New York Tech Professor Earns NSF Grant to Advance Mobile Edge Computing Research
September 14, 2021
Jerry Cheng, Ph.D. will lend his computer science expertise to research supported by the National Science Foundation, which will ensure that smart device computing advancements do not outpace experiments in the field.
New York Tech Researcher Earns NSF Grant to Solve Cosmic Mystery
September 07, 2021
A New York Institute of Technology physicist has secured an NSF grant in an attempt to solve one of science’s greatest mysteries: how the universe formed from stardust.
New York Tech Supports K-8 STEM Education Through $3.75 Million in State Grants
July 28, 2021
New York Institute of Technology will work with school districts across Nassau County on teacher training initiatives that were recently granted more than $3.75 million in funding by the New York State Department of Education.
New York Tech Announces New Board Positions
June 01, 2021
Peter J. Romano, an alumnus of New York Institute of Technology, has been named chair of the university’s Board of Trustees, succeeding Kevin D. Silva, executive vice president and chief human resources officer at Voya Financial, who will become a Trustee Emeritus.
New York Tech Celebrates its 60th Commencement
May 24, 2021
New York Institute of Technology yesterday celebrated its 60th annual commencement virtually, with students, families, friends, New York Tech faculty, and staff tuning in to a stream that included conferral of degrees in individual school ceremonies that recognized each member of the Class of 2021 via a personalized slide.
New York Tech Welcomes Associate Provost
May 19, 2021
Michaela Rome, Ph.D., has joined New York Institute of Technology as associate provost.
NYITCOM Researcher Secures NIH Grant to Study How Stress Contributes to Clinical Depression
May 18, 2021
An NYITCOM researcher has secured a grant from the National Institutes of Health for research that may help to identify breakthrough treatments for clinical depression.
Farmingdale State Students Now Eligible for Automatic Admission into Top New York Tech Graduate Programs
May 06, 2021
A new agreement between New York Institute of Technology and Farmingdale State College allows qualified Farmingdale State students automatic admission into select graduate programs in the NYIT College of Engineering and Computing Sciences.
New York Tech Adds Talent to Student Life Team
March 18, 2021
Felipe Henao and Patricia Napolitano have joined New York Institute of Technology as dean of students and associate dean of students, respectively.
New York Tech’s Women’s Technology Council Establishes Mentoring Program
March 16, 2021
New York Institute of Technology’s Women’s Technology Council has established a mentoring program to support and guide the university’s female students from college to career.