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At the CrEST of Something Big

From a smart chair that eliminates the need for a remote control to a nightlight that also serves as a smoke alarm and carbon monoxide detector, students who took park in this summer’s CrEST...

NYU Tandon Answers Call for Tech to Stem Gun Violence

Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams stood before the crowd at Borough Hall and laid out the challenge: 30,000 gun-related deaths annually in America, with two-thirds of them either accidental...

Researcher to Explore How Online Disclosures Shape Investment Choices

Every day, millions of people seeking to build a nest egg for retirement, realize shorter term gains, or diversify their assets go to the web to research and select financial products. But when it...

Open Data Kids Camp

For the second summer in a row, the Governance Lab, in partnership with the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), mounted a two-week camp for middle and high school students in July. ...

Wrestlers Get Ready to Rumble More Safely with the Help of Tandon

Sports historians have pointed out that wrestling is one of mankind’s oldest forms of organized recreation: some 5,000 years ago Sumerian artisans crafted relief sculptures of wrestlers on...

The Cities of the Future – and the Young People Envisioning Them

The fact that they were built largely with brightly colored Lego bricks did not detract from the fact that on display were carefully designed, meticulously planned and technologically advanced model...

Tandon Has “Engaged” Alumni (in All Senses of the Word)

On his first visit to the MetroTech Center, Raghav Ravisekar had a difficult time finding Tandon’s graduate admissions office. Wandering in front of the Dibner Building, he came across Radhika...

Go WEST, Young Woman

NYU Tandon School of Engineering is taking big steps in order to shatter the gender divide in STEM fields. On July 20, the next generation of women engineers came together at WEST Fest (the acronym...

Helping Students Hack into Great Careers

Brad Antoniewicz and Brandon Edwards admit they are sometimes envious of their students. While the cyber security program at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering is one of the oldest in the country,...

Bright Lights, Big Games

While a must-see destination for tourists, its flashing bright lights, cacophony of traffic, and crowded sidewalks are enough to keep most New Yorkers far away from Times Square. However, a group of...