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An Out-of-This-World Career

In 1964, after Jay Greene graduated with a degree in electrical engineering from what was then called the Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute (a school he had chosen for its solid reputation and...

Reception Honors Alumni with Dual Legacy

On April 9, graduates of Brooklyn Technical High School, one of the city’s most competitive and highly regarded public schools, gathered for homecoming festivities. They were treated to tours...

The Big Five-Oh

On Back to School Day, held April 16, dozens of alumni returned to NYU Tandon School of Engineering for a jam-packed time that included a tour led by a student ambassador, a behind-the-scenes look at...

Scientists who Wear Multiple Hats

The Faculty-to-Faculty events at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering are aimed at providing the school’s professors with a chance to speak to their colleagues about their latest research and...

Tandon-WEST Provides Prospective Students Opportunity to Network with NYU Women

The Tandon Women in Engineering, Science and Technology (Tandon-WEST) event provides prospective and admitted students the opportunity to network with and find out more about the accomplishments of...

Towards a Greener NYU Tandon

NYU Tandon has launched numerous green initiatives recently, and in celebration of Earth Day, you can read on to learn more about just a few of them. Off the Scrap Heap From small items like ...

Interacting with Robots? Mais Oui!

The French-American Doctoral Exchange Seminar (FADEx), a program organized by the Office for Science & Technology at the Embassy of France in the United States, is aimed at encouraging...

Patently Proud

In a recent report published by the National Academy of Inventors and the Intellectual Property Owners Association, NYU ranked among the top-20 universities in the world based on the number of...

Different and Dynamic

Photo credit: Emi Spicer The weekend of April 8-10, the fourth annual Different Games Conference was held at New York University’s MAGNET (Media and Games Network). It was a fitting venue...

An Entrepreneurial Force

Unless you’re a military history buff, you might not have heard of the Servicemen’s Readjustment Act of 1944, but chances are you know it by its more informal name: the GI Bill. Within a...