Presidential Technology Awards: Past Recipients

Presidential Technology Awards

2013 Recipients: Presidential Technology AwardsPresidential Technology Awards. 2013 recipients.

Pictured (from left) are: Jim Martinez , co-winner for engaged teaching and learning by full-time faculty; Monique Taylor, who accepted an award on behalf of Vesna Zeljkovic , winner for student engagement in global education; Raddy Ramos, winner for student engagement in research and scholarship; President Edward Guiliano; Lynn Rogoff, winner for engaged teaching and learning by part-time faculty; John Hyde and Amy Bravo, co-winners for student engagement by professional staff; and Richard Meyers, co-winner for engaged teaching and learning by full-time faculty.

Read President Guiliano's full speech.

2012 Recipients: Presidential Technology AwardsPresidential Technology Awards. 2012 recipients.

Pictured (from left) are: Young Ra winner for use of technology in the service for students, Jason Van Nest, winner for use of technology in research and/or creative exoression, Victoria Southard, D.H.S., winner for excellence in the teaching and process for full-time faculty, Karen Friel, D.H.S., winner for excellence in the teaching and process for full-time faculty.

Read President Guiliano's full speech.

2011 Recipients: Presidential Technology AwardsPresidential Technology Awards. 2011 recipients.

Pictured (from left) are: Tobias Holler, winner for using technology in research and/or creative expression; Monika Schueren, winner for using technology in the service of students; David Hogsette, winner for technology in the teaching and learning process for full-time faculty; President Edward Guiliano; Dave Voci, winner for using technology in the teaching and learning process for part-time faculty; Ranja Roy, winner for first-time use of online or other technological resources in the teaching and learning process; Provost Rahmat Shoureshi

Read President Guiliano's full speech, including why the video game Angry Birds is integral to his vision.

2010 Recipients: Presidential Technology AwardsPresidential Technology Awards. 2010 recipients.

Pictured (from left) are: Allan William Martin, assistant professor of architecture, Technology in the Teaching and Learning Process for Full-Time Faculty; George Lancer, adjunct professor of mathematics, Technology in the Teaching and Learning Process for Part-Time Faculty; Guy Hildebrandt, Registrar, on behalf of the Office of the Registrar, Technology in the Service of Students; President Guiliano; Hui-Yin Hsu, coordinator of the College Reading Placement Program and assistant professor in the School of Education, The Use of Technology in Research and/or Creative Expression; and Daniel Quigley, associate professor of English, First-Time Use of Online or Other Technological Resources in the Teaching and Learning Process.

Presidential Excellence Awards

Starting in 2004, and concluding in 2009, NYIT honored at Convocation the outstanding achievements of faculty and staff through the Presidential Excellence Awards. In 2010, these became the Presidential Technology Awards.

2009 Recipients: Presidential Excellence AwardsPresidential Excellence Awards. 2009 recipients.

Pictured are (from left): Bruce Baek, adjunct professor of communication arts, Outstanding Achievement in Adjunct Teaching; Zennabelle Sewell, associate dean of campus life at the Manhattan campus and director of first-year programs, Outstanding Achievement in Service; President Guiliano; Matthew Chang, professor of physics, Outstanding Achievement in Full-Time Teaching; and Peter Voci, professor of fine arts, Outstanding Achievement in Scholarship or Creative Expression.

2008 Recipients: Presidential Excellence AwardsPresidential Excellence Awards. 2008 recipients.

Pictured at left are: Lori Kamen (M.A. '05), manager, Office of Communications and Marketing, Outstanding Achievement in Service and Nikos Solounias, professor of anatomy, Outstanding Achievement in Scholarship or Creative Expression. Pictured at right: Gary Stephens, professor of English, Outstanding Achievement in Full-Time Teaching. Not pictured: Diane Neff, adjunct associate professor of architecture, Outstanding Achievement in Adjunct Teaching.

2007 Recipients: Presidential Excellence AwardsPresidential Excellence Awards. 2007 recipients.

Pictured are (from left): Michael Gregorek, adjunct professor of communication arts and social science, College of Arts and Sciences (Outstanding Achievement in Adjunct Teaching); Alice Burke, director of counseling and wellness services, Office of Student Affairs (Outstanding Achievement in Service); President Edward Guiliano; Diamando Afxentiou, associate dean of management, School of Management (Outstanding Achievement in Full-Time Teaching); and Brian Hallas, professor of basic sciences, New York College of Osteopathic Medicine (Outstanding Achievement in Scholarship or Creative Expression).

2006 Recipients: Presidential Excellence AwardsPresidential Excellence Awards. 2006 recipients.

Pictured are (from left): Marcia Singer, associate dean of students for the Old Westbury campus, Office of Student Affairs (Outstanding Achievement in Service); Basilio Monteiro, adjunct professor of communication arts, College of Arts and Sciences (Outstanding Achievement in Adjunct Teaching); Richard Dibble, director of the Center for Labor and Industrial Relations and professor of labor management, School of Management (Outstanding Achievement in Full-Time Teaching); Luis Navia, chair of the Old Westbury campus Department of Social Sciences and professor of philosophy, College of Arts and Sciences (Outstanding Achievement in Scholarship or Creative Expression); and President Edward Guiliano.

2005 Recipients: Presidential Excellence AwardsPresidential Excellence Awards. 2005 recipients.

Pictured are (from left): Luis Navia, professor of philosophy and chair of the social sciences department, College of Arts and Sciences (Outstanding Achievement in Full-Time Teaching); Renise Rosen, associate registrar, Office of the Registrar (Outstanding Achievement in Service); President Edward Guiliano; Gail Feinzig, adjunct professor of English, College of Arts and Sciences (Outstanding Achievement in Adjunct Teaching); and Stanley Silverman, professor of education and director of Technology-Based Learning Systems, School of Education (Outstanding Achievement in Scholarship or Creative Expression).

2004 Recipients: Presidential Excellence AwardsPresidential Excellence Awards. 2004 recipients.

Pictured are (from left): President Edward Guiliano; Arthur Strassle, adjunct professor, School of Education (Outstanding Achievement in Adjunct Teaching); Celia Prieto, associate dean of transfer evaluations (Outstanding Achievement in Service); Herbert Fox, professor, School of Engineering and Computing Sciences (Outstanding Achievement in Scholarship or Creative Expression); and Edward Kafrissen, professor, School of Engineering and Computing Sciences (Outstanding Achievement in Full-Time Teaching).

 
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