Technical Techniques for Interviews by Theta Tau

Theta Tau is a co-ed professional engineering fraternity. They have recently become a chapter at NYU. This event was organized by Tiffany Ho, a senior at NYU Tandon, studying Electrical Engineering. Today, Theta Tau members, Lolaly Luo and her friend, Pan Chen, presented on how CS technical interviews run. They gave an example problem and spoke about how to prepare for those interviews. From the physical copy of a resume to presenting themselves in person,…

Project of The Week: We Are The New Farmers!

Since it’s opening in fall 16’, the Makerspace has been home to many exiting projects ranging from robotic arms to high power rockets. One of the most exciting projects however, is a food computer made by grad student Jonas Guenther and his team of motivated entrepreneurs! A food computer is a specialized growing chamber in which climate, energy, and plant growth are controlled and monitored. One of the goals of the project is to reduce the…

Design for America Project Critique

Design for America of NYU is an student organization at NYU Tandon which focuses on social innovation through the Human Centered Design process (AKA Design Thinking). This semester, the organization has been working on 6 different projects. In the Project Critique, all 6 teams show the progress of their projects. They receive feedback from the all the mentors and their peers. Using these feedback, the teams continue to improve their research and prototypes.

MakerSpace: The Origin Story

The new NYU MakerSpace came to life on September of 2016. The opening was grand with over 300 people from all over NYU and NYC being present for the ribbon cutting ceremony. But, did you know how the MakerSpace came into existence? There was a temporary space on the second floor of the Roger’s hall and a makeshift MakerSpace with a couple of Mojo and one Dimension Elite printers was created. Even though it was right…
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