What an amazing transformation from Poly of 86! Clearly that utopian dream of Metrotech was a great success, and it's gone beyond fantastic!
James Colotti was recently elected to chair the Circuits and Systems Society of the IEEE Long Island section.
The differential between "BPI" and NYU-Poly is immense. It's amazing what "Poly" has become. You need to visit Jay Street to appreciate what the razor blade factory has become.
Ronald I. Garber
Poly was much different then it was when I visited it, 25 years after graduation, but the message is still the same: "Engineering is a very necessary and rewarding profession."
'67MA '71MA '74MA
William Hery, PhD
My education at Poly was not only about my major, but much more broadly about how to learn new things and solve problems in new areas. This was critical in a career that evolved through many diverse realms.
Keep busy and try new things. It retards aging.
Michael J. Leib
Congrats to all graduates!
If you like to tinker, then you will have fun with electrical engineering!
Never give up, dreams come true, and Poly and living in NYC was the best part of my life!
Wear your NYU attitude on your sleeves, work and stay connected toward making the alumni chapter a success!! Cheers!
One of the most rewarding things I have done since graduating from Poly, is become actively involved with the alumni association. Almost every day I encounter a situation in life, or at work, that Poly somehow prepared me for, and I am privileged to give my time, effort, and support to my alma mater.
Amazing to be part of a close-knit community. Take more summer internships!