Compliancy Group is proud of our commitment to advocacy work–and this recent sponsorship continues that tradition.
Compliancy Group has sponsored New York University’s Tandon School of Engineering Robotic Design Team (NYU RDT) as they compete in the NASA Robotic Mining Competition 2018.
The Competition takes place annually at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, from May 14th-May 18th, 2018.
The NYU RDT is a collegiate research and design team at New York University’s Tandon School of Engineering. The team is composed of students within the Tandon School of Engineering. Students in RDT travel around the country to annually compete in numerous university robotics competitions.
In addition to securing the means to compete, RDT uses its resources to promote STEM education initiatives throughout the New York City Metropolitan area. They participate in programs such as FIRST Robotics, Girl Scouts of America, and Code Interactive.
“At Compliancy Group, we know that the next generation of engineers and computer scientists are going to be instrumental in propelling technological advances that we can only dream of,” Marc Haskelson, President and CEO of Compliancy Group, comments.
“As a company, one of our core principles is community engagement, which we exercise through our continued advocacy work in the tech and health care communities alike. We’re proud to help young professionals in STEM realize their potential, and can only hope that this sponsorship will help NYU RDT bring home First Prize.”