April 12-13, 2024
Messages from the Board President, Principal, Editor and Foundation Executive Director.
Rosabeth Eddy examines how Tech is forging new pathways to keep its status as the nation’s leader in STEM.
Mathew M. Mandery ’61 discusses how Tech will continue to shape the future of STEM education.
Dorothy Teneketges Bennett ’82 the examines the future of STEM education, especially at a premier technical high school like Brooklyn Tech?
The place to start thinking about the future of STEM education, at Brooklyn Tech and elsewhere, is the wellspring of tomorrow’s science and technology talent—the elementary and middle schools.
A strong curriculum isn’t enough. Understanding the power of exponential growth is critical.
Acclaimed photographer and emerging film director An Rong Xu ’07 creates images that vibrate with humanity, radiating a bold immediacy of person and place.
Shariful Khan ’15 is on track to clerk at the United States Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit, and the Southern District of New York.
Marva Tariq ’17 is pursuing a Ph.D. at California Institute of Technology,
Enrico Lentini ’16 is scheduled to be a full pilot – a winged aviator – this fall.