All News 2010


December 20

Thaddeus Strassberger (BSE '98)

December 20

Turn the Night Into Day: The Photographs of Alfred Wertheimer

December 20

The Work of Catherine Seavitt Nordenson (AR’94)

December 20

Life in 3D: The Work of Jason R. Banfelder (BE '93, M. ChE '96)

December 20

41 Cooper Square becomes first academic building in New York City to be certified LEED Platinum

December 20

Cooper Union Ranks #1 Nationally

November 20

Faculty News: Dennis Adams

SPILL, 2009 a new film by Dennis Adams will have its American premiere at the San Francisco Museum of of Modern Art as part of "How Wine Became Modern/Design+Wine 1976 to Now."

November 11

Faculty News: Colleen Asper

Colleen Asper (Adjunct Instructor) has a show with Ted Mineo, Touché opening Thursday, November 11 at APF LAB, 15 Wooster St.

November 09

Faculty News: Doug Ashford

Doug Ashford (Associate Professor - Proportional) is in the group exhibition Abstract Possible opening November 12th in Malmo, Sweden. The show is organized by Maria Lind and additionally has work by Claire Barclay (UK), Goldin+Senneby (SE), Wade Guyton (US), and Mai-Thu Perret (CH).

October 26

Drawing Club at Soloway | Organized by Pam Lins

An exhibition of "Drawing Club", a project organized by Adjunct Professor Pam Lins, along with artists Ohad Meromi and Halsey Rodman, will be on view at Soloway from November 6th to November 20th, 2011.

September 28

Prof. Smyth Receives Patent for SO3 Input Device

Professor Smyth, professor of mathematics, receives patent for SO3 input device

September 15

The Cooper Union ranked number one in Newsweek's 25 Most Desirable Small Schools

The Cooper Union was ranked number one in Newsweek's 25 Most Desirable Small Schools! Cooper was also ranked number five on Newsweek's Most Desirable Urban Schools and number seven in Newsweek's 25 Most Desirable Colleges.

June 29

Kathleen Chalfant at Commencement 2010

On May 25, 2010, the actor Kathleen Chalfant delivered the keynote address to the graduating class of 2010, marking the Cooper Union's 151st commencement ceremony. Kathleen Chalfant is one of theater's most celebrated living performers, and has won Obie and Drama Desk awards in recognition of her achievements.

June 01

Kay Kollar (A’82): Reimagining the Harwell Hamilton Harris House

June 01

Pioneer Profile: Financial Services Panel at 41 Cooper Square

June 01

Cooper Union Alumni and Faculty at the 2010 Whitney Biennial

June 01

Designer Thomas O’Brien (A’86): Man of the Moment

June 01

Michael Sisti: Good Medicine through Changing Paradigms

Michael Sisti is a neurosurgeon whose pragmatism and idealism have often led him down other routes than the traditional and the expected.

June 01

Final Great Evening in the Great Hall

June 01

Teaching Technology Initiative

May 27

AISC Steel Bridge Team Attends Regional Competition

Professor Cosmas Tzavelis leads Cooper student group to AISC Steel Bridge competition

April 22

President Obama Speaks at Cooper Union's Great Hall

March 22

Malcolm Gladwell will be The Cooper Union's 152nd Commencement Speaker

Celebrated journalist and best-selling author Malcolm Gladwell will deliver the keynote address at The Cooper Union's 152nd Commencement.

January 01

Prof. Lay Named Senior Investigator of NSF Center

Professor Lay named Senior Investigator on NSF Center for Chemical Innovation: Center for Nanostructured Electronic Materials

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