November

Latest Stories in November

Running through January 13, 2018, "Re-imagining s Safe Space" explores critical questions regarding the idea of a safe space through artists, activists, and students who have confronted these issues in their respective circumstances and work.
NYU released a statement in response to anti-Dreamer graffiti found in a library bathroom.
The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation will award a $16 million grant for the next generation of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS-V) to the Astrophysical Research Consortium. 
Joyce Mushaben, author of the recently released Becoming the World’s Most Powerful Woman: Angela Merkel and the Transformation of United Germany, will discuss the German chancellor’s life and impact on her country on Mon., Dec. 11.
Award-winning novelist Daniel Kehlmann will discuss his new novella, “You Should Have Left,” with the book’s translator, Ross Benjamin, and Eric Banks, director of the New York Institute for the Humanities at NYU, on Mon., Dec. 4.
Associate Professor of Sociology and Environmental Studies Colin Jerolmack makes the case for going to talk to your profs during office hours ☕️
According to the annual “Open Doors” study released earlier this week by the Institute of International Education (IIE), New York University ranked No. 1 in both the number of international students studying at NYU and the number of NYU students studying abroad—a standard the University has held in both rankings since 2014.
Free ‘Glass Festival’ at NYU Skirball Honors Influential Composer
NYU's Remarque Institute will host “More than a University is at Stake: The Battle to Keep CEU Alive in the Age of Political Populism,” on Thurs., Nov. 30.
Last week in Brussels, the European Parliament's Anti-Racism and Diversity Intergroup hosted NYU's third conference on Race, Racism, and Xenophobia in a Global Context. Members of Parliament and the public heard from NYU faculty and students considering these issues through scholarly discussion and artistic expression
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