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International Student Coffee Hour

Wednesday, Dec 13, 2 pm
LC 223 - The Hub

Take a break from your studies and join us for an International Student Coffee Hour on Wednesday, December 13th! Stop by from 2:00 - 3:30 for a hot drink and a snack in LC 223 (The Hub) as you meet and mingle with your fellow students. We hope to see you there!

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Join Us: All Things Bakelite Film Screening on Wednesday!

The Office of Student Affairs, the Department of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering, and the Department of Technology, Culture, & Society are excited to welcome Hugh Karraker, great grandson of Leo H. Baekeland, to campus for a special screening of All Things Bakelite: The Age of Plastic, a film by John Maher. In 1907, Leo Hendrik Baekeland, a Belgian-born American chemist, made one of the most transformative discoveries of the 20th century: Bakelite. It was the first wholly synthetic...

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You're Invited: All Things Bakelite Film Screening on November 29th!

The Office of Student Affairs, the Department of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering, and the Department of Technology, Culture, & Society are excited to welcome Hugh Karraker, great grandson of Leo H. Baekeland, to campus for a special screening of All Things Bakelite: The Age of Plastic, a film by John Maher. In 1907, Leo Hendrik Baekeland, a Belgian-born American chemist, made one of the most transformative discoveries of the 20th century: Bakelite. It was the first wholly synthetic...

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Diversity in STEM Summit - Shaping the Future

Thank you for attending the 3rd annual Diversity in STEM Summit here at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering!

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Facilitation 101 Training

Wednesday, Nov 15, 11 am
LC223 (5 Metrotech Center)

The Facilitation 101 training will be presented by the Center for Multicultural Education and Programs on Wednesday, November 15th from 11am-1pm in 5 Metrotech Center in room LC 223 (the Hub). This training if for any staff or faculty interested. Please also inform graduate assistants or other student staff who may find this training useful in their work!

Note: We have limited seating so register today!

What is Facilitation 101: "Join us to explore essential skills for...

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Limited spaces available

Diversity in STEM Summit 2017: "Go the Distance: Your Second Tandon Degree" Info Session

Wednesday, Nov 15, 5 pm
MakerSpace Event Room (6 Metrotech Center, Brooklyn, NY 11201)

Please join the graduate admissions team for an exciting introduction to graduate education here at Tandon as well as the chance to meet with faculty program advisors and other interested students.

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Limited spaces available

Diversity in STEM Summit 2017: "Go the Distance: Your Second Tandon Degree" Info Session

Wednesday, Nov 15, 12 pm
MakerSpace Event Room (6 Metrotech Center, Brooklyn, NY 11201)

Please join the graduate admissions team for an exciting introduction to graduate education here at Tandon as well as the chance to meet with faculty program advisors and other interested students.

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Limited spaces available

Diversity in STEM Summit 2017: Keynote Dinner

Thursday, Nov 16, 6 pm
MakerSpace Event Room (6 Metrotech Center, Brooklyn, NY 11201)

Join us at dinner to hear inspiring messages from faculty and special guests including keynote speaker, Marie Sylla-Dixon, Vice President of Federal Government and External Affairs for T-Mobile, and featured alumnus, Dr. Eugene DeLoatch, founding Dean of Morgan State University School of Engineering. Network with invited corporate and industry partners as well as alumni and entrepreneurs. Dinner will be served and there will be a raffle for an Oculus VR system.

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Diversity in STEM Summit 2017: Luncheon Lightning Talks "Smart Cities: The Future is Here"

Thursday, Nov 16, 12 pm
MakerSpace Event Room (6 Metrotech Center, Brooklyn, NY 11201)

Why does diversity matter in the smart city space? How do we maintain the diversity of ideas and possibilities? In our multi-ethnic urban landscape and how do our local communities benefit, optimize and participate in these decisions?

Over lunch you’ll hear “Lightning Talk” presenters address these questions and more! Lunch will be served and there will be a raffle for a Mynt3d Professional Printing Pen.

Participant Biographies: Bruce Lincoln Co-Founder, Silicon...

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Diversity in STEM Summit 2017: "Technology and Cybersecurity: Reshaping the Diversity Landscape" Breakfast

Thursday, Nov 16, 9:30 am
LC400 (5 Metrotech Center, Brooklyn, NY 11201)

Fostering diversity helps the technology and cybersecurity industry find new perspectives. When security and technology professionals have a broader lens through which to look at challenges in their fields, they will be able to provide better solutions.  What is the competitive advantage of a diverse workforce within these industries; what does this mean as you enter your STEM career and how can you disrupt homogeneity? Our presenters will address these topics and share their own...

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Action Zone Training!

Wednesday, Nov 8, 12:30 pm
LC 223 (The Hub)

Please join Office of Student Activities and Resource Center as we host Action Zone Training here at Tandon!

More about Action Zone!

"Action Zone is a bystander intervention training for risk reduction adapted from the University of Arizona's Step UP! program. Studies show that in emergency situations most people present would like to help, but very few actually do. Action Zone explores this phenomenon – The Bystander Effect – as well as when to intervene and when not to....

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All Things Bakelite Film Screening

Wednesday, Nov 29, 6:30 pm
Pfizer Auditorium, 5 Metrotech Center, Brooklyn NY

The Office of Student Affairs, the Department of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering, and the Department of Technology, Culture, & Society are excited to welcome Hugh Karraker, great grandson of Leo H. Baekeland, to campus for a special screening of All Things Bakelite: The Age of Plastic, a film by John Maher.

In 1907, Leo Hendrik Baekeland, a Belgian-born American chemist, made one of the most transformative discoveries of the 20th century: Bakelite. It was the first wholly...

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Puppy Party

Thursday, Nov 2, 12 pm
LC 400
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Puppy Party

Thursday, Nov 2, 12 pm
LC 400
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Puppy Party

Thursday, Nov 2, 12 pm
LC 400
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You Are Invited to a Special Film Screening of "Dream Big: Engineering Our World"

Dear NYU Tandon Students,

We hope that your semester is off to a great start! With the support of Professor Magued Iskander, Chair of the Civil and Urban Engineering Department, we have obtained permission to show (to a limited viewing audience only) the highly-acclaimed film “Dream Big: Engineering Our World” on Friday, October 13 at 4:30 PM in the Pfizer Auditorium. Complimentary refreshments will be served at a pre-viewing reception at 4 PM.

Narrated by Academy Award®...

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Mindfulness 101

Wednesday, Sep 13, 2 pm
The Hub

Take a pause from Welcome Week craziness and meditate with us! Take this opportunity to connect to your breath, your heart, and your intentions as you begin this year. Beginners and experienced meditators both welcome!

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Faith Zone Introduction

Wednesday, Sep 13, 1 pm
The Hub LC223

Faith Zone is a workshop designed to promote spiritual and religious literacy and dialogue. Faith Zone Trainings are a resource for those who desire innovative and participatory training, contextualized resources, and honest dialogue about religion and spirituality.

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[SOEciety 3.0] Info Session Today! APPLY TO BE AN AGENT OF CHANGE!

Join us at SOEciety 3.0 Info Session today at noon at LC 223. Get know more about our program and grab lunch with us. 

Apply for SOEciety 3.0! School of Engineering's service trip. SOEciety provides students with an immersive service experience that allows them to better understand personal and social identities, while working to serve a community’s needs as future leaders in STEM. Through this experience, students will engage with topics of social justice and leadership while...

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Tandon Locker Rentals NOW AVAILABLE!

Hello Tandon students,

Locker rentals for this semester are now open!  In order to rent a locker, you must fill out our BOTH the Locker Rental Application on NYU Engage (formerly OrgSync) and the Locker Rental Payment link on Eventbrite by Friday, September 29th.  You must fill out Locker Rental Application to supply your preferences FIRST and then follow the Eventbrite link in order to pay for your locker and get your locker assignment.

Locker Rental Application on NYU...

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Volunteer with NYU Tandon at the 9/11 Day of Service!

The events of 9/11 and the subsequent aftermath have significantly impacted individuals and communities on a local and global scale, the members of the NYU community not excluded. Just as we come together on 9/11 in the spirit of service and reflection, NYU currently seeks to commemorate the event’s impact in NYC by giving back to the community at large.

We will be working with 6 community partners around NYC on 9/9/2017 to give back to the community. Participants from Tandon will...

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SOEciety 3.0 Info Session

Wednesday, Sep 6, 12 pm
LC 223 The Hub

Get to know more about SOEciety 3.0! School of Engineering's service trip. SOEciety provides students with an immersive service experience that allows them to better understand personal and social identities, while working to serve a community’s needs as future leaders in STEM. Through this experience, students will engage with topics of social justice and leadership while working toward becoming social change agents. You can watch the SOEciety 2.0 service trip experience video...

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Academic and Diversity Programming Application [2017-2018]

In keeping with the mission of the NYU Tandon School of Engineering, this fund is intended to support NYU Tandon recognized student clubs and organizations with programming related to diversity, equity, and inclusion and increasing the connection between Tandon students and academic faculty.

Qualifications:

Clubs are eligible to apply one time per academic year Clubs can apply for up to $500 in funding. Approved funding will be added as supplemental funding to a club's... Fill Out Form

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