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In the 1970s, computer scientists and engineers worked on cutting-edge technology that would give birth to computer-generated imagery and animation as we know it today.
Radhika Mehta-Sharan (M.B.A. ’02) believes being a true leader is having the ability to lead through times of uncertainty. As a wealth management advisor at Merrill Lynch, she guides her clients through economic ups and downs to help them reach financial success.
When he graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering in 1984, Kyriacos Athens Athanasiou, Ph.D., was only beginning to dream of where his focus and field might take him. In the years since, he has become one of the world’s foremost thinkers, inventors, and leaders in the world of biomedical engineering.
New York Tech Alumni Advisory Board member Lou Bernardi (B.S. ’11) credits his experience as a student and later assistant coach at New York Tech with helping him find success throughout his career.
Ishita Trikha (M.S. ’20), a recent graduate of the Human Resources Management and Labor Relations, M.S. program, is the recipient of the 2021 New York City Society for Human Resource Management Sherman Award for her dedication and active participation in New York Tech’s student chapter.
The mistrust of science has grown, fueling political divide and the spread of misinformation. Why doesn’t the public believe in science? And how can their trust be gained? New York Tech faculty and alumni weigh in.
Zahera Patel (M.B.A. ’19) doesn’t see her degree as only a career opportunity but as a way to build confidence. As a human resources manager, she uses what she learned in the classroom to effectively speak to and guide employees, helping them grow in their careers.
Since graduating from New York Tech, Domenick Chieco (B.S.A.T. ’89) has remained active at his alma mater, serving as chair of the FRIENDS of the School of Architecture and Design for the past 15 years, a role that is close to his heart.
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.