NYIT School of Architecture and Design

No. 448: In which the Earth ages, Applied DNA’s patents proliferate and Marvel gets super-Sirius

  Turning point: Welcome to Wednesday, dear readers, as we hurtle the hump and steam into the latter half of this latest busy workweek. Holy moly: It’s Oct. 23 out there, and you certainly don’t need us to tell you this, but it’s Mole Day, celebrated internationally (at 6:02 a.m. and 6:02 p.m. precisely) by chemists and design/tech types. Of course, at those times, on this date, in the American style of date-writing, it’s 6:02…


With $2M gift, NYIT redesigns architectural programs

By GREGORY ZELLER // A sizeable grant from the IDC Foundation, the “legacy” organization spun out of the defunct Institute of Design and Construction, will support new architecture programs at the New York Institute of Technology – and tie them into a wide range of other academic disciplines. An award “exceeding $2 million” will help develop the “culture of making” at NYIT’s Manhattan-based School of Architecture and Design by “enabling faculty and students to explore…


NYIT designers nab prestigious Donghia awards

Two innovative NYIT students spent the summer redesigning their futures after landing prestigious Angelo Donghia Foundation scholarships. John Sanchez and Lana Kravtchenko, both entering their fourth year at the NYIT School of Architecture and Design, will each receive up to $30,000 for tuition and living expenses for their final year of study. Sanchez was awarded for his concept design of a new staircase for the Vennesla Library and Culture House in Norway, while Kravtchenko’s winning…