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Digital Cafe: Building Community Capacity in Puerto Rico

Event | Dec 08, 2022

Disasters resulting from climate and man-made hazards are in the news every day. Why do the same places keep experiencing disasters? How can people and governments better manage disaster mitigation and recovery from a disaster? Join us as Professors Farzana Gandhi and Jim Martinez discuss and examine some of Puerto Rico's vulnerabilities and highlight community-driven and effective responses.
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Meet the Office of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging

Event | Dec 08, 2022

Meet the members of the Office of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging at an online webinar. We will explain the organization of our office, including our advisory and DEI committees, and discuss the many ways our office supports the New York Tech community.
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DDC: “Weather on Worlds Beyond Our Own” with Johanna Vos

Event | Dec 01, 2022

Join us for a Dean's Digital Café with Dr. Johanna Vos of the American Museum of Natural History, as she explains how astrophysicists monitor the weather on worlds beyond our own, and what we might find "out there" in the next decade.
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Research Activities: William Letsou, Ph.D., Assistant Professor

Blog | Sep 29, 2022

William Letsou earned his Ph.D. in Chemistry at the California Institute of Technology under Dr. Long Cai. His research strives to find mathematical and statistical models that describe how genes work together in combination to produce various cell types and phenotypes
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Research Activities: Leonidas Salichos, Ph.D., Assistant Professor

Blog | Jan 08, 2021

Leonidas Salichos is a computational biologist. His research focuses on evolving systems, such as the spread of infectious diseases, cancer evolution and human genomics, as well as viral and microbiome prevalence across human tissues.
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