Features and Videos
How 3-D building information modeling (BIM) technology introduced in remote classwork helped students work and collaborate, while also providing them valuable experience with a tool that many employers in the design world rely on every day.
To the New York Tech community, Juneteenth is more than just a day off. It is an opportunity to observe, reflect, and most importantly, educate ourselves on our country’s history, injustices still taking place, and what the future holds for us.
In spring 2021, the inaugural School of Architecture and Design Tommaso and Franca Chieco Dean’s Atelier Studio hosted world-renowned architect Alberto Campo Baeza as distinguished guest professor for a third-year design class.
In an opinion piece for The Box, Jamel Vanderburg, M.P.A., adjunct instructor of interdisciplinary studies, talks about the importance and significance of Juneteenth.
Meet the innovative voices of the LGBTQIA community, who are creating change at New York Tech.
A delegation of School of Architecture and Design faculty and students will be among the 112 participants from 46 countries at the 2021 Venice Biennale Architecture.
Digital art and design and communication arts students presented their animations, motion graphic pieces, films, and documentary shorts at the Animation and Film Festival 2021.
As an undergrad, Cathy Ellis (B.S. ’21) left New York Tech when she accepted an internship that led to a successful two-decade career. However, she always wanted to complete her degree and returned to earn her B.S. in Communication and Media Production.
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%
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