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  • Alumni President's Letter

    At NYU-Poly’s recent commencement ceremony, I had the honor of welcoming more than 1,100 new graduates to our global community of over 39,000 leaders, innovators, inventors and entrepreneurs throughout the United States and in 55 countries around the world.

  • Execs to Study Cyber Security in New NYU-Poly Master's Degree Track

    Execs to Study Cyber Security in New NYU-Poly Master's Degree Track

    Because defending institutional data against attack depends equally on cyber security experts as well as executives who command management and technical skills, Polytechnic Institute of New York University (NYU-Poly) is introducing a management track for cyber security. The new graduate curriculum is part of the school's award-winning master's degree program in cyber security. The first classes begin this summer.

  • Women’s Mini-Summit

    Women’s Mini-Summit

    Faculty, staff, NYU-Poly students, alumni, and girls from the Urban Assembly Institute of Math and Science for Young Women received sage advice from the panelists and student-mentors on how to identify the career you want to pursue and how to turn pitfalls into steps toward success at the first Women’s Mini-Summit held on NYU-Poly’s MetroTech campus. Jennifer Haghpanah, a doctoral candidate in materials chemistry and an Urban Assembly mentor, gave a presentation, which began with a series of short talks by female faculty and other researchers.

  •  NYU-Poly Sweeps the 27th Annual Educational Advertising Awards

    NYU-Poly Sweeps the 27th Annual Educational Advertising Awards

    This year, the Institute garnered four gold awards—one each for the newspaper advertising campaign and poster series, “What Will You Do?,” the total undergraduate recruitment package and the graduate video profiles.

  • President Jerry Hultin Honored at Youth Summit

    President Jerry Hultin Honored at Youth Summit

    At a Youth Summit held at NYU-Poly Brooklyn campus President Jerry Hultin, was awarded a commendation for his continued work inspiring teens to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).

  • NYU-Poly Leads Skyline in Scholar-Athlete Awards

    NYU-Poly Leads Skyline in Scholar-Athlete Awards

    The Skyline Conference has announced its Academic Honor Roll for its four winter sports and six spring sports and NYU-Poly ended up on top, nabbing three Scholar Athletes of the Year in Men's and Women's Basketball and Men's Tennis.

  • Soccer Team Travels to Italy During Spring Break

    Soccer Team Travels to Italy During Spring Break

    There is nothing better than Italy in the spring. Just ask NYU-Poly’s men’s soccer team who visited the cradle of art, fine cuisine and wine and, of course, amore during spring break.

  • Linking Up with Super Connector Jasmin Hume

    Linking Up with Super Connector Jasmin Hume

    The audience of 70 middle schoolers and teachers from IS 59 and JHS 189 in Queens, New York, listened as Jasmin Hume shared a little-known fact about her background: she had been a cheerleader during her undergraduate years at McGill University in Montreal, Canada.

  • Lynford Lecture: Setting the Stage for Great Thinkers

    Lynford Lecture: Setting the Stage for Great Thinkers

    A decade ago Daniel Kahneman received the Nobel Prize in economics, despite never having taken a single course on the subject. Could anyone have looked into a crystal ball and predicted such a future for someone so enamored of psychology, the discipline in which Kahneman trained?

  • NSF Fellowship to Fraida Fund

    NSF Fellowship to Fraida Fund

    Fraida Fund, a Promise Fund scholar, is going straight into an NYU-Poly PhD program, thanks in part to a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.