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From November 16 through 20, New York Tech will host a series of virtual events that focus on intercultural exchange, sharing our national and ethnic cuisines, our languages, and our journeys.
At “Data, Matter, Design: Strategies in Computational Design” on October 8, leaders in architecture discussed how data and the use of computational design strategies play a critical role in design processes.
Bryan Gibb, Ph.D., assistant professor of biological and chemical sciences, sets the record straight on CRISPR.
Alumni, students, faculty, and staff came together virtually for a good cause during Virtual Homecoming 2020.
Check out the Fall 2020 issue of New York Institute of Technology Magazine.
In this illustrated series, NYIT School of Health Professions’ Alex Rothstein, MS., explains how wearing a mask might impact exercise.
Assistant Professor Christine Hartford, M.D., warns of the dangers of trick-or-treating during the pandemic and what people need to do to stay safe and healthy.
Jonathan Berman, Ph.D., assistant professor of basic sciences at NYITCOM-Arkansas, sat down with The Box to talk about why anti-vaxxers are opposed to immunizations, the history of the movement, and a strategy for countering them.
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- Asian: 22%
- Black/African-American: 3%
- Hispanic/Latino: 3%
- Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander: <1%
- Two or more races: <1%
- White: 70%
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