Updates - NYIT Office of the President
Opening Remarks: “Think Green: Energy, Education, Environmental Initiatives,” Nanjing, China
Apr 08 2010
Good morning. It is a privilege for me to be here representing New York Institute of Technology's 15,000 students, its more than 2,000 faculty and staff, and 81,500 alumni around the world...
Opening of the 2009-2010 Academic Year, Nanjing Campus
Oct 10 2009
President Yang, honored guests, friends, colleagues, and especially our newest students, welcome to the opening of the NYIT program in this new academic year. I am glad to be here, and I know you are as well.
NYIT 2009 State-of-the-Institution Address: Transformation Revealed
Sep 03 2009
Good Morning. Time flies when you are sometimes having fun. It gives me pause to recognize this is my tenth State-of-the-Institution Address as president.
Salute to the Class of 2009, Amman
Jun 22 2009
Ladies and gentlemen, members of the Class of 2009, your families and friends, faculty and staff, distinguished guests: Greetings.
Salute to the Class of 2009, Abu Dhabi
Jun 20 2009
Excellencies, Charge D'Affairs Greene, ladies and gentlemen, members of the Class of 2009, your families and friends, faculty and staff, distinguished guests: Greetings.
Salute to the Class of 2009, Bahrain
Jun 18 2009
As I have said before, I am a great admirer of His Majesty, King Hamad bin Isa Al-Khalifa; His Highness Shaikh Salman Bin Hamad Al Khalifa, the Crowned Prince of the Kingdom of Bahrain; and His Highness Shaikh Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa, the Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Bahrain, for implementing a great vision for a highly educated, prosperous, and free-thinking people.
Salute to the Class of 2009, NYCOM
May 18 2009
Have you been taking good care of your knowledge capital since yesterday? Have you been pondering where to spend it?
Salute to the Class of 2009, New York: Celebrating Knowledge Capital
May 17 2009
You are quite a group. During the course of 2009, four thousand, four hundred and fifty students will graduate from New York Institute of Technology. About half will earn bachelor's degrees, and the other half graduate degrees through the doctorate.
A Welcome to the U.S. Secretary of Education
Nov 03 2008
Secretary Spellings, you honor us with your visit and thoughts this afternoon. Thank you, thank you, thank you; the NYIT community here, in New York, and around the globe welcomes and salutes you.
Opening of the 2008-2009 Academic Year, Nanjing Campus
Oct 08 2008
Thank you. Good afternoon and welcome to the 2008-2009 academic year at New York Institute of Technology in Nanjing.
Universities and Technology: Models and Experiences of Innovation in the Education Process
Oct 03 2008
Good morning. It is a pleasure being with you this morning to share some thoughts on the current state of educational technology, share a few examples of what we are doing in this area at New York Institute of Technology, and hopefully to open up a bit of discussion and dialog though some questions at the end.
Renewable Energy Energy-Efficiency: Designing and Implementing Sustainable Energy Projects
Oct 02 2008
As some of you may know, Tom Friedman, the New York Times bestselling author of The World is Flat, has just published a new book: Hot, Flat, Crowded. In it, he makes an impassioned plea and plan for environmental sustainability and reform in this energy-climate era.
NYIT State-of-the-Institution Address 2008
Aug 28 2008
Welcome to all of you-whether joining us physically or virtually-to this 2008-2009 academic year at New York Institute of Technology.
Welcome Address at NYIT’s International Water Conference at the United Nations
Jul 24 2008
Good morning. It is with great pleasure that I join in welcoming you all to this assembly focused on one of the most critical world issues of our times.
Banishing Barriers and Borders: 21st-Century Classroom Technology and the Changing Face of Students
Jul 04 2008
Two increasingly pressing challenges we face as we craft 21st-century post-secondary education in a flattened global digital economy are: how do we reach and teach the millenials efficiently and effectively?
Salute to the Class of 2008, Abu Dhabi
Jun 22 2008
It is once again my privilege to be here at our university, in this wonderful country, and to be able to congratulate our newest graduates.
Salute to the Class of 2008, Jordan
Jun 20 2008
There are many reasons to celebrate today, starting with the achievement of 395 graduates, 153 earning undergraduate degrees and 242 graduate degrees. I salute you.
Salute to the Class of 2008, Bahrain
Jun 18 2008
The institution you are graduating from, with its deep roots in New York, is a much finer university than the one you entered two, three, or four years ago.
Salute to the Class of 2008, New York
May 18 2008
First things first: I am proud to begin by celebrating why we are here by congratulating our graduating students on completing a long but rewarding course. Congratulations, 2008 Graduates! Bravo.
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