End-of-Year Entrepreneurship Resource Party
Wednesday, December 4, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM (EST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Come to this End-of-Year Party like no other, organized by 8 clubs from across NYU, a total of 5 schools:
- Patent Pending, NYU-Poly
- Gallatin Business Club, NYU Gallatin
- Business, Economics, and Medicine, NYU Medical
- Society of Asian Scientists & Engineers, NYU-Poly
- Entrepreneurship & Innovation Association, NYU-Poly
- Entrepreneurs' Exchange Club, NYU Stern (Graduate)
- Entrepreneurial Exchange Group, NYU Stern (Undergraduate)
- College of Arts and Sciences Entrepreneurship Association, NYU CAS
There will be music, there will be food, and there will be a very special twist-- we're inviting the people who are the gateways to all the resources at NYU and the NYC community to meet you.
Check back on this page regularly to see who's coming.
End the year and celebrate the NYU and Poly merger one last time!
Confirmed Resource Gateway Guests (be sure to check back as this list is updated!)
NYU-Poly Incubator Initiatives
Micah Kotch, director
Steven Kuyan, associate director
Samir Ajmera, DUMBO manager
NYC Urban Future Lab / ACRE
Emily Wheeler, deputy director
Simon Sylvester-Chaudhuri, innovation development
NYU-Poly Office of the Provost
Prof. Kurt Becker, associate provost for research & technology
NYU Entrepreneurial Institute (Venture Fund, Summer LaunchPad, and more)
Frank Rimalovski, director
Peter Fusco, attorney and partner
Patricia Lee, Northeat and Midwest coordinator
NYU Office of Industrial Liason
Chris Snyder, Business Development Manager
Greenhouse & Greenhouse/NYUEI Prototyping Fund
Prof. Anne-Laure Fayard, NYU-Poly industry professor
NYC Media Lab
Julia Evanczuk, marketing manager
Polytechnic Alumni Association, Entreprenuership Committe
Frank Namad, chair
NYU-Poly Office of Student Affairs and Resources Center
Alicia Erwin, director
Adrian Grant, NYU Stern Alumni
NYU Berkeley Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Prof. Cynthia Franklin, senior associate director
Andrea Tider, associate director
NYU $200K Challenege Mentor
Stephen Garrow, finincaial and business dev. mentor
Brooklyn Law Incubator & Policy (BLIP) Clinic
Prof. Jonathan Askin, founder and director
More to be added soon...
Patent Pending, NYU-Poly
Patent Pending supports undergraduate research projects by networking students with faculty and providing opportunities to strengthen skills and explore interests beyond the classroom setting.
BEAM, NYU Medical
With a focus on promoting the integration of Business, Economics and Medicine, BEAM members get a chance to learn about the process of drug development and marketing, get involved in entrepreneurship opportunities related to healthcare, and learn about the administrative issues faced by hospital management.
Society of Asian Scientists & Engineers,NYU-Poly
The Entrepreneurial Exchange Group (EEG), NYU Stern
EEG is the leading resource for entrepreneurial interests at New York University. By hosting weekly meetings that feature distinguished individuals to speak of their experiences, EEG aims to provide its members opportunities to learn, network, and be inspired.
The Entrepreneurs’ Exchange Club (EEX), NYU Stern
The Entrepreneurs’ Exchange Club (EEX) is one of NYU Stern’s largest clubs. Our mission is to help students, alumni, and entrepreneurs explore the different aspects of the startup environment. EEX empowers, educates, and engages students and the NYC community on the topic of entrepreneurship. Get involved!
College of Arts and Science Entrepreneurship Association (CASEA), NYU CAS
NYU College of Arts and Science Entrepreneurship Association is a club created to empower the next generation of entrepreneurs by fostering entrepreneurial spirit among NYU students and providing connections to NYC's endless resources. No matter what you're studying or what your passion is, there are limitless opportunities you can pursue.
Gallatin Business Club, NYU Gallatin
The Gallatin Business Club GBC is dedicated to promoting an interdisciplinary approach to business, especially in entrepreneurship. We believe that the greatest innovations come from synergies between disciplines, through strong relationships between innovators, and entrepreneurial action. These beliefs constitute the three pillars of our organization: professional partnerships, community building, and competitive initiatives.
When & Where
Entrepreneurship & Innovation Association
The Entrepreneurship & Innovation Association (EIA) seeks to create an entrepreneurial ecosystem based upon NYU Poly's i2e mission. The club will provide a forum to learn the concepts of entrepreneurship, provide the benefits of self-employment, and the step-by-step path involved in launching and commercializing your own ideas.
The EIA is dedicated to helping NYU-Poly students navigate the entrepreneurial world. We want to help you find collaborators and cofounders or give you the know-how to work at a start-up.
Integration - Among students in different majors from all NYU schools, students will also interact with faculty and alumni.
Commercialization - Provide students with concepts of entrepreneurship and opportunities to work on commercializing their ideas.
Employment - Help students get internships and jobs through networking with alumni and startups.