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Faculty Profile: Felix Fischman

Profile | Dec 01, 2021

A veteran of private industry as well as university teaching, Assistant Professor Felix Fischman believes the best way to learn in any computer language is to understand the origins of object-oriented programming.

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Faculty Profile: James Scire

Profile | Oct 19, 2021

Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering James Scire, Ph.D., always knew he wanted to go into engineering, even before he knew what it was called. Now he teaches mechanical and aerospace engineering at New York Tech, preparing the next generation of engineers.

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Third Quarter in Review

Feature | Oct 12, 2021

A roundup of research grants and awards obtained by New York Tech faculty that support original and innovative research to provide a student experience that inspire critically creative thinking through fundamental or applied experiences.

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Students First: Fall Academic Plans with the Deans

Feature | Aug 04, 2021

Deans and representatives from New York Tech’s colleges and schools joined the university community for the second discussion of the 2021 Students First: Community Conversations series.

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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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Spotlight on Faculty Tenures and Promotions

Feature | Jun 25, 2021

As New York Tech prepares for the 2021-2022 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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New York Tech Energy Conference: Building Sustainable Communities

Feature | Jun 14, 2021

Energy experts discussed the latest innovations in buildings, vehicles, and power systems as well as offered their insights on trends in community resilience and sustainability.

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Making Radars Smarter in Congested Radio Frequency Environment

Feature | May 05, 2021

Assistant professor Batu Chalise, Ph.D., and a professor at Villanova University have been awarded $240,000 from the Army Research Laboratory as part of a subcontract from Alion Science and Technology to enhance state-of-the-art radar functionality.

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In Honor of Earth Day

Feature | Apr 22, 2021

Since the first Earth Day in 1970, colleges and universities have been central figures of the environmental movement. Now, New York Tech faculty and students are working to solve some of the planet’s most pressing issues.

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Biotechnology, COVID-19, and Beyond

Feature | Apr 14, 2021

At the Biotechnology Summit: “Innovation in the Time of COVID and Beyond,” experts discussed the latest research in biotech and how these findings are impacting the treatment of COVID-19.

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