NYU Alumni Club Events
- NYU Alumni Club in Singapore Meet the Mentor May 2020
- NYU Alumni Club in Israel: Corona Creativity: Pandemic and Post-pandemic Entrepreneurship
- NYU Alumni Club in Japan: Real Estate Investment for Entrepreneurs
- NYU Alumni in Indonesia Community Education Call on Sustainability
- NYU Alumni Club in the Netherlands: The Mobile Life: Master the Challenge of Moving Somewhere New
- NYU Alumni Club in Hong Kong: Artificial Intelligence Talk
- NYU Alumni Club in Mexico: Covid-19 and the Credit Cycle with Professor Ed Altman
- Lessons From a Former Army Nurse: The Impact of PTSD on Healthcare Workers From Vietnam to COVID-19
- The Lives of Everyone: Photographs from the Standard Oil (New Jersey) Collection curated by Lindsay Harris (IFA ’10), in conversation with Liana Miuccio
- NYU Alumni Community in Indonesia: Alumni Panel on “why you should go to NYU”
- NYU Alumni Club in Hong Kong: Education as a Business Opportunity
- NYU Alumni Community in Indonesia Mentorship Event: Building Resilience in Your Career and Businesses During the Pandemic
- NYU Alumni Club of India: Private Equity in the Midst of the COVID Crisis
- NYU Alumni Community in Indonesia: Investing and Growing a Tech Start-up Company from the Legal Side
- Career Conversations: Diversity & Inclusion in Technology
- The Transformation of Saudi Arabia: From Oil to Tourism and Technology
- NYU Alumni Club in Hong Kong: Conversation with Alex Woo (TSOA '03) My Journey from Film School to Film Maker
The NYU SG Alumni Mentorship Program aims to build a network and create professional opportunities for NYU alumni in Singapore. We hope to support each and continue post-NYU conversations among alumni.
We’re delighted to introduce our first batch of mentors this year! Come and join us for a chat with them on how to navigate the business and professional challenges of the pandemic.
The notions of entrepreneurship and innovation have been the ‘flavor of the month’ for quite some time now: creating new solutions to problems, promoting systemic chance and thinking (and doing) out of the box are the zeitgeist for at least a decade in many fields, industries and walks of life. As if to validate (and push to the extreme) the famous saying that ‘the only constant is of change’ and its accelerating pace – came the virus and shook our realities dramatically.
Presented by the NYU Alumni Club in Japan, this session “Real Estate Investment for Entrepreneurs” featured Stern Professor Harry G. Chernoff and was moderated by law alumna Ren Ito. The session highlighted the strategic objectives for entrepreneurial investors. Getting started, locating good deals, and finding money sources were emphasized.
Hear a panel discussion on sustainability featuring Dharsono Hartono, President Director Of PT. Rimba Makmur Utama, and Tensie Whelan, Clinical Professor of Business and Society, Director, Center for Sustainable Business.
Many NYU Alumni have graduated with plans for an international career but are now having to make key decisions regarding work or education at a time when the future of the international world is uncertain. The NYU Alumni Club in the Netherlands invites alumni worldwide to join them for a conversation with Anne Parker, author of book The Mobile Life: A New Approach to Moving Anywhere*. Anne Parker will be joined by alumni: Edwin Raagas (STEINHARDT ’18), Associate Director | NYU SPS Wasserman Center for Career Development and Tim Zhang (STEINHARDT ’18), Founder | Overseasy.nl.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is already here and will become even more present in our daily lives. From work, to personal life, the implications of introducing AI will have a wide array of ramifications. Join Kevin Pereira, from Blu Artificial Intelligence, for an introduction to AI and a discussion on its applications. We will look at use cases from Finance to the Arts and also consider the wider effects on jobs and careers, including how we (as humans) can develop skills to do the jobs of tomorrow that will have AI and human beings working together.
The NYU Alumni Club in Mexico hosted an evening with Professor Ed Altman, the Max L. Heine Professor Emeritus of Finance to learn how Covid-19 has impacted the credit cycle. Dr. Altman has an international reputation as an expert on corporate bankruptcy, high yield bonds, distressed debt, and credit analysis. The event was moderated by Pedro David Martinez, founder & managing director, Regius Capital and alumni volunteer based in Monterrey, Mexico.
Prof. Beth Norman (STEINHARDT '76, '86) interviews Joan Furey (MEYERS '76) about her experiences as an Army Nurse on the battlefields of Vietnam, and how she worked with the Department of Veteran Affairs to improve VA services to Vietnam Veterans with PTSD and health care services to women veterans. Learn how our knowledge of PTSD on healthcare workers serving in combat situations can inform the way we treat trauma in healthcare workers who serve in the battle against COVID-19.
Between 1943 and 1956, Standard Oil (New Jersey) commissioned renowned American documentary photographers to show the benefits of oil in the lives of the public and to bring together diverse communities in the oil industry.
Hear from your NYU alumni in Indonesia on their NYU experiences and why your should go to NYU.
Learn more about the private school market in the Mainland China and in Hong Kong including the demand drivers, operations, employment opportunities, investment considerations and opportunities, and market growth potential.
Hearing from the panelists on building resilience in your career and businesses during the pandemic.
A conversation with Raj Dugar. Raj joined Eight Roads Ventures in 2007 and has nearly twenty years of private equity leadership experience from investing in the Indian and Southeast Asian markets, with experience of investing across multiple stages and industries. Raj’s previous experience includes tenure at The Carlyle Group’s Asia Buyout fund and as a technology investment banker at Goldman Sachs, based in HK.
Join your fellow alumni in Indonesia and from around the world to hear an alumni panel on "Investing and Growing a Tech Start-up Company from the Legal Side." Panelists:
- Denise Lioe, Head of Legal at East Ventures/ Former Head of Legal at Gopay, NYU LLM 2016
- Florence Gracia Santoso, Director of Legal at Alpha JWC Ventures, NYU LLM 2017
- Nathaniel Mangunsong, Managing Partner at Adrem Law Firm/ Former General Counsel at Gojek and Ruangguru NYU LLM 2018
- Moderated by: Hana Monica Hutabarat, Senior Legal Manager at Ruangguru, NYU LLM 2016
Join the NYU Alumni Club in San Francisco to hear from a dynamic panel of alumni working at Amazon, Google, Square and the Kapor Center about their personal journeys and the importance of representation.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabi (KSA) has embarked on an ambitious agenda to diversify the country’s reliance on oil through investments (in partnership with international players) in tourism, entertainment, import substitution industries, etc. The transformation program is underpinned by the so-called “Giga projects” (eg Red Sea, Amaala, NEOM, Qiddiya, etc.) but entails hundreds of other initiatives requiring substantial investment over the next 5-10 years.
The speaker will start by giving an overview of his creative and professional journey, showing an episode from the Netflix show "Go! Go! Cory Carson”, giving a brief behind the scenes making of presentation, and then opening it up to questions.