Energy Conference Explores Safety, Comfort, and Sustainability in Facilities
June 17, 2019
New York Institute of Technology College of Engineering and Computing Sciences recently gathered tech and sustainability experts to discuss advancements impacting and disrupting the energy sector at its 14th Annual Energy Conference.
New York Institute of Technology Salutes the Class of 2019 at 58th Commencement
May 19, 2019
Nearly 7,000 graduates, families, and friends gathered at New York Institute of Technology’s Long Island campus to celebrate its 58th annual commencement. The event saluted 2,769 candidates for graduation from throughout the United States and 64 countries.
Conference Sparks Innovative Discussions on AI Machine Learning
May 09, 2019
On May 8, New York Institute of Technology, in partnership with LISTnet and Check Point Software Technologies Ltd., gathered tech experts and aficionados to discuss cutting-edge artificial intelligence (AI) advancements impacting and disrupting today’s businesses.
New York Institute of Technology Featured in Groundbreaking Strategy Book
May 08, 2019
New York Institute of Technology’s work in increasing the opportunities for students to participate in innovation and entrepreneurship activities is being highlighted this month in a new book.
New York Institute of Technology Welcomes New Vice President for Enrollment Management
May 06, 2019
Henry C. “Hank” Foley, Ph.D., president of New York Institute of Technology, announced that Joseph Posillico, Ed.D., C.P.A., has joined the university as vice president for enrollment management, effective May 1. Posillico has nearly 30 years of higher education experience in strategic enrollment management, student financial services, and recruitment and retention.
New York Institute of Technology Wins $600K from NSF to Help Students Enter Tech Careers
May 01, 2019
Faculty members at New York Institute of Technology’s NYIT College of Engineering and Computing Sciences have received a five-year National Science Foundation grant exceeding $600,000 to support students from low-income backgrounds to study and graduate from two tech-intensive majors. Known informally as FASTRAC, the program will help fill the national need for well-educated scientists, mathematicians, engineers, and technicians.
National Science Foundation Awards STEM Teacher Prep Grant to New York Institute of Technology
May 01, 2019
New York Institute of Technology has received a National Science Foundation Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program grant of $1.2 million to prepare high school math and science teachers to work in high-need school districts. The institution will work with four public high schools on Long Island and the New York Hall of Science to implement an innovative teacher training program.
New York Institute of Technology Unveils Major Public Sector Scholarship
April 25, 2019
New York Institute of Technology President Henry C. “Hank” Foley, Ph.D., today announced a new public sector scholarship to honor the commitment and dedication of police officers, firefighters, EMT personnel, and K-12 teachers throughout New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. The new scholarship provides children of these public servants up to 50 percent tuition discount on any of the university’s 50+ full-time undergraduate programs, beginning in the 2019 fall semester.
New York Institute of Technology Honors Voya Financial CHRO Kevin Silva With Honorary Degree
April 22, 2019
New York Institute of Technology will award an honorary degree to Kevin D. Silva, executive vice president and chief human resources officer for Voya Financial, Inc., the New York City-based financial services company with $8.5 billion in 2018 revenues, at its 58th annual commencement on Sunday, May 19.
NYIT Appoints Beheshti As Dean, College of Engineering and Computing Sciences
April 01, 2019
Babak D. Beheshti, Ph.D., has been appointed dean of the College of Engineering and Computing Sciences at New York Institute of Technology (NYIT).