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With novel, interdisciplinary approaches to care, physicians and health professionals at NYIT are improving the lives of those with neurological disorders and making breakthroughs in the field.
Associate Professor Jaime (Jim) Martinez, Ph.D., won a nearly $50,000 to support innovative science teaching, starting with hosting the largest CESTEMER conference at NYIT Auditorium on Broadway.
The Office of Academic Affairs awarded more than $300,000 in internal grants to tenure and tenure-track faculty.
At the National Association of Foreign Student Advisors Annual Conference & Expo, the director of NYIT’s Entrepreneurship and Technology Innovation Center (ETIC) spoke about the ETIC’s programs and how they encourage students to think globally.
Assistant Professor Carl Abraham, M.D., sat down with The Box to talk about the outbreak and why the United States is at risk of losing its status as a national that has eliminated measles.
New York Institute of Technology played host to several sessions during the annual event.
Scientists, business leaders, professors, and tech experts gathered at NYIT-Long Island to discuss ways that AI could disrupt industries and professions.
More than 160 students presented research at the 16th Annual SOURCE (Symposium of University Research and Creative Expression).
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