Features and Videos
For the first time, NYITCOM researchers find that parrots, which cannot grasp surfaces with their wings, climb by using their head as a third “limb.”
The Long Island and New York City campuses were buzzing with fun-filled activities from May 2 through 6, when students, faculty, and staff came together to celebrate the end of the academic year at MayFest.
New York Tech’s UX/UI Design and Development, M.A. program made an impressive showing at MIT’s annual extended reality (XR) hackathon, Reality Hack.
In Part II of the series, Associate Professor Shinu Kuriakose focuses on the challenges and opportunities of telemedicine, as well as the hurdles that need to be overcome.
New NYITCOM anatomy research may explain why some individuals are more sensitive to tactile sensations than others.
In recognition of Mental Health Awareness Month 2022, clinical psychologist Anu Raj, Psy.D., shares tips for finding a culturally competent therapist.
Research conducted by NYITCOM students and faculty suggests that high caffeine consumption disrupts heart rhythm in older individuals.
More than 150 volunteers from New York Tech’s Long Island, New York City, and Vancouver campuses participated in the university’s fifth annual Community Engagement Day, logging over 250 hours of service.
By the Numbers
Percent of full-time faculty holding terminal degrees
Areas of Expertise
- Architectural Technology
- Artificial Intelligence
- Computer Science
- Construction Engineering
- Data Science
- Digital Design
- Environmental Technology
- Exercise Science Heart Disease
- Human Resources Management
- Osteopathic Medicine
- Sports Medicine
- Sustainability/Sustainable Design
111 authors with 281 publication credits
95 presenters with 336 conference presentations
30 honorees with 87 awards
4 designers with 7 exhibitions
139 grant recipients with 220 grants received (internal and external)
2 patent holders with 4 patents