Winners of the First Annual Presidential Technology Awards with President Guiliano.
At NYIT’s annual convocation on Sept. 2, President Guiliano honored faculty and staff who have demonstrated the best uses of technology for the betterment of students and the university as a whole.
Members of NYIT’s Office of the Registrar were the winners of the Presidential Technology Award in the Service of Students.
Pictured to the right are the winners of the first annual Presidential Technology awards (from left): Allan William Martin, assistant professor of architecture (Technology in the Teaching and Learning Process for Full-Time Faculty); George Lancer, adjunct professor of mathematics (Technology in the Teaching and Learning Process for Part-Time Faculty); Guy Hildebrandt on behalf of the Office of the Registrar (Technology in the Service of Students); President Guiliano; Hui-Yin Hsu, coordinator of the College Reading Placement Program and assistant professor in the School of Education (Use of Technology in Research and/or Creative Expression); and Daniel Quigley, associate professor of English (First-Time Use of Online or Other Technological Resources in the Teaching and Learning Process).
Held at the NYIT Auditorium on Broadway, the annual convocation kicked off the start of the 2010-2011 academic year and featured an address by President Guiliano, who highlighted the university’s commitment to delivering quality 21st-century global education through technology investments, the implementation of a new core curriculum, and international expansion.