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Featuring new works by four guest choreographers-Stefanie Batten Bland, Ori Flomin, Loni Landon and Bobbi Jene Smith and a world premiere by Trisha Brown
Promising approach aimed at “changing the narrative” around mental health care receives $700,000 federal grant for randomized trial.
Tisch and Gallatin alumni win in four categories, including US Grand Jury Prize: Documentary and Audience Award: US Dramatic
Jack Ciapciak Wins for “Naming the Dog”
The Creative Writing Program’s Spring 2017 Reading Series continues in March with events featuring David Means (March 2), Hari Kunzru (March 23), and Ada Limón (March 24), among others.
NYU’s annual report on outcomes for the previous May’s graduates shows record levels of employment and salaries.
NYU will host “Robert Lowell: Setting the River On Fire,” a lecture by Lowell biographer Kay Redfield Jamison, followed by a roundtable discussion celebrating the works of the acclaimed poet, on Wed., March 1.
Shane Bauer, a senior reporter at Mother Jones magazine, will discuss his investigative work on corporate-run prisons and among border vigilantes with Professor Ted Conover on Wed., Feb. 8.
The NYU Reynolds Program in Social Entrepreneurship, NYU Steinhardt, Focus for Health, and BMe Community present “From Fear to Focus: Race in America and the Urgency of Now,” the next event in the NYU Reynolds Program’s Social Entrepreneurship in the 21st Century Speaker Series.
Artists and scholars gather to discuss the impact of the landmarked mansion's most recent contemporary show, "Intertwined," on Wednesday, February 1. The show will run through February 19, 2017