In-depth on IT Services and Tech in Teaching, Learning, and Research
The Download frequently features deep dives into IT services, including tips and instructions, as well as publishing in-depth articles about technology-enhanced research, teaching, and learning at NYU.
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NYU Wi-Fi Tip: Location Location Location
A common cause of reported NYU Wi-Fi issues is trying to connect from a location that isn't covered. Find out how to make sure you're in the right spot to get the best connection.
Navigating NYU Wi-Fi Networks and SSIDs
Know which network to use to get the most out of your NYU Wi-Fi connection.
NYU Wi-Fi: Connect to NYU's Wireless Network
Here are some tips and resources you can use to configure your device, connect to NYU Wi-Fi, and get assistance should you need it.
Wi-Fi Tip: The Password Might Be the Problem
One of the most common causes of Wi-Fi issues is an expired or mistyped password. Here's how to avoid these issues.
Slow Wi-Fi? No Wi-Fi? Here Are Some Tips
There are a few things that are often interpreted as slow or unreliable Wi-Fi that are actually caused by something else.
Public Wi-Fi: Proceed with Caution
Although it’s convenient to use public Wi-Fi in an airport, hotel, gym, library, or local business, remember that public Wi-Fi networks are often exploited by malicious actors seeking access to your sensitive data.
Manage and Schedule NYU Email Messages
Here are a few helpful tips on how to more effectively manage your NYU Email inbox by filtering and scheduling messages, as well as cancelling the delivery of messages sent by mistake.
NYU Email Is Getting an Updated Look
Google will be rolling out a new three-panel browser layout for your NYU Email. The update, which begins in February, will initially be opt-in. It will become the standard view after April.
Use Google Rooms to Boost Collaboration
Google rooms provide a way to collaborate via chat and document sharing, similar to the popular app Slack. It's especially handy for groups working in different locations and who need more robust collaboration features.
URL Defense, New Security Feature in NYU Email
As part of NYU’s commitment to help protect the University’s networks and data, NYU IT launched a new email security feature on September 28. In compliance with NYU IT’s security policies, email protection is a priority.
Collaborating with Google Docs
NYU Docs/Drive enables community members to collaborate on, edit, and approve documents. However, not all of Docs' powerful collaborative features are obvious at first glance.
Tips for Searching NYU Email
The default search capability in NYU Mail can get you started, but it might also restrict results based on criteria you may be unaware it’s applying to your search query.
Seven Tips to Help Wrap Up the Semester
NYU IT wants to help you across the fall finish line with useful IT services for that final paper, project, or exam. Here are seven tips and services that will help finish that final paper or project.
Are You Using NYU Zoom? Are You Sure?
We know NYU Zoom info has been coming fast and furious! If you need a hand wrangling all of that info, here are some highlights, recommendations, and tips.
Using Zoom Waiting Rooms and Passcodes
Zoom Waiting Rooms and Passcodes add an extra layer of protection to your meetings, helping to keep out unwanted gatecrashers and Zoom intruders.
VPN and MFA: Protect Your Connection and Your Account
Available at all of NYU’s locations, VPN encrypts your network traffic and enables access to NYU services that would otherwise require you to be on campus.
Password Expired or Forgotten? Visit the NYU Start Page
NYU IT requires NetID-associated passwords be changed at least once a year to maintain account security. The NYU Start page is where you can go to manage your password and other NYU-NET account information.
Games and VR at the LaGuardia Co-op
In the Co-op’s lower level, you’ll find a gaming lounge, VR console, and other ways to help you temporarily take your mind off your coursework — unless, that is, your coursework involves gaming and VR.
Creativity at the LaGuardia Co-op
The Co-op facility is an experimental take on a traditional computer lab experience. Sudents from different schools across NYU can use the Co-op collaborate as a group or work individually.
NYU Madrid's New Home
This spring, one of the University’s first study away locations, NYU Madrid, moved into a newly-renovated building on the Calle del Barquillo, in central Madrid.
NYU Sydney Embraces New Technology to Teach and Connect
Stepping through NYU Sydney’s welcoming stonework entrance, visitors are immediately struck with a sense of history. Built in 1931, the site retains strong physical evidence of a long association with groups that once occupied the Heritage-protected building.
Cybersecurity Tip: Be Careful with That Free USB Stick
Loading USB sticks with malware and giving them out is a common form of cyberattack. Here's what to watch out for.
Top Habits of Highly Secure NYU Community Members
Keep you and your devices protected by following these ten helpful security habits.
New Semester, New Phone? Make Sure Your Old One is Clean
You backed up your old phone — but have you wiped it clean? When switching to a new mobile device, removing personal information from your old device may not be something that comes to mind.
Don't Let Hackers Take Over Your Smart Speaker
It seems like everything comes with the option to connect it to the internet—but many “smart” devices have weak cybersecurity, making them one of the most common ways you can get hacked.
Tips for Securing Your Home Network
A freshly-unboxed device, such as a new router, usually provides only basic cybersecurity protection, leaving your data—and if you are learning or working from home, NYU's data—vulnerable.
Web Browser Privacy: Take Advantage of Your Browser’s Built-In Safety Features
Paying attention to browser privacy settings and features is critical for your online security.Here are some steps you can take to help protect your privacy and security while browsing the web.
Protect Who You Are Online
Being a victim of identity theft can cause anxiety and frustration, but there are corrective and preventive steps you can take. The good news is there are more resources than ever before for victims of identity theft.
Data Breaches and Your Personal Data
Many major data breaches have been revealed in the last two years. In the worst breach of 2017 the personal data, including Social Security numbers, of 143 million people was stolen from Equifax, the credit reporting agency.
The Skinny on Short Links
Be mindful of the fact that the link shortening process masks the true destination URL and shortened URLs are often used by scammers to trick users into clicking malicious links.
Learn to Spot a Phony
Phone scams are a type of social engineering scam, which seek to trick often busy recipients into disclosing sensitive information or providing seemingly harmless responses to questions.
Phishing, Spear Phishing, and Whaling
Phishing scams use social engineering to target end users. There are variations of phishing, which have distinguishing features that may be categorized using terms such as spear phishing or whaling.
In ransomware attacks, malware encrypts a user’s files and requests ransom payment, often in bitcoin, to unlock the files and restore encrypted content to users.
Under Lock and Passphrase
When it comes to passwords for your various online accounts and services, a best practice is to use a unique password for each.
Social Engineering Attacks and How You Can Protect Yourself
Social engineering is a method of psychological manipulation used to trick people into divulging confidential information. It is often used to gather secure information, commit fraud, or obtain system and even physical facility access.
Watering Hole Attacks
Information security discussions are plagued with bad analogies, and none sounds stranger than a “watering hole attack,” which plays off the tactic in which predatory animals stalk food by waiting at a popular watering hole. Hackers are doing something very similar to gain access to systems that might otherwise be too well protected.
Cybersecurity Pros in Conversation
As part of the National Cybersecurity Awareness Month 2020, Maria C. Suarez, NYU's Global CISO, spoke with Hoda A. Alkhzaimi, from NYU Abu Dhabi's Center for Cyber Security, about tech security issues.
Talking Security with NYU’s Global CISO, Maria Suarez
Global Chief Information Security Officer Maria Suarez recently sat down with the TorchTech community to talk about tech security issues and trends. Learn more from NYU's resident expert.
Your Own Personal Hacker: Giving Students Access to Technology Security Professionals
The Hacker in Residence program at NYU Tandon School of Engineering provides access to security professionals so students can get experience with real-world security issues.
Risks of Blue Light From Devices
There are a lot of stories about what the light from your screen is doing to your eyes, sleep patterns, and well being. What's true, what's urban legend, and do you need to spend hundreds of dollars on special glasses?
Digital Humanities Seed Grants Grow to Fruition
Three Seed Grant recipients were awarded major grants to research capitalism and slavery, AI in hiring and journalism, and botanical classification systems. Learn about them and NYU's Digital Humanities Seed Grant program.
From Astrophysics to the Ancient World: Research Tech in Science, Art, and the Humanities
Supporting COVID research, analyzing the ancient biology of humans, developing new ways to preserve scholarly works...find out more about some of this amazing work, as well as the technology empowering NYU researchers.
NYU Greene Supercomputer: Celebrating a Year of Breakthrough Research
Celebrating one year online, NYU's Greene supercomputer is making an impact in COVID-19 research, political science, climate change, and beyond.
Ocean Turbulence, Sea Levels, and Machine Learning
Supercomputing resources like Greene are assisting Courant's Laure Zanna and her team of climate researchers.
Climate Change, Machine Learning, and High Performance Computing
From physics to Fortran, learn how NYU Courant's Edwin Gerber uses HPC resources, including NYU's Greene supercomputer, to simplify climate modeling and advance climate change research.
NYU Expands Supercomputing Power with New HPC Cluster from AMD
NYU expands its supercomputing power with new high performance computing cluster from AMD. The new cluster, named Hudson, will be a powerful resource for NYU researchers fighting COVID-19.
Introducing Greene: NYU’s Newest Supercomputer
NYU's new supercomputer, Greene, is online and connected to an incredibly fast network! Hear from some of the University's researchers about what this powerful new tool means for research across all academic fields.
A Visit to the Barcelona Supercomputing Facility
Torre Girona chapel on the grounds of the Polytechnic University of Catalonia houses the Barcelona Supercomputing Center, one of the most unique settings in the world for a computing facility.
Soul of Reason: Archiving a Historic 1970s Black and Latinx Radio Program
NYU's Digital Library Technology Services is digitizing and captioning decades' of episodes of the Soul of Reason broadcast, hosted by former Tuskegee Airman and NYU Professor Dr. Roscoe Brown, Jr.
DETER Tracks Touch: A Coronavirus Study
NYU researchers Debra Laefer and Thomas Kirchner sent their research team to track touch behavior near medical facilities and the potential for COVID-19 transmission.
Brooklyn Like You've Never Seen It Before
NYU's Debra Laefer expands on her Dublin LiDAR map with a scan of Sunset Park. Learn more about the project and how the maps and LiDAR technology can be used in everything from archaeology to urban planning.
NYU Holodeck: One Step Closer to Star Trek Tech
NYU IT high performance computing specialists Robert Pahle and Stratos Efstathiadis discuss the Holodeck, an ambitious shared virtual environment.
Black Lives Matter, Racism, and Data
As equal rights and social justice protests spread this past year, the NYU Data Services team asked how data can contribute to confronting racism.
Vintage Texts, Modern Tech: How NYU Digitally Preserves the Past
Digital Library Technology Services is at the forefront of digitizing and archiving rare materials for scholars. From Arabic books to a photo history of the Village, here's a look at what they do.
What’s that Noise? SONYC Analyzes the Sounds of NYC
New York is a loud place. The Sounds of New York project uses machine learning to analyze the cacophony of city life to better understand how it affects health and how to mitigate its impact.
Updates on NYU Digital Library Technology Services Research and Grants
The Digital Library Technology Services (DLTS) initiative to explore how to more closely align the Git hosting platforms with the needs of academics, and how library information sciences (LIS) professionals can archive and make accessible the scholarship and scholarly ephemera hosted on these platforms.
Arabic Collections Online Posts 10,000th Book
Digital Library Technology Services (DLTS) is proud to report that it has added the 10,000th book to the Arabic Collections Online (ACO), an open-access library of Arabic language books.
Mapping the Design of Rice
The rice of the future must be cultivated using less water, less land, and under severe environmental stresses. Mapping the rice genome is a step toward attaining these goals.
An App That Translates Voice and Sign Language
A team of students from the NYU Tandon School of Engineering recently built a prototype mobile app that translates spoken words into sign language, as part of Verizon's Connected Futures challenge.
A Photographic History of Washington Square
Did you know there was a time when the NYU Physics Lab was heated by a potbelly stove in the middle of the classroom? Or that the majority of the University was at one time contained in a single building?
New Services in Research Data Management and Planning at NYU Libraries
Research data management has received considerable attention in recent years given new guidelines for federal agencies regarding access and sharing of funded data creation.
Trees Count: Using GIS to Analyze New York’s Urban Ecosystem
Although they can get lost in the shadows, New York City contains a lot of trees,and those trees play a vital role in the urban ecosystem far beyond the obvious contribution of beautification.
Using Technology to Analyze Political Expression across Continents
During this past semester, teams of students in New York and Buenos Aires archived murals, graffiti, performances, and installations in selected neighborhoods of the two cities, using tablets and GIS software.
Bringing Arabic Books to the Digital World
Recently, a group of researchers at NYU and other universities added their own efforts to the pool of knowledge by making some 10,000 titles available—all online, and all in Arabic.
NYU Tries to "Hack" Ebola
In early November of 2014, members of the NYU community came together to see if their creative thinking could help “hack” the Ebola outbreak and provide government leaders and health professionals with new solutions for containing the disease’s spread.
Mapping Data with Geographic Information Systems
The availability of “big data,” allows us to capture and contextualize information, and then draw conclusions in ways that were never available in the past.
Augmented Reality Links Real and Virtual Worlds
Augmented reality—the modification of a user’s view using computer graphics, sounds, video, and other data—is used every day to insert digital and virtual information into your real-world environment.
Using 3D Scanning and Printing to Study the History of Human Movement
With handheld scanners and the LaGuardia Studio's detailed 3D printing capabilities, NYU researcher Scott Williams creates replicas of ancient fossils and helps anthropology research continue during the pandemic.
3D Printing for a Face and Bilateral Arm Transplant
In 2020, NJ resident Joe DiMeo underwent face and arm transplant surgery at NYU Langone Health. To restore the identity of his donor, NYU's LaGuardia Studio fabricated a lifelike face mask and arms. Discover more about this groundbreaking process.
Rain, Sleet, or Snow
As NYU’s faculty, students and administrators were trying to get home in advance of the storm, Shelly J. Smith, Assistant Director of the NYU LaGuardia Studio (LGS), and her colleagues, LaGuardia Studio Manager Andrew Buckland and senior staff member Taylor Shields, stayed put.
Using 3D Printed Models for Infant Cleft Palate Surgery Training
NYU Langone's Dr. Pradip R. Shetye is using 3D printed models to train students to perform infant cleft palate surgery. Find out about the program and 3D printing's expanding role in medical science.
3D Printing Critical Medical Equipment Remotely
In early 2020, NYU LaGuardia Studio and Stratasys partnered to print personal protective equipment for frontline healthcare workers at NYU Langone, as well as consulting with others to ensure PPE was created with the correct specifications.
Reduce, Reuse, Reprint: Turning Plastic Waste into Filament
NYU Tandon's RePrint Bot team is working to reduce waste by building a machine that turns bottles and other plastic waste into 3D printing filament.
3D Printing and Maker Resources for NYU Langone Nursing Students
The field of nursing requires active, hands-on interactions with patients, which frequently call for new solutions to unique challenges.
Wax to Metal
As 3D printers become more commonplace, the ever-evolving technology that makes up this field keeps experienced creators and uninformed novices alike giddy over what the future may hold.
From LaGuardia Studio to NYU Langone
Research shows that face transplant recipients do not look like their donors, bringing consolation to families who make this life-bringing decision. But there’s another difficult aspect they must consider: How is their loved one, an altruistic donor, returned to them?
3D Printing Materials for Submersible Vehicles
Syntactic foam is a substance that lends submersible vehicles both strength and buoyancy. Nikhil Gupta, an associate professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering, has developed a filament that will enable the foam to be printed on standard commercial 3D printers.
Open Education Resources for Faculty
OERs are teaching and learning materials published online, with licenses that allow instructors to revise, mix-and-match, and reuse them. Learn more about OERs at Bobst Library and how they can help lower course materials costs and support innovative teaching.
Grant to Study VR-Based Training for Dental Surgery
NYU Dental's Dr. Marci Levine and NYU Abu Dhabi's Dr. Mohamad Eid are studying the use of virtual reality in safely training surgeons in complicated procedures. Find out more about their research.
Using Learning Analytics to Build a Responsive Course
Meet NYU's Learning Analytics team, helping instructors use the latest tools to analyze course-related data and adjust how and what material is presented to individual students.
NYU Student and Faculty Remote Voices: Apart but Together
The "NYU Remote Voices" video series explores the creative ways members of the NYU community are using technology to adapt and thrive while teaching and learning remotely.
NYU Instructors and Students Get Creative with Remote Instruction
Learn how professors from Gallatin and NYU Shanghai are adapting their arts classes in dance and piano for remote learning via NYU Zoom.
Learning How We Learn
Since people started gathering together to teach and learn, we’ve been investigating how to more effectively deliver and absorb knowledge.
Designing an Online Public Health Course
The NYU College of Global Public Health (CGPH) recently collaborated with NYU educational design technologist Sharon Kay to develop a course for the CGPH’s recently launched online Master’s program in Public Health.
Figuring Out Fair Use with the Libraries
Fair use is a powerful tool for making copyrighted material available to students for learning and research, and NYU Libraries’ staff can help researchers make the most of this tool.
Building an Online Course with NYU's Global Learning and Innovation Team
NYU’s Global Institute of Public Health (GIPH) recently teamed up with the GLI team to create course materials for an 100 percent online Advanced Certificate in Public Health.
Student-Led Space Combines Tech and Design Thinking for Social Good
The Greenhouse at NYU’s MetroTech Center is an innovation space that, "aims to nurture seedlings of ideas and bring ideas to life through iteration and experimentation."
Teaching Practices & Technology Platforms
While the addition of technology into teaching practices is a growing trend in curriculum design, providing support for faculty on effective implementation strategies is becoming an even more critical piece of the equation.
Global Learning Innovation Brings Technology to Classrooms
The advent of educational technology has brought with it an onslaught of new resources and studies evaluating their effectiveness. For those professors who want to incorporate technology and media into their lessons, figuring how to do that and which forms of media and/or technology to use can be quite daunting for someone whose expertise is in a completely different field of study.
Documenting the African City When You Can’t Go to the African City
Professor Yahaya Alpha Suberu's film course is a popular way for NYU Accra students to learn filmmaking and explore their host city. The shift to remote instruction meant finding new ways to accomplish the course's mission.
Meet NYU Game Center Alum, Winnie Song
Winnie Song is an NYU Game Center graduate, instructor, and independent video game designer who creates visually-rich gaming experiences.
Morehshin Allahyari: Creating Art from Politics, Jinn, and Tech
Artist Morehshin Allahyari uses 3D modeling and printing to create art that explores culture, politics, and gender by way of mythological entities known as Jinn.
ITP Winter Show 2019: Expanding the Boundaries of Art and Technology
The 2019 ITP/IMA Winter Show is a a two-day exhibition showcasing creative projects by Tisch’s undergraduate IMA and graduate ITP students. See some of the installations, learn more about the ITP/IMA program, and hear NYU President Andrew Hamilton's impressions of the event.
Mimi Yin: Dancing with Machines
During her fellowship with the Center for Ballet and the Arts, Tisch professor Mimi Yin explored the relationship between interactive media and improvised choreography. Yin’s artistic and professorial experience with interactivity and dance fueled the project.
Pontus Lidberg: AI’s Influence on the Future of Dance
Choreographer, filmmaker, and dancer, Pontus Lidberg, joined the Center for Ballet and the Arts (CBA) at NYU as a resident fellow during the spring 2019 semester, researching potential applications for artificial intelligence in dance.
Audio/Visual Resources at Bobst's Avery Fisher Center
Beginning in 2014, the Avery Fisher Center for Music and Media (AFC) began a phased move from the second floor of Bobst Library to the seventh floor as part of an ongoing floor-by-floor renovation project.
3D Printing and Improvisation for Cosplay
Last year, TheLaserGirls (NYU IT employees Sarah Awad and Dhemerae Ford) were planning elaborate costumes for New York Comic Con 2018, which would test the limits of their 3D design and printing skills.
NYU Sydney Hosts Simulcast Screening of NYU Stonewall@50
To commemorate the Stonewall Uprising, and as part of NYU's Stonewall at 50, NYU Sydney embarked on a project which combines people and technology with the intention of showcasing how NYU's global locations can overcome geographical distances, participate in dialogue concerning issues important to the University, and honor the anniversary.
Unbreakable Makers: Summer ITP Camp
Hidden behind black curtains, cardboard, and a sea of wires, two campers are sitting in front of screens of various sizes. “Come in, come in — this will be a spaceship tomorrow!” they laugh as they continue connecting wires. This is ITP Camp, 12 hours before the end-of-camp show.
Technological Tunes in Steinhardt Summer Programs
The Summer Music Performance is the culmination of a program at the Steinhardt Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions that offers students an opportunity to learn about music technology, production, and performance.
TheLaserGirls: Digital Art Pioneers
From cosmetics, to conventions, to the classroom, Sarah Awad and Dhemerae Ford use 3D printing to create new and exciting projects. Also known as TheLaserGirls, Awad and Ford met in NYU Steinhardt’s Studio Art program.
Computerized Creativity and Commentary: The 2018 ITP Spring Show
An entire floor dedicated to artistic expression, technological advancement, and social commentary was open to the public when the NYU Tisch School of the Arts hosted their Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) show.
A Tiara Fit for Wonder Woman
Lynda Carter is best known for her starring role in the 1970s TV series, Wonder Woman. For the Met Gala, she wore a brilliant gold tiara reminiscent of the gold tiara she wore in her most famous role.
Digital Dérive: Off-Peak, the Norwood Suite, and the NYU Game Center
You’ve arrived at a train station. Where it is, who can say? What brought you here? That’s unclear. Maybe you’re searching for something, or running away from something. Maybe you just felt like wandering.
Capturing a Face: Bjork, Neri Oxman, and 3D Scanning at LaGuardia Studio
In June of 2016, Bjork appeared onstage at the Tokyo Miraikan Museum wearing a mask designed and printed by professor Neri Oxman at MIT’s Mediated Matter Lab based on 3D scans of Bjork done at NYU’s LaGuardia Studio.
The Mobile Augmented Reality Lab at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering, is an addition to the school’s Integrated Digital Media Program, and introduces students to working with augmented reality in a myriad of ways.
Meet the Student Organizers of HackNYU 2022
Hear from three HackNYU 2022 student organizers about their experience helping to organize a hackathon with over 800 participants and find out what they’ve learned from running the events.
HackNYU 2022 Winners
This past February, hundreds of students from around the world gathered virtually to flex their intelligence and creativity during one of the biggest student-run hackathons. Here are some of the ideas they came up with.
Women in Technology Celebrate NYU Trailblazers
Join the WIT community in celebrating the impressive artistic and administrative accomplishments of Kitty Bridges, Jelena Kovačević, and Shelly J. Smith, three pioneering women in technology at NYU.
Women in Technology Celebrate NYU Trailblazers
Join the WIT community in celebrating the impressive artistic and administrative accomplishments of Kitty Bridges, Jelena Kovačević, and Shelly J. Smith, three pioneering women in technology at NYU.
The Names and Science Behind the Turing Award
On June 15, 2019, NYU researcher Yann LeCun and two colleagues were presented with the 2018 Turing Award for their work in artificial intelligence. The award's namesake, Alan Turing, was a computing pioneer and is considered an icon of the LGBTQ movement.
Throwback: My 2nd Computer Was a UNIVAC I
The computer belonged to the Atomic Energy Commission (AEC), now known as the Department of Energy, and was installed at NYU for use by the Courant Institute.
Exploring the Silicon City
From Morse to micro-computing, for much of the 20th century, New York City, its businesses, and its universities were home to the birth and development of computing and information technology.
VR, 3D Printing, and Storytelling at 2019 NYU Research Day
The 2019 Research Day showcased the ways data science and research technology can benefit students and instructors in nearly every field of academic study.
2018 Digital Humanities + Data
The 2018 DH+Data Day featured presentations by researchers in disciplines as diverse as journalism, food science, archiving, art, history, and sociology.
HackNYU 2019 Winners
Twenty-one projects took home awards in a field full of innovative, novel ideas that were developed over the 48 hours of the hackathon, which included 13 winners across the hackathon’s tracks and 11 awards from sponsors.
Meet HackNYU 2019 Student Co-Chair Srishti Sanya
Srishti Sanya is one of two student Executive Co-Chair for HackNYU 2019. Connect sat down with her (virtually!) to discuss how she became involved with the event and what she’s learned from it.
Hacking HackNYU: Co-Chair Eric Kwok Reflects on HackNYU 2018
Eric Kwok, one of the Co-Chairs of HackNYU 2018, reflects on what it takes to put together such a large event, some of his favorite projects, and why the diversity of HackNYU's team gives him hope for the future.
Create a Better NYU Hackathon
For over 24 hours in early December, NYU students, professors and alumni got together to code and build apps, websites, or data visualizations at the “Create a Better NYU” Hackathon. Their assignment was to come up with technology-based ways to make life easier at NYU.
WIT: Empowering Women in Information Technology
There’s no shortage of media chatter about the scarcity of women graduating from science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) college programs and the low number of female workers pursuing careers in technology.
Developing Our Future IT and Technology Leaders
NYU IT's Technology Leadership Program places recent graduates on the IT forefront in a paid rotation between NYU IT areas. Hear from TLP associates and mentors.
Coding at Work: Students Take the Lead in Creating Apps for NYU
Did you know that several NYU applications were developed by teams composed almost entirely of students? Learn more about the Student Tech Innovation Team (STIT) and the apps they're creating to benefit NYU.
Handshake for Student Employees: A New Application for Managing Student Employment
The NYU Wasserman Center for Career Development, in collaboration with the career centers in Abu Dhabi and Shanghai, launched Handshake—an intuitive, mobile-friendly platform that connects students and alumni to employers.
How Agile Teams Can Prioritize UX Work
The User Experience (UX) Community of Practice partnered with NYU IT to present "How Agile Teams Can Prioritize UX Work," a workshop led by Rachel Krause, User Experience Specialist at the Nielsen Norman Group.
Preparing Today’s Students for Tomorrow’s New York
"Preparing Today’s Students for Tomorrow’s New York" is a learning program that brings middle and high school students together with volunteers from NYU IT and Apple Inc. to help them learn educational and workplace skills.
Highlights of the 2018 NYU Technology Summit
On November 13, 2018, the inaugural NYU Technology Summit celebrated the University’s collective accomplishments in the innovative use of technology. .
Innovation at the NYU Poly Prototyping Fund Showcase
NYU’s Polytechnic School of Engineering (SoE) Prototyping Fund Showcase is a collaborative program offered by the Greenhouse at NYU Polytechnic SoE (sponsored by a VentureWell grant) and the NYU Entrepreneurial Institute. It’s one of an increasing number of innovation showcases occurring across the University.