Our Faculty

Our faculty of researchers and passionate teacher-scholars educates and inspires the next generation of makers and doers, inventors and innovators, and leaders and entrepreneurs. By instilling a growth mindset in our students, New York Tech faculty help them to graduate career-ready and prepared to make the world a better place.

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Features and Videos

Holiday Gift Giving on a Budget

Holiday marketing and consumer behavior expert Deborah Y. Cohn, Ph.D., shares tips to create positive gifting experiences on a budget.

Medical Marathon

NYITCOM students and faculty volunteered at this year’s TCS New York City Marathon, providing medical support and cheering on the athletes.

How Gamers’ Health Fared During the Pandemic

Researchers from the Center for Esports Medicine surveyed video gamers from all over the world to learn how COVID-19 pandemic shutdowns impacted gamers’ physical and mental health.

Faculty Participate in Modernist Studies Association Conference

Amanda Golden, Ph.D., associate professor and director of writing, co-chaired the recent Modernist Studies Association conference, which drew more than 700 attendees. She talks about her experience and New York Tech’s participation.

Q&A: Preventing and Managing Diabetes

In recognition of American Diabetes Month, NYITCOM’s Eleanor Yusupov, D.O., shares insight on early symptoms, warns against disease implications, and dispels common diabetes misconceptions.

Dangerous Books. Who Decides? And Should They?

In his course Dangerous Books, Professor Michael Schiavi, Ph.D., tackles book banning. Students will learn why books are censored and be asked to think about the assumptions that have caused them, as well as the effects these books might have if readers are permitted to discover them.

NYITCOM Researchers on the Scent

Research led by NYITCOM’s Gonzalo Otazu, Ph.D., continues to bring scientists closer to understanding how the sense of smell is impacted in individuals with autism.

Faculty Forum: Top Three Skills a Cybersecurity Professional Should Have

October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month. Michael Nizich, Ph.D., director of the ETIC, adjunct associate professor of computer science, and author of a new book, shares insight on the most important knowledge, skills, and abilities that those looking to become cybersecurity professionals should have in 2024.

By the Numbers

  • NYIT Faculty: 342 full-time, 518 part-time
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    Percent of full-time faculty holding terminal degrees

  • Areas of Expertise

    • Anatomy
    • Architecture
    • Architectural Technology
    • Artificial Intelligence
    • Behavioral Science (Psychology, Sociology)
    • Bioengineering/Biotechnology
    • Computer Science
    • Construction Engineering
    • Data Science
    • Digital Design
    • Engineering
    • Entrepreneurship
    • Environmental Technology
    • Exercise Science
    • Heart Disease
    • Information Technology
    • Life Sciences (Biology, Chemistry, Physics)
    • Management
    • Marketing
    • Math
    • Osteopathic Medicine
    • Sports Medicine/Esports Medicine
    • Sustainability/Sustainable Design
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