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To the New York Tech community, Juneteenth is more than just a day off. It is an opportunity to observe, reflect, and most importantly, educate ourselves on our country’s history, injustices still taking place, and what the future holds for us.
In spring 2021, the inaugural School of Architecture and Design Tommaso and Franca Chieco Dean’s Atelier Studio hosted world-renowned architect Alberto Campo Baeza as distinguished guest professor for a third-year design class.
In an opinion piece for The Box, Jamel Vanderburg, M.P.A., adjunct instructor of interdisciplinary studies, talks about the importance and significance of Juneteenth.
Meet the innovative voices of the LGBTQIA community, who are creating change at New York Tech.
Energy experts discussed the latest innovations in buildings, vehicles, and power systems as well as offered their insights on trends in community resilience and sustainability.
A delegation of School of Architecture and Design faculty and students will be among the 112 participants from 46 countries at the 2021 Venice Biennale Architecture.
A $10,000 Community Access to Child Health (CATCH) Implementation grant from the American Academy of Pediatrics will help provide education and healthcare resources to mothers living in rural Arkansas.
In an International Business Times op-ed, College of Arts and Sciences’ Melissa Huey, Ph.D., calls for widespread critical thinking education initiatives, explaining how the pandemic has exacerbated Gen Z’s digital dependencies.
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