“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 […]

Nineteenth Annual Stephen W. Brener Lecture
November 15, 2012

The Tisch Center holds several exclusive annual lecture series and events. These lectures are designed to provide meaningful contributions to our disciplines, allow our students to meet industry and sector leaders, and prepare our students to be future leaders. On October 4,  the Tisch Center held the first event of […]

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 […]

Truly Living the Industry
November 7, 2012

It’s so interesting to be in class on a weekly basis and learn what it is like to be in the hospitality industry. I have had so many times where I would experience something during the day at work and then learn about it at night in class. This is […]

Faculty as Thought Leaders
November 6, 2012

Tisch Center faculty are recognized leaders in hospitality, tourism and sports; their expertise ranges from collective bargaining, organizational behavior and media to revenue management, development and sustainable tourism. Over the past year they have been contacted by the media for their expertise – since January they have been cited over […]

November 5, 2012

Welcome to our new blog new students (and current friends). For those of you who are new to our program, consider this post to be like the dean-from-the-trenches welcome to NYU! You’ve already made it past the first six weeks of college – no small feat. And if you’ve stayed […]