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In the Current Issue

In the fall 2020 issue: How New York Tech successfully responded to the COVID-19 pandemic and how the Entrepreneurship and Technology Innovation Center, now in its fifth year, continues to foster innovation and promote collaborations between industry, the academic community, professional organizations, and government.

Plus: Meet John Eichhorn (B.S. ’09), Robert Garland (B.S. ’08), Michael LaLuna (B.S. ’08), Chaya Levin (B.S. ’19), Evan Goldenberg (B.Arch. ’84), and Hallie Frederick (D.O. ’20).

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