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In 1969, Pakrad married his wife, enlisted in the Army National Guard, graduated from New York Institute of Technology, and got a job with IBM, setting him on a successful career during which he mentored the next generation.
After struggling to find the right path, Petraglia found his calling in a computer science course at New York Institute of Technology. He’s been solving problems ever since.
As a high school senior, Bruno was intrigued by the potential of computers and decided New York Institute of Technology would put him on the right path. His decision led him to a job with the U.S. government and ultimately launching his own firm.
Over the course of his 50-year career, Rouse has collaborated with everyone from auteurs to rock stars.
With his New York Institute of Technology M.B.A. in hand, the self-described “nontraditional student” rose to the top of his profession as the chief digital and information officer at Brown University.
It took “falling asleep” for the former Wall Street executive to wake up to her true calling: hypnotism.
José R. Febres, P.E., D.Eng. (M.S. ’12) received his master’s in energy management online, but “remote” learning didn’t stop him from building a lasting bond with his professors.
At NYIT’s 2012 commencement, the electrical and computer engineering major told his classmates they are the product of their own hard work. Following his own advice, he is now an enterprise product manager at Bloomberg LP.
Alumni Fast Facts
95.6% of NYIT 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)
Apple, AT&T, Citi, General Motors, IBM, JPMorgan Chase & Co., Morgan Stanley, Microsoft, Northwell Health
NYIT 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.