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Pharrell Williams Named Tisch Artist-in-Residence

Pharrell Williams, performer, songwriter, producer, designer, and entrepreneur, will serve as at 2015 Artist-in-Residence at the Tisch School of the Arts, kicking off with a rare in-depth interview with Jason King of the NYU Clive Davis Institute at Town Hall, October 26.
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Scientists Point to Overlooked Forces that May Slow Predicted Antarctic Ice Retreat

The anticipated melting of the massive West Antarctic Ice Sheet could be slowed by factors largely overlooked in current computer models designed to predict this phenomenon, according to a new study by scientists.
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NYU Abu Dhabi’s 100! Dates Genome Sequencing Project sheds light on the origin of the date palm

NYU Abu Dhabi researchers have developed a map of genetic changes across the genome of date palms. They have also established genetic differences between Middle Eastern and North African date palms, an important discovery that sheds light on that long elusive question.
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NYU at a Glance

Covering a breadth of information about NYU many facts and statistics are summarized and available online.
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Millennium in Motion

For NYU, the turn of the 21st century provided an opportunity to look back on an enviable journey. The decade and a half since 2000 has brought a whirlwind of pursuit, achievement, and global emergence.
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Alumni Magazine and other Publications

NYU offers a variety of newsletters, publications, magazines, and other media to help current students, alumni, and New Yorkers stay in touch with the latest news and developments at the University.
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NYU Stories

NYU has had an amazing journey. See stories of the people, places, and things that have shaped us and continue to make our future better.
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