Updates for Students

Congrats to Vinny Caccavale, Student-Athlete Scholar

Dec 18 2012

Congrats to Vinny Caccavale, Student-Athlete Scholar Communications arts major Vinny Caccavale is an ace on and off the soccer field. The National Soccer Coaches Association of America has named the NYIT junior as a Scholar All-America for its 2012 College Division. ...more

NYIT Students Tour Energy Park in Point Lookout, N.Y.

Dec 17 2012

NYIT Students Tour Energy Park in Point Lookout, N.Y.

Students in NYIT graduate programs in energy management and environmental technology recently attended a tour of the Town of Hempstead (N.Y.) Energy Park, which includes a windmill, a geothermal system, a solar carport, a hydrogen/CNG refueling station, and the 2007 NYIT Solar Decathlon House.

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Upcoming Events

Dec 12 2012

Upcoming Events Attend a Blackout Concert hosted by NYIT's S.W.A.G. club and WOW! events presented by the Office of Career Services; take a break from studying and enjoy free food and drinks on stress-free days; and save the date for Student Lobby Day in 2013. ...more

Mark Your Calendar: Holiday Break, 2013 Intersession

Dec 12 2012

Mark Your Calendar: Holiday Break, 2013 Intersession

NYIT wishes all students happy holidays and best wishes for the New Year. The New York campuses will be closed on Monday, Dec. 24 to Tuesday, Jan. 1. Intersession in New York begins on Wednesday, Jan. 2 and ends on Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2013.

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Semester Wrap-up: Finals, Checkout, Cookies, Good Luck!

Dec 12 2012

Semester Wrap-up: Finals, Checkout, Cookies, Good Luck! The fall 2012 semester is winding down for NYIT students. Get organized for final exams and resident checkout in New York. For extra energy, have a free breakfast and milk and cookies at the Student Solutions Center ...more

Students Around Town

Dec 12 2012

Students Around Town

Where have you been in December? View photos of students at events during the first two weeks of the month: Global Pride Day, a Music Event for Diabetes, the annual Night Out on the Bears

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Attend an Art Benefit Hosted by the NYIT Center for Global Health

Dec 11 2012

Attend an Art Benefit Hosted by the NYIT Center for Global Health In the true meaning of the holiday season, NYIT's Center for Global Health is sponsoring a benefit exhibit of African images as part of the photography show, "Community Collaborations: Africa, Costa Rica, and Peru." The opening reception for the benefit, which will raise funds for medical equipment/supplies for the Hawa Memorial Savious Hospital in Osiem, Ghana, is Tuesday, Dec. 11, 5-7 p.m. at NYIT Gallery 61, 16 W. 61st St., 11th floor, Manhattan campus. The framed and signed images of Africa are priced at $50 for an 8x10-inch size, $150 for an 11x14-inch size, and $300 for a 20x30-inch size. ...more

NYIT Student Architects Prepare to Visit Hurricane-Damaged Long Beach

Dec 06 2012

NYIT Student Architects Prepare to Visit Hurricane-Damaged Long Beach A group of 32 architecture and design students from NYIT will visit hurricane-damaged Long Beach, N.Y., on Saturday, Dec. 7, in an effort to plan a competition on disaster-resistant coastal building and design methods. Their visit is part of Operation Resilient Long Island, one of the school's latest student-led projects emphasizing global architectural leadership. ...more

Meet Aspiring Research Scientist Shanice Doyle

Dec 06 2012

Meet Aspiring Research Scientist Shanice Doyle

Shanice Doyle is the vice president of judicial and compliance for NYIT-Manhattan's Student Government Association (SGA) in the 2012-13 academic year. She spent June-July 2012 in New Orleans, where she volunteered for a summer program for kids through the National Society of Black Engineers.

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NYIT Renames Medical School

Dec 05 2012

NYIT Renames Medical School Join NYIT on Wednesday, Dec. 5 at the kickoff event for the renaming of its medical school as the NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine at 3 p.m. outside of the Rockefeller Building in Old Westbury, N.Y. All faculty, staff members, and students are invited to a sign dedication ceremony. Effective Jan. 1, the new name replaces the 35-year-old college’s former name, New York College of Osteopathic Medicine, commonly known as NYCOM. ...more

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