New NSF grant for City Tech Prof. Huseyin Yuce

13 12 2010

Prof. Huseyin Yuce from the Department of Mathematics was recently awarded a National Science Foundation, Course Curriculum and Laboratory Improvement grant (CCLI) for a project focusing on the Brooklyn waterfront.  “Water and Work: The Brooklyn Waterfront 2050” will create a new science-based interdisciplinary course in the field of environmental science.  The course will combine core principals of physics, architecture, mathematics, biology, chemistry and engineering and provide students with the necessary tools to understand complex environmental issues on a local and global scale. Students will have the opportunity to evaluate the current state of the Brooklyn waterfront and project how it will change by 2050 given current global warming trends.

New Research Associate for I-Cubed

17 08 2010

A new reserach assistant for I-Cubed, Olga Batyr, has been hired. She will assist in technical aspects of survey creation, event organization and online presence of the project. We welcome her to City Tech!

City Tech I-Cubed web site live!

25 06 2010

A new web page for I-Cubed is now available at City Tech:

YouTube Video of Provost August

24 06 2010

The summary speech at the Sept. 11, 2009 I-Cubed event was given by Provost Bonne August. The YouTube video can now be watched at:

New CPATH blog!

9 06 2010

A new blog for City Tech’s CPATH Initiative is now available at the CUNY Academic Commons:

CPATH is one of City Tech’s NSF-funded projects.

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