Features and Videos
Electrical and Computer Engineering, B.S. student Maria Crawford sat down with The Box to share how, through her recent internship experience, she helped high school students discover their love for STEM.
The second annual New Student Academic Convocation, developed and emceed by Associate Provost for Student Engagement and Development Tiffani Blake to welcome New York Tech’s newest students, was held virtually on September 10.
Julia Andor chose New York Tech for its accredited architecture program. What she discovered is a place where she could spread her wings beyond the classroom, becoming the president of the Long Island chapter of the American Institute of Architecture Students.
Fifteen students from 12 colleges and universities conducted various research projects during the 10-week Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program.
Biology major Christina Varady sat down with The Box to talk about her new role as Student Government Association vice president for judicial affairs and her research on cervical cancer detection.
Through New York Tech’s Office of Career Success and Experiential Education, computer science major Sakshi Rambhia landed coveted positions with Google and Microsoft.
When life sciences/osteopathic medicine student Rohan Anthony isn’t studying to become a doctor, he is serving the New York Tech community as the Student Government Association vice president for public affairs for the Long Island campus.
Master’s candidate Melanie Jelen (B.S. ’20) is the recipient of the 2021 Women Economic Developers of Long Island Madeline Orsini Scholarship. She spoke to The Box about the award and her plans for the future.
By the Numbers
- Undergraduate: 3,637
- Graduate: 2,477
- Medical/Professional: 1,821
Racial and Ethnic Makeup
(New York/online only)
- American Indian/Alaska Native (0.2%)
- Asian (19.2%)
- Black/African-American (9.2%)
- Hispanic/Latino (15.5%)
- Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander (0.4%)
- White (24.4%)
- Two or more ethnicities (3.8%)
- Unknown (10.8%)
- Non-resident alien (16.5%)
Percent of International Students