Applied Research Innovations in Science and Engineering (ARISE) | NYU Tandon School of Engineering

Applied Research Innovations in Science and Engineering (ARISE)

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10 week summer program

4 weeks: Remote after school workshops
6 weeks: In-person (Monday–Friday, 9 am-4 pm)

ELIGIBILITY Students living in New York City completing 10th or 11th grade in June 2024
See all eligibility criteria
TUITION Full Scholarship

New ARISE 2024 Program Structure

Discover a transformative learning experience at NYU's ARISE program, an opportunity-based initiative designed to immerse students in the world of STEM. Building upon the success of the previous 7-week program, for 2024 ARISE has expanded to a comprehensive 10-week format, providing an enriched journey for students eager to delve into the realms of scientific exploration. Watch the ARISE video to learn more.


This program covers interdisciplinary topics and STEM disciplines such as Bio-and Molecular Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Robotics, Computer Science, AI, and Machine Learning via hands-on work in research labs.

Important Dates

Upcoming details about our revised application process will be posted shortly.

NEW IN 2024!

  • Application Opens: December 22
  • Application Closes: March 6
  • Recommendation Due: March 10
  • Notifications of Round 1 Selections: 2nd Week of April
  • Mandatory Lab Tours and Group Interviews: April 16th - 19th
  • Notifications of Round 2 Selections: 3rd Week of April
  • Mandatory One-on-One Interviews: April 28th or April 29th
  • Notifications of Match/Lab Placement: 2nd Week of May
  • Orientation: May 31th 1:00PM - 4:00PM EST In Person
  • Program: June 3 – August 9 (Remote DuringAfter-school Hrs in June/Whole Day programming in July/August)

Please review all Important Dates for the ARISE program. Participation in all stages of the application process, orientation, and program dates is mandatory.

4 weeks of remote after-school workshops in June followed by 6 weeks of in person labs starting July 1

My time in ARISE has solidified my path to becoming an engineer. At the start, I had no idea what type of engineer I wanted to be, but after participating in the program I learned about the different paths that I could take and now I want to be a mechanical or chemical engineer. I loved the community and events we could take part in aside from working in our labs."

Related Research

Nearly 40 faculty from Tandon and CAS departments across engineering, bioengineering, computer and data science, and life sciences disciplines with a focus on interdisciplinary and applied or fundamental research. View Research Opportunities for this summer's participating professors and their labs.


Visit How to Apply for information on the application process and instructions.

ARISE’s Keywords: 3D Models Artificial Intelligence (AI), Algorithms, Architecture Technologies, Arduino, Audio Sensors, Augmented Reality (AR), Bio and Molecular Engineering, C++, Chemical Engineering, Circuitry, Genetics, Cloud Computing, Coding, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Connected Devices, Drones, Electrical Engineering, Embedded Systems, Environmental Sustainability, Ethical Engineering, Game Design, Life Science, Machine Learning, Mechanical Engineering, Microcontrollers, Network Security, Physical Computing, Python, Remote Sensing, Robotics, Simulations, Smart/Integrative Technology, Solar , Sound Waves, Synthetics, UX, Virtual Reality (VR), White Hat Hacking, Wearable Tech, XR

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