NYIT President Edward Guiliano, Ph.D., and other university officials attended an alumni dinner in Shanghai this week with nearly 200 China-based alumni. Yan Zhou, deputy secretary general of the China Education Association for International Exchange and a longtime friend of NYIT, also attended and greeted alumni.
NYIT has been offering degrees in China since 1998 and now has nearly 3,000 alumni living in China. To serve their career advancement and networking needs, the university opened a Shanghai office. Speaking to Shanghai media of this new development, Guiliano said: "It doesn't matter where our alumni are in China, we will be available to help them achieve their professional goals."