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Book Club is a Pillar in the Community

Feature | Aug 22, 2022

Professor Frank Lorne, Ph.D., and Adjunct Instructor Jamel Vanderburg saw a need to strengthen communities at New York Tech. Together, they formed the Third Pillar Book Club, which focuses on bolstering relationships through the exchange of ideas and rational dialogues around themes generated from books.


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Vancouver’s Shao Named an Outstanding Educator in North America

Feature | Jul 20, 2022

Assistant Professor Yunlong Shao, Ph.D., has been named one of six outstanding educators in North America by Instructure, the maker of the Canvas learning management system.


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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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New York Tech Gives Back

Feature | Apr 27, 2022

More than 150 volunteers from New York Tech’s Long Island, New York City, and Vancouver campuses participated in the university’s fifth annual Community Engagement Day, logging over 250 hours of service.


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Student Profile: Ishan Mehta

Profile | Mar 24, 2022

Ishan Mehta may have his sights on a career in computer forensics, but when he’s not looking at a screen, you can find him hiking the trails near New York Tech’s Vancouver campus.


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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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