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In "Light without Fire: The Making of America's First Muslim College," Gallatin's Scott Korb chronicles the 2010-11 year at the Berkeley, Calif. institution, Zaytuna College, which employs a single, unified curriculum based on the Great Books model.
“Alien Script,” a series of drawings by author Walter Mosley, will be on display, for 24-hour public viewing, from June 10 through August 1 at NYU Kimmel Center’s Windows Gallery.
A multi-national team of researchers has identified genetic markers that predict educational attainment by pooling data from more than 125,000 individuals in the United States, Australia, and 13 western European countries.
On June 3rd, NYU kicks off the NYU Summer Launchpad—a 10-week accelerator program that will provide graduating NYU student-entrepreneurs with the skills, space, funding, and mentoring needed to help them launch commercially viable startup ventures.
According to NYU Steinhardt Professor Tara McAllister Byun, the use of acoustic and ultrasound biofeedback can significantly increase the accuracy of /r/ pronunciation in children.
The Harvard-trained economist from Columbia’s Mailman School of Public Health will take up the post of Dean of NYU's Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service.
The top student films produced this year in the prestigious film programs at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts will be showcased at the Haig Manoogian Screening Series, to be held June 6 at the Directors Guild of America in West Hollywood, from 6:30 p.m. till 9 p.m.
NYU Bestows Honorary Degrees on Attorney David Boies, Scientist Claire Marie Fraser, Afghan Museum Director Omara Khan Masoudi, and Director Oliver Stone
The American Philosophical Society (APS) has awarded NYU neuroscientist J. Anthony Movshon its 2013 Karl Spencer Lashley Award in recognition of his “pioneering work on the neuroscience of vision.”
Students participate in innovative web-based training modules on addiction and clinical research fundamentals, followed by opportunities to engage in stipend-supported faculty-mentored real-world substance abuse research.