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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.
The Office of Academic Affairs awarded more than $300,000 in internal grants to tenure and tenure-track faculty.
Students in the College of Engineering and Computing Sciences presented the culmination of their projects at the final Undergraduate Research and Entrepreneurship Program (UREP) presentations in May.
On April 26, students presented their research at the 16th Annual Symposium of University Research and Creative Expression (SOURCE).
Nearly 190 scholars, scientists, professionals, and researchers were honored at the 18th Annual Faculty Scholars Reception at NYIT de Seversky Mansion on April 11.
On April 11, 2019, faculty members were recognized for their work at the 18th Annual Faculty Scholars Reception.
A new study by Assistant Professor Colleen P. Kirk, M.B.A., D.P.S., reveals that dog owners have greater psychological ownership of their pets—and a willingness to pay more for their care.
Medical students need to fully grasp the consequences of social media usage, explains Associate Professor Bernadette Riley, D.O.
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