October 25, 2017
NEWBURGH, N.Y. -
A group of about three dozen members of the Mount Saint Mary College community recently visited New York Public Radio.
More than 30 Mount Saint Mary College information technology and journalism students visited New York Public Radio in New York City on October 19.
The Mount group was given a tour of the New York Public Radio building’s information technology infrastructure and learned about the station’s broadcast environment.
The trip was organized by the Mount's Career Center – which prepares students for varied career opportunities in the Hudson Valley, New York City, the Capital Region, and beyond – along with faculty from the Division of Math and Information Technology and the Division of Arts and Letters.
Mount faculty and staff who attended were Smitha Kakkuzhi, assistant professor of information technology; Bojan Lazarevic, associate professor of information technology; Regina Pappalardo, assistant professor of communications; Sagar Raina, assistant professor of information technology and Byte Knights faculty advisor; Ellen Bourhis Nolan, associate director of the Career Center; and Heather Fitzsimmons, career counselor.
Members of Byte Knights, the Mount’s information technology student club, were in attendence as well.
More than 30 Mount Saint Mary College students enjoyed an educational trip to New York Public Radio in New York City on October 19.