The LaGuardia Co-op provides computer workstations, collaboration space, and other resources. In the 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 course work involves gaming and VR. In which case, the Co-op still has you covered.
“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.
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.
“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.
From cosmetics, to comics conventions, to the classroom, Sarah C. 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. Since then, they’ve formed a bond built on a shared interest in technology, art, and entertainment.
The annual HackNYU event is one of the largest student-run hackathons in the country. 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 the hackathon and HackNYU’s organizational team gives him hope for the future.
An entire floor dedicated to artistic expression, technological advancement, and social commentary was open to the public on Tuesday, May 15 and Wednesday, May 16, when the NYU Tisch School of the Arts hosted their bi-annual Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) show. The event offers ITP students the opportunity to present their completed works.
The NYU IT Technology Leadership Program (TLP) is a new initiative that offers five recent NYU graduates the opportunity to grow their career in information technology. The program consists of two sequential one-year rotational assignments in NYU IT departments that align with each participant’s skills and career aspirations. The assignments are paid, full-time positions with […]
The 2018 HackNYU hackathon took place over the weekend of March 24-25. Out of 81 final submissions and 501 participants, there were 16 winners across categories such as Assistive Technology, Educational Technology, Healthcare, and Sustainability & Social Impact, as well as recognitions awarded by event sponsors.
HackNYU is a 48-hour hackathon that invites NYU community members across the University’s global campuses to complete for the best app in four categories: Accessibility & Assistive Technology, Sustainability & Social Impact, Healthcare, and Education Technology. Visit the website to learn more and to apply to the March 23–25 event as a volunteer or a […]