NYIT students and faculty showcase their knowledge, expertise, and ingenuity in the classroom and in the real world.
With guidance from expert faculty, our students conduct research, work on projects, present at conferences and NYIT’s annual SOURCE (Symposium of University Research and Creative Expression), excel in international competitions, and travel abroad to enhance their NYIT educational experience. Recent news includes:
Two interior design students from NYIT School of Architecture and Design have been awarded the prestigious Angelo Donghia Foundation Scholarship for 2016. John Sanchez and Lana Kravtchenko, both entering their fourth-year, will each receive up to $30,000 to put toward tuition and living expenses during their final year of studies. This is the fifth time in six years that an NYIT student has earned the highly coveted scholarship, and the first time that both of NYIT’s nominees have won. Read more »
Twas the season for world peace and holiday cheer in December 2015, when students from NYIT, including our own architecture students, applied their artistry and tech savvy to design peace-themed 3-D ornaments for the holiday tree in Manhattan's Lincoln Square. Read more »
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NYIT faculty practice what they teach by conducting cutting-edge applications-oriented research and sharing their expertise at conferences and in the media: