NYIT Selected to Participate in Epicenter’s Pathways to Innovation Program
NYIT Selected to Participate in Epicenter’s Pathways to Innovation Program
NYIT Ranks Among 2015 U.S. News Best Online Programs
Architecture and Medical Students Launch Global Competition for Healthy Designs
BBC to Feature Home2(O) Project in News Segment
NYIT Wins Grant to Develop STEM Programs
Two NYIT interdisciplinary student teams won Peoples’ Choice Awards at the New York State Business Plan Competition. The teams – with representatives from the School of Management, School of Architecture and Design, School of Engineering and Computing Sciences, and College of Arts and Sciences -- spent nearly five months researching and perfecting separate strategies for two businesses: an online interactive game to save endangered animals and a water-bottle roofing system that can be used in disaster relief. At the April 26th competition, team leaders presented elevator pitches for their projects. Dr. Joanne Scillitoe,director of the Center for Entrepreneurial Studies and an associate professor of entrepreneurship in NYIT’s School of Management, was a faculty advisor for both projects. School of Management students who were involved in the winning projects were: Arjun Rai, Shixian Jiang, and Dawei Pang.
Jennifer Rosenblum, a graduate student enrolled in the M.S. in Human Resource Management and Labor Relations program at NYIT’s School of Management, is the 2012 recipient of the Matt Halpern Memorial Award.
The School of Management is now recruiting team members for the 2012 Fed Challenge competition. If you are interested in earning 3 credits and competing against other students on current economic and financial issues, please contact Dr. Diamando Afxentiou at email@example.com or 212.261.1602.
The School of Management is now accepting applications for next year's Student Ambassador Program. If you are interested in this exciting opportunity to build your resume and work with your peers representing the School of Management, please contact Ms. Jeannine Gamble Francis at 516.686.1175 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The School of Management, along with TheBizDen, are hosting the first ever TheBizDen 2012 Business Summit for over 250 students and entrepreneurs at the Auditorium on Broadway. That’s right, join us on April 4, from 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm, for an evening of discussions, networking and fun as we celebrate entrepreneurship and sound business leadership right here in New York City!
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The Corporate Challenge is a competition where student groups perform field work on a case study prepared by the School of Management and a local business organization. The case study is relevant to emerging issues in business and addresses an ongoing project provided by the local business.
MassChallenge.org, a not-for-profit organization dedicated towards helping budding entrepreneurs find the right resources and financial support, will be speaking on February 23rd from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm. As the world's largest startup competition and accelerator program, finding the right mentor network and resources has never been easier. If you are interested in startups, entrepreneurship and venture capital, this event is for you! The speaking session will take place at the 11th Floor Auditorium, conveniently located at 16 W. 61St, and is made possible by TheBizDen.
School of Management's Center for Human Resources Studies has received approval by the Human Resource Certification Institute as an Approved Provider of course work that will qualify for recertification credit for individuals who hold professional HR certification as PHRs, SPHRs , or GPHRs. To maintain their certification, these individuals must complete 60-hours of approved credits every three years.
We expect to begin offering courses for recertification credit this spring. The Center currently offers preparation courses in Manhattan and Old Westbury for individuals preparing for their initial certification exams. The new destination enables the Center to expand its educational course offering to the HR professional community.
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On behalf of the School of Management Student Advancement Programs and NYIT’s Delta Mu Delta Alpha Xi Chapter, in collaboration with the Student Government Association and Campus Life, we invite you to the 2012 Spring Formal Dinner Cruise on Friday, May 18, 2012, from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m.
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A group of faculty, staff, and students from NYIT's Department of Hospitality Studies attended the Convening Leaders Conference hosted by the Professional Convention Management Association (PCMA), Jan. 8-11 in San Diego, Calif.
Calling all students! Do you have a burning question you want to ask an entrepreneur about startups and business? Perhaps you have a business idea but need some advice, tips or a second opinion. Wait no more! Oliver Bremer, Co-Founder of Founder2be, is coming to the Manhattan campus next Tuesday, November 15, 2011!
Students learned how to leverage social media for businesses on Oct. 18 at the event, "Social Media Victories: Real Businesses, Real Campaigns, Real Results," sponsored by the School of Management's Student Advancement Program, among others.
Hospitality students learned about the wine-making process during an educational trip to Brotherhood Winery on Oct. 5 in Washingtonville, N.Y.
For 23 hospitality students interested in organizing events, trade shows, conferences, and conventions, a recent daylong conference in New York City provided firsthand exposure to their chosen career paths. The conference, New York Professional Convention Management Association (PCMA) Education Day, took place on Sept. 16 at the Millennium Hotel.
Six outstanding School of Management M.B.A. students represented NYIT at the National Association of Asian M.B.A. (NAAMBA) Student Leadership Conference, Sept. 8-10 at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in New York City.
Teams from ten nations are coming together for an international business management game in Portugal from March 24 to April 5, 2012.
As a member of a multinational team, you will try to find solutions with the aim of outperforming your competitors in the market. If you are successful, your company will grow and your shareholders will enjoy a higher dividend due to increased profits and more efficient management strategies.
Follow Dr. Scillitoe and NYIT's Center for Entrepreneurial Studies on Twitter at NYITEntrep for today's relevant entrepreneurship information. Today's media is filled with entrepreneurship related advice and information but, how do you know which is the the good vs.not-so-good advice? Follow Dr. Scillitoe at NYITEntrep where today's good advice and information is presented (and the not-so-good advice is tossed in the trash where it belongs) to keep your business moving forward and on track for success! Recent topics found on NYITEntrep include: where to rub elbows with venture capitalists in NYC, how to be a great boss, where to get 3 free questions a month answered by bona fide lawyers, how to manage the latest technology, why your accountant is not as confidential as you may think, should you Groupon, should you offer a sweepstakes, latest innovations and opportunities in the market, where to get help with business valuations, internet reputation management, upcoming business plan competitions, upcoming workshops and speakers, etc, It is all about today's relevant entrepreneurship information brought to you.
If you are interested in economic forecasting and participating in a competition among local colleges and universities, join the NYIT Fed Challenge Team. The competition is organized by the Eastern Economic Association and sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of NY. You will earn 3 credits. For more information please contact Dr. Diamando Afxentiou at firstname.lastname@example.org or Dr. Paul Kutasovic at email@example.com.
The Dean’s Teach with Today’s Technology Challenge is a challenge to School of Management (SoM) students to help us incorporate the newest and greatest Web 2.0 technologies into the curriculum. Students are requested to submit project proposals that include information on how they would incorporate new technology into an existing SoM course. In this challenge, students are the faculty and faculty are the students….read more.