Adrienne McNally in The Denver Post
Feb 26, 2016
“Students can demonstrate their interest by asking about how the organization contributes to its industry and community, and how an intern (works) towards these causes,” advises Associate Director of Experiential Education Adrienne McNally in a Denver Post article on questions interns should ask on their interviews. The article originally appeared on Monster.com.
Joanne Scillitoe on Forbes.com about Hoverboard missteps
Feb 24, 2016
When NYIT School of Management students were asked to work on a business plan for a hoverboard, they recommended joining with a reputable partner to help build reputation and trust, Associate Professor Joanne Scillitoe told Forbes in an article about Hoverboard’s marketing meltdown.
NYITCOM's Anatomy Faculty and Student Researchers Featured in The DO
Feb 24, 2016
“We want them to be aware of the broader world around them and how that might provide a surprising answer for a problem they’re facing,” says NYITCOM Anatomy Chair and Associate Professor Jonathan Geisler in an article about the connection between the school’s paleontology experts and its anatomy curriculum in the American Osteopathic Association’s magazine, The DO. A companion Q&A explores more about why the two disciplines complement one another and how Geisler’s paleontology background informs his approach to teaching.
Dr. Raddy Ramos Discusses Open Access on Reuters Blog
Feb 19, 2016
“[With institutional repositories], more diverse groups of people will be able to look at and analyze data and bring a perspective that previously was not there, because the data was only in one spot, with access to a limited group of people with perhaps a narrow range of expertise,” says NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine Assistant Professor Raddy Ramos, Ph.D., in Reuters’ State of Innovation blog about Open Access research. Ramos, a neuroscientist, told the blog that he’s used Open Access research to help his own research and to educate students about experiments and other experts’ studies.
Nicholas Bloom Writes Series of Op-Eds in The Gotham Gazette
Feb 16, 2016
Associate Professor Nicholas Bloom is lead author on three op-eds in The Gotham Gazette about rebuilding the New York City Housing Authority’s low-income developments throughout the city. A piece co-authored by AssociateProfessor Matthias Altwicker suggests some novel ideas about architectural changes that could improve the aesthetics and life of some buildings.
Veronica Southard in ADVANCE on Caring for Elderly Patients
Feb 06, 2016
"Patients are likely to meet or exceed their goals if they have confidence in the abilities of themselves as well as their physical therapist," says Assistant Professor Veronica Southard in an ADVANCE article about physical therapy for elderly patients. Southard also discusses the need for “multidimensional management” of geriatric patients due to their complex histories and, in some cases, various medical and health issues that can affect rehabilitation. NYIT alumnus Kosta Kokolis is also featured in the article.
Dr. Mindy Haar in M2 Woman on “Healthy” Foods
Feb 05, 2016
Protein powder is among the items that aren’t truly necessary for most people, says Mindy Haar, Ph.D., of NYIT School of Health Professions. Haar is among several experts quoted in an article in M2Woman.
Washington Post Publishes President Guiliano Op-Ed
Feb 05, 2016
It's welcome news that the 2016 federal spending bill has increased financing for the National Institutes of Health and the National Science Foundation, among others. Funding for these agencies and the research they support has been flat for years.
"But revolutionary innovation depends on more than robust financing," writes NYIT President Edward Guiliano, Ph.D., in a Washington Post op-ed. "It also requires doctors, engineers, and researchers to embrace the humanities. Indeed, the world's biggest challenges—whether economic, environmental, technological, or physical—demand critical thinking, empathy, cultural literacy, and creativity. These skills are cultivated through an education that embraces the humanities."
The desire to improve the human experience through science is often inspired by the humanities, adds Guiliano. He cites several examples across higher education, including NYIT's minor in Medical Humanities.
Dr. Jerry Balentine in The DO on Medical Moments on Seinfeld
Jan 28, 2016
Vice President for Medical Affairs and Global Health Jerry Balentine, D.O., discusses the lighter side of medicine featured on numerous Seinfeld episodes in an article in The DO. One episode of the show features character Kramer’s odd stint as a standardized patient—and NYIT instructors show that clip to medical students who work with standardized patients. "The people who run the (NYIT) center say that as soon as the clip comes on, many students remember it, and they relax and start laughing a little bit,” says Balentine. “It helps calm them down when they're nervous. And it's fun for them to realize that there's something on Seinfeld about medical education."
Martin Gerdes on Thyroid/Cardiac Research on The Academic Minute
Jan 26, 2016
“In the past few years, a series of animal studies have shown that heart health can improve with low doses of thyroid hormones,” says Biomedical Sciences Chair Martin Gerdes, Ph.D., in an Academic Minute broadcast about his research. “It’s very likely such improvements will occur in human hearts too – but we need clinical trials to provide clear evidence.