Nexus - Spring 1999 Issue     

Scenes from Our Campus

At left is the exterior of the NYU College of Dentistry's Arnold and Marie Schwartz Hall of Dental Sciences. The College of Dentistry was founded in 1865. It is the third oldest and the largest dental school in the nation.

Two out of every three dentists in New York City graduated from NYU College of Dentistry.

  The Dr. Arthur Ashman Department of Implant Dentistry has trained people from 17 countries around the world since its establishment in 1991.
Intraoral cameras and digital radiography enhance the education process, and CAD-CAM design can reduce patient treatment time.

The department houses the Dr. Samuel D. Harris Infant Dental Education Area (IDEA) -- the first facility in the nation dedicated to infant oral health.
Students attending a lecture in the College's 490-seat Saklad Auditorium. NYU students are bright, dedicated, and industrious.

The NYU College of Dentistry is a model for diversity education.

The Instrument Sterilization Area promotes environmental safety for patients, students, faculty, and staff.
Each year more than 250,000 patient visits are made to the NYU dental clinics.

Students working in the College's computer lab: Technology-based education is a priority for the new millenium.