Featured Female Faculty at NYU Tandon
In a video inspiring young women to become engineers and scientists featuring Prof. Jin Montclare has been selected for a year-long multimedia exhibit by the Global Fund for Women entitled Ignite: Women Fueling Science and Technology. View the original set of interviews on careergirl.org.
De Angela L. Duff
De Angela L. Duff is a designer, photographer, web developer, and DJ. She is also the Co-Director and an Industry Associate Professor of Integrated Digital Media at NYU's School of Engineering in Brooklyn. A native of Eutaw, Ala, De Angela holds an MFA in Photography from MICA, a BFA in Graphic Design from Georgia State University, and a BS in Textile Engineering from Georgia Tech. De Angela has spoken at the 2015 Black Portraitures II Conference in Florence, Italy, NYC's 2015 Raising The Bar, AIGA's Social Studies & Massaging Media 2 Conferences and HOW's Annual Design Conference. She has judged HOW's interactive design competition, and has been featured in Print magazine, Now Loading and www.animation: Animation Design for the World Wide Web. She has served on Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter's committee to re-brand Philadelphia.
Professor Phyllis Frankl, has been awarded the 2015 Jacobs Jacobs Excellence in Education Award for her commitment to scholarship, teaching, and mentorship which has been widely recognized by both her students and colleagues. Her courses are held in high esteem, and her students appreciate her thoroughness, her command of the material that she teaches, and most importantly, the warmness with which she treats them. Professor Frankl is a leader in the educational mission of the university, her dedication especially to the increased enrollment, engagement, and retention of female undergraduates in Computer Science and Computer Engineering is outstanding. Her advisement is inspirational to her students—from undergraduates to PhDs. Her exemplary educational accomplishments led to the establishment of the Phyllis G. Frankl Scholarship Fund, set up by an anonymous former Ph.D. student as a way to pay tribute to this very respected professor. Professor Frankl is a tremendous asset to the department, the Tandon School of Engineering, and New York University.
Professor Anne Ronan, has been awarded the 2015 Distinguished Teaching Award for her commitment to teaching excellence. Her courses are held in high esteem, and her students appreciate her thoroughness, her command of the material, and most importantly, her dedication to each and every one of them. She is tirelessly selfless in responding to the needs of her students, and they are privileged to have her as their teacher. Her exemplary dedication to education extends well beyond the classroom. She serves as faculty adviser to the student chapters of the New York Water Environment Association and Chi Epsilon Civil Engineering Honor Society. She supervises graduate and undergraduate research and has been an instrumental contributor to the improvement of the civil engineering curricula. To this university and the students who value her so immensely she is what all educators strive to be, but only a few achieve.NYU Tandon School of Engineering is proud to count her among its faculty and her students are forever indebted to her for her dedicated service.