NYIT students and faculty showcase their knowledge, expertise, and ingenuity in class 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:
Engineering Grads Design a Robot for Learning
Six members of NYIT's Class of 2015 from the School of Engineering and Computing Sciences built a robotic dog as part of their entry in Global Summit Student Day, an international competition in Beijing, China. Read more >
Student Researchers Wrap Up REU Program
Peers, mentors, and NYIT faculty members applauded the work of the 2015 Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) cohort at the program's capstone event. The undergraduate researchers from universities across the United States presented poster summaries showing their projects' aims, methodology, outcomes, and next steps. This year's group studied topics related to cybersecurity for mobile devices, exploring hardware and software solutions. 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: