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Celebrating a Stellar Life and Career: Remembering Jay Greene

To people who knew and loved him, Jay Greene’s ('64) appearances on the History Channel and in other media outlets were far from the most impressive thing about him. No screen could really...

Tandon Student Discovers Life as an Engineer

On a sunny day in August, Carmen Chen spent her morning busily archiving files and entering construction cost data into spreadsheets. Next up was her weekly lunch with coworkers, followed by a trip...

Allan Goldstein Hailed as an Innovator by the Chronicle of Higher Education

It’s been a banner few years for Senior Lecturer Allan Goldstein, who teaches Disabilities Studies to aspiring engineers seeking to create new adaptive technologies and human-centered...

Honoring Rudolph Marcus, a Nobel-Winning Professor

When Rudolph Marcus was called upon to pen an autobiographical statement after winning the 1992 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, he described a fortuitous encounter at a 1951 American Chemical Society...

First-Class Innovators

At an engineering school focused on creating tomorrow’s technology solutions today, you would expect innovation to be a watchword. Indeed, the research being conducted in Tandon labs is...

Students and Alumni Share their Passion for Sustainable Design

“Back when I was at Tandon earning my master’s degree in environmental engineering, I was unaware of the possibilities of studying Sustainable Urban Environments,” alumnus Olabisi...

Cybersecurity Awareness Month Lasts All Year Long at Tandon

According to the calendar, it’s time to honor National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, but here at New York University Tandon School of Engineering, we focus on cybersecurity every...

Visionary VR/AR projects from Tandon community featured at NYC Media Lab Summit

With virtual and augmented reality (VR/AR) readily becoming the future of tech, NYU Tandon students are already forging ahead on that path. Their visionary projects, prototypes, and ideas were...

Professor Brain Discusses Machine Learning and Bias: The Story of the Enron Email Archive

NYU Tandon industry assistant professor Tega Brain of the Department of Technology, Culture and Society (TCS) co-hosted an event at the New Museum in response to her project, The Good Life — a...

New Career & Tech Talk Series Features Top Industry Professionals

Aimed at exposing students to potential career paths with their NYU Tandon degrees, the new Career & Tech Talk Series brings prominent industry professionals to speak on current trends and...