Updates for Faculty & Staff
NYIT Names 19 Recipients of Presidential Global Fellowships
Dec 16 2014

Nineteen NYIT students are recipients of 2015 Presidential Global Fellowships ranging from $500 to $5,000 for research and creative projects. The awards support NYIT's efforts to broaden students' perspectives and inspire their interaction with the larger world through new academic and cultural experiences. Creativity was encouraged with students seeking new and unfamiliar educational experiences.

Examples include 4th-year medical student Megan Flynn's participation in the Peruvian Outreach Program, a four-week medical mission in Trujillo, where she will work with a local hospital and smaller satellite facilities to provide pediatric and maternity care, health screenings and educational services, and senior architecture student Paula S. Inacio's study of the Sanctuary of Fatima in Portugal as part of her architectural thesis and design for a peace and healing center. View a list of all Presidential Global Fellows.

The program is funded by a philanthropic gift to NYIT.

Happy Holidays to All!
Dec 16 2014

NYIT wishes you happy holidays and best wishes for the new year. The New York campuses will be closed from Wednesday, Dec. 24 through Friday, Jan. 2.

Upcoming Events
Dec 16 2014
Mark your calendar for the "Traces" Exhibition, "The Inside" Exhibition, and Tech Talks PechaKucha Event
Faculty and Staff Accomplishments and News
Dec 16 2014
Read about Jonathan Goldman's article; Kate O'Hara's book; Ernst VanBergeijk's presentation
Office of Campus Security Hosts Holiday Luncheon for a Cause
Dec 15 2014
Members of the Office of Campus Security in Old Westbury, Manhattan, and Central Islip, N.Y., hosted a holiday luncheon for the Long Island Metropolitan Area College and University Security Consortium on Dec. 5 at the NYIT de Seversky Mansion.
Meet Taha Al-Douri
Dec 15 2014
He is assistant dean of the School of Architecture and Design at NYIT-Abu Dhabi and strategic advisor for the Middle East
NYIT Wins Grant to Develop STEM Programs
Dec 12 2014
New York state has awarded the School of Engineering and Computing Sciences a $100,000 grant to develop engineering and technology labs to train veterans, college, and high school students, including low-income, minorities and girls, in STEM skills.
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Faculty & Staff
Julie Fratrik
Julie Fratrik Director, Global Academic Exchange
Office: Center for Global Academic Exchange
Campus: Manhattan
Lawrence Herman
Lawrence Herman Department: Physician Assistant Studies
Campus: Old Westbury