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Clifford Temprosa loves learning about new cultures. With his New York Tech degree in international business, he hopes to work for a transnational company where he can connect people from different backgrounds and help make a positive impact on the world.
In 2014, medical student Naima Masud registered with Be The Match. Five years later, she received a call telling her she could potentially save a life.
Before she even completed high school, Sarah Johnson filed for two provisional patents. At New York tech, the electrical and computer engineering student’s passion for innovation continues.
New York Institute of Technology Student Veterans Organization members joined panel discussions at the student Veterans Association National Conference.
Danny MacKenzie Jr. is not waiting to earn his medical degree to start making a difference in people’s lives. The future physician founded A Smile Is…, an innovative project aimed at destigmatizing mental illness.
Three interdisciplinary teams of New York Tech students presented solutions to a global health crisis.
Aspiring interior designer Karla Perez believes well-designed spaces should be accessible to everyone. The way to achieve that, she says, is with diverse voices.
New York Tech students helped fifth-graders experience new technology and gain problem-solving skills during a visit to New York Tech’s Entrepreneurship and Technology Innovation Center.
By the Numbers
- Undergraduate: 51%
- Graduate: 42%
- Medical/Professional: 7%
Racial and Ethnic Makeup
- American Indian/Alaska Native: <1%
- Asian: 18%
- Black/African-American: 5%
- Hispanic/Latino: 9%
- Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander: <1%
- Non-resident alien: 27%
- Two or more races: 1%
- Unknown: 11%
- White: 27%
Pell Grant Recipients