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  • What’s Next for the i²e Campus Transformation?

    What’s Next for the i²e Campus Transformation?

    Updates On In-Progress and Upcoming Initiatives Shared at Town Hall

  • Concrete Findings: Sensing Molecules Could Improve  Infrastructure Health

    Concrete Findings: Sensing Molecules Could Improve Infrastructure Health

    Extending the life cycle of our infrastructure and finding ways of detecting the first signs of deterioration before structures reach the “point of no return” has long been a source for scholarly discourse and research.

  • What Prompts Citizen Scientists to  Conduct Research for Free?  Neither Money Nor Résumé Building

    What Prompts Citizen Scientists to Conduct Research for Free? Neither Money Nor Résumé Building

    NYU-Poly Researcher Reports That Volunteer Astronomers Respond Differently Than Contributors to Wikipedia, Flickr and Software.

  • A Moving Experience for Doctoral Student Turned Author

    A Moving Experience for Doctoral Student Turned Author

    The last title Dustyn Roberts expected to have in her list of credentials was “author.” The daughter of an engineer, she decided early on to follow in her father’s footsteps—long before she actually understood what engineers do. One thing she did know: she would rather write a lab report than a creative essay.

  • Using Yeast to Build  a Better Plastic

    Using Yeast to Build a Better Plastic

    Richard Gross has developed a method for producing a strong, highly ductile bioplastic using yeast and one of nature’s simplest building blocks: fatty acids of plant oils.

  • William Parrish, Jr. Receives NYU Martin Luther King, Jr. Award

    William Parrish, Jr. Receives NYU Martin Luther King, Jr. Award

    WILLIAM PARRISH JR. ’01 MOT, president and CEO of NobleStrategy, a construction management and training firm, was named the 2010 recipient of New York University’s (NYU) Martin Luther King, Jr. Faculty Award.

  • Poly-made Women  Help Strengthen PIAA

    Poly-made Women Help Strengthen PIAA

    The women of NYU-Poly have not only earned recognition in the corporations and prestigious academic institutions across this country.

  • Reading, Writing &  Robots

    Reading, Writing & Robots

    Two Brooklyn institutions announced an expanded partnership to help encourage the borough’s young people to explore careers in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).

  • Letter from the Alumni President

    Letter from the Alumni President

    Dear Fellow Alumni, As I prepare to complete my term as president this June and look forward to serving as immediate past president, I look back with admiration, respect and gratitude to all of those with whom I served. I could not have asked for a better team! I am always in awe of the experience, dedication, hard work and determination our leadership has when it comes to serving our alma mater and ensuring that our goals are achieved.

  • Go WEST, Young Women

    Go WEST, Young Women

    Inaugural Women in Engineering, Science and Technology (WEST) Symposium Held at NYU-Poly