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Year of Undergraduate Research (YoUR)

YoUR work matters!

You work and study hard at City Tech and, yes, YoUR work matters! We’re celebrating 10 years of undergraduate research at City Tech, and we’re showing off YoUR work! Come see all the different types of research that your fellow students—people just like you—are doing. Ask questions, brainstorm new research ideas, or even participate in an actual experiment! Walk through other departments and see what research opportunities are out there! Who knows, the next big research idea could come from you and your background in a totally different field! Swing by any of the following departments and get busy!

Business: Namm Hall, Room 1012
Hospitality Management: Namm Hall, Room 220
Computer Systems Technology: Namm Hall, Room 91
Humanities: Library Bldg, Room 630
Library: Library Bldg, Room 434

Date: Thursday, March 14, 2019
Time: 12:45 PM – 2:00 PM

Students: Come to today’s Research Mixer!

Would you like to engage in a research project with a City Tech professor as your mentor ?

Are you interested in learning more about funded research opportunities at City Tech ?

Join us on Thursday, February 21, 2019 in room N119 (first floor of the NAMM building) from 12:35 – 2:00 PM for the 18th semi-annual Research Mixer event, hosted by City Tech’s Undergraduate Research Committee. We promise that you will not leave the session disappointed. Bring a friend with you and invite your classmates to come and explore the tremendous research resources that City Tech offers.

12/5 Event–Existential Medicine #2: Augmented Humanity

Members of the VR & AI Club have posted the following information about an event tomorrow, December 5th, at New Lab at the Brooklyn Navy Yard:

12/5 7-9p – Existential Medicine #2: Augmented Humanity – Free – New Lab, Brooklyn Navy Yard

“In part two [of Existential Medicine], we unpack Augmented Humanity and the human body as a connected device. Underscoring the importance of emotional intelligence, we ask: how can this technology build upon the most powerful humanistic attributes that differentiate us from machines? The evening will explore the future of surgical robotics, connected implants, and what augmentations mean for human performance, the body, and medicine.”

 

SUBMERGE Marine Science Festival in Hudson River Park

Volunteer opportunity description

SUBMERGE’s mission is to inspire audiences of all ages by educating them on marine science and ecosystem health. Volunteers will help run the Welcome Tent, Discovery Lab, Photo Booth, Information Tent and other activities going on throughout the day. Other activities for children include experiments, live scuba dive shows, catch & release fishing and many other sources of entertainment. This is a great opportunity for you to help your community and help the public learn more about New York City’s coastal waters.

Requirements

Over 18 years old, at least a 3 hour time commitment.

There are two volunteer sessions available. The morning session will run from 10:00am-1:30pm, the afternoon session will go from 1:30pm-5:00pm.

T-shirt, Morning snacks, and coffee will be provided, along with a lunch for all volunteers.

Please submit a request through NYC Service to attend and we will follow up wtih more details if space is available.

Our volunteer needs

We need volunteers on these days:
September 22, 2018

Volunteer opportunity location(s)

Volunteer opportunity locations map

You’re Invited! Research Mixer, Th 9/20 12:30-2:00PM

THE 17TH SEMI-ANNUAL RESEARCH MIXER

poster for Research MixerSPONSORED BY CITY TECH’S COORDINATION OF UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH COMMITTEE AND THE BLACK MALE INITIATIVE PROGRAM

Yes, you can be a researcher!

Come find out about exciting research opportunities for you.

Please join us for refreshments!

Thursday, Sept. 20, 2018

12:30 – 2 PM • L Building Ground Floor

ALL FACULTY AND STUDENTS ARE WELCOME

Coordination of Undergraduate Research Committee: Reginald Blake (Chair), Viviana Acquaviva, Ralph Alcendor, Monica Berger, Mariya Bessonov, Mercer Brugler, Aida Egues, Pa Her, Heejun Kim, Janet Liou-Mark(sabbatical), Zory Marantz, Alberto Martinez, Masato Nakamura, Hamidreza Norouzi, Katherine Poirier, Jonas Reitz, Jody Rosen, Diana Samaroo, Liana Tsenova, and Lin Zhou

Undergraduate Research on Display

Many members of the City Tech community haven’t been on campus since the end of the Spring 2018 semester. If that includes you, that means you have yet to see the Undergraduate Research exhibit at the library. Be sure to stop and learn more about undergraduate research at City Tech at the exhibit on the 4th floor of the Library building (formerly the Atrium building).

Title and samples from UR exhibitUR poster exhibitThe exhibit is the work of several inspiring City Tech students, as well as faculty and staff from the Library, the Honors and Undergraduate Research Scholars Poster Presentation Session, the Faculty Commons, the Office of the Provost, the Director of Undergraduate Research, and the Undergraduate Research Committee.

City Nature Challenge 2018: New York City

Students, Faculty and Staff members, friends and family! Read here about this exciting biodiversity event starting this Friday and running until Monday:

City Nature Challenge 2018: New York City

Start spreading the news! New York City needs YOU to help find all of the creatures that call our city home. Will you help us win this challenge and show off our city’s biodiversity? You can participate on your own or by attending free events all over the city. See the events lists: FridaySaturdaySundayMonday

In both the paved and green spaces of our city, many species survive and thrive. We’re asking all New Yorkers – residents, visitors, commuters, students, teachers, pedestrians, park lovers, parents, children, EVERYONE – to become citizen scientists and help us make as many iNaturalist observations as we can. Will you join us in this citizen science quest to catalog our city’s great biodiversity?

Check the News section for free events you can join! Let’s put NYC on top! (Events are listed in reverse chronological order, so scroll through them all! Look for an event in a location near you!)

How can you get started? It’s easy! Download the iNaturalist app to your mobile device. During the time from April 27-30, use the app to upload photos of organisms to the iNaturalist and the iNaturalist community will help you identify them. It’s as simple as that!

Spring Research Mixer this Wednesday!

Calling all researchers and future researchers! The Undergraduate Research Committee hosts a research mixer each semester to help students and faculty meet to hear about the exciting research conducted within the City Tech community and to plan for future partnerships.

The Research Mixer will take place this Wednesday, May 4th, from 3-5pm in Namm 119.

Image: Researcher Mixer Spring 2016 Flyer