The School of Engineering has a rich history of building collaborative relationships with community partners, in the education and business sectors. We are committed to developing programs with local K-12 students and teachers to promote, inspire, and educate in the areas science, technology, engineering, and math, what is often referred to simply as STEM. We also help emerging companies transform into thriving businesses by providing guidance, expertise, resources, and community that start-ups need to succeed.
NYU Tandon Future Labs
The NYU Tandon Future Labs are the first public-private partnership with New York City tasked with creating an incubation program focused on increasing the success rate of new ventures and generating positive economic impact. By leveraging the wealth of global talent found in New York City, we are able to accelerate the growth of new ventures and bring economic activity to the area.
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K12 STEM Education
The NYU Tandon School of Engineering’s Center for K12 STEM Education designs and delivers high-quality and innovative teaching and learning programs for students and educators in STEM disciplines. NYU Tandon has a long history of engaging K-12 students in hands-on learning through an approach to learning that stresses the importance of putting theory into practice, using real-world connections and cutting-edge technology.
Enterprise Learning meets the complex needs of large organizations worldwide, helping tie learning to your objectives. Whether you need to encourage technical leadership, or provide creative intelligence to run your R&D centers, or introduce strategic ways to launch new tools and technologies, you can count on the School of Engineering to deliver what your management and technical staff needs — wherever they are located — online, at your company sites, or at a School of Engineering center on every continent.
NYC Media Lab
A consortium comprised of New York City Economic Development Corporation, New York University, Columbia University, The New School, CUNY, and Pratt Institute, NYC Media Lab's goals include generating research and development, knowledge transfer, and talent development across all of the city’s campuses.
NYC Seed is providing the funding, mentoring, and support to create the next generation of tech companies in New York City.
It is a partnership between NYU Tandon School of Engineering, the New York City Investment Fund, the New York State Foundation for Science, Technology and Innovation, and several other private and public organizations.