With guidance from expert faculty, our students conduct research, work on projects, present at conferences and NYIT’s annual SOURCE (Symposium of University Research and Creative Expression), excel in international competitions, and travel abroad to enhance their NYIT educational experience. Recent news includes:
Twas the season for world peace and holiday cheer in December 2015, when students from NYIT, including our students in the College of Arts and Sciences, applied their artistry and tech savvy to design peace-themed 3-D ornaments for the holiday tree in Manhattan's Lincoln Square. Read more >
Students in NYIT's digital art and design, engineering, and business management programs made gadgets and games that help disabled children and adults. In this fall 2015 interdisciplinary project, they worked with The Viscardi Center, a network of nonprofit organizations, including the Viscardi School, that offers services for people with disabilities. Read more >
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