IS Department News & Events

IS Events

  • FREE DATA workshop with NYCDOH April 9, sign up by april 6
    If you are a student, faculty member, researcher, public health professional, or member of a community/faith-based organization who is interested in learning more about the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene’s (DOHMH) public use datasets and interactive tools that are available to access health data, you are invited  to attend a DOHMH […]
  • Scientista   Women in Science Conference (Apr 13-15) Poster Abstracts Due March 23rd
    Women in Science: Scientista  conference April 13-15 (same weekend as March for Science): Career Fair, with companies and non profits, panels, networking, resume/CV review,  etc. Poster abstracts due March 23. For those that have work (senior theses) that have not yet been published or presented at a conference, please consider submitting a poster abstract. Companies are looking to hire women and […]
  • Mar 14 + 15 New York Academy of Sciences Events
    Wednesday, March 14th: Stories Behind the CV: A Career Exploration Town Hall Wednesday, March 14, 2018, 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM The New York Academy of Sciences, 7 World Trade Center, 250 Greenwich St Fl 40, New York When exploring possible careers, we often hear descriptions of career paths that sound so straightforward. “I went to […]
  • Mon Mar 12 6 PM Intimate Genomics: Artist Talk with Heather Dewey-Hagborg
    MONDAY, MARCH 12, 2018 AT 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM  Wolff Conference Room, Room D1103, Albert and Vera List Academic Center 6 East 16th Street, New York, NY 10003, Room D1103 In this artist talk Heather Dewey-Hagborg will discuss her biopolitical art practice including her work with strangers DNA, Chelsea Manning, and the intimate side of genomics. […]
  • Fri Mar 9 9AM-6PM “The Future of the Puerto Rican Body” Colloquium

IS News

  • Provost Tim Marshall Says STEM May Be the Future – But Liberal Arts Are Timeless
    Check out our provost Tim Marshall defending the Lang education to the core in an op ed in Quartz… and in particular the Interdisciplinary Science Program which embraces the liberal arts!   Advertisements
  • Jennifer Wilson presents ” Data Design and Social Justice” at the MAA meeting on Humanistic Mathematics
    On January 11, Interdisciplinary Science faculty member, Jennifer Wilson, presented her work on  with students in her course ” Data Design and Social Justice” at the Mathematics Association of America Session on Humanistic Mathematics at the  Joint Mathematics Meeting in San Diego, CA.  Jennifer co-designed this course with graduate student Elena Paunova, who is completing her graduate […]
  • Bhawani Venkataraman and Sean Hughes Present at the Third National Summit of Energy Education
    Interdisciplinary Science faculty member, Bhawani Venkataraman, and Interdisciplinary Science major, Sean Hughes, will present their research and interactive design approaches at the Third National Summit of Energy Education in Washington, DC and hosted by the National Council for Science and the Environment on January 25. The Comparative Energy Product is an interactive and visual educational tool […]
  • Katayoun Chamany Receives the John A. Moore Award for Science as a Way of Knowing
    On January 7th, Katayoun Chamany  received the  John A. Moore Award and delivered a lecture titled “Responsibility, Arts, and Design for Inclusive Learning” at the Annual Conference for the Society of Integrative and Comparative Biology where she shared her work on Stem Cells Across the Curriculum.  This conference had two interesting symposia focused on ” […]
  • Emergency: DACA, IRMA Support
    The Department of Natural Sciences and Mathematics echoes the stance of the University and our Civic Engagement and Social Justice Office with respect to protecting the identities of all students in particular in the face of threats to DACA.  Please see the list of resources curated by our Sanctuary University Committee and CESJ office here.  The […]

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Local Organization Events

Here are some organizations that put on exciting events in New York City. Check out their pages for the latest event information.

  • Ligo Project

    Ligo Project is a brand new effort being launched in NYC and Boston aimed at bringing together Sciences, IT, and Business in order to facilitate rapid and inexpensive commercialization of science innovations and promote increase access to medicine and healthcare as well as other scientific applications that might improve quality of life. Binding Capitalism with Altruism to Save Lives.

  • Genspace

    Genspace is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting citizen science and access to biotechnology. Since 2009 we have served the greater New York area by providing educational outreach, cultural events, and a platform for science innovation at the grassroots level. In December 2010 we opened the first-ever community biotechnology laboratory, a Biosafety Level One facility in Brooklyn, New York, where we offer hands-on courses to the public, provide extracurricular experiences for students, and encourage scientific entrepreneurship, particularly in the fields of molecular and synthetic biology. As a community-based lab, we offer members the unique opportunity to work on their own projects and experience the joy and wonder of science firsthand.

  • The Secret Science Club

    Underground, Shrouded in mystery, Chock-full of brainiacs. The Secret Science Club features:

    • mind-bending lectures
    • volatile experiments
    • chemical libations
    • star-gazing sounds
  • New York Academy of Sciences

    We convene more than 100 events and webinars each year, from major international conferences to intimate discussion group meetings of researchers with similar interests. These events cover topics in the life sciences, physical sciences, engineering, and green science and sustainability. We also offer career development seminars for young scientists and public outreach events through Science & the City.

  • Science & The Arts at CUNY

    Science & the Arts presents programs in theatre, art, music, dance and film that bridge the worlds of art and science. Since 2001 we have presented public events ranging from conferences and concerts to science demonstrations on the streets of New York.

  • Curiosity3

    CUriosity3 is a FREE Public Seminar Series held at Columbia University addressing the intersection of Art and Science.

  • Science Cafes