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As the founder and principal of JMV Associates and JMV Architect, Jacqueline Velez (B.S.A.T. ’85) has had a chance to influence the shape of spaces and communities. “By creating and reshaping spaces and communities, we can make them appealing and elevate the occupants’ quality of life.”
After receiving her bachelor’s degree in marketing, Dina Ragab Selecky (B.S. ’17, M.B.A. ’18) stayed at New York Tech and earned her M.B.A. She is now vice president for strategy and growth at Health Plus Management, a physician support organization focused on the orthopedic, physical medicine, and rehabilitation markets.
A self-proclaimed “energy geek,” Nicolás Vizcaíno (M.S. ’19) is on a mission to better the environment, and his New York Tech degree has given him the foundation he needs to pursue his passion.
Inspired by his grandfather, John Karaptis (B.S. ’03) pursued a career in medicine. Since graduating with a degree in physician assistant studies, he is now the director of surgical services and digestive disease at NewYork-Presbyterian Queens.
When Kerri Davidson Haack (B.S. ’00) and Michael Haack (B.Arch. ’01) met as undergraduates at New York Tech, they embarked on a journey that would take them from building their careers and starting a family to business partners.
In Saving Aziz, Chad Robichaux (M.B.A. ’07) details the rescue missions that evacuated his long-time friend and interpreter, Aziz, and more than 17,000 Afghans and allies as the United States military withdrew from Afghanistan in August 2021.
More than 200 attendees returned to the iconic Frank Gehry-designed IAC HQ Building in New York City for the first time since 2019, raising more than $150,000 in support of student scholarships, new initiatives, capital improvement, travel, and lectures.
Students in the nursing program’s Class of 2024 received their white coats during a ceremony on October 19.
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.
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