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  • Inside the Cite Game Innovation Lab Construction

    Inside the Cite Game Innovation Lab Construction

    Within days of completing the first renovation project of a 10-year plan to transform its Brooklyn campus, Polytechnic Institute of NYU started its next.

  • NYU-Poly Welcomes New Students

    NYU-Poly Welcomes New Students

    The Polytechnic Institute of NYU community, including President Jerry Hultin, Provost Dianne Rekow, author John Seabrook, faculty, staff and special guest Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz, welcomed the Class of 2014 and new graduate students to an academic experience that will prepare them for unprecedented changes in technology and society. President Hultin described the upcoming era as “some of the most exciting and challenging years on earth.”

  • Free 4G and a Freed-Up Parking Spot in NYC

    Free 4G and a Freed-Up Parking Spot in NYC

    On the same day that a commercial carrier officially turned on its 4G mobile network in New York City, the country’s top wireless researchers were pushing the boundaries for the 4G future: technology that displayed open parking spots in the notoriously congested Brooklyn neighborhood adjoining NYU-Poly.

  • NYU-Poly's Website

    NYU-Poly's Website

    NYU-Poly’s web site was listed among the eight of the best in college homepage designs by www.davemulder.com, a design blog written by Dave Mulder, a design lead and planner in higher education. Mulder cites the web’s “aesthetically pleasing speaking navigation and recent minor tweaks” as the factors that moved our site into the realm of the “nation’s best.” Kudos to the web team! 

  • Career Fair: Employer Participation Strong and Student Confidence High

    Career Fair: Employer Participation Strong and Student Confidence High

    Over 750 students–dressed in business attire and with résumés in hand–made the rounds meeting company representatives at the 2010 Fall Career Fair on October 6. It was the culmination of serious preparation that included attending Career Management Center workshops and résumé critique sessions. With unemployment remaining at near double digits, students such as Kwadso Sarpong-Faried remained hopeful that his electrical engineering degree would help him land a job.

  • Alums Hit One Out of  the Park at Homecoming

    Alums Hit One Out of the Park at Homecoming

    The NYU-Poly Department of Athletics hosted its annual Alumni Varsity Baseball Game in October during Homecoming Weekend. The event was a huge success as over a dozen former players returned to campus for the game. It was a beautiful day and a great game, which ended with the varsity squad (in the black shirts) winning 16-7.

  • New Study Lounge Opens In Dibner

    New Study Lounge Opens In Dibner

    Dibner Library now has its very own snack lounge where students can go to recharge, have a bite to eat and chat with friends. Provost Dianne Rekow and Library Director Jana Richman officially opened the lounge at a ribbon-cutting ceremony in October. Faculty, staff and students enjoyed a selection of cheeses and crudite and signed up for the raffle to win a laptop security lock.

  • NYU-Poly’s High-Tech Incubator’s First Grads

    NYU-Poly’s High-Tech Incubator’s First Grads

    The incubator is creating not only new technologies, software and products, but also much-needed jobs for New York City–more than 200 so far. NYU-Poly faculty provide technical support as consultants to many of the startups.

  • Young Alumni Leaders Making A Difference

    Chris Clinton ’09ME and Eric Levenstein ’06 CompE ’08TN, both recent graduates, are the first members to join Polytechnic’s newest alumni membership group – the Young Alumni Leadership Council (YALC).  As students, both Chris and Eric developed a keen spirit and admiration for their alma mater. Chris led his fellow classmates as the Student Council President during his senior year and shares his knowledge and dedication as president and secretary for the Polytechnic Institute Alumni Association.  Eric, a two-time Polytechnic alum, recently received his third degree from NYU-Poly – a Master of Business Administration. 

  • Project 2010 - i²e Campus Transformation

    Project 2010 - i²e Campus Transformation

    Polytechnic Institute of NYU celebrated the grand opening of Project 2010, a vibrant renovation of the campus’ main corridor in Rogers Hall and its cafeteria, at a town hall and ribbon-cutting ceremony on September 27. It is the first of many significant construction projects planned for the next 10 years called “i2e Campus Transformation” for their promotion of the school’s invention, innovation and entrepreneurship (i2e) philosophy.