• Bridging the Alumni Generational Gap
    Bernard Bayuk ME’40 and Jie Lan ChE’96 became fast friends when they found a common interest, supporting The Cooper Union. Read Story >>
  • Cooper Parents<br>Pay It Forward
    Parents of a graduating senior share what The Cooper Union has meant, why it's unique and how they feel it is their responsibility to reciprocate.
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  • Elizabeth Graziolo AR'95
    Alumna of the Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture shares her career highlights, upcoming work and why she gives to Cooper.
    Meet Elizabeth >>
  • In Memoriam:<br>Issac Heller E'52
    From farmhouse to business owner to philanthropist, Mr. Heller's life touched key cultural events and trends, exemplifying a mid-twentieth century American success story.
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  • Peter Cooper as Philanthropist
    To commemorate his 224th birthday and mark the launch of Support Cooper, we delved into Peter Cooper's other, lesser known philanthropic endeavors in education. Read Story >>
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    Alumni Career Services
    Saskia Bailey A'15
    Parents Resources

    Upcoming Events

      Engineering Mock Interview Night, October 8

    Past Events

    Parents Day, Saturday, October 3

    FSAG & Law Happy Hour, Thursday, September 17

    Arthur Klein ChE'49
    Arthur H. Klein, born on Sept 14, 1924 passed away on Mar 27 2015 in Mt Kisco, NY. Arthur was the son of Alex and Adele Klein who preceded him in death. Arthur was also preceded in death by his son Jeffery Klein and granddaughter Jill Klein. Arthur is survived by his wife, Charlotte Klein, son Steven Klein, Daughter Sally Klein, and granddaughter Jacqueline Klein.
    Meet Cooper's Own Mad Man, Harvey Gabor
    Art director of the ground-breaking "I'd like to buy the world a Coke" ad Harvey Gabor A'55 discusses the making of the famous television spot, how he landed in the advertising industry and how he's gotten much more attention since the ad appeared on the finale of Mad Men.
    5 Things with Lee Skolnick AR'79
    Former alumni trustee and prominent architect shares his thoughts on why Cooper matters, some of his most meaningful memories of his years studying architecture at Cooper and which cities he would love to spend time exploring.
    5 Things with Joe Micheels ChE'14
    Recent graduate and globe trotter has been employed by a UK based fluid controls company since graduating last spring. We spoke to the young alumnus about how Cooper shaped his success, how and why he supports the school as well as what his favorite element on the periodic table is.