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May 05, 2010

“Confidence: How to Develop It ” by Caren Sobier

I have seen a lot of very shy and reserved first year students come through my office. I see that many do not know how to approach someone in a professional setting. Some have difficulty starting up a simple conversation or are even afraid to look someone in the eye while having a conversation. Sometimes when students are new to a job and don’t know a lot of people, they may be afraid to be outgoing and seem too confident because they don’t want backlash from other coworkers. It's always a bit easier for people to come out of their… More

Author: amy_bravo

Apr 29, 2010

“Skin Fruit” at the New Museum

The Skin Fruit show at the New Museum, while filled with quite well-known (and expensive) art and artists, has been generally panned by art critics. Jeff Koons, the curator of the show, is an artist himself, and had not curated a well-known show before (one of Koons's own works from 1985, One Ball Total Equilibrium Tank, is on the second floor). He is also a much bigger art celebrity than anyone else in the show, having had solo shows at the Met, MoMA, and even Versailles. While Koons is still a huge name in the contemporary art world, he -… More

Author: bobby

Apr 28, 2010

What is Bill Gates’ Favorite Online Course?

From a young boy learning how to make a fire using a bow drill set, to a master lecture on contemporary economics, more and more learning is taking place online - whether you are logged into NYIT’s online campus, or looking for videos on YouTube.  In fact, online learning in American higher education is growing at the phenomenal rate of 17% per year, 20% per year in U.S. public schools.  Now, if you are thinking that your children’s education will be different from that of your own you are probably on the right track... Microsoft chairman Bill Gates has always… More

Author: sebastien_marion

Apr 22, 2010

How Can We Fulfill the Mission of Higher Education?

By Adrienne McNally A quick Internet search on college mission statements reveals a common thread among colleges’ purposes: civic engagement.  Institutions of higher education frequently identify that they would like their graduates to contribute positively to society, engage in public service, develop a sense of what it means to be a member of a community, and address problems in their state, nation, and world.  New York Institute of Technology is no different.  One of the main points of NYIT’s mission is to “support applications-oriented research that benefits the larger world.”  It can sometimes seem difficult to incorporate civic education into… More

Author: amy_bravo

Apr 17, 2010

RefWorks – Bibliographies Made Easy

The library is very pleased to offer RefWorks to the NYIT community. RefWorks allows students and faculty to create their own unique database of citations by importing references electronically, or entering them manually using a very simple template.  RefWorks generates bibliographies in all major styles (MLA, APA, etc), and provides links to full text articles available in NYIT’s growing digital library. Why use RefWorks? RefWorks can be used for your own personal scholarship.  It provides an ideal location to collect, store and retrieve citations corresponding with your academic research and personal interests.  For faculty member, RefWorks can also be used… More

Author: sebastien_marion

Apr 10, 2010

27th Annual Job and Internship Fair

NYIT’s Office of Career Services held its 27th Annual Job and Internship Fair on Thursday, April 8 from 12:00 - 4:00 pm at the Old Westbury campus. Over fifty employers from the tri-state area shared career information and employment opportunities for students looking for full-time, part-time, summer and internship opportunities.  Participating employers included Broadridge Financial Solutions, IBM, Eastern Energy Systems, Gavosto Associates (architecture), National Grid, MTV Networks, St. Barnabas and St. Francis Hospitals, the MTA and UNICEF, to name a few. Although the weather was amazingly beautiful, and the gym was HOT, nearly 500 students and alumni networked with employers.  Employers… More

Author: amy_bravo

Apr 05, 2010

On an Internship Site Visit- A Grad Assistant’s Perspective

By Archana Srinivasan I came to work last Tuesday thinking that it was going to be just another day at work, but little did I know that my supervisor had something exciting planned for the day. She told me that we were going on a site visit to the Associated Press to meet the supervisor of our student Intern working there. My excitement level shot up a little bit, as I had no idea of what happens on a site visit; this was my first one.  We managed to reach the office of AP in Manhattan making it through the… More

Author: amy_bravo

Apr 02, 2010

Reliable Nutrition Information??

There is wonderful nutrition information available from so many places but it's often difficult to discern what's reliable and what is scientifically unsound. One of my favorite sources is the Nutrition Action Health Letter that is published by the Center for Science in the Public Interest for more than 30 years. Although this organization has been called the "Food Police" for bringing to the public's attention shocking nutrition facts about foods in your supermarket and restaurant, every other month they feature the nutrition story that is the most talked about in the nutrition world. The articles, many of which are archived on the website,… More

Author: mindy_haar

Mar 25, 2010

Taking the Internship Certificate Program on the Road to Boston

Adrienne Mc Nally, Professor Michael Gregorek and I went to Boston during Spring Break to present at the national Cooperative Education and Internship Association conference.  I had the pleasure of first presenting with Michael on the successes we have had in collaborating on our two programs--the School of Management's Professional Enrichment Program and the Career Services Internship Certificate Program.   In true Michael style he was the star of the show.  40 audience participants laughed in between nodding their heads in disbelief of his successful outreach to students and professionals alike.  They were captivated by not only Michael's energetic delivery, (at one point he was on both… More

Author: amy_bravo

Mar 23, 2010

Can You Show Me What You See on Your Screen?

Did you ever experience a problem on your computer and you had trouble describing the problem you are seeing? Jing (a free screen capture program) will let you take a snapshot of your screen or even record a short video of what is on your computer. After you record the image or video you can share it online or email the link to someone. It's a free download from TechSmith at http://www.jingproject.com and is available in both PC and MAC versions. TechSmith even provides free web space on their Screencast web site to upload your files so others can view them. You… More

Author: michael_uttendorfer

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Profiles
Beth Adubato Beth Adubato, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Department: Behavioral Sciences
Campus: Old Westbury
Umapathy Ananthanarayanan Umapathy Ananthanarayanan
Assistant Professor
Department: Accounting
Campus: Manhattan
Catherine Flickinger Catherine Flickinger, J.D.
General Counsel
Office: General Counsel
Campus: Old Westbury