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Ott in The Chronicle of Higher Ed: They're Transfer Students, Not Cash Cows
Mar 18, 2013

"Colleges, as businesses, have a responsibility to be forthcoming on costs to their students as consumers," writes Alexander Ott, Ph.D., associate dean for academic support and enrollment serivces, and co-author Bruce Cooper in The Chronicle of Higher Education. "With transfer-credit information in hand before paying a deposit, students can make a well-informed comparison of institutions...Transfer students have a need -- and we would argue, a right -- to know how many credits they will receive before they must financially commit to the institution. After all, it's their time and their money."

 
Haar on Energy Drinks
Mar 10, 2013

"Because energy drinks are classified as health supplements, sale is permitted until enough people have serious side effects," says School of Health Professions Director of Interdisciplinary Health Sciences Mindy Haar in Your Teen. The article, "Energy Drinks and Teens: Safe? Not So Much," notes the rise in teen and young adult emergency room visits for problems associated with energy drinks. 

 
Patients Need Caregivers to Listen, Provide Targeted Follow-Up Care
Feb 21, 2013
nursing zone

“Patients want to be heard and be considered a valued member of their health care team,” says Sue Neville, Ph.D., RN, NYIT associate professor and chair of the department of nursing, in Nursezone.com. "Attentive listening is a crucial communication strategy that is embedded in clinical practice." Neville also notes that patients require care after they return home from a facility. "Patients are being discharged 'quicker and sicker' back into the community. Patients want targeted follow-up care to assist them in attaining their optimum level of health and wellness."

 
Student Michelle Messenger wins Engineering Essay Contest
Feb 14, 2013

"This school definitely encourages women to enter the engineering field, and makes them feel like they can be whomever they choose in a male-dominated world," says School of Engineering and Computing Sciences Dean Nada Marie Anid, Ph.D. in The Island Now, Anid's remarks accompany an interview with NYIT freshman Michelle Messenger, winner of an annual contest designed to recognize women studying engineering or computer science. Messenger hops to work on devices that will help people walk or see again. "Plenty of engineers create impressive robots or complicated progams," says Messenger, "but my goal is to help people who are struggling."

 
Job Opportunities Lead Students to Select Certain Majors
Feb 13, 2013
long island business news

Area colleges are experiencing growth in programs that result in higher employment opportunities, according to a report in Long Island Business News. NYIT Associate Dean of Admissions Troy Miller and Associate Dean of Academic Support and Enrollment Services Alexander Ott, Ph.D., note that NYIT has enjoyed increases in applications to its School of Health Professions and School of Engineering and Computing Sciences.

"We're focusing more attention in recruiting in these areas because they're hot," Miller says. Ott adds that health care is "a steady, secure field" which translates into higher enrollment in occupational therapy and health sciences programs. The increase in area startups and growth in the biotech industry has also led to higher enrollment in electrical and computer engineering and computer science programs, says Ott. 

 
Bernard Letter to The Times in Response to "My Valuable, Cheap College Degree" Op-Ed
Feb 01, 2013

In a letter published in The New York Times, College of Arts and Sciences Associate Professor Cathy Bernard comments on Arthur C. Brooks' op-ed about his online education. "I suspect that some of Mr. Brooks's success when he returned to school in his late 20s may be attributed to another factor: he had spent 10 years living life, becoming a muscian and traveling abroad. These experiences probably taught him more than college courses ever could, and enabled him to return to his studies with one critical ingredient for college success: the desire to learn."

 
Gasti on NYT Hackers: Sophisticated, Skilled, and Difficult to Defend Against
Feb 01, 2013
voice of america

School of Engineering and Computing Sciences Assistant Professor Paolo Gasti, Ph.D.  tells Voice of America that the attack on computer systems of The New York Times resembled sophisticated hacks carried out by the Chinese military. The hackers in the New York Times case attempted to hide their identify by going through university computers, says Gasti, a network security expert. "It was definitely performed by very skilled individuals," says Gasti.

"They used very sophisticated techniques. They tried to hide their tracks, and of course they had a very high-level target." Adds Gasti: "If you're defending, you have to close all possible holes (in the system), while if you're attacking, you just have to find one door left open and you can get in."

 
Guiliano in The Huffington Post: Striking the Right Interactive Balance?
Jan 29, 2013
huffington post

NYIT President Edward Guiliano’s commentary in The Huffington Post argues that, "increasing access to online resources is in the best interest of all students, and the benefits are compounded in developing countries with limited access to top faculty or world-class curricula." Guiliano says that as access to online education increases, universities must experiment with various approaches that depart from usual routines. Interactive lessons, hands-on learning inside and outside of the classroom, and assignments that use technology as more than just a mode of delivery are necessary to strike the right balance for today's students.

 
Hadjiargyrou Letter Reflects on Atheism
Jan 07, 2013

College of Arts and Sciences Life Sciences Chair Michael Hadjiargyrou, Ph.D., notes in his letter to The New York Times: "On Sunday while I was driving, my 9-year-old daughter and I were discussing religion and God. I bluntly told her that I did not believe in any religion or God, angels or the devil, heaven or hell, or a soul or spirit. And then she asked, 'Then what do you believe in?' I replied, 'I believe in humaniy and what we do for one another here on earth.'" 

 
Not Your Grandma's Infrastructure: Post-Sandy Wake-Up Call
Jan 04, 2013
huffington post

"Now we know. The energy systems a 21st century megacity needs can't be 20th century retreads. They won't be reliable, they can't be secured and they won't be efficient. Recovering from Superstorm Sandy's insurgent devastation means a fundamental rethinking of these relics,"  writes School of Engineering and Computing Sciences Dean Nada Marie Anid, Ph.D. and co-author Nancy Anderson in The Huffington Post.

"In this shape-shifting environment promoting an energy revolution will entail creative destruction -- a process by which new technologies and ways of doing things are developed that destroy and replace the old ones."

 
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