Dr. Douglas H. Sherman, Senior Vice President and Provost at NEIT, announced that the university has been named one of the Top 50 Undergraduate Schools to Study Game Design for 2021 by The Princeton Review, one of America’s best-known education services companies. Since 2010, The Princeton Review has recognized both undergraduate and graduate schools with the best programs in game design.
Dr. Douglas H. Sherman, Provost and Senior VP at NEIT, is pleased to announce that a team of NEIT students were named the Society for Advancement of Management International Collegiate Business Skills Champions in the Associate's Division at the 76th Annual Society for Advancement of Management International Business Conference
The Shipbuilding and Advanced Manufacturing Institute (SAMI) was established by NEIT to help fill a pipeline of skilled workers to be hired by regional manufacturers. The SAMI program, located at NEIT’s Post Road Campus in Warwick, Rhode Island, is seeking applicants for its machinist training program to fill multiple positions with local employers.
New England Institute of Technology is planning to have all classes in-person by the summer semester, the school announced on Tuesday. While it has already offered some in-person classes in the spring, NEIT says by July 19th it hopes to have all classes in-person going forward. The school made the announcement while acknowledging it will follow all recommendations from the CDC and the Rhode Island Department of Health.
Dr. Douglas H. Sherman, Senior Vice President and Provost at NEIT, announced that the Department of Homeland Security and the National Security Agency have designated the university as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education (CAE-CDE) through academic year 2025.
Richard I. Gouse, President of New England Institute of Technology (NEIT), announced that U.S. News & World Report has favorably ranked the college in several categories in its 2021 Best Regional Colleges (North) survey.
Dr. Douglas H. Sherman, Senior Vice President and Provost at New England Institute of Technology (NEIT), is pleased to announce that students in the university’s Video Game Design and Development degree program have collaborated with patients at
Hasbro Children’s Hospital and the Izzy Foundation to produce original video games while
developing new friendships.