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On six bucolic acres in Calverton, N.Y., Eileen Shanahan (B.F.A.’87) offers a place of healing for troubled horses and veterans and first responders who suffer from PTSD at her Warrior Ranch Foundation.
As the head of the Urban League of Long Island, Theresa Sanders (M.S. ’03) teaches people the economic value of diversity and inclusion.
Virginia Gambale (B.S. ’84) started on a path studying music performance. But her love for people and the rise of computer technology prompted her to switch gears, which brought her to New York Tech and a successful career in technological management.
At the 2022 Energy Conference, New York Tech faculty, alumni, and industry experts explored strategies for adapting to climate change and talked about how communities can increase their sustainability and resilience.
The importance of having fun is a recurring theme in Ramon Ray’s (B.S. ’07) life and work. And it has paid off. He has launched four businesses and credits his education at New York Tech for helping him flourish in his professional life.
Domenick Chieco (B.S.A.T. ’89), co-chairman of the board of directors of Milrose Consultants and an alumnus of the School of Architecture and Design, has been appointed to New York Tech’s Board of Trustees.
NYITCOM welcomed its newest physicians at hooding ceremonies held May 22 and 25.
As New York Tech’s newest alumni received their degrees at the university’s 61st Commencement ceremony on May 22, a group of alumni from the classes of 1970—1972 rekindled memories at their Golden Anniversary reunion.
94% of New York Tech graduates entering the job market are employed within a year of graduation—with some pursuing an additional degree or course of study.
Top Employers (All Graduates)
Aetna, Amazon, Boeing, Citigroup, Google, IBM, JP Morgan Chase, Mount Sinai Hospital, Northwell Health, United Nations
New York Tech is ranked #7 for the highest student mobility rates among four-year private, nonprofit institutions. 37% of students who come from families with household incomes in the bottom 20% jumped to the top 20% of earners.