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Professor O’Neil Wins Office of Naval Research Young Investigator Award

Michael O’Neil, an assistant professor of mathematics at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering and the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, will receive a 2017 Office of Naval Research (...

A High-Powered Panel Discusses NY’s Growing High-Tech Economy

On March 9, City & State New York, a media company devoted to covering government and politics, hosted an “On Technology” event that drew such figures as Sree Sreenivasan, the city...

Honoring Women in STEM: Tatiana Pilon

“There was always a huge push at home to go above and beyond in my education,” Tatiana Pilon said of her parents, whom she credits with instilling in her the drive to explore and to push...

Tandon Finds out What’s New at New Lab and Hears the Buzz from Honeybee Robotics

MD5, a national security technology accelerator, recently partnered with the NYU Tandon MakerSpace to launch a workshop series featuring speakers on hardtech, prototyping, and entrepreneurship. The...

Future of Energy: AABE honors undergraduate students’ leadership

The New York Metropolitan chapter of the American Association of Blacks in Energy (AABE-NYMAC) honored undergraduate students Sederick Dawkins ’17 and Justin Sutton ’17 last month for...

Honoring Women in STEM: Jin Montclare

With Professor Jin Montclare’s passion for K-12 STEM education and mentorship, it comes as no surprise that she herself benefitted from continuous support in her education and in her love for...

New course aims to prepare students for entrepreneurial, innovative capstone projects

During their senior year, many NYU Tandon students work on capstone projects — representative culminations of their studies and their academic and professional interests. For students who want...

Tandon Teams Shine as Part of the NYC Media Lab’s Newest Combine Cohort

The NYC Media Lab’s “Combine” initiative coordinates faculty, students, entrepreneurs, and others to build a “spinoff engine” aimed at commercializing the technology...

NYU Tandon Making Herstory

NYU Tandon's continued efforts to bridge the gender gap in STEM fields are paying off — last year 37 percent of Tandon freshman were women, the highest percentage in Tandon history,...

A Bridge to NYU Tandon: Student shares her journey from non-profits to computer science

As Lucia Yu was preparing to graduate in 2016 from New York University, she debated how best to incorporate her focus on economics, anthropology and public policy with a burgeoning interest in...