NYU Stern Undergraduate College News
Undergraduate Prospective StudentsFebruary 7, 2017Sony Entertainment Television Asia featured Dean Geeta Menon on Keys to Kismat, a series hosted by Nisha Mathur.
Check out the episode below to hear Dean Menon talk about growing up in India and advice she has to those going through the college admissions process.
Undergraduate Prospective StudentsJanuary 23, 2017Darol Cueba-Jones (BS ‘17)
Concentrations: Marketing and Management
Minor: Food Studies
Hometown: Stamford, Connecticut
Undergraduate Prospective StudentsJanuary 9, 2017Check out the Washington Square News feature on Shobhit Jain, a senior in the
Undergraduate Prospective StudentsDecember 8, 2016SternTalks is a new Undergraduate College series that invites NYU Stern alumni to give 20-minute "TED-style" presentations over various industries.
Undergraduate Prospective StudentsNovember 18, 2016Pedro Tenreiro (BS ’18)
Concentrations: Finance and Sustainable Business
Minor: Social and Public Policy
Hometown: Caracas, Venezuela
Undergraduate Prospective StudentsNovember 4, 2016In February 2016, the NYU Stern Undergraduate College launched a new advisory track in Luxury Marketing to address students’ continued interest in the business of luxury a
Undergraduate Prospective StudentsOctober 27, 2016
Ziqi Yao (BS ’17)
Concentrations: Finance and Marketing, Minor: Psychology
Hometown: Storrs, Connecticut
Undergraduate Prospective StudentsSeptember 16, 2016Undergraduate students took part in the 6th annual Block Party held on September 15 on Gould Plaza.
Block Party is a carnival-style event that celebrates the start of the new academic year.
Undergraduate Prospective StudentsSeptember 2, 2016The Stern Weekly is a modern, mobile-friendly, one-column email newsletter that shares a list of events, announcements, deadlines, and opportunities taking place at Stern every week!
Undergraduate Prospective StudentsSeptember 2, 2016The Class of 2020 has arrived!
Students participated in a series of orientation events and bonded with their cohorts where they heard about academic, global, social, and professional opportunities.