Dec 12 2012
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
Students in the American Culture Club at NYIT-Nanjing held a holiday party on Dec. 10. View photos.
Freshmen in the School of Engineering and Computing Sciences caught the attention of WNYC radio due to their semester-long STEM teaching project at a Harlem elementary school and a Dec. 10 panel discussion of their experiences at the NYIT Auditorium on Broadway in Manhattan. Read more.
A group of architecture and design students from NYIT campuses in Old Westbury and Manhattan surveyed damage inflicted by Hurricane Sandy on Dec. 8 in Long Beach, N.Y., where they met with Building Commissioner Scott Kemins to discuss using their design skills to support recovery efforts. Read more.
Student-athletes gave parents in the NYIT community a break on Dec. 7 by watching their children at the annual "Night Out on the Bears" event in Old Westbury, N.Y. Read more.
NYIT students showed their campus pride on Dec. 5 when they gathered to wave a "global hello" to each other. The event transmitted via live video feed included students from NYIT campuses in Manhattan (pictured), Old Westbury, China, Jordan, Bahrain, and the United Arab Emirates. View photos.
A course on meetings, events, conventions, and expositions gave students the opportunity to plan a "Music Event for Diabetes" on Dec. 2 at NYIT-Old Westbury, where they raised $1,340 for the American Diabetes Association. Pictured (left to right) are: NYIT students Ian Brand, Amanda Rachlin, an American Diabetes representative, Gina Mariani, Samantha Argondizza, and Alan Fairbairn, associate professor of hospitality studies, who teaches the course. Read more.