NYU-Poly in the Media

Greening executives: A new program teaches managers about the business of clean tech

While the unemployment rate in the U.S. climbed to more than 10 percent in December, the job market could be gaining strength for green leaders. Already companies such as Wal-Mart, Coca-Cola Co. and FedEx Corp. have reportedly carved out executive positions for so-called sustainability officers....

NYU Offers a Crash Course in Sustainability for Business Executives

Want to make sure you're the best candidate for that high-level executive job? You might want to bone up on your sustainability skills with a little help from the NYU Polytechnic Institute's CleantechExecs program, a 10-session course that teaches budding executives how to navigate New York City's...

Creative Winners in Hardware Trojan Contest

In November, engineering students from five top universities gathered at the Polytechnic Institute of NYU, in Brooklyn, N.Y., for the Embedded Systems Challenge. The aim was to test new attacks and defenses against an underappreciated breed of Trojan horse — embedded malware built into integrated...

First Round Capital Takes A Tour Of NYC’s Start-Up Scene

The investing team at First Round Capital trekked through New York City today on a start-up scavenger hunt.As the West Conshohocken, Pa.-based early-stage firm prepares to open an office in the Big Apple, the investors thought it would be a good idea to go knocking on the doors of the city’s...

Update: Classes to Launch Experienced Executives into New York's Clean-Tech Economy

Polytechnic Institute of New York University (NYU-Poly) is about to jump-start New York's clean-tech leadership base via a unique executive management course. Unlike many boot camps that provide anecdotal lessons from green-tech panelists, the NYU-Poly CleantechExecs program will offer 10 intensive...

What He's Reading: Jerry Hultin

Jerry Hultin, president of the Polytechnic Institute of New York University, is plowing through William Hogeland's The Whiskey Rebellion: George Washington, Alexander Hamilton, and the Frontier Rebels who Challenged America's Newfound Sovereignty. ... Read the full article at Crain's New York...

NYU-Poly, NYU Scientists Working to Develop Early Diagnostic Tool for Alzheimers

Alzheimer’s is the most common cause of dementia among older people, affecting as many as 2.4 million to 4.5 million Americans, according to the National Institute on Aging. Now, under a two-year $80,000 New Investigator Research Grant from the Alzheimer’s Association, Jin Ryoun Kim, assistant...

NYU-Poly's NYC ACRE to host 'CleantechExecs' curriculum

The New York City Accelerator for Clean and Renewable Energy (NYC ACRE), a NYSERDA-sponsored clean-energy incubator operated by our supporting member NYU-Poly, will host 10-intensive, day-long sessions and seminars for experienced startup executives entering the cleantech sectors. NYSERDA will fund...

Wanted: ‘Cyber Ninjas’

...as attacks on vital computer systems proliferate, surveys show a serious shortage of talent to combat them. Banks, military contractors and software companies, along with federal agencies, are looking for “cyber ninjas” to fend off a sophisticated array of hackers, from criminals stealing credit...

Educate-to-innovate is the new catch phrase

The system of engineering education in the United States is going through a “paradigm shift”, says Jerry M Hultin, president, Polytechnic Institute of New York University (NYU-Poly). He explains what this means and what benefits this brings to Indian students. What is the scope of studying...