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Adina Tsibulevskiy, a senior working towards her B.S. in electrical and computer engineering and a minor in mathematics, is the first recipient of the Nada Anid Scholarship. She discusses her plans for the future, including being a role model for women in STEM.
New research by the College of Arts and Sciences’ Melissa Huey, Ph.D., finds that smartphones negatively impact college students’ classroom experience.
After receiving a bachelor’s degree in architecture and urban design in São Paulo, Brazil, Gabrielle Soares came to New York Tech to pursue a master’s in urban design and landed an internship with the New York City Department of City Planning.
Faculty and student researchers join forces across schools and colleges to address challenges, find solutions, and fuel innovation, giving students unique experiences that enhance their learning and allowing them to work with colleagues outside their areas of study on a common goal.
On November 18, 51 medical students showcased their scholarly work at the College of Osteopathic Medicine’s (NYITCOM) annual Student Research Symposium.
NYITCOM topped the list for colleges of osteopathic medicine in Diverse Issues in Higher Education’s lists of the top 100 producers of degrees, including at the doctoral level, awarded to minority students.
New York Tech has extended its contract with NASA, giving student employees of the ETIC an opportunity to build five new prototypes for the agency.
By the Numbers
- Undergraduate: 3,419
- Graduate: 2,490
- Medical/Professional: 1,762 (NY and AR)
Racial and Ethnic Makeup
(New York/online only)
- American Indian/Alaska Native (0.2%)
- Asian (20.5%)
- Black/African-American (9.9%)
- Hispanic/Latino (17.0%)
- Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander (0.4%)
- Non-resident alien (14.6%)
- Two or more ethnicities (3.7%)
- Unknown (6.4%)
- White (27.3%)
PERCENT OF FIRST-TIME FULL-TIME DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS RECEIVING INSTITUTIONAL AID
Percent of International Students
First-Generation Undergraduate Students
Financial Aid Award
- $33,016 average financial aid award for first-time, full-time degree-seeking students at our New York campuses