Inside Engineering

This blog features news, events, student work and activities, faculty research, and more from NYIT’s College of Engineering and Computing Sciences. Contact smcgough@nyit.edu for more information.

New Student Academic Convocation

Event | Sep 10, 2021

All incoming students in Fall 2021 enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences, College of Engineering & Computing Sciences, School of Architecture & Design, School of Management; and School of Health Professions are invited to this official celebration of the beginning of their academic career at New York Tech.
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Alumni Profile: Kyriacos Athens Athanasiou

Profile | Jul 27, 2021

When he graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering in 1984, Kyriacos Athens Athanasiou, Ph.D., was only beginning to dream of where his focus and field might take him. In the years since, he has become one of the world’s foremost thinkers, inventors, and leaders in the world of biomedical engineering.


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Restoring Trust in Science

Feature | Jul 19, 2021

The mistrust of science has grown, fueling political divide and the spread of misinformation. Why doesn’t the public believe in science? And how can their trust be gained? New York Tech faculty and alumni weigh in.


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News Byte: Vancouver Cybersecurity Program Advisory Board Announced

Feature | Jul 15, 2021

The College of Engineering and Computing Sciences on the Vancouver campus welcomed the new members for the 2021 – 2023 term.


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New Degrees Prepare Students for In-Demand Fields

Feature | Jun 29, 2021

New York Tech has launched three new exciting degree programs that will prepare students to solve global challenges in engineering, public health, and business.


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Preparing Students for a New Workforce

Feature | Jun 28, 2021

At the Long Island Business News webinar, “Industry-Academic Partnerships for Technology and Economic Growth,” higher education and industry experts discussed the ways they can prepare students for careers and help businesses remain competitive and grow.


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