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, called the University Building, that used to stand where the modern-day Silver Center now sits? You can take a trip back through the history of Washington Square Park, the NYU buildings around it, and the surrounding neighborhood by visiting the Washington Square Photo Collection, curated by Digital Library Technology Services.
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There’s no shortage of media chatter about the scarcity of women graduating from science, technology, engineering, and math programs and the low number of female workers pursuing careers in technology. In 2017, NYU launched Women in Information Technology to encourage women in IT-related professions at NYU to reach their fullest professional and personal potential by pursuing University career opportunities and taking advantage of professional resources.
In the five years that NYU Sydney has been welcoming students, local staff have crafted a unique learning environment in and outside the classroom. Opportunities to experiment with new applications and immersive technologies such as virtual reality have become an integral element of the Sydney experience.
Designating oneself as an organ donor is a familiar concept, but few people consider the prospect of donating their face to someone in need of a transplant. There’s a difficult aspect the families of potential donors must consider: How is their loved one returned to them? Previously, the solution was a silicone mask. Dr. Eduardo Rodriguez thought something better could be provided. NYU LaGuardia Studio was determined to provide it for him.
Being a victim of identity theft can cause anxiety and frustration, but there are corrective and preventive steps you can take. Below are some precautions that can lessen your likelihood of becoming a victim of identity theft, as well as some steps you can take if you are the victim of identity theft.
NYU Docs/Drive enables community members to collaborate on, edit, and approve documents. Docs can be used for both synchronous and asynchronous collaboration. However, not all of Docs’ powerful collaborative features are obvious at first glance. In this article are some tips to help you make the most of Docs and more effectively work together with colleagues on shared documents.