester.
Assistant Professor of Architecture Tobias Holler was awarded the Presidential Technology Award for his use of technology in research and creative expression at NYIT's 2011 Convocation.
Three interior design students - Amanda Burke, Jacquelyn Lagravinese, and Jessica Slefko - earned recognition in honor of the Brendalyn Stempel 2nd Annual Scholarship Awards presented on June 16 at a luncheon sponsored by the departments of Development and Interior Design.
Interior design student Jessica Shields was selected to receive the NEWH Nielsen Scholarship in the amount of $5,000 for the 2011-12 school year.
The Friends of NYIT School of Architecture and Design have announced their 2011/2012 graduating scholarship opportunity. All students (including interior design majors) must be in their last year of a 4- or 5-year architectural program and have a 3.0 cumulative GPA. To apply, students should complete an application and submit a brief essay by the deadline May 31, 2011.