Tuesday Nov 26
Ernie A. Anastos Recognized by Strathmore's Who's Who Worldwide Publication
New York, NY, November 26, 2013 -- -- Ernie A. Anastos of New York, New York has been included as a Professional of the Year in the Strathmore's Who's Who Worldwide Edition for his outstanding contributions and achievements in the field of broadcasting.
This prototype turns a pallet of water bottles into a disaster shelter
When a natural disaster strikes, two of the most pressing needs for the survivors are drinking water and shelter, and a unique project from the New York Institute of Technology's School of Architecture and Design could provide the solution to the second of those by using the packaging from the first.
Disaster housing made from water bottles solves two needs at once
Students at the New York Institute of Technology began with a simple observation about what happens after a disaster hits: "Two things typically show up at relief sites:  Water bottles on  shipping pallets."
Beckers ASC Review
Dr. Bamdad Farhad Joins Southeastern Surgical Center
Bamdad Farhad, DO, joined Southeastern Surgical Center in Lumberton, N.C., according to a Fayette Observer report .
Higher education notebook
ASU will consider osteopathic deal JONESBORO - Arkansas State University and the New York Institute of Technology have signed a nonbinding agreement to explore the development of an osteopathic medicine school here.
Wantagh Security Expert Helps Small Businesses Stay Safe
Wantagh resident Frank Catalano has been involved in security for 18 years. He is director of security at New York Institute of Technology, and a year ago created his own business, First Line Security Consulting, Inc. Frank recently spoke to Catalano about his workand why he struck out on his own.
NYIT Expert Available to Discuss National Physician Shortage
Richard A. Cooper, M.D., director of New York Institute of Technology's Center for the Future of the Healthcare Workforce, is available to discuss the national physician shortage.