New Books by Faculty and Staff

Feature | Jan 10, 2023

New Books by Faculty and Staff
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More School Counselors Could Help Address America’s Youth Mental Health Crisis

Feature | Jan 09, 2023

A Salon op-ed by Assistant Professor of School Counseling Cameka Hazel, Ed.D., calls for expanded access to school counselors as a concrete strategy for improving youth mental health.


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Shining a Light on Student Research

Feature | Dec 22, 2022

More than 40 undergraduate students showcased their scientific research at Theobald Science Center on December 16.
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News Byte: Studying the Impact of Smartphones in the Classroom

Feature | Dec 07, 2022

New research by the College of Arts and Sciences’ Melissa Huey, Ph.D., finds that smartphones negatively impact college students’ classroom experience.


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Research for a Better World

Feature | Dec 05, 2022

Faculty and student researchers join forces across schools and colleges to address challenges, find solutions, and fuel innovation, giving students unique experiences that enhance their learning and allowing them to work with colleagues outside their areas of study on a common goal.


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Partners in Business and Life

Feature | Nov 16, 2022

When Kerri Davidson Haack (B.S. ’00) and Michael Haack (B.Arch. ’01) met as undergraduates at New York Tech, they embarked on a journey that would take them from building their careers and starting a family to business partners.


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Student Profile: Sibel Sezen

Profile | Oct 20, 2022

Sibel Sezen (B.P.S. ’21) believes the possible uses for data analysis are limitless and is excited by the potential it has to help people. After receiving a bachelor's in interdisciplinary studies, she is continuing her education at New York Tech, pursuing a master's degree in data science.


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Creating Safer Schools for LGBTQ+ Students

Feature | Oct 06, 2022

In observance of National Coming Out Day, Daniel Cinotti, Ph.D., associate professor of school counseling, shares how school counselors and educators can identify and address LGBTQ+ bullying.


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