Twenty students at NYIT-Vancouver gathered yesterday to participate in “the Amazing Race,” a business and tourism-themed treasure hunt held at Vancouver’s scenic Granville Island. Read more. More photos.
NYIT-Vancouver hosted a community open house last night, where dozens of NYIT graduate students, alumni, faculty, and administrators welcomed more than 70 Vancouver business leaders and other friends of the university. The open house was an effort to establish new links and strengthen prior relationships with partners from around Vancouver’s business and educational communities. Read more.
At the start of the 2014-15 academic year, NYIT's President Edward Guiliano, Ph.D., welcomes all new and returning students. Read more.
Faisal Mohammad Khan, the recently elected chair of NYIT-Vancouver's Student Advisory Board (S.A.B), started in the NYIT M.B.A. program in spring of 2014. Prior to that, he was been busy setting up a technology business, Health Revive.
Read Faisal's profile here.
Seven M.B.A. students at NYIT-Vancouver served as volunteers at Vancouver’s inaugural SociaLIGHT conference. Yatin Patil, Rahul Jadhav, Guan-Ru Huang, Digpalsinh Chhatrasinh, Kiran More, Zi Qin, and Anudeep Nalla were proud to represent their university at the gathering of entrepreneurs, innovators, and business students looking for inspiration. The “LIGHT” in “SociaLIGHT” is an acronym which stands for “Leader Impacting Global Humanity Today.” More.
For the second year in a row NYIT Vancouver hosted a free tax clinic on campus where 16 volunteers had an opportunity to offer e-filing assistance to low income individuals. The tax clinic ran from March 3 until April 30th and was staffed by volunteers who completed a mandatory training program offered by representatives of Canada Revenue Agency’s Community Volunteer Income Tax Program … read more