Allan Goldstein honored for commitment to education and disability advocacy

Allan Goldstein honored for commitment to education and disability advocacy

Goldstein’s focus on building connections between people in and outside the classroom, and fostering the next generation of engineering-minded disability advocates, has earned him multiple accolades, including one of NYU’s most prestigious honors — the Martin Luther King, Jr. Faculty Award.

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  • Smart Grids, Future Labs, and a Lesson in Tandon History at the Latest Faculty-Meets-Faculty Event

    Attendees at the latest faculty-meets-faculty luncheon heard from one of Tandon’s newest faculty members, Assistant Professor Yury Dvorkin of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, who discussed his work developing design-support tools based on mathematical modeling of great use to the energy industry as it balances long-term planning with immediate operational concerns.

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  • Alum John Nicols Drops By to Speak at the Dean’s Roundtable

    Alum John Nicols Drops By to Speak at the Dean’s Roundtable

    When John Nicols (’85) met the students attending the first Dean’s Roundtable event of the semester he had an immediate and admiring reaction. “There were only two women in my graduating class,” he recalled, “so it’s great to see that we’ve come a long way in terms of diversity and inclusion.”

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