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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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Student Conducts Eye Movement Research

Feature | Feb 21, 2024

Psychology student Ola Abozid received a $3,350 scholarship supporting her research that tracks the eye movements of radiologists while viewing medical images.


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Students Achieve Second Place Win at Biology Conference

Feature | Jan 04, 2024

Biology majors Taimoor Chaudhry and Abdur-Rehman Hussain came in second place for their poster presentation in the biochemistry, biophysics, and biotechnology division at the 56th annual Metropolitan Association of College and University Biologists Conference.


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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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Alumni Profile: Erica Ayisi

Profile | Nov 30, 2023

When Erica Ayisi (B.F.A. ’03, M.A. ’10) takes on an story, it is always with a deep sense of curiosity. Her work has been published in countless nationally recognized media outlets and publications. And as a Pulitzer Center grantee, she receives funding to pursue work on underreported international human-interest stories.


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Student Profile: Ali Gedawi

Profile | Nov 13, 2023

Physics student Ali Gedawi did not see physics in his future—he thought he would become an engineer. But as he balances his studies with his role as president of the New York City campus Student Government Association, his professors have instilled in him a love for the field.


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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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Student Profile: Yamini Bhaveshbhai Patel

Profile | Nov 02, 2023

A biology student, a Student Government Association president, and a mixed martial artist walk into a classroom. There’s no punchline here—that’s just Yamini Bhaveshbhai Patel.


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