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Sustainable design leads to another 1st place concrete canoe win

Polytechnic Institute of NYU’s student chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) took first place in the Metropolitan Regional Concrete Canoe Competition for the second year in...

2009 Outstanding Graduate finalists announced

The Polytechnic Institute of NYU alumni association has announced the finalists for the 2009 Outstanding Graduate Award: Jose Garcia, Eran Geva, Lamia Iftekhar, and Tamara Khaimchayev (see finalists...

Inno/Vention: students create 'the next big thing'

“I will turn blueprints into bridges,” reads one of the advertisements from Polytechnic Institute of NYU’s award-winning “I will” campaign. Civil engineering major Benjamin Kanner (class of 2011),...

Recognizing our Gates Millennium Scholars

Polytechnic Institute of NYU is proud to recognize its Millennium Gates Scholars for the 2008 – 2009 academic year: Jean Daniel Dorvilien, Bio-molecular Science, Junior, BS candidate Juanita Tameka...

Life-saving NYU-Poly research presented at FDNY symposium

Chief officers from the Fire Department of New York presented potentially life-saving research results at a March 19 – 20 symposium based on a study Polytechnic Institute of NYU mechanical engineers...

Now Accepting: NYU-Poly announces fall launch of MS in cyber-security

Polytechnic Institute of NYU’s announcement this week that it is accepting fall applicants for its new master’s in cyber-security program comes just weeks after the Pentagon revealed it had spent $...

Professor Ross publishes 5th edition of his classic textbook on computer networking

The 5th edition of Professor Ross’s textbook, Computer Networking: A Top-Down Approach, was published in April 2009 by Addison Wesley. The book continues to be the most popular textbook on computer...

LISTEN: Professor Wener talks to WHYY about SEPTA's QuietRide

Polytechnic Institute of NYU’s Richard Wener, a professor of environmental psychology, appeared on Philadelphia’s WHYY FM on Monday, April 6 to comment on how noise affects commuters. He has studied...

NYU-Poly inducts 2009 Chevalier Society donors

Almost one hundred years ago, Colonel Willard T. Chevalier graduated from what was then Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn with a degree in civil engineering. Mr. Chevalier would go on to help build...

Kitchen Chemistry: Girl Scouts explore food science with NYU-Poly's American Chemical Society

  Members of the Girls Scout Council of Greater New York get some hands-on exposure to the chemistry of bread-making. Polytechnic Institute of NYU’s American Chemical Society (PACS)...