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Open House to be Held for NYU 2031 on April 14

March 26, 2010

Join us as we share our long-term, citywide strategy for future growth, NYU 2031: NYU in NYC. Launched in 2006, shaped by extensive engagement with the community, and refined by two years of thoughtful analysis, NYU 2031: NYU in NYC sets out a strategic vision for how the University will look to grow more transparently and predictably over the next two decades.

The University appreciates the important role public participation has played in the development of this strategy so far, so it requests your attendance on:

Wednesday, April 14, 2010, 5:30 to 8 p.m.

Kimmel Center for University Life, 60 Washington Square South, 10th Floor


Refreshments will be served. Activities for children will be provided.


Contact: Office of Government and Community Affairs, 212-998-2400

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university relations, Community, NYU 2031

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Open House for NYU 2031: NYU in NYC on April 14

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