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Digital Cafe: Building Community Capacity in Puerto Rico

Event | Dec 08, 2022

Disasters resulting from climate and man-made hazards are in the news every day. Why do the same places keep experiencing disasters? How can people and governments better manage disaster mitigation and recovery from a disaster? Join us as Professors Farzana Gandhi and Jim Martinez discuss and examine some of Puerto Rico's vulnerabilities and highlight community-driven and effective responses.
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Meet the Office of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging

Event | Dec 08, 2022

Meet the members of the Office of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging at an online webinar. We will explain the organization of our office, including our advisory and DEI committees, and discuss the many ways our office supports the New York Tech community.
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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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Research Activities: William Letsou, Ph.D., Assistant Professor

Blog | Sep 29, 2022

William Letsou earned his Ph.D. in Chemistry at the California Institute of Technology under Dr. Long Cai. His research strives to find mathematical and statistical models that describe how genes work together in combination to produce various cell types and phenotypes
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Faculty Profile: Jacqueline Keighron

Profile | Sep 14, 2022

From a young age, Assistant Professor Jacqueline Keighron, Ph.D., was encouraged to question and explore science. At New York Tech, she gives students that same support as she works with them on research projects.


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New York Tech Welcomes New Faculty

Feature | Sep 08, 2022

After a pandemic-driven hiatus, New York Institute of Technology once again welcomed new faculty in person at an August 30 reception at the newly renovated Salten Hall Café on the Long Island campus.


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Hadjiargyrou Is New York Tech’s First Distinguished Professor

Feature | Jun 29, 2022

Professor Michael Hadjiargyrou, Ph.D., chair of the Department of Biological and Chemical Sciences and director of the D.O./Ph.D. program, has been named New York Institute of Technology’s first distinguished professor. This designation recognizes outstanding faculty who have achieved the highest levels of scholarship over the course of their careers.


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Spotlight on Faculty Tenures and Promotions

Feature | Jun 06, 2022

As New York Tech prepares for the 2022-2023 academic year, several faculty members were recognized for their outstanding teaching, scholarship, service, and commitment to the university through tenure and promotions.


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Researching Treatments for Pediatric Brain Cancer

Feature | Jun 02, 2022

New York Tech researchers published scientific findings that could bring the medical community one step closer to winning the fight against pediatric brain cancer.


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News Byte: Amanda Golden Receives NEH Summer Stipend

Feature | Apr 22, 2022

Associate Professor of English Amanda Golden, Ph.D., is among 103 faculty scholars to receive a $6,000 National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) summer stipend, and the first New York Tech faculty member to receive the prestigious award.


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