Snow and slush still rule the streets, but events, academic endeavors, and achievements have been heating up around NYU. Read on for news about free and public activities, recent civic accomplishments, and more.
Teen scientists' robot wars, a spotlight on entrepreneurship, a new report from the University Space Priorities Working Group, and more in our NYU in NYC March Newsletter.
Why does Citi Bike work? A new report from the NYU Rudin Center for Transportation Policy and Management examines how the city's famed density and walkability lends itself well to a tightly knit web of bike share stations. Learn more »
The NYU University Space Priorities Working Group (USPWG) was tasked with giving definitive guidance to the University Administration on implementation of the Core Plan; of taking account of the existing, pressing space needs of academic units and programs; and of listening to the implications of the NYU Core Project for members of the University community.
After 18 months of analysis, a 26-member faculty-led working group has concluded that "faculty and students at New York University need more space in which to study, teach, and live. The best place for that space is the current site of the Coles Sports Center."
The newly unveiled Leslie eLab will provide nearly 6,000 square feet of space for aspiring NYU entrepreneurs to connect, collaborate, and use resources to help develop their ideas and inventions into start-up companies.