Sep 26 2014
On the occasion of United Nations Climate Summit, where world leaders from 120 countries discussed strategies for the formulation of new global climate treaty, a large group of NYIT faculty, staff and Energy Management
and Environmental Technology and Sustainability
students got opportunity to be the part of one of the People's Climate Change March
on Sunday September 21, 2014. The biggest such march in the world, which started right by NYIT’s Manhattan campus at Columbus circle and ended at 34th street 11th Avenue. Graduate student Neetu Singh noted that “was one of the most extraordinary mobilizations he has ever been associated with. It was an example of socialization, a moment of pride of being united, and a clarion call for passionate activism going forward crowd for regulations on greenhouse gas emissions. This event was a huge fusion of humanity for a common concern- We have only one earth, save it.”
Over 300,000 people and over 40 groups including Indigenous People, Mountaintop Removal, Save the Arctic, Food and Water Justice and Hurricane Sandy- and other climate impacted populations participated in the march.
Sep 26 2014
We invite freshmen, sophomores, juniors and first year masters students interested in computer science and technology to apply for the Morgan Stanley Diversity Technology Showcase. You will have the opportunity to learn about a variety of technologies used at Morgan Stanley, meet analysts from our trainee program, and learn more about our Technology Summer Intern Program/application process.
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Sep 26 2014
NYIT's School of Education, School of Health Professions, and School of Engineering and Computing Sciences co-hosted an National Science Foundation workshop at NYIT's de Serversky Mansion on September 23, 2014. Dr. Christopher Hoadley, NSF program officer in the cyberlearning and Future learning Technologies program, presented the topic "National Science Foundation Grant Opportunities and Trends of Grant Solicitation". Faculty from all schools at NYIT and neighboring institutions including NYU, LIU, Hofstra University, Teachers College at Columbia University, attended the workshop to learn about various funding opportunities at NSF, grant writing tips, the grant review process, and networked to discuss cross-disciplinary collaborative ideas.