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When Hurricane Maria ripped apart their tiny island home, a colony of rhesus macaques became a study in trauma and social behavior. @NYUCAS researchers found that after weathering the storm, the monkeys were more tolerant of one another & formed new bonds.…
@nyuniversityy Class of 2022 Cultural and Identity-Based Graduations recordings are now available on@NYUOGIi’s YouTube channel!…Nk
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A new study led by @nyusteinhardt Prof Hua-Yu Sebastian Cherng found that correlation between parenting practices and academic performance is stronger for migrant youth than urban youth.…
The Art of Translation: An Interview with Literary Translators Elizabeth Lowe and Katherine Hedeen… July 11 Workshop Info: @LitTranslate @Jennymcphee @TCLCTdublin @NYUSPS @BGasticRosado @nyuniversity #translations #translator
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We're honored to receive a record-breaking 11 environmental excellence awards from @pracgreenhealth, including a Top 25 Environmental Excellence Award, their highest honor. Congratulations to our incredible Energy & Sustainability team! Read more ⤵️
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Lauren Brown, @nyuniversity alum & current #Fulbright ETA in Senegal, took part in a panel on Black hair & Pan-Africanism w/ peers at the West African Research Center (WARC). Listen in for an insightful discussion on the politics of hair, beauty, & more ⤵️
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WBB | The Point God is coming back home. Join us in welcoming @nyuwomenshoops' all-time assists leader back to @nyuniversity as an assistant coach! cc: @d3Playbook @d3h MORE:…
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@nyuniversity The exhibit, Glamour and Innovation: The Women Behind the Seams of Fashion at the White House, highlights the storied careers of 8 independent & lesser-known female designers, seamstresses, and couturiers who created designs for several first ladies.
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This year, the White House Historical Association and @nyuniversity formed an academic partnership to create the Association’s first Digital Exhibit internship. The program’s inaugural intern, Maegan Jenkins, collaborated with the Association's team on a special exhibit!
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The uprising that began at the Stonewall Inn—just blocks from NYU's campus—in the early hours of June 28, 1969, became a turning point in the modern LGBTQ+ movement. In this documentary, NYUers reflect on all the transformations that followed:…
In the virtual fashion exhibit "Glamour and Innovation: The Women Behind the Seams of Fashion at the White House" grad student Maegan Jenkins partnered with @WhiteHouseHstry to spotlight designers who shaped iconic White House fashion moments.…
The @ASCAP Lab is partnering with the @nycmedialab, led by the @nyuniversity #Tandon School of #Engineering, to conduct a “#Music in the #Metaverse” challenge for #startups
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The NYPD indicates that reports of gunshots in Washington Square Park are unfounded. The police report it was fireworks.…
Group projects are complicated, but Co-Study, founded by Neev Mittal, makes it easier for faculty to assess students' performance. Since launching in 2020, the platform has been used in 8 universities and over 8,500 students.
Our Mind, Ethics, and Policy Program which launches in Fall 2022 looks to better inform our understanding of animals and artificial intelligence.…
A statement from Aisha Oliver-Staley, NYU Senior Vice President and General Counsel on today's Supreme Court rulings involving the overturning of Roe v. Wade, and the striking down of New York State's restrictions on carrying firearms in public.…
For #PrideMonth, we're celebrating this (non-exhaustive!) list of LGBTQ+-owned NYU alumni businesses—from specialty bread and art therapy to fashion and wine spritzers:…
One & Other Productions is a new film company aiming to spearhead better representation in media. Dive into our recent conversation with @TischDrama alumnae Maya Moravec and Izzie Nadah following their recent trip to Cannes…
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#TitleIX50 | @nyuniversity is located in a city full of history, home to significant events in women’s sport. Looking back at how women’s athletics opportunities came to be, in our city — home. Our history builds our culture; it’s what makes us, us. @NCAADIII | #OwnTheCity
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Happy 50th birthday to the Pell Grant! During its first 50 years, more than 80 million students have benefited from the Pell Grant since 1972 and each year millions more reap the program’s benefits. #PellTurns50 #DoublePell @NAICUtweets @CICU
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Inspired by their research on cancer drugs, @Weck_Group chemists have created a longer-lasting version of a key ingredient in sunscreen:…
Former @NYUCWP faculty members E. L. Doctorow and Paule Marshall are featured in @tmagazine's list of "The 25 Most Significant New York City Novels From the Last 100 Years."…
Phantila Phataraprasit (@nyulaw '20) and Caitlin Ellen (@NYUStern '21) are co-founders of Sabai Design which offers sustainable furniture at affordable prices. Founded in 2019 when they were students the company has already generated over $5,500,000 in sales.
First study to use new dataset reveals that women are 13% less likely to be named as authors in scientific research compared to their male colleagues. See more findings from the study co-authored by #NYUWagner's Julia Lane:…
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In Alina Das' new book No Justice in the Shadows: How America Criminalizes Immigrants, she explores the racist roots of US immigration policy and how the criminal legal system is used to target immigrants. Read her interview in Scope, our research magazine
In “Legal Spectatorship: Slavery and the Visual Culture of Domestic Violence,” @mccNYU prof. Kelli Moore challenges our understanding of domestic violence between intimate partners by tracing the appearance of the term to the US Constitution. More:
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SWIM | Giving a Violet welcome to Connor Rumpit, who brings an impressive college career from @KenyonSports and coaching experience from @SC_Pride! ⍘ "I was drawn to @nyuniversity because of its commitment to both academic and athletic excellence" MORE:…
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The Artist Faculty in Piano Studies welcomes @adamtendler, a pioneer of DIY culture in concert music; and Kyle Walker, a noted soloist and chamber musician. 👏
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Eric Hart Jr. (@NYUTischSchool '22) always had Forbes 30 under 30 on his vision board. This year that dream became a reality. Named to Forbes' Arts & Styles list, his work explores blackness, masculinity, and queerness and aims to display people like himself in all their power.
While it's no surprise to us, we're thrilled @TandCmag recognizes @nyuniversity & particularly #Tandon & @NYUStern's sought-after status for "the educational foundation to have a positive impact on the ever-changing global society." 🎉
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MBB | Join us in welcoming Chris Thompson to @nyumenshoops as the first addition to coach @DaveKlatsky’s staff! MORE:…
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“During slavery black people's bodies were controlled by others and their reproductive autonomy was nonexistent,” writes the @nyuniversity law professor. Challenging Roe v Wade is “without regard for the country’s post-Civil War history”, she argues
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Juneteenth celebrates liberation! This thread shares some ways to celebrate & commemorate w/o culturally appropriating, commodifying, or commercializing. Check out our resource guide for #Juneteenth:…
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In neural science professor @wasuzuki's new book "Good Anxiety: Harnessing the Power of the Most Misunderstood Emotion" she looks to reduce the stigma around it and give people tools to calm down the feeling. Read more in Scope, our research magazine:…
For #Juneteenth, NYU historian @ProfJLMorgan shares insights from her research about how the rise of statistics helped slavery become “racialized”—and, more broadly, about the role the academy can play in anti-racist work.…
Why does studying slavery matter now? '(I)f we don't get a better sense of how old this institution is and how embedded the transatlantic slave trade is in our contemporary lives...we’re not going to clearly find a way out." @ProfJLMorgan said in 2021:
For #PrideMonth, we're celebrating this (non-exhaustive!) list of LGBTQ+-owned NYU alumni businesses—from specialty bread and art therapy to fashion and wine spritzers:…
"There was a lot going on before Stonewall, but coming at the end of the civil rights movement & its remarkable legal successes, Stonewall historically marks the emergence in the U.S. of another movement." @nyulaw's David Richards on the Stonewall Riots:…
Commentary from #NYUStern Professor Thomaï Serdari is featured in this @voguebusiness article on media brands expanding into the retail space.
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Join @somosclea & @nyuwallerstein for the Climate Education & Latinx Communities Symposium, featuring: 🌱 Interactive sessions led by Latinx presenters 🌱Presentations highlighting work being done by Latinxs around NYC & beyond! July 8,
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For Pride month, we’re putting the spotlight on #NYU LGBTQ+ alumni-owned businesses ranging from fashion and wine spritzers to psychotherapy, and more!
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“What does it look like if we actually dedicate ourselves to making a concerted, comprehensive attempt to tackle food choices?” Professor of Environmental Studies @matthewhayek on how making small changes in your diet can slow climate change.
While at NYU, Sebastian Abreu (@nyutandon '22) was the Lead Payload & Avionics Engineer for CubeSat and worked to design and build our first satellite. His team is currently exploring companies to partner with to launch the cube satellite into space. 🛰️K
Get to know @nyuniversity lecturer & writing professor, Chris Edling! Hear more about his time in the Peace Corps, the Fulbright program, and United Nations. This episode is a re-air & is available now on all major podcasting platforms. Listen on Anchor:
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Over a century ago there were nearly a million Black Farmers. Today there are about 45,000. @NYU_LS professor Kaia Shivers created the Black Farmers Index to help people connect with farmers, so they can buy what they harvest or raise.…
A new study lead by NYU's Center for Neural Science and Department of Psychology postdoctoral researcher @marchimmelberg found that "we can predict how well someone can see based on the unique structure of their primary visual cortex."…
Yesterday, @VP convened a group of law, privacy, and technology experts, including @ProfMMurray and Prof. Peggy Cooper Davis, to unpack the potential implications if the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade.
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Congrats to our seventeen alumni for their Tony Award wins including Best New Musical winner @TheLivingMJ (@NYUTischSchool '03 & '05), writer of A Strange Loop. #VioletPride…
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