News

The Making of a Championship Team

Polytechnic Institute of New York University has advanced its athletics program in the last few years. There is a new gym, for example, and varsity teams have been added. But what the women’s...

We've Defined It. You Design It.: i²e Poster Winner Announced

Polytechnic Institute of NYU has crowned Yangzi Tan (Chemical and Biological Engineering, BS 2013) the winner in its second annual i2e poster design contest. Michael Hutmaker, dean of the Division...

Jays Defeat Pratt Institute in Exhibition Contest

Brooklyn, NY -   In a contest of two teams with one of the longest running series in NCAA Division 3 history, it really was no contest as the NYU-Poly men's basketball team cruised to a 71-...

Forecasting Tomorrow: Teams of IT and Business Students Vie Over a Company's Future

The savviest business leader can predict which way the wind will blow in any given industry. It’s what prompted Nokia to switch from paper products to cell phones, and it’s what teams of...

Astronaut, Entrepreneur, and Role Model Dr. Chang-Díaz to Speak Dec. 2

If you’re interested in a great American success story — or in plasma physics — the place to be on December 2, from noon to 1:30, is the Pfizer Auditorium. There you’ll have the opportunity to hear...

NYU-Poly and the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce Sign Memorandum of Understanding

Polytechnic Institute of NYU and the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) signed a Memorandum of Understanding today in Washington, DC committing the organizations to a...

Bruns Leads NYU-Poly to Win Over Yeshiva

Brooklyn, NY - Freshmen Shelby Bruns pumped in a game-high 16 points Sunday afternoon in NYU-Poly's Skyline Conference opener and Margaux Pickell added 15 as the Jays cruised to a 73-36 win over the...

One Lucky Day: Cyber Sleuths Shine at CSAW's Friday, November 13, Awards Day

Superstitions were no match for Polytechnic Institute of NYU’s Awards Day on Friday, November 13, when undergraduate, graduate, and high school students from across the country claimed top spots in...

Mountain Climbing and Problem Solving: For Lynford Lecturer Frances Allen, They're Not That Different

Climbing Mexico’s 17,802 foot Popocatepetl (better known simply as “Popo”) could seem to most a more appealing option than splitting the bill between 12 people and figuring out tip, but computer...

Women's Volleyball Sweeps Skyline Honors

Clifton Park, NY -  The NYU-Poly women's volleyball team was honored for it's outstanding, undefeated season in the Skyline Conference by sweeping the big awards and picking up two First-Team...