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A Conversation With: David Lee, Founder of SV Angel
Monday, April 23, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (EDT)
New York, NY
Co-founder of the legendary Silicon Valley venture capital fund SV Angel, and NYU Law alumnus ('99) David Lee is coming to NYU to share his perspective of the entrpreneurial landscape and where it's headed. Between him and his partner, Ron Conway, they have spotted opportunity and were early investors of: Google, Foursquare, Twitter, Pinterest, Fab.com, Square, Airbnb, Eventbrite, and dozens more.
David Lee will be interviewed by Adam Penenberg, Professor of Journalism at the Arther L. Carter Journalism Institute at NYU, and Founding Advisor to Tech@NYU. His work has appeared in The New York Times, Forbes, Wired, [Inside], Playboy and Mother Jones. Penenberg garnered national attention for unmasking fabricator Stephen Glass of The New Republic, and was portrayed in the film Shattered Glass. He now contributes to Fast Company.
Mission: Tech@NYU is fostering a culture for students to build companies together.
Method: To get there, we need students continually building anything together. Why? It takes a lot of junk, a bag of bad ideas and shoddy execution scars to learn and internalize the nuances of great product and business. Tech@NYU is the sandbox that students need: a place to experiment, a forum for recognition, a classroom for discussion and learning.
Events are held throughout the academic year, open to all students, with a focus on consistency as to build community.
We also engage regularly with a number of NYC entrepreneurs who serve as mentors to students. Only several years old, Tech@NYU is one of the most diverse, most forward-moving student organizations in NYC.
Co-sponsorsed with NYU ACM:
The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) is an organization consisting of students from a variety of backgrounds who share a common interest in computer science. The NYU ACM is open to all students, faculty, and staff of New York University, as well as our surrounding community.
To get there, we need students continually building, to learn and internalize the nuances of great product and business. Tech@NYU is the sandbox that students need: a place to experiment, a forum for recognition, a community for discussion and sharing, and a stage for inspiration.
We also engage regularly with a number of NYC entrepreneurs who serve as mentors to students. Only a couple years old, Tech@NYU is one of the most diverse, most forward-moving student organizations in NYC.
Learn more about us at techatnyu.org
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