Stern Insider
The Stern Insider is a monthly update on alumni news, career opportunities, timely faculty research and expert opinion, campus news, recent events and more.

Alumni in the News

Cynthia Villar

Cynthia Villar (MBA '72), Senator of the Republic of the Philippines, won the Gusi Peace Prize for Social Impact.

Joseph Sitt

Thor Equities CEO Joseph Sitt (BS '86) and designer Diane Von Fürstenberg are leading a restoration project for the Jewish Museum and 3 synagogues in Venice, Italy.

Jill Anderson

Alan Tisch (MBA '13) has co-founded a visually focused mobile commerce app offering a range of high- and low-end fashion.


Faculty News & Research

Geeta Menon
Economic Times

Undergraduate College Dean Geeta Menon is named to the Economic Times's list of the Top 20 Global Indian Women in business and the arts.

Peter Henry
Fox Business

Dean Peter Henry is interviewed on the economic challenges faced by the European Union and ECB President Mario Draghi.

Nouriel Roubini
Fox Business

In an op-ed, Professor Nouriel Roubini predicts major economic impacts from rapidly advancing technology.


Happening On Campus


NYU Stern Alumni gathered at the New York Historical Society for a holiday celebration. See photos.  

Frank Blake

Home Depot CEO Frank Blake spoke at Stern in December as part of the Langone Speaker Series.

Volatility Institute Shanghai

The Volatility Institute at NYU Shanghai, an extension of NYU Stern's Volatility Institute under the direction of Nobel Laureate Professor Robert Engle, has launched.


Career Corner

Recent job postings open to Stern alumni:

  • Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu LTD, Global Strategy Manager, New York, NY, Job ID 41847
  • Symplicity Corporation, Senior Account Executive, Arlington, VA, Job ID 45109
  • USAID, Senior Power Sector Advisor, Abuja, Nigeria, Job ID 45117
  • Civis Analytics, Vice President, Operations, Chicago, IL, Job ID 45084

View more job listings from the Career Center for Working Professionals and apply via your Career Account.


Remember When:

Jay Oliva

As part of the NYU Oral History Project, late NYU President Jay Oliva is commemorated in a video about his 42 years at the University and the former Heights campus in the Bronx. Watch the video.


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