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  • Top Down Teaching

    When it comes to organic chemistry, Professor Mark M. Green refuses to go by the book Mark M. Green, a Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at the Polytechnic Institute of New York University, is fond of a quote by Charles Kettering, who invented the first electric starter for automobiles: “The world hates change, yet it is the only thing that has brought progress. “ Green has experienced the truth of that statement about a new top down approach he has created to teaching organic chemistry.

  • Letter from President Katepalli Sreenivasan

    Letter from President Katepalli Sreenivasan

    I was appointed President of NYU-Poly very recently and want to take advantage of this opportunity to pass on a few thoughts.

  • Letter from the Past President Jerry M. Hultin

    Letter from the Past President Jerry M. Hultin

  • PIAA Elects Gerald Dawes as Incoming President

    PIAA Elects Gerald Dawes as Incoming President

  • Teaching the Teachers

    Teaching the Teachers

    NYU-Poly is joining in a consortium with the City University of New York and Columbia University to establish a regional node for the National Science Foundation’s groundbreaking Innovation Corps (I-Corps) program, which prepares academic researchers to become entrepreneurs and speeds the commercialization of their research.

  • Face Time with a Renowned Interface Expert

    Face Time with a Renowned Interface Expert

    Avi Ullman, the director of NYU-Poly’s Institute for Engineered Interfaces, talks about his newly renovated space, the medical applications of his work and more

  • Meet the Future

    NYU-Poly's Faculty Discuss the Past Year and What's to Come in Engineering.

  • A Gala and a Promise

    A Gala and a Promise

    In the 1970s, the late Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis was instrumental in saving Grand Central Terminal--one of New York City's most iconic buildings--and during the subsequent restoration efforts she envisioned Vanderbilt Hall as a grand event space.

  • With Flying Colors

  • Brooklyn Will Soon Have a “MAGNET” to Draw Gaming Scholars

    Brooklyn Will Soon Have a “MAGNET” to Draw Gaming Scholars

    NYU and NYU-Poly faculty are joining forces for the new Media and Games Network