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As part of a campus wellness effort, NYU's Public Health Ambassadors asked students to share insight into their happiest relationships—including who they appreciate most and why. Who are you grateful for?
An @nyusteinhardt team found no significant correlation between acculturation and alcohol use among Asian Americans, but did find a statistically significant relationship among the Latinx population. There are several reasons for their findings: nyu.edu/about/news-pub…
Farewell, Daylight Saving Time. 🥲1
Hanna Gebremichael (@nyutandon '23) is proud of reviving the NYU Ethiopian and Eritrean Student Association, which had been dormant. “I've never been back home but I feel like a culture of being Eritrean is still very much instilled in me," she says: spr.ly/6017JXTlT
📷🌱: A new green wall—or indoor perpendicular ecosystem—in the lobby o@nyupublichealthth's home at 708 Broadway is the first of its kind on our Washington Square campus. Take a virtual tournyu.edu/about/news-pub…YPf
The immigrant paradox—association between higher levels of acculturation in the US and lower health outcomes—is one of the most debated issues in the field of immigrant studies. @nyusteinhardt researchers just found evidence of it among Latinx youth: nyu.edu/about/news-pub…
NYU neuroscientist @wasuzuki's work suggests that rather than trying to avoid or get rid of anxiety (likely impossible anyway), we should focus on transforming it into something we can use. Her practical tips: nyu.edu/about/news-pub…
NYU neuroscientist @wasuzuki's work suggests that rather than trying to avoid or get rid of anxiety (likely impossible anyway), we should focus on transforming it into something we can use for good. Her practical tips: nyu.edu/about/news-pub…
“A lot of my friends are not from New York, so I get to be the travel guide,” says Hanna Gebremichael (@nyutandon '23), who was born and raised in Harlem and applied to NYU Early Decision, knowing she wanted to stay in the city for college: spr.ly/6014JX358
Confronting systemic racism and other structural inequities requires innovation, accountability, ongoing learning and growth, and sustained, multilevel action: Attend an #NYUBeTogether launch event TODAY! Students: events.nyu.edu/event/291960-1 Faculty/staff: events.nyu.edu/event/291959-1 twitter.com/nyuniversity/s…
As part of a campus wellness effort, NYU's Public Health Ambassadors asked students to share insight into their happiest relationships—including who they appreciate most and why. What would you write?
"As we ascend up the ladder, we need to help people that are trying to ascend as well within our communities. A lot of collegiate athletics is predominantly white, so to get more inclusion and diversity in this space is a really good thing." gonyuathletics.com/news/2021/11/2…
"I'm going to call it success if my children don't have to worry after their children the same way I have to worry about them, and they don't have to fight the same fights that I fought"—Prof. @DeborahNArcher for @NYUOGI's new series, Transformation Talks: ow.ly/9ezQ50GFauG
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“A leader must be prepared to unlearn what we thought to be correct, and reach toward a better understanding and toward growth.” - Dean @JackHKnott in discussion with @nyuniversity SVP of Global Inclusion and Strategic Innovation Dr. Lisa Coleman youtu.be/qIF8UwBrrLQ
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A landmark new study of plant life in one of the world’s driest places could yield new drought-resistant crops — if mining for electric vehicle batteries doesn't destroy the ecosystems first. huffpost.com/entry/atacama-…
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The NYU Entrepreneurial Institute Accelerator Series (Startup Bootcamp, Startup Sprint, and Summer Launchpad) just won a GCEC award for Outstanding Contributions to Venture Creation! Series alumni include @brooklinen, @ephemeraltattoo, @Kinvolved & more! entrepreneur.nyu.edu/blog/2021/10/2…
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"Our brains can interpret an infinite number of expressions within a single language,” says NYU's @sarahlinguist. “This research shows that bilingual brains can, with striking ease, interpret complex expressions containing words from different languages.” nyu.edu/about/news-pub…
Science always came easily to Hanna Gebremichael (@nyutandon '23), whereas writing was more of a challenge. But instead of avoiding it, she dove in—and ended up falling in love. Now she's double majoring in biomolecular science and journalism: spr.ly/6017JXTJc
FEATURE | The McLendon MLI aims to provide minorities a jump-start to their careers through practical experiences, opportunities to build their network, and instilling the values of John McLendon. @NACDA @NewsUAA @NCAADIII FULL CONVERSATION: bit.ly/3nQ89rQ
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“Research shows that people feel better, work better, and study better when they encounter green spaces during their daily lives. It’s vital to be reminded that nature is not just ‘out there’ in the woods somewhere.” nyu.edu/about/news-pub…
In a 10-year study published in @PNASNews, NYU scientists and colleagues examined the genomes of dominant plant species and soil microbes from the Atacama, and identified 265 genes that play a role in adapting these plants to the harsh desert conditions: thedailybeast.com/chiles-atacama…
One traveled over 4,000 miles to arrive at NYU. The other walked to campus. Together, in their first semester of college, they just won the national tennis championship in doubles. gonyuathletics.com/news/2021/10/2…
"Social media is better, for individuals and for the social fabric, if the groups it assembles are smaller, and if the speed at which content moves through it is slower." NYU's @cshirky on why some users are opting for group chats instead: wsj.com/articles/how-t…
“While cranes, drills, and hammers must be controlled by humans in constructing buildings, this work reveals how one can use physics to make smart materials that ‘know’ how to assemble themselves.” New research in @PNASNews: nyu.edu/about/news-pub…
Today is Election Day! Cast your vote at the polls or by absentee ballot for important elections in NYC, New Jersey, or wherever you're registered this year. Info on sites, hours, and more: nyu.edu/nyu-votes #NYUVotes
NYU researchers led a team that published 300 genetic discoveries from plants in the Atacama Desert. What they found could contain the secrets to avoiding food shortages in an increasingly hot, drought-prone world: huffpost.com/entry/atacama-…
NYU researchers identified genes associated with plant survival in one of the harshest environments on Earth: Chile's Atacama Desert. The findings, published in @PNASNews, may help scientists breed crops that can thrive in increasingly drier climates: nyu.edu/about/news-pub…
More NYU students than ever voted in last year's election. But we're still just behind the national average in college voting rates. Let’s change that! Vote tomorrow—Nov. 2—for important elections in NYC, NJ, or wherever you’re registered: nyu.edu/nyu-votes
ICYMI: Noah Henry's (@nyuliberalstudies @NYU_LS '24) painted pumpkin took first place in our Halloween contest, and Diya Desai's (@nyusteinhardt '25) school-spirited carving was a close runner up. 🏆 Thanks to all who participated, whether by competing or voting for a winner! �fN
📷🌱: Have you visited NYU's newest secret garden? This green wall in the lobby o@nyupublichealthth's new home at 708 Broadway offers health benefits for passersby and the planet. Take a virtual tournyu.edu/about/news-pub…Yjl
Amazingly—given the history of peoples of African, mixed, and Irish descent living in the US—this is the first such study of Americans of this background, and it comes at a critical juncture in terms of conversations around multi-ethnic identity and race. nyu.edu/about/news-pub…
Transformation Talks is part of NYU BeTogether, our university-wide change effort to center global inclusion, diversity, belonging, equity, and access. Real transformation requires accountability with sustained learning, innovation, and multilevel action. nyu.edu/betogether
Guests for the first season have been distinguished leaders at organizations such as @ACLU, @AdCouncil, @USSupremeCourt, @MellonFdn, @AAN_Nursing, and @ASEE_DC. The first episode premieres this Wed., Nov. 3, with new episodes released on @NYUOGI’s channels each month.
✨NEW!✨NYU Transformation Talks feature brief video conversations with global leaders at NYU and beyond as they reflect on making transformational change across our organizations and communities.
Tired: Halloween candy is bad for your teeth. Wired: Halloween candy is bad for the planet. nyu.edu/about/news-pub…
A pinch of salt 🧂. A broken mirror. 😱 A lucky charm �@nyusteinhardtrdt art professor Jesse Bransford says the occult is all around us—and not just on Halloween. bLEx
📣 Congrats to Noah Henry (@nyuliberalstudies '24), whose painted pumpkin (left) took first place in our contest by audience vote! 🏆 Diya Desai's@nyusteinhardtdt '25) school-spirited carving (right) was a close runner up. Both are HalloWINS in our book! 🎃 Happy Halloweez2u
"Our records include 100 monuments to massacres: 53 memorialize the killing of white settlers or soldiers by Indigenous tribes, with less than 10 commemorating massacres of Native populations by white settlers." nyu.edu/about/news-pub…
📷: Dark and stormy campus vibes for Halloween weekend! ☁👻UQA
This Monday, Nov. 1, @nyupublichealth hosts Anthony S. Fauci and and Christine Grady in a conversation with @drsanjaygupta: spr.ly/6018JpF9Y
For ethically produced Halloween candy, @nyusteinhart's @carolyndimitri recommends looking for sweets without palm oil (which is associated with tropical deforestation) and marked fair trade (a certification that prevents child labor): nyu.edu/about/news-pub…
Spooky season tends to get people thinking about the occult. 🎃😱 Bu@nyusteinhardtdt art professor Jesse Bransford says it's actually all around us, all the time—if you know where to look. �ReW
We're T-minus THREE days away from the Early Decision I application deadline Nov. 1! Are you applying Early Decision to @nyuniversity, @nyushanghai, or @NYUAbuDhabi? If so, sound off below! ⬇️ 💜E
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Any appreciation of multiracial dimensions in the Irish experience should include a reckoning with evidence of the Irish diaspora’s historically anti-Black prejudice in the US, says the author of "Black, Brown and Green Voices," a new @GIHNYU report: nyu.edu/about/news-pub…
📣 Bishesta Tuladhar @NYU_LSS '24) is taking over our Instagram Stories today! Bishesta, who is from Nepal and commutes to campus from Queens, is a sophomore in the LS Core program. Follow our Stories for an insider's look at life as an NYU student. �CS
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