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Mar 5, 2014
Jac Holzman, the founder of both Elektra Records and Nonesuch Records, will receive the NYU Steinhardt Music Business Program’s Visionary Award at a ceremony on March 12. The honor will be presented by Music Business students during an invitation-only event in the University’s Frederick Loewe Theatre. Holzman will interact with students, faculty, and administrators and discuss his six-decade career with Phil Galdston, NYU Faculty Songwriter-in-Residence and Master Teacher in Songwriting.
Mar 4, 2014
“The University Space Priorities Working Group today shared with me – as it did with the rest of the NYU community – its final report. I and the other senior members of the University Administration will be studying it carefully – as I hope my fellow faculty members, students, administrators, and other NYU community members will do -- and expect to have a full response in the next few days. But even at this juncture, there are some observations I would make.
Faculty | Press Release
Mar 3, 2014
Two NYU alumni were honored at the 86th Annual Academy Awards, both receiving Oscars for their work on the same film, the critically-acclaimed historical drama 12 Years a Slave. Gallatin graduate John Ridley, (BA, ’87) received the award for Best Adapted Screenplay and Steve McQueen, who attended the graduate film program at the NYU Tisch School of the Arts, accepted the Oscar for Best Picture, which he both produced and directed.
Tisch School of the Arts | Press Release
Mar 3, 2014
Researchers at New York University and the University of Texas at Austin have discovered that carbohydrates serve as identifiers for cancer cells. Their findings, which appear in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, show how these molecules may serve as signals for cancer and explain what’s going on inside these cells, pointing to new ways in which sugars function as a looking glass into the workings of their underlying structures.
Research, Arts and Science, Faculty | Press Release
Mar 3, 2014
Throughout the month of March, La Maison Française New York University will feature – among several other distinguished speakers and events – the philosopher Marc Crépon offering a lecture on the death penalty as seen through the writings of Camus and Derrida; cinematic director Gilles Bourdos and Anne Deneys-Tunney in conversation about his recent film Renoir; and the novelist Patrick Deville, invited guest of this month’s French Literature in the Making series (these three events are in French).
Around the Square, International Houses | Press Release