Feb 11, 2016
NYU study finds high rate of injection-related risk behaviors among young heroin injectors in two cities with emerging drug injecting populations
CDUHR, NYUToday-feature, Research, College of Nursing | Press Release
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Feb 8, 2016
Peter Railton, Gregory S. Kavka Distinguished University Professor and Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of Philosophy at the University of Michigan, will deliver a series of New York Institute of Philosophy Lectures focused on “Intuition and Intuitions”: Feb. 26, March 1, and March 4.
Research, Arts and Science, Events, Speakers @ NYU | Press Release
Feb 1, 2016
The College of Arts and Science will host “What’s So Great about Keeping It Real? Social Critique in African American Culture,” a Bentson Dean’s Lecture by NYU Professor Phillip Harper, on Tues., Feb. 16.
Research, College of Arts and Science, Events, Speakers @ NYU | Press Release
Feb 1, 2016
NYU's Graduate School of Arts and Science is part of a $5.1 million grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation aimed at increasing the number of Latino professors in the humanities at American colleges and universities.
Arts and Science, Research, Graduate School of Arts and Science, Teaching and Learning | Press Release
Jan 28, 2016
The collections, Sylvester Manor Archive, the Richard Maass Collection, and the Leo Hershkowitz Collection, reach back to the 17th century, shedding light on previously unknown aspects of pre-Revolution politics, trade, and culture. Through teaching, research, public accessibility, and events at NYU and beyond, these collections will continue to extend the field of early New York and Atlantic history.
Division of Libraries, Research | Press Release
Jan 28, 2016
A pair of studies by a team of scientists has shed new light on the nature of a particular type of DNA sequences—tandem DNA repeat arrays—that play important roles in transcription control, genome organization, and development.
Research, Arts and Science, Faculty | Press Release
Jan 27, 2016
Four factors – medical complications at birth, maternal education, early motor assessments, and early cognitive assessments – help predict later cognitive function and motor performance for children born early and at a very low birth weight, finds a new study by NYU Steinhardt.
Research, Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development | Press Release
Jan 25, 2016
A team of scientists has uncovered greater intricacy in protein signaling than was previously understood, shedding new light on the nature of genetic production.
Arts and Science, Research, Faculty | Press Release