Alumni News

List of 3 news stories.

  • York Prep Alum, PhD Positions at MIT, Stanford, and Berkeley

    The last time we caught up with York Prep alum Alexander “Sasha” Khazatsky, a little over a year ago, he had just returned from a Robotic Learning conference in Japan where he presented his paper “Contextual Imagined Goals for Self-Supervised Robotic Learning” . Since then he has maintained his prolific level of work in Artificial Intelligence research, and is currently in the running for UC Berkeley’s Class of 2021 Valedictorian!
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  • York Prep Alum, Alexander Khazatsky, presents at the Conference on Robotic Learning in Japan

    Class of 2017 graduate, Alexander Khazatsky, presented a research paper he co-wrote with five UC Berkeley graduate students at the 2019 Conference on Robotic Learning in Japan earlier this month. More information about the paper, entitled Contextual Imagined Goals for Self-Supervised Robotic Learning, can be found on the project website page here.

    Mr. Khazatsky is currently a student at UC Berkeley, where he is majoring in Computer Science. We congratulate him for all his hard work and efforts towards this project.
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  • Mitchell Schorr on How Childhood Memories are Depicted in his Art

    York Prep alumnus Mitchell Schorr’s colorful street art has been ubiquitous throughout New York City over the past decade. Most recently his drawings of musicians were featured in The Met Fifth Avenue’s Play it Loud exhibit, and his Dripy painting hands permanently in the Detroit Institute of Arts. Schorr, who grew up in New York City, currently works out of his studio in Manhattan’s west side, where he creates art inspired by his childhood memories.
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