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A Participant in the Cybersecurity Summer Faculty Program Goes On to Win NSF CAREER Award

Qiaoyan Yu, an associate professor of electrical and computer engineering at the University of New Hampshire, recently received a prestigious National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER Award for her...

Doctoral Student Honored for Commitment to Protecting Water

The underlying ethos of hydro-diplomacy — sharing water-related resources in times of scarcity in an effort to bring countries closer together — has the potential to prevent conflict and...

The Future Labs Draw Leaders in AI to Debate the Technology’s Ethical Impacts

“Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a still a largely unknown technology, yet its impact is already being made across all industries,” said Steve Kuyan, managing director of the Data and...

WEST Fest Welcomes Future Women Engineers to Tandon

“I’m happy to say that at NYU Tandon, we’re bringing in our largest class of women ever in the school’s history,” Elizabeth Ensweiler, Director of Enrollment Management...

NYU Tandon Congratulates Hall of Famer Charlie Camarda (’74)

Astronaut Charlie Camarda, who earned a bachelor’s degree in aerospace engineering in 1974 and went on to a storied career at NASA, was inducted into the Long Island Air & Space Hall of...

Tandon Students Use Augmented Reality to Help New Mothers Stay Healthy

At the NYC Media Lab’s recent demo day for the Publicis Health "Digital Health Augmented Reality (AR) Startup Bootcamp," a team from NYU Tandon, along with four other university teams...

Tandon Board Member Jeffrey H. Lynford Elevated by Port Authority

The name is a familiar one to everyone at Tandon. Each year, thanks to the sponsorship of Jeffrey Lynford and his wife, Tondra, the school hosts the Lynford Lecture, featuring a prominent thinker...

The Fifth Annual STEMNow Celebration

On July 21, New York City Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña joined some 500 students, educators, and community leaders to celebrate STEMNow, a call to action that was launched at the Tandon...

Paolo Nespoli (’88, ’89) Makes Third Trip into Orbit

Paolo Nespoli was always a hard-driving person. A native of Milan, he had come to the U.S. to attend what was then known affectionately as Poly after spending almost a decade in the Italian military...

Meet the New Faces of FRE

When Dr. Peter Carr joined Tandon as full professor and chair of the Department of Finance and Risk Engineering last year, the Wall Street Journal announced: “The Morgan Stanley veteran...