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A Cyber Security State of Mind

Abigail Mente teaches courses in the Living Environment and Earth Science at New York City’s High School for Leadership and Public Service, so when her own seven-year-old plays the popular...

Summer Vacation in the Lab

No one would deny that attending an engineering school is a rigorous endeavor requiring copious amounts of hard work and study. Once the summer finally arrives, most students might be happy to just...

Our Student Leader Would Lead Baltimore

Calvin Allen Young III (BS Mechanical Engineering 2010), a School of Engineering alum who went on to earn an MBA at Harvard University earlier this year, declared his candidacy for the mayor of...

In Memoriam: Arnošt Reiser

The NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering community mourns the passing of Arnošt Reiser—a respected chemist and professor—on August 4, 2015, at the age of 95. In the world of...

From Serviceperson to Entrepreneur

There are many causes in which NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering Dean Katepalli Sreenivasan believes. “But while I’ve been very happy to give money, I’ve never considered...

Steven Zeltmann Receives Cablevision Scholarship

When Steven Zeltmann won a prestigious award from the Minerals, Metals & Materials Society’s Structural Materials Division, which was presented to him in March 2015, at the division’s...

Symposium Shows Women There’s Job Security in Cybersecurity

“If you take one thing away from this symposium, let it be that cybersecurity is hot. We need to improve the pipeline for women.” With these words NYU School of Law Cybersecurity/Adjunct...

ConnectAbility Challenge Winners Help Celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act

“NYU was founded on the concept of being in and of the City, and that theme still resonates within the University. Over this past summer we were proud to partner with AT&T to make New York...

Which Way is WEST?

The shortage of women in the STEM fields inspires so many gloomy op-eds that it would be easy to believe that there's no good news on that front. Had any of those editorial writers been at...

A Game-Changing New System

Even if it’s been a while since you had to register for college classes, chances are that you remember the process as confusing, dreary, boring, or some combination thereof. Which courses...