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At the inaugural “New York Tech Live” on March 24, four iconic New Yorkers discussed the monumental impact of West Side Story on their lives and work, set in the context of New York City and urban planning for the Upper West Side.
A new series of Forest Therapy Walks give members of the Long Island campus community a new way to access the serene and restorative environment.
According to Associate Professor Lorraine Mongiello, DRPH, RDN, CDE, humans’ poor diet choices have instigated a vicious circle of climate change, which in turn contribute to dangerous illnesses. But there are things people can do that will benefit their health and the environment.
New York Tech launches a new food truck to bring a variety of cuisines to the Long Island campus.
A collective effort from Northeast Arkansas organizations resulted in the administration of 1,662 COVID-19 vaccines at a community event on March 6 in Jonesboro.
New research by Assistant Professor of Anatomy Akinobu Watanabe, Ph.D., will examine how the brain and skull have interacted over millions of years as well as in the days and weeks before birth to understand their evolution and development.
Throughout Women’s History Month, New York Tech celebrates the achievements of our female faculty, alumni, and students who are doing amazing things in STEM-related fields.
At the panel discussion “Race, Medicine, and COVID-19,” medical experts addressed healthcare disparities and how to build a more inclusive healthcare environment based on trusted relationships between physicians and patients.
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Racial and Ethnic Makeup
- American Indian/Alaska Native: <1%
- Asian: 22%
- Black/African-American: 3%
- Hispanic/Latino: 3%
- Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander: <1%
- Two or more races: <1%
- White: 70%
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)
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