Wardell International and the New York Institute of Technology have signed an agreement to deliver Vancouver’s first Executive Education, specifically for Professionals serving the SME (Small-Medium sized Enterprise) market, such as Accountants, Business Coaches, Financial Advisors and Board members.
NYIT-Vancouver’s Cybersecurity Symposium will focus on the theme, “10 things you need to know about cybersecurity.” With experience spanning corporate, government, and military organizations, panelists bring a range of perspectives as academics, consultants, directors, and specialists.
Join us for an informative and exciting opportunity to learn and network. Read more.
NYIT-Vancouver will celebrate its fourteenth graduating class on Friday, May 29 at Vancity Theatre at 11 a.m. Guests of the NYIT Class of 2015 are asked to arrive before 10:45 for seating. Graduates and their guests will hear from university leaders and an M.B.A. graduate, Mr. Yatin Patil, NYIT-Vancouver’s valedictorian. More.
The “Setting in New York Film Colloquium” hosted this semester by the NYIT Center for Humanities and Culture at NUPT will present West Side Story (1961) on Monday, May 25 at 6:30 pm in Teaching Building 1, Room 207. More.
NYIT Center for Humanities and Culture at NUPT will host a prominent New York folklorist this Thursday, 14 May, from 12:30 - 1:30 p.m. Robert Baron, Ph.D., Director of the Folk Arts Program of the New York State Council of the Arts will present “Folk Arts of New York State: City and Country Lore,” with an overview of New York folk traditions. More.
Students enjoyed a showing last night of the groundbreaking film Do the Right Thing (1989) in a film series hosted by the NYIT Center for Humanities and Culture at NUPT. Afterward, Dean Monique Taylor led a discussion of the issues brought out in the film, which focuses on racial tensions in 1980s New York City. Taylor is a scholar of U.S. race relations. More.
Scores of international students representing China, India, Kenya, Spain, Egypt, France, and Saudi Arabia gathered this week at the NYIT de Seversky Mansion for NYIT’s annual International Graduation Dinner. President Edward Guiliano, Ph.D., greeted the group of approximately eighty soon-to-be-grads, including both Manhattan- and Old Westbury-based students. The Office of International Education, led by Barbara Multari, sponsored the event, and each student who attended received a gift to remind them of their years at NYIT. More. More photos.
One year after launching British Columbia's first master's program in cybersecurity, NYIT-Vancouver is seeking to keep up with the program's growth by hiring qualified, local, and highly motivated adjunct faculty to join the team for Fall 2015. Details.
NYIT-Abu Dhabi Honors Graduates in the Class of 2015
Police Officers Compete in NYIT’s Cast Iron Chef Event
NYIT Engineering Degree Program Approved for United Arab Emirates
NYIT and NUPT To Co-Host Teaching and Learning Conference in China
New NYITCOM Physicians Celebrate at Hooding Ceremony