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Faculty Profile: Robert Alexander

Profile | Jun 03, 2024

In his research, Assistant Professor of Psychology and Counseling Robert Alexander, Ph.D., focuses on eye movements and the role they play not just in vision but also perception and cognition.


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Investigating Mental Health Stigma in College Students

Feature | May 02, 2024

For Mental Health Awareness Month 2024, New York Tech News highlights research by Assistant Professor of Psychology and Counseling Nayoung Kim, Ph.D., which sheds light on the relationship between race and mental health stigma.


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Study: 400-Year-Old Painting Offers Insights for Today’s Marketers

Feature | Apr 24, 2024

An eye movement study led by the College of Arts and Sciences’ Robert G. Alexander, Ph.D., suggests that techniques used in a Baroque-era painting could help today’s marketers catch the attention of modern consumers.


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Celebrating Research and Scholarship

Feature | Apr 01, 2024

Faculty and staff gathered at NYIT de Seversky Mansion to celebrate one another’s academic research and achievements at the annual Faculty Scholars recognition event.


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Study ‘Zooms’ in on Video Call Engagement

Feature | Feb 26, 2024

A study by psychology expert Melissa Huey, Ph.D., reveals which Zoom features improve focus—and which ones may not.


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Faculty Profile: Nayoung Kim

Profile | Jan 03, 2024

Nayoung Kim, Ph.D., an assistant professor in the Department of Psychology and Counseling, is a champion for mental wellness and minorities’ access to counseling services.


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Faculty Profile: Yusui Chen

Profile | Dec 07, 2023

Assistant Professor of Physics Yusui Chen, Ph.D., is a first-generation college student and the first in his family to earn a doctoral degree. The personal honor is not one he takes lightly, as he committed early in his academic career to becoming an educator so he may help students with backgrounds like his own.


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Faculty Participate in Modernist Studies Association Conference

Feature | Nov 09, 2023

Amanda Golden, Ph.D., associate professor and director of writing, co-chaired the recent Modernist Studies Association conference, which drew more than 700 attendees. She talks about her experience and New York Tech’s participation.


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Dangerous Books. Who Decides? And Should They?

Feature | Oct 24, 2023

In his course Dangerous Books, Professor Michael Schiavi, Ph.D., tackles book banning. Students will learn why books are censored and be asked to think about the assumptions that have caused them, as well as the effects these books might have if readers are permitted to discover them.


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Researchers Secure Prestigious Federal Grants

Feature | Oct 02, 2023

Five research projects led by faculty have collectively secured more than $1.6 million in federal funding from the National Science Foundation and the National Institutes of Health.


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