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For Veterans Day, a look at efforts being made across the University to smooth re-entry into both civilian and academic life.
Candace Lee Camacho, who performs under the name duendita, has been developing her musical style at NYU since she was a junior in high school.
Top findings from the past month.
As we become increasingly dependent on our devices, a new book by Stern professor Adam Alter examines the addictiveness of technology.
He Yafei, former vice minister of foreign affairs of the People’s Republic of China, and Clark T. “Sandy” Randt, former U.S. ambassador to the People’s Republic of China, will discuss the U.S.-China relationship in the emerging global order on Mon., Nov. 13.
NYU will host “Animal Consciousness,” a two-day conference that will explore a range of scientific and philosophical questions surrounding non-human animals, on Fri., Nov. 17 and Sat., Nov. 18.
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A report from the NYU GovLab shows how data from Facebook and other platforms could be used to improve healthcare, disaster response, urban planning, and more.
Jim Dwyer, Masha Gessen, and Siri Hustvedt will be among the speakers at “What’s Going On: Reflections on Truth, Politics, Democracy, and Language,” a two-day conference, Nov. 9-10.
Deutsches Haus will host sociologist Arlie Hochschild, author of “Strangers in Their Own Land: Anger and Mourning on the American Right” (Nov. 2), a screening of the documentary “Tamara” and a conversation with its director Peter Kahane (Nov. 3), a talk, “Five Theses on the Public Sphere” by cultural historian Laura Bieger (Nov. 17), and more in Nov.
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