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The Conservation Center at New York University’s Institute of Fine Arts has been awarded a $150,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) to strengthen the Center’s mission to provide future conservators with the premier graduate-level training and education in the country.
A new study led by researchers at the New York University College of Nursing (NYUCN) examines the validity, sensitivity, and specificity of symptoms for detecting breast cancer-related related lymphedema. The study also determines the best clinical cutoff point for the count of symptoms that maximized the sum of sensitivity and specificity.
The exhibition opens Tuesday, February 9, 2016 with a reception for Philip Monaghan and David Trinidad hosted by Fales Library from 6:00-8:00 PM featuring Trinidad reading from his new book, Notes on a Past Life. The installation is on display through May 8, 2016.
NYU’s University Senate has voted to establish an Ad Hoc Advisory Task Force on Diversity and Inclusion to study and make recommendations for concrete steps to be taken regarding issues of racial diversity, equity, and inclusion at NYU.
Park City will once again be a sea of violet this January when more than 100 NYU students, alumni and faculty screen films they wrote, directed, shot, produced and performed in at the annual, world-renowned Sundance Film Festival.
From the tinder robot to the texting hoodie, before they were a thing, they were an idea at ITP. Catch the next wave of art-meets-tech innovation at the ITP Winter Show, December 20-21.
Evidence of autism may be found in the composition and malfunction of the brain’s blood vessels, a team of scientists has found. Their research sheds new light on the causes of autism, which previously had pointed to neurological make-up rather than to the vascular system, and identifies a new target for potential therapeutic intervention.
"As a debater, a product of Jesuit schooling, a scholar of religion, and a legal scholar, I was taught that words matter. Rational discourse matters. Setting an example matters. --more--