On the 20th anniversary of September 11, we shared stories of alumni who created NYC 9/11 memorials and monuments designed to commemorate the losses of that tragic day. Today, and every day, we remember the Cooper alumni who lost their lives that day, and mourn the loss to our community.
Deborah Gittleman Kaplan CE'77
Eugen Lazar CE'96
COOPERMADE 9/11 Memorials and Monuments
Twenty years ago the events of 9/11 made an indelible impact on our country, and on the Cooper community. Alumni including T.J. Gottesdiener AR’79, Julian LaVerdiere A’93, John Leeper AR'85, and Daniel Libeskind AR’70 contributed the skills they learned at Cooper and a wealth of professional experience and personal meaning to construct New York's memorials and monuments in remembrance of the lives lost that day.
COOPERMADE Seats at the Table
Whether engineering new flavors or creating new community spaces, these Cooper alumni offer you a seat at their table.
COOPERMADE Air and Space
After Cooper Union launched their careers, these alumni launched our imaginations to the stars and beyond.
COOPERMADE NYC Landmarks and Legends
From Central Park monuments to the High Line, our alumni have shaped the public spaces and aesthetics of New York for over a century thanks to the education they received at The Cooper Union.
COOPERMADE Kids Characters
From classic cartoons of the 30s and 40s to picture books we still read to our kids today, the characters of our imagination are #COOPERMADE!
COOPERMADE At Home
From the water in your tap to the internet in your home office, so many aspects of day-to-day life are #COOPERMADE!