Classroom Guest Speaker: Gary Vaynerchuk
November 29, 2012

One of the greatest aspects of studying in New York, and being a part of the Tisch Center, is the access we have to remarkable professionals and leaders. Recently, Professor Dave Hollander brought in Gary Vaynerchuk, one of the most well-known figures in social media, digital marketing, and more, to […]

Who better to understand the importance of having a mentor than Tisch Center Alumni who are currently successfully navigating careers within the Hospitality, Tourism and Sports Management industries? That’s why, for the seventh consecutive year, members of the Tisch Center Alumni Society Executive Board have organized a mentor program for […]

Stop Making Excuses
November 20, 2012

About New York City, Frank Sinatra sang, “If I can make it here, I’ll make it anywhere.” It really is true. But, it can be easy to let yourself get swept up in the hype of New York City, without actually taking any steps to make your own dreams come […]

Day 1 in Brooklyn: A New Era
November 19, 2012

On Saturday, November 3, the Brooklyn Nets defeated the Toronto Raptors in the first regular season basketball game at the new Barclays Center in Brooklyn. The opening game was actually scheduled for the previous Friday in a New York bragging rights showdown with the Knicks. However, the game was postponed as a result of […]

“Hello, My Name Is…”
November 16, 2012

When I meet people for the first time and they ask me where I’m from, I usually end up awkwardly saying, “Well, I live in Connecticut…” and trail off, knowing I haven’t fully answered the question. At last year’s Tisch Center Orientation for freshman and transfer students, I was confronted […]

An Introduction
November 13, 2012

Hello all. Thanks for visiting the new NYU Tisch Center blog. My name is Tyler Becker, a Junior in the Sports Management program. My concentration is sports media, and some of my passions include sports marketing, social media, event management, mobile technology, and startup companies. Studying in New York is […]