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Student Profile: Lillian Pratt

Profile | May 20, 2022

When she first came to New York Tech, life sciences/biomedical engineering major Lillian “Lilly” Pratt wasn’t sure whether medical school was for her but her time her helped solidify that goal. As she prepares to graduate in May, Pratt is preparing to embark on a new adventure: graduate school at Cornell.

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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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Student Profile: Bakhtawar Shahbaz

Profile | Apr 18, 2022

In an interview with The Box, Bakhtawar Shahbaz, a psychology major and the student orator for the university’s 61st Commencement ceremony, reflects on her time at New York Tech.

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Innovative Solutions for 21st-Century Global Health Issues

Feature | Apr 06, 2022

The Center for Global Health once again competed at the annual Emory Morningside Global Health Case Competition.

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Alumni Profile: Clifford Virgin III

Profile | Mar 23, 2022

As senior vice president at RBC Wealth Management, Clifford Virgin III (B.S. ’81) helps his clients reach their financial goals. He also advises the next generation, visiting schools to teach students about financial literacy.

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Student Profile: Anthony (Tony) Song Lara

Profile | Mar 08, 2022

Anthony (Tony) Song Lara is devoted to education and helping others. At New York Tech, he worked as a teaching assistant and is currently the president of the Graduate Student Association, where he is focused on creating a pleasant student experience.

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New York Tech Awards Mini-Research Grants to High School Students for Fifth Straight Year

Feature | Feb 10, 2022

Underscoring its commitment to undergraduate research and to building a pipeline for students to pursue science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields, New York Institute of Technology has awarded 30 research projects from 20 high schools with New York Tech Mini-Research Grant Awards.

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Large NIH Grant Supports Work in Direct Sequencing of RNA Modifications

Feature | Dec 13, 2021

With a National Institutes of Health (NIH) research grant, Associate Professor of Biological and Chemical Sciences Shenglong Zhang, Ph.D., will lead a team of researchers to determine how RNA modifications affect conditions including cancer and diabetes.

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Alumni Profile: Keesha Burke-Henderson

Profile | Nov 29, 2021

As chief diversity officer for Randolph College, Keesha Burke-Henderson’s mission is to facilitate a culture of community and confront the impact of equity disparities within an educational setting.

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Student Profile: Tiffany Roberts

Profile | Nov 10, 2021

Chemistry major Tiffany Roberts’ already packed class schedule just got a little busier as she takes on roles with the Black Student Union, academic senate, and a fellowship with the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators.

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