NYIT Cybersecurity Conference 2014
NYIT Cybersecurity Conference 2014
NYIT and Turkish Partner YTU Offer Dual Master’s Degrees
Student-Doctors Begin NYIT Osteopathic Medical Education
Paul Dangerfield to Lead NYIT-Vancouver
NSF Awards NYIT Grant for Sputtering System to Support Nano/Micro-Fabrication Research
Jonathan Goldman, Ph.D., associate professor of English, Manhattan campus, published an essay on the new edition of Hemingway's The Sun Also Rises. Read more.
Kevin LaGrandeur, Ph.D, professor of English and director of technical writing programs, had an article published by the Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technology: “What is the Difference Between Posthumanism and Transhumanism?” Read more.
John Hanc, associate professor, communication arts and faculty advisor, The Campus Slate and The Carleton Group published a story about an unusual and interesting episode in France during World War I for Smithsonian magazine's digital edition, for which he is a contributing writer. Hanc did some of the reporting after he attended the IALJS conference in Paris two months ago.
Susana Case, Ph.D., professor and program coordinator, Department of Behavioral Sciences, Manhattan campus, NYIT published her new poem in Hawai'i Pacific Review.
Jueman (Mandy) Zhang, Ph.D., assistant professor of communication arts, presented the paper, "Developing and Evaluating a Digital eHealth Literacy Intervention," at the 2014 annual conference of the International Communication Association, May 22-26 in Seattle, WA.
The Council of Undergraduate Research (CUR), Washington DC, has elected Niharika Nath, Ph.D., associate professor, life sciences, Manhattan campus, as a Councilor. This position is for a three-year term beginning June 2014 in its Health Sciences Division and her roles will be to assist CUR to host undergraduate poster sessions on Capitol Hill and production of its quarterly Journal. View the CUR election results here.
Over 70 short films and animations were shown at the event produced by NYIT students, faculty and alumni. Global contributions and the panel discussion between student producers and the audience were a few strong highlights of the event. The Animations shown at the end of the day drew a big crowd. The planning of next year’s festival is under way.
See more photos of the event.
View the detailed program for the Festival.
Anthony DiMatteo, professor of English, Old Westbury campus, had his poem, "Second Nature", published in The Cortland Review.
PICTURED: NYIT students presented business pitches to nonprofit client God's Love We Deliver as part of a College of Arts and Sciences course that provides firsthand experience working with communications agencies.
Communication arts students joined forces with God's Love We Deliver to develop new business pitches for the New York-based nonprofit group during a semester-long project for the NYIT course, Agency Workshop I/Production House.
"New business is the lifeblood of any communications agency," said Lisa Colantuono, adjunct instructor of communication arts, who teaches the workshop. "Agencies only have a one out of three or four chance of winning an account. This course prepares students to develop a fully integrated communications plan used to pitch and win a new account."
Students worked in teams of four on a communications campaign for God's Love We Deliver, which provides nutritious meals to people who are too sick to shop or cook for themselves in New York City and New Jersey. Their goals for the campaign included:
Each week students met with members of a different professional agency in New York City to learn about new business development. They gained insights into how agencies conduct research, strategic planning, creative development, media planning, analytics, and digital and experiential planning.
On May 12, the NYIT teams presented their pitches to God's Love We Deliver and more than a dozen industry professionals who mentored them throughout the semester, including Christine Fruechte, president of Colle + McVoy, a full-service agency that specializes in modernizing brands. Their work impressed the group, and Emmett Findley, manager of communications at God's Love with Deliver, may implement the students' ideas down the line.
"This was a great class and learning experience all around," said NYIT student Shana-Kae Mallett. "I enjoyed the company visits and working on a project for God's Love We Deliver. The work was hard but worth it to positively impact the New York community."
Vera Manzi-Schacht, adjunct professor in NYIT's Fine Arts Department, has won a Visiting Artist/Scholar Residency at the American Academy in Rome for early summer, 2014. The American Academy in Rome, Gianicolo Hill, founded in 1914, is an institution dedicated to the creative development of archeologists, architects, writers, historians and artists within a dedicated environment. Vera will be creating and residing at the Academy's Villa Aurelia.
NYIT hosted its 11th Symposium of University Research and Creative Expression (SOURCE) on April 25 at the Manhattan campus. This year's SOURCE included 69 oral and/or poster presentations co-authored by 175 students.
A group of NYIT faculty members also shared their perspectives on the relationship between arts and sciences at a midday panel discussion. The dialogue between panelists and audience members opened a lively debate, and for the first time at SOURCE, questions were addressed to the panel via Twitter.
Kevin LaGrandeur's recently published book, Androids and Intelligent Networks in Early Modern Literature and Culture: Artificial Slaves (Routledge, 2013) has won honorable mention for the annual Science Fiction and Technoculture Studies (SFTS) Book Prize. This national prize is given annually to the best book produced the year before in the area of science fiction and technoculture studies. LaGrandeur is an associate professor of English and director of the Technical Writing program, NYIT, Old Westbury campus.
Susana Case, Ph.D., professor and program coordinator, Behavioral Sciences department, NYIT's Manhattan campus, had her new book, 4 Rms w Vu, released from Mayapple Press.
March 19, 2014 issue of the New York Times ARTS/Museums section about how the Minnesota Historical Society managed to come up with a Civil War walking tour even though there was no Civil War battle fought anywhere near Minnesota!
March 12, 2014 issue of the New York Times Retirement section about later-in-life-artists: specifically, a retired 77-year old hairdresser who had suffered a stroke, and in his retirement home, took an art class and discovered he had his remarkable talent as a painter.
Terese Coe, professor, English published her poem, "Godardian," in the new Spring-Summer Issue of Alaska Quarterly Review (Vol. 31 No. 1 & 2).
Lisa M. Runco, Ph.D., assistant professor of life sciences, presented a talk titled “Designer Pathogens - Gene customization for vaccine development” on April 2, 2014, for the Biology Department at Fairfield University in Fairfield, Connecticut. The lecture was part of a Biology Lecture Series, which focuses on educating and engaging students in scientific inquiry.