Posted July 25th, 2016
Posted July 26th, 2016
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 students from NYU MAGNET, in collaboration with Times Square Arts, drew natives and visitors alike to the heart of the hubbub with a series of enticing games.
Posted July 20th, 2016
Someday buildings may sense how you feel and respond with subtle changes to lighting, color, and perhaps even structural features. Assistant Professor Semiha Ergan of the Department of Civil and Urban Engineering is laying the groundwork with a unique program that explores not only how people feel about architectural spaces, but how their bodies and minds respond to them.