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Farrah Desir (B.S.A.T. ’99) never intended to work in construction. But after taking on a project manager role at JR Construction in New York City, she never looked back. Today, she is the founder of construction management company Creative Form Development.
In 2014, Sheena Howard, Ph.D. (M.A. ’07), became the first Black female to receive a coveted William Eisner Comic Industry Award for her book Black Comics: Politics of Race and Representation. Learn more about her journey as an author, filmmaker, and professor.
Adam Pascal (B.F.A. ’92) played Roger Davis in the original Broadway production of RENT in 1996. After many years of living in Los Angeles and touring, he returns to his hometown to direct a four-performance of the award-winning musical.
As a high school student, Alan Wong (D.O. ’03, M.B.A. ’03) volunteered as a researcher at Mount Sinai Hospital in Manhattan. Today, he’s the chief medical officer at Mount Sinai’s hospital in Oceanside, N.Y.
Amidst military conflicts in Eastern Europe and the Middle East, an NYITCOM study provides new insight on how military blasts injure unborn babies.
Soyeb Barot (M.S. ’05) credits New York Tech for putting him on a path to success. Now, he gives back to his alma mater as a mentor in the College of Engineering and Computing Sciences CAMPUS Mentoring Program.
Kyriacos Athens Athanasiou, Ph.D. (B.S. ’84), was named to the Carnegie Corporation of New York’s annual list of Great Immigrants, which celebrates exemplary naturalized citizens who are helping make the United States a land of opportunity for all.
John R. Keville (B.S. ’88), Thomas J. Van Laan (M.B.A. ’84), and Debra A. Vogel (A.A.S. ’85) have been elected to the Board of Trustees, the most recent alumni to join the university’s governing board.
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)
- JP Morgan Chase
- Mount Sinai Hospital
- Northwell Health
- United Nations
Top 10% of U.S. Colleges for Return on Investment over 20, 30, and 40 Years