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The Community Service Center in Manhattan hosted a red carpet event at NYIT's AOB on Friday, November 8th, where they screened the breathtaking documentary HOME by Yann Arthus-Bertrand. Read more...
Meet the students and faculty/staff members who were selected for NYIT's 2014 Alternative Spring Break in Ecuador!
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Looking to have the experience of a lifetime and improve others' lives? You'll have the chance if selected for NYIT's 2014 Alternative Spring Break Program. Read more.
Pictured are NYIT staff members with keynote speaker Samuel Ratcliffe, Ph.D., president-elect of the National Association of Colleges and Employers, who led an assessment workshop on Aug. 19 in Manhattan. From left to right: Amy Bravo, assistant dean, career services; John Hyde, dean, career services; Ratcliffe; and Yvonne Harrison, associate director, career services.
Nearly 70 higher education professionals gathered on Aug. 19 for a daylong workshop on outcomes-based assessment at NYIT-Manhattan. Guest speaker Samuel Ratcliffe, Ph.D., president-elect of the National Association of Colleges and Employers, discussed strategizing, measuring, and reporting learning outcomes. His audience included student affairs personnel from NYIT as well as nearby universities and colleges.
"How clearly aligned is the work you're doing with institutional priorities and goals" asked Ratcliffe to his audience. "We must step back and shape our story through a stakeholder lens."
His presentation discussed changes in the higher education field and how they are shaping the need for new assessment strategies. Ratcliffe explained the 3M approach to developing successful learning outcomes, which calls for them to be meaningful, measurable, and manageable.
"If you're going to do assessment, do it well because you will be redirecting most of your resources, especially your time," he advised.
Led by R. Samuel Ratcliffe, Ph.D. NACE President Elect 2013 - 2014Join us in a simple, easy to understand, assessment workshop for Student Affairs Personnel on Monday, Aug. 19, 2013Sam_Radcliffe_webpdf.pdf
Representatives from Career Services accepted a national Best Practices award from the Cooperative Education and Internship Association (CEIA) on April 16, 2013 for the Internship Certificate Program. As Cooperative Education and Internship professionals, we are frequently tasked to develop innovative solutions to a variety of program issues and problems. The purpose of the CEIA's Best Practice Award is to spotlight these new approaches and their application to other programs nationwide. Read more..