TEDx Explores Harmonic Tectonics
TEDx Explores Harmonic Tectonics
NYIT Students Surpass the $1 Million Mark in Combined Earnings from Internships
TEDxNYIT: Creating Harmony in a World Experiencing Tectonic Shifts
Dynamic, Radical Solutions Needed: 2014 Cybersecurity Conference Highlights
NYIT Engineering Professor Wins NIH Grant for Robotics Research
“The Year of Turkey 2014” - The Heritage of Turkish Art: Opening Reception
“The Year of Turkey 2014” - The Heritage of Turkish Art: Exhibition
Relay for Life Interest Meeting
Interdisciplinary Studies Career Panel
Prep session for upcoming Hackaton by Juniper Networks/Comcast SDN Software Workshop and Competition
Class of 2015 DPT students, Joe Dias, Jennifer Weinman, John Nulty and Victoria Wilson participated in NYU 5K Run to benefit the Foundation for Physical Therapy. Established in 1979, the Foundation supports the physical therapy profession’s research needs in scientific research, clinical research, and health services research and willl continue to support the many researchers around the country who are now developing new treatments and approaches in so many arenas, such as orthopedics, geriatrics, pediatrics, neurology, chronic conditions, and cardiology. For more information about the Foundation, please go to http://foundation4pt.org/
The end of the semester is fast approaching……Exams, papers and clinical rotations are due and/ or coming to an end for this semester.
The last few weeks has presented many challenges to all as we move forward after the storm. Please be advised that the NYIT Center for Health and Wellness is available for you if you feel stressed and or need to talk. Your course and clinical professors have advisement and office hours should you need to make an appointment.
During this time of traditional Thanksgiving, please remember in your thoughts the many individuals that have been impacted by Hurricane Sandy and its aftermath.
Best Wishes to you and your family.
Dr. Susan Neville, The Nursing Faculty & Administrative Staff.
Counseling and Wellness Services
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Students from the School of Health Professions showed their support of Breast Cancer Awareness and Research on Oct. 23, 2012, by forming a Human Pink Ribbon!
On Sunday, October 21, several NYIT Nursing students accompanied by Professor B. Suzy Diggle-Fox and Dr. Carol Caico walked in the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk at Jones Beach. There were over 60,000 participants which was a record number and the largest turn out of all the states.
Nursing faculty members presented a two-hour seasonal flu and vaccination skills workshop to registered nurses from the Nassau County Department of Health and the Medical Reserve Corps, Sept. 28 in Uniondale, N.Y. The workshop supports the academic/service partnership between the Nassau County Department of Health, the Nassau County Medical Reserve Corps, and NYIT's College of Osteopathic Medicine and School of Health Professions. Participants included:
Carey Szymczak, a second-year student in the Department of Physician Assistant Studies, has been elected as a student representative for the American Association of Surgical Physician Assistants. This is the third time in the past 10 years that a PA student from NYIT has been elected to a position in this national organization.
Occupational therapy major Jasmine Eldomyati believes in creating her own opportunities. In her first year on the NYIT-Old Westbury campus, she founded the Autism Speaks U chapter, became president of the Arab Student Association, and co-hosted Azeem and Jasmine's Morning Show, a WNYT radio program. Her latest endeavor is serving as the Student Government Association senator for the School of Health Professions in the 2012-13 academic year. Read more.
On May 18th, 2012, forty-eight students in the Class of 2012’s Physician Assistant Studies program traded waist-length jackets for long white coats as they celebrated their new career just two days before NYIT’s commencement. Read more...
Lawrence Herman, associate professor and director of physician assistant admissions and primary care initiatives, has been elected president of the American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA). Read more...
Forty-eight students in the Class of 2012’s Physician Assistant Studies program traded waist-length jackets for long white coats as they celebrated their new career just two days before NYIT’s commencement. Read more.
NYIT’s Department of Occupational Therapy faculty said goodbye to 26 students but quickly greeted them again as new colleagues at Thursday’s valedictory ceremony at the NYIT de Seversky Mansion. Read more.
With spirited whoops and cheers, family members and friends celebrated Thursday at the Department of Nursing’s Class of 2012 pinning ceremony, marking the achievements of 20 graduates who will soon take licensing exams on their way to becoming registered nurses. Read more.
Congrats to Larry Herman, associate professor and director of physician assistant (PA) admissions and primary care initiatives, who has been elected president of the American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA), the only organization representing PAs globally and in all specialties and practice settings. It is the national equivalent of the American Medical Association for M.D.s or the American Osteopathic Association for D.O.s
The AAPA advocates and educates on behalf of the profession; works to ensure the professional growth, personal excellence, and recognition of PAs; and is dedicated to enhancing their ability to improve the quality, accessibility, and cost-effectiveness of patient-centered health care. Currently, there are nearly 100,000 PAs and PA students and the profession is expected to double in size in the next decade.
The School of Health Professions inducted 39 students into the Alpha Eta Honor Society, celebrating their academic achievement and leadership in clinical nutrition, mental health, nursing, occupational therapy, physical therapy, and physician assistant programs. These students represent some of the best and the brightest in their respective fields,” said Patricia Chute, dean of the School of Health Professions. “Maintaining a GPA of 3.8 as a graduate student and a 3.5 as an undergraduate student is a huge accomplishment and demonstrates their dedication to their field and to scholarship.” Each student received an honors cord, a certificate, and a pin.