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Civil and Urban Engineering Students Put Their Traffic Knowledge to the Test

The 2017 ITE Northeastern Collegiate Traffic Bowl and Research Symposium, hosted by NYU Tandon School of Engineering’s student chapter of the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE),...

One of Tandon’s Newest Faculty Members Shines at the Latest Faculty Meets Faculty Event

At regular Faculty Meets Faculty events, Tandon professors are given the opportunity to explain their research to colleagues, field questions, and enjoy an hour or so of camaraderie before returning...

From Tandon to TED

Every year, TED selects a group of rising stars in a variety of fields to become Residents. There’s a rigorous application process and only those with a record of achievement, strength of...

Tandon Mechatronics Experts Explore Mixed-Reality for Laboratory Education

Even as mobile devices have become increasingly powerful and popular among learners and instructors alike, research involving their comprehensive integration into educational laboratory activities...

Light at Night

Inspiration can come from many sources, especially if you’re a creative person focused on human-centered design like the members of the NYU studio of Design for America (DFA). Last year, along...

A Walk and a Talk: Allan Goldstein's essay featured in award-winning magazine on disability

Kaleidoscope Magazine recently featured a personal essay by Allan Goldstein, senior lecturer in Technology, Culture, and Society at NYU Tandon, in their winter/spring 2017 issue. The award-winning...

Remembering Alum Charles Stokes on National Doctors Day

News emerges regularly from NYU about ambitious collaborative work being done by Tandon researchers and those from the university’s medical, dental, and nursing schools — everything from...

Alum Charles Blanksteen Discusses the State of Healthcare and How Technology Can Help

Charles L. Blanksteen (’79) was the latest alum to keynote a Dean’s Roundtable event, addressing a select group of students who had been invited to attend on the basis of their stellar...

Honoring Women in STEM: Alesha Castillo

In the Castillo Laboratory for Mechanobiology and Regenerative Medicine at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering, Assistant Professor Alesha Castillo conducts cutting-edge research in skeletal...

The (Research) Stars Shine Bright in Texas

When Jeyavijayan (JV) Rajendran was a graduate student at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering, it was not unusual to see him mentioned on the school website. Working with Professor Ramesh Karri...