Stella Tan-Torres

Writing Associates

Nader Tehrani

Dean and Professor
212.353.4220 |

Hannah Teskey

Assistant Director, Individual Giving
212.353.4172 |

Andreas Theodoridis

Visiting Researcher with the Institute for Sustainable Design

Nicole Thomas

Office Assistant
212-353-4160 |

Doug Thornhill

Laboratory Technician and Project Coordinator, Mechanical Engineering
212.353.4330 |

Silvia Tjioe

Grants Manager, Corporate & Foundation Relations
212.353.4174 |

Alexander Tochilovsky

Associate Professor (Proportional-Time) and Curator, Herb Lubalin Study Center of Design and Typography
(212) 353-4021 |

Jeff Tolbert


Robert Q Topper

Professor of Chemistry
212.353.4378 |

Antoinette Torres

Director of Strategic Initiatives and Institutional Effectiveness
212 353-4251 |

Ryan Toth

Night Monitor - Painting/Drawing

James Trombetta

Facilities Engineer

David True

Associate Professor (Proportional-Time)
212-353-4200 |

Ruslan Trusewych

Visiting Instructor Adjunct

Yasuko Tshuchikane

Adjunct Assistant Professor

Alexa Tsien

Assistant Professor Adjunct

Yasuko Tsuchikane

Adjunct Assistant Professor

Paul Tummolo

Manager, Multimedia Support
212-353-4355 |

Cosmas Tzavelis

Professor of Civil Engineering
212.353.4297 |

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