TEDx Explores Harmonic Tectonics
TEDx Explores Harmonic Tectonics
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TEDxNYIT: Creating Harmony in a World Experiencing Tectonic Shifts
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NYIT Engineering Professor Wins NIH Grant for Robotics Research
Interdisciplinary Studies Career Panel
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“The Year of Turkey 2014” - The Heritage of Turkish Art: Opening Reception
“The Year of Turkey 2014” - The Heritage of Turkish Art: Exhibition
Relay for Life Interest Meeting
Members of the NYIT community are invited to attend the New York premiere of Modern Tide: Midcentury Architecture on Long Island, on Thursday, June 7, 6-9 p.m. at the Center for Architecture, 536 LaGuardia Place, New York City. The documentary film explores work by the region's best post-war architects and designers and features rare archival material and striking cinematography to highlight Long Island's underrated Modernist architectural treasures. It is a project of Design Onscreen - The Initiative for Architecture and Design on Film, a nonprofit foundation dedicated to producing, promoting, and preserving quality films on architecture and design. Among the architects and historians who provide commentary in the film are NYIT architecture professors Frederick Bentel and Frances Campani.
The School of Architecture and Design awarded 362 degrees to students at NYIT's 51st annual commencement on May 20 in Old Westbury, N.Y. Graduate Shannon Pearce (pictured to the right of President Guiliano) received her Bachelor of Architecture at the ceremony and served as one of three student marshals. Read more about the college journey of another 2012 graduate, Jamie Pagliaroli, who also received her Bachelor of Architecture.
View the latest photo gallery of images capturing the experiences of the NYIT School of Architecture and Design at the SaloneSatellite Exhibition, April 17-22 at the Milan Furniture Fair in Italy.
"Recycling in Costa Rica" by Assistant Professor of Architecture Tobias Holler is one of the latest blog posts for Metropolis Magazine, a leading publication for architecture and interior design. He discusses NYIT's multidisciplinary project to build a recycling and education center in Nosara, Costa Rica. Read the article.
NYIT students from the School of Architecture and Design are using their flair for sustainable design to transform a Long Island boxing gym into an Olympic-worthy community destination for fitness and health education. On May 7, they presented their design for the renovation and expansion of an existing Police Athletic League (PAL) boxing gym in Freeport, N.Y., to the town's mayor Andrew Hardwick. The PAL boxing program is run by Freeport native Joe Higgins, who has been training young men and women as boxers for amateur Golden Glove and Olympic competitions for several years. Some of his boxers will be contenders in the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. Strong academic performance, proper nutrition, and athletic discipline are the foundation of the gym's training program. View a photo gallery of architectural renderings of the design by NYIT students.
In two weeks, NYIT architecture and engineering students have raised more than the target number of $15,000 from 130 supporters on kickstarter.com to fund their trip to Nosara, Costa Rica, this summer to build a recycling and education center. Their efforts continue, with a new goal to reach $24,000 by Monday, May 21. The additional money will be used to support student travel, ground transportation, expensive specialty film equipment needed to shoot during the rainy season, and—best of all—one third of the funds raised above the initial goal will go to the local community as a cash donation to purchase construction materials for the project. Thank you to the NYIT community for its support!
NYIT students impressed judges at the New York State Business Plan Competition on April 26 with their pitch for a water-bottle roofing system, an ongoing research project of NYIT's School of Architecture and Design. The interdisciplinary team, including architecture students Brian Strydom and Ishaan Kumar, won the $1,000 Judges' Choice Award. Their presentation stood out among tough competition from other teams, including those pitching doctoral work. Students were coached by faculty mentors Jason Van Nest, assistant professor of architecture; Michele Bertomen, associate professor of architecture; and Farzana Gandhi, visiting assistant professor of architecture.
A team of 25 NYIT architecture and engineering students have launched a fundraising campaign on kickstarter.com to raise $15,000 by Monday, May 21 for their trip to Costa Rica this summer to build a community-run recycling and education center. Money raised will help fund their living expenses while in Costa Rica from July 1 to Aug. 31, and cover the cost of a professional documentary about the project. Learn more about the project at a film screening and reception on Thursday, May 3, 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the NYIT Auditorium on Broadway, Manhattan campus. Read more, follow them on Facebook, and check out kickstarter.com.
New York Eleven is a collaboration of 12 prestigious New York state educational institutions offering four-year programs or more in interior design. Each year, the exhibit showcases the projects and accomplishments of their students. This year's showcase is "Interior Design: Raising the Bar." NYIT interior design students featured in this year's exhibit in Albany and Manhattan include Dawn Bunyon, Meagen Carcano, Nicole DeVito, and Nicole Puma.
An interdisciplinary team of NYIT architecture, engineering, and M.B.A. students will compete for more than $150K in prizes at the New York State Business Plan Competition on April 26 in Albany, N.Y. They will pitch a business plan for using recycled soda bottles as roofing material. Read more.