Medical Students Transition from Classroom to Clinic
Medical Students Transition from Classroom to Clinic
NYIT Awards Research Grants
NYIT’s M.S. in Instructional Technology Approved in Abu Dhabi
NYIT Names Executive Director for Abu Dhabi Campus
NYIT Researcher Continues Discoveries of Links Between Thyroid Hormones and Heart Health
After presenting research at a conference in Cambridge, MA last week, NYIT-Abu Dhabi M.B.A. students Aya Wadi and Robin Carvalho visited Old Westbury to share their findings with School of Management faculty members. Read more.
Five SoM graduate students have recently participated in the "United States Foreign Policy Colloquium" in Washington, D.C. The program, sponsored by the National Committee on United States-China Relations (N.C.U.S.C.R.), targets graduate students from the People's Republic of China (P.R.C.) for an in-depth look at how U.S. foreign policy is made. Read more.
New York Institute of Technology dedicated its simulated trading floor yesterday, ringing the opening bell and joining Voya Financial leaders in a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the room’s state-of-the-art technology and role in creating career-ready business professionals. Read more.
NYIT's Old Westbury Chapter of the Society of Hosteurs makes a visit to Long Island’s own eco-friendly Viana Hotel and Spa, in Westbury, N.Y. Read more …
Congratulations to the NYIT team that won the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Northeast Regional Case Competition for graduate students, April 11-12 in Providence, R.I. They include (left to right) Brendan Feifer, Stephanie Trinidad, Ingrid Bryni, Yuqing (Kenneth) Geng, and Rebecca Weisz.
The School of Management is sponsoring a series of seminars where professionals from industry will share their experiences with the adoption of emerging technologies. The seminar's primary focus is providing an overview on the subject, its applications, and the opportunity landscape. It is a great opportunity to learn about upcoming technologies and network with entrepreneurs, professionals, and experts in this space … read more
NYIT School of Management introduces this year's Fed Challenge Team and their presentation. If you are interested in the current economy and forecasting, or would like to learn more about both, please attend the Fed Challenge presentation at the NYIT de Seversky Mansion, Garden Room on October 18, 2013 from 12-2PM.
School of Management students achieved a milestone on May 22 when they were inducted into the Mu Kappa Tau Marketing Honor Society in Manhattan. The 11 inductees represented NYIT campuses in New York, Amman, and Bahrain, and included four new members. Mu Kappa Tau recognizes excellence in academic studies for graduate and undergraduate students. Faculty members in attendance at the ceremony included Dean Jess Boronico, Associate Deans Jim Murdy and Diamando Afxentiou, Professor Abram Poczter, Assistant Professor Veneta Sotiropoulos, and Associate Professor Deborah Cohn, who presided over the ceremony.
College Fed Challenge is a team competition for undergraduate college students sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and the Eastern Economic Association. It is intended to encourage students to learn more about the U.S. macro economy, the Federal Reserve System and the implementation of monetary policy. It is also aimed at spurring interest in economics and finance as subjects for advanced study and the basis for a career.
-Earn 3 credits for Fall 2011 (ECON 203/BUSI 403)
-Learn about Economic Indicators & Monetary Policy and compete with local institutions on economic outlook
We are currently recruiting for the Fed Challenge for Fall 2013 semester.
NYIT's School of Management hosted "An Evening with the Entrepreneurs: A Networking and Learning Opportunity" on March 7 at the Manhattan campus. Moderated by Professor William Lawrence, Ph.D., the event featured three NYIT alumni who spoke to students and faculty about their entrepreneurial successes and how their NYIT degrees helped shape their careers. Read more.
NYIT School of Management and the Center for Entrepreneurial Studies invites students, faculty, staff, and their guests to join an open discussion with NYIT alumni entrepreneurs who will share their experiences starting and managing successful small businesses. The event will take place on Thursday, March 7 at 6 in the 11th floor auditorium of the New Technology Building, 16 W. 61st St., NYIT-Manhattan.
Spend two weeks in Soest, Germany, this summer and receive 3 credits!
Open to all majors: undergraduate and graduate!
Dates: Saturday, July 20 – Saturday, Aug. 3 2013
Course: BUSIE 410 or BUSIE 700 (Business Elective)
Program Fee: $2,500
-tuition (3 credits)
-accommodations and daily breakfast
-three-day visit to Berlin
-one-day visit to Cologne
-exciting cultural program and entrance fees
Attend a discussion with business leaders at an iBrand Panel on "How I Landed and Kept My Job" hosted by the NYIT School of Management's Professional Enrichment Program. Eve Steiglitz of MediaVest will serve as moderator.
Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2013
6:45- 8 p.m.
16 W. 61st St., 11th Floor Auditorium
Come learn how to apply business analytics in the exciting field of Big Data. Also receive a certificate of participation to build your resume.
Participants have a chance to win cash prizes awarded by the School of Management, and a chance to receive Certificate of Excellence in the Award Gala.
Tuesday, March 12
12:30– 2 p.m.
Harry Shure Hall, DL 5
Learn more about the Corporate Challenge.
NYIT is working to create dual-degree offerings in hospitality management, business programs, and study abroad exchanges in partnership with Hallym University in South Korea. Robert J. Koenig, Ed.D., associate dean for the School of Management, is leading this effort, which began in summer 2012 with a successful exchange between NYIT and Hallym University. Read more.
Participate in a state competition on developing a business plan. Join: Water Bottle Roofing Structure or Pillow Used For Tracheotomy Patients
Teams from ten nations are coming together April 6-19, 2013 for an international meeting in the USA. While playing a business management game, you will be discovering national, cultural and educational peculiarities in behavior and work style. As a member of a multinational team you will try to find solutions with the aim of outperforming your competitors in the market. The best three companies will present their results publicly at New York Institute of Technology (NYIT). Learn more>>
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.