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Balanced Attack

BROOKLYN, NY -  With just over eight minutes to play in the game, the NYU-Poly women's basketball team watched as St. Joseph's (LI) took it's first lead of the game since taking a very early 2-0...

Mottola's 31 Points Not Enough; Jays Fall to St. Josephs

PATCHOGUE, NY -  Senior Anthony Mottola (Brooklyn, NY) pumped in a game-high 31 points, but it wasn't enough as St. Joseph's (LI) outpaced NYU-Poly 92-76 in Tuesday night's Skyline Conference...

Larsen named Rookie of the Week

CLIFTON PARK, NY -  Polytechnic Institute of NYU freshman guard Tabitha Larsen (Ramsey, NJ)  averaged 13.5 points, 4.5 assists and 3.5 steals in a 1-1 week for the Fighting Blue Jays....

‘The Work of Innovation’ Launches Investigatio Scholar-in-Residence Series

“We learn how to do things within the context of the community we’re already in,” Dr. Beth Bechky told her audience of around 80 attendees at Pfizer Auditorium recently. An...

Lady Jays Rebound; Down Philadelphia Bible 62-45

BROOKLYN, NY -  The NYU-Poly women's basketball team held Philadelphia Bible College to just 19% shooting in the first half, leading to a 30-18 halftime lead and an eventual 62-45 non-conference...

NYU Hands NYU-Poly First Loss

NEW YORK, NY -  For the second straight year, the NYU women's basketball team handed NYU-Poly a pre-Thanksgiving day loss, this time by a convincing  95-51 at the Coles Center.  The...

Mottola Reaches 1,000 Point Milestone

BROOKLYN, NY -  It took senior Anthony Mottola (Brooklyn, NY) just under four minutes to score his five points he needed to reach the 1,000 point plateau, but that would be the lone highlight of...

Women's Basketball Off to 2-0 Start

NEW YORK. NY-  The NYU-Poly women's basketball team is off to a 2-0 start after a convincing 73-47 victory over Yeshiva University Sunday afternoon. The Skyline Conference contest was NYU-Poly's...

Associate Professor Erkip Recognized as Finalist in Academy of Science’s Blavatnik Awards

The New York Academy of Sciences recognized Dr. Elza Erkip, Polytechnic Institute of NYU associate professor of electrical and computer engineering, at its annual “Science and the City Gala” held...

Concrete Findings: Sensing Molecules Could Improve Infrastructure Health

America’s aging roads, bridges, and transit systems are deteriorating. The American Society of Civil Engineers gave our infrastructure a “D” grade point average in a 2009 Report Card, and estimates...