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

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Student Profile: Rasheed Martin

Profile | Sep 20, 2022

Aspiring engineer and president of the Black Student Union Rasheed Martin wants to change the underrepresentation of the Black community in engineering. “As president, I will be implementing new standards that will help put our community in the best position to be successful socially, educationally, and professionally.”


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REU Fellows Search for Ways to Secure Mobile Devices and Wireless Networks

Feature | Aug 18, 2022

Ten fellows in the Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program collaborated with New York Tech faculty and graduate students in research on methods to secure mobile devices and wireless networks.


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Student Profile: Harminderjeet Kaur

Profile | Jul 26, 2022

When Harminderjeet “Harminder” Kaur (B.S. ’22) first came to New York Tech, she was nervous. But she quickly found her place by getting involved in campus life and taking on leadership roles with various clubs and organizations.


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Student Profile: Xi (Ethan) Rao

Profile | Jul 12, 2022

Xi (Ethan) Rao enjoys competitive programming and has participated in several contests. In May 2022, he entered Kick Start, Google’s coding competition, coming in second in Canada and 25th in the world.


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Student Profile: Mary Margarette Sanchez

Profile | Jul 07, 2022

Mary Margarette Sanchez is making the most of her college experience, working on multiple research projects across different disciplines, and coming in second in the Sigma Xi Student Research Competition.


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Engineering Students Get Creative

Feature | Jun 08, 2022

For their entry in the New York State Industries for the Disabled CREATE Symposium, three College of Engineering and Computing Sciences students developed a more efficient way for employees who are neurodiverse to assemble cardboard packaging materials.


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Student Awarded Prestigious Department of Defense Scholarship

Feature | May 24, 2022

A fifth New York Tech student has been awarded the Department of Defense (DoD) Cyber Scholarship.


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New York Tech Celebrates Its 61st Commencement

Feature | May 22, 2022

New York Institute of Technology graduates, family members, and friends joined faculty, staff, and administration in person on May 22 at the university’s Long Island campus to celebrate its 61st annual commencement.


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Student Profile: Michael Valenzuela

Profile | May 19, 2022

Although he transferred to another school earlier in his undergraduate career, Michael “Mikey” Valenzuela quickly transferred back to New York Tech. “I feel comfortable, confident, and at home here,” he says.


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UREP Students Take on Real-World Challenges

Feature | May 18, 2022

On May 10, students in the Undergraduate Research Entrepreneurship Program (UREP) showcased their final projects, showcasing solutions for pressing real-world problems in sustainability, precision healthcare, and renewable energy.


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