The winners of HackNYU 2019 are in! 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 additional awards from sponsors and partners.
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The NYU IT Technology Leadership Program (TLP) offers five recent graduates the opportunity to grow their career in information technology. TLP consists of three sequential six-month rotational assignments in NYU IT departments.
Nominate an NYU student for the Max Goldstein Prize or George Sadowsky Award! Each $500 prize honors students who have used technology in an innovative fashion to better campus life and contribute to the NYU and NYC community.
HackNYU, NYU’s largest hackathon, managed entirely by students, is back for another exciting year! Join the global HackNYU adventure with 500+ students, professionals, hardware hobbyists, hackers, and designers for a weekend of creativity and innovation, Feb. 15-17.
The inaugural NYU Technology Summit celebrated the University’s collective accomplishments of using technology in innovative ways. NYU President Andrew Hamilton kicked off the day, followed by Len Peters, NYU IT CIO, and keynote speaker, Dr. Yann LeCun.
Foundation to Formation: Reshaping Information Technology at NYU Download an accessible PDF of the NYU IT 2018 annual report to read a message from Vice President and CIO Len Peters, insights from NYU IT leadership, and to learn about the accomplishments of NYU IT’s many teams during the previous academic year.
The organizers of the NYU Technology Summit are pleased to announce that the computer scientist and technology innovator, Dr. Yann LeCun, will be the keynote speaker at the Summit. Dr. LeCun is VP and Chief AI Scientist at Facebook and Silver Professor at NYU, affiliated with the Courant Institute and the NYU Center for Data […]
“It worked yesterday…why is it not working today?” exclaims a voice. 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.
“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 using project-based learning methodologies.
On October 14, 2018, NYU IT’s Operations Technology and Support Services (OTSS) will be holding the first annual Scribble NYC Design Forum at the NYU MakerSpace in Brooklyn from 8am to 8pm. This forum will bring together middle school, high school, and college students along with local teachers and school administrators to participate in workshops […]