2022 Alumni Photo Gallery | NYU Tandon School of Engineering

2022 Alumni Photo Gallery

Guests posing at Polytechnic Alumni Association Annual Meeting

Geometry, Waves, and Jazz: An interdisciplinary evening of Math and Music

October 21st - 22nd, 2022

Conversation and performances by NYU faculty and students with special guest, world renowned saxophonist, Marcus G. Miller.  We  will walk along the paths connecting simple shapes and the cutting edge of music technology, augmented by performances of exciting music. This will be an unforgettable evening of imagination, insight, and jams.

NYU Tandon Dean's Luncheon and Alumni Awards Ceremony

October 22, 2022

Dean Jelena Kovačević hosted a lunch reunion to connect with fellow alumni. NYU Tandon Polytechnic Alumni Association Distinguished Alumni Award recipients included Peter Gnoffo (Tandon ’74) and Ursula Burns (Tandon ’80, Honorary ’05, ‘10). Rose T. Faghih, Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering presented her talk titled "MINDWATCH".

YALC End of Summer Reception

August 26, 2022

Young Alumni Panel 2022

PAA Annual Meeting and Elections 2022 Photos

June 29, 2022

NYU Military Alumni Veterans Celebration Cruise

May 1, 2022

Hosted by NYU Dentistry, NYU Meyers, NYU School of Professional Studies, NYU Steinhardt, and NYU Tandon for Military Appreciation Month

NYU Alumni Awards 2022

April 1, 2022

©Hollenshead: Courtesy of NYU Photo Bureau

Adventures at the Escape Game New York

December 10, 2021

Guided walking tour of the Brooklyn Navy Yard

Brooklyn Navy Yard

October 30, 2021

Explore the past, present, and future of the Brooklyn Navy Yard on a guided walking tour of this historic and dynamic waterfront site. Founded in 1801, the Yard was once the nation’s premier naval shipyard, building, repairing, and outfitting vessels from the War of 1812 through the Cold War. Today, the Yard’s historic industrial landscape has been repurposed to support 450+ businesses that employ over 11,000 people in manufacturing, technology, and skilled crafts. Starting from the ferry stop at Wall Street, we will ride across the East River to the Yard and disembark to explore the Yard’s rich naval and labor history, through examining historical documents, listening to oral histories from workers and sailors, and visiting historic buildings, including Civil War-era machine shops, the Yard’s museum and visitor center at BLDG 92, and a working dry dock still used today for ship repair. We will also learn about the Yard’s business ecosystem, community programs, and workforce development today, and the future plans for the Yard’s development.

This tour will be led by Andrew Gustafson of Turnstile Tours. Andrew is a tour guide, researcher, and consultant who develops tours and public programs about architecture, industry, labor, and the military along New York City’s waterfront. Turnstile's team launched tours in partnership with the Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation in 2008, and Andrew is a leading expert on the history of the complex.