NYU Stern Undergraduate College News

February 2, 2015
A.J. Tus
 
A native of Ivyland, Pennsylvania, A.J. Tus (B.S. ’14) made the most of living and learning in New York City as a student at the NYU Stern Undergraduate College.
 
January 9, 2015
artwork of Dean Menon
Dean Geeta Menon was named to Economic Times's top 20 list of Global Indian Women, see the full article here.
January 5, 2015
Emily Tung
Many students attend college hoping to enjoy a well-rounded experience that leads to fulfillment intellectually, socially, and professionally.
December 10, 2014
Students in discussion
Students at the NYU Stern Undergraduate College often come to campus with impressive plans for the future, or use their Stern experience to realize their goals. Erik Kimel (BS ’08) was no exception -- he had already laid the groundwork for his own businesses when he arrived at Stern.
December 1, 2014
Laura Chen
Students at the NYU Stern Undergraduate College are immersed in an experience that teaches them about the positive impact they can have on the world around them.
November 8, 2014
parent smiling during presentation
The NYU Stern Undergraduate College welcomed Stern parents to campus for Parents Day! Speakers included Dean Geeta Menon, a Stern professor, and info sessions with staff. Parents mingled with current students to get an inside look at what their Stern student has been up to over the past few months.
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November 7, 2014
Students in Washington Square Park
Last fall, New York University undergraduates Samir Goel (Stern ’16) and Hannah Dehradunwala (Gallatin ’16) found themselves in the middle of a dark and rainy Washington Square Park where they practiced pitching theirSocial Impact Business Challenge (SIBC) idea, Transfernation, to an audience o
November 1, 2014
Cesar Miranda

When Cesar Miranda (BPE ’15) first arrived at the NYU Stern Undergraduate College, he wanted as many international academic experiences as possible.
 
October 14, 2014
Group of returning Stern alumni posing during event
Social Impact coursework and co-curricular programming gives students at the NYU Stern Undergraduate College a wide range of opportunities to think critically about how business can impact society.
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