- March 01
The Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation (BWAF) has announced the winners of its Built by Women New York City (BxW NYC) competition. An exhibition of the selected works will be held at The Center for Architecture opening March 2, 2015
- February 25
Four inventions created and prototyped by Cooper Union engineering students have been chosen to be further developed by Quirky, a company that refines and markets new inventions
- February 10
This year’s Menschel Exhibition reflects the work of eleven Benjamin Menschel Fellows from the largest pool of proposals to date.
- February 10
Cities of the Dead: The Ancestral Cemeteries of Kyrgyzstan. Traveling in Kyrgyzstan, photographer Margaret Morton became captivated by the otherworldly grandeur of these cemeteries.
- February 09
"Cities of the Dead," an exhibition open to the public until February 28, takes the viewer to the mirage-like cemeteries of Central Asia. Professor Morton took us on a tour of the gallery, sharing the stories behind her favorite images
- February 03
The Cooper Union ranks ahead of every other public and private higher-educational institution according to The Princeton Review's latest guidebook focused on concerns over paying for college and gaining well-paying employment after graduation
- January 26
The President of the International Association of Art Critics and 20-year member of The Cooper Union faculty of humanities and social sciences returns to teach after a three-year hiatus. We talked with him about his history and the place of art criticism in the world today
- January 20
During the Spring the Department of Continuing Education will offer its first online course in five years. The topic, "Daylighting and Codes," focusing on the uses of daylight to illuminate buildings, will be taught by a graduate of The Cooper Union, Matthew Tanteri A'84
- January 05
Time Warner Cable has profiled the six-week program as part of its broadcast and online series "It Ain't Rocket Science"