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Triumphs in Trading

The University Trading Challenge (UTC), which is open to students in finance and economics programs from across the entire nation, provides a close simulation of real-world trading and allows...

Learning about NYU Tandon School of Engineering’s Collaborative Take on Healthcare

The latest “Faculty-to-Faculty” event, held on December 9, featured Professor of Computer Science and Engineering Guido Gerig and John T. McDevitt, the Chairman of Biomaterials and...

Impressive Inventions Revealed at the Prototyping Fund's Fall Showcase

Each semester, student teams from across NYU join forces to create inventive prototypes that they hope to one day bring to market. They have help from the NYU Prototyping Fund, an ongoing...

NYU Tandon Online: A New Name in Digital Education

In a move to align with the recent name change to NYU Tandon School of Engineering, the school’s digital education unit will now be known as NYU Tandon Online.  In its first decade, under...

Minding the Gap

The statistics can feel disheartening: the National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering (NACME) recently reported that while about 12 percent of the U.S. population is African American,...

Constructing a Noteworthy Career

With a father who owned a Brooklyn-based electrical contracting company and a mother at the helm of a general contracting business, Stavros Karageorgiou has taken a career path that may well have...

Deck the Halls with Festive Fossils

At the start of the holiday season, many people’s thoughts turn to holiday shopping, massive meals with family and friends, and the possibility of a picturesque snowfall. The members of the New...

When The United Nations Puts a Call Out to Data Pros...

Recently, Atefeh Riazi, the Chief Information Technology Officer for the U.N. issued a public appeal. “I invite the global community of data scientists to partner with the United Nations in our...

What Do Former Mayor Bloomberg, will.i.am, and a Tandon School of Engineering Sophomore Have in Common?

There are many ways in which to describe Tandon School of Engineering’s Diana Lee Guzman: first person in her family to attend college, aspiring computer scientist and astronaut, and valued...

Discovering Cybersecurity with Goldman Sachs’ Women Professionals

It is no secret that the tech industry suffers from an acute shortage of women workers, and this survey, commissioned recently by the National Cyber Security Alliance, suggests why: “62...