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Poly is where friendships are born and grow into lifelong bonds that stay connected to the school and one another.
The career paths of our alumni are as diverse as the Poly community itself, leaders and innovators employing the lessons learned in art, science, technology, and community service with their classmates to unimaginable heights in the real world. And we’re proud to be part of their story.
The strength of our alumni community is its shared passion and loyalty to Poly. This appetite is what our Alumni Team strives to fuel with rewarding events and service opportunities that not only create new connections but also inspire continued support for Poly’s mission.
Saturday, April 30, 2022
Watch videos of Alumni Association Annual Meeting and Awards Ceremony and Feldy Memorial event.
Alumni Gathering at Slate NY
Tuesday, June 7, 2022
Have you seen the latest edition of the Polycam, our alumni and friends e-newsletter?
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We welcome you to get involved in our exciting alumni program and help expand engagement and service opportunities for Poly alumni around the globe. Plus, enjoy access to a wealth of programs and services, including a number of signature, on-campus events throughout the year.Find out more
We encourage your continued involvement to ensure the Poly alumni community remains robust, vibrant, and supportive. If you would like to be involved, have ideas and suggestions on future programming or feedback on current offerings, the Alumni team would love to hear from you.Learn More
Qadir Forbes ’11
“I love the Poly community and have been in service to Poly since my days as a student.”
Jeanine Smartt Liburd ’88, P’21, ‘24
“I honed my ability to craft my ideas and utilize language to be persuasive and share my perspective.”
Max Rose ’04
Alum Max Rose ’04 was elected to represent NY District 11 in the U.S. House of Representatives in 2018.
Eugenia Xiao ’14
Multi-talented Eugenia Xiao ‘14 earned a BA from Cornell and then a MS in Nursing from Columbia University School of Nursing.
Sonja Lindberg ’16
“I worked more and harder than I ever had in English classes. After a few weeks, I came to love it.
Rowan McAllister ’15
“Art was always my favorite class, but I’ve found I use my math and engineering skills almost as much…to really connect all the dots of my education.”
Wendy Haft ’84
Wendy has coached every sport from basketball to tennis, but focused on softball. In 2015, she returned to Poly to present the Yale Cup at our end-of-year Athletics Awards Ceremony.
Dr. Morton Levitt ’64
A 2019 recipient of Poly’s Distinguished Achievement Award was Dr. Morton Levitt ‘64, professor of pathology at the Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine, Florida Atlantic University.
Fiona Greig ’97
“Athletics gave me a natural home.”
Gigi Georges ’84
Gigi Georges ‘84, a recipient of Poly’s Distinguished Achievement Award, has had an extensive career in politics, public service, and academia.
Dr. Neil Schluger ’77
“…I developed a love of learning, even for its own sake, and Paul Raso was one of the teachers who helped to instill that in me.”
Emily Giurleo ’13
“I certainly wouldn’t be a software engineer if Ms. Turkenkopf and Ms. Licata hadn’t encouraged my love of math and science.”
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