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Poly Helps Vanguard Program Expand the Pool of Underrepresented Minority Engineering Students

While the number of jobs requiring science and engineering training continues to grow, the number of students in the United States studying for these jobs is in decline. To help ensure our nation...

PolyThinking Celebrated as Faculty Honored for Patent Licenses

The ingenuity that has been synonymous with Polytechnic and the Power of PolyThinking was honored at a campus-wide rewards celebration honoring 14 faculty members whose patents were licensed for over...

Poly Trustee Joins Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities

Polytechnic University Board of Trustee member, Deborah Dvedjian, was elected to the Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities (cIcu) Council of Governing Boards’ Board of Directors...

Research at Poly leads to NYC Policy for Better Buildings

Due to the results of a Polytechnic University study, New York City will be selecting professional contractors based on superior qualifications and experience, resulting in higher quality public...

Poly Professor Endows Dorm Room in Othmer Residence Hall

President Jerry M. Hultin joined the celebration as Henry Bertoni ’62 EE ’68 EL, former chair of the Department of Electrical Engineering, and his wife, Helene Ebenstein, dedicated a...

Poly Librarian Speaks Out Against EPA Library Closures

As any good librarian knows, quick and easy access to information is crucial for scientists and researchers to be able to conduct their work effectively. So when Poly librarian, Ingrid Redman, heard...

Poly Alum takes Presidency at Marine Technology Society

Bruce C. Gilman, P.E., took over the presidency of the Marine Technology Society (MTS) on January 1, 2007, for a two-year term after serving as president-elect for the past two years. The Marine...

Poly Alum Featured in Graduating Engineer for Bridging the Gap between

  Inna Rozel, a Poly alum with a master’s degree in management of technology in financial services, is part of the new generation of trained financial technology specialists. Her...

Poly Professor Collaborates on Post-Hurricane Water Decontamination

The devastation wreaked by Hurricane Katrina on New Orleans posed massive public health problems not the least of which was treating contaminated flood water before it came in contact with humans or...

Swarm of Young Engineers Gather at Poly for Robotics Competition Kickoff

Polytechnic’s Center for Youth in Engineering and Science (YES Center) was proud to host the local kickoff event for the 2007 FIRST Robotics Competition on January 6, 2007. Over 230 excited...