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January

Latest Stories in January

NYU Steinhardt and Weber Shandwick, form first-of-its-kind partnership to increase technology-engaged, diverse professionals in media and communications, and bridge the academic-professional gap.
Study Finds Racial Differences in Reporting and Overall Trend of Underreporting Cognitive Impairment
NYU Silver's McSilver Institute presents a 16-part podcast series that examines issues of systemic racism and oppression.
La Maison Française of NYU will host a roundtable discussing Herrick Chapman’s book “France’s Long Reconstruction. In Search of the Modern Republic” (Feb. 21); a conversation with Jacques Attali for “French Literature in the Making” (Feb. 26); and more in February.
The Creative Writing Program’s Spring 2018 Reading Series commences with events featuring Tyehimba Jess (Jan. 25), Nicole Krauss (Feb. 8), and Carl Phillips (Feb. 9), among others.
Exhibition Seeks to Inspire Individual and Social Change Through Poetry and Street Activism
NYU Fales Library has acquired five mixed media works and the personal papers of conceptual artist Mary Ellen Carroll.
Analysis Led by NYU College of Global Public Health Stresses Harm Minimization Can Save Lives
David Cole, national legal director of the American Civil Liberties Union, will deliver New York University’s Tony Judt Memorial Lecture, “Defending Liberty in America and Europe in an Age of Populism: Lessons from Trump’s First Year,” on Thurs., Feb. 8.
NYU College of Global Public Health and Tufts' Friedman School Examine Options for Categorizing, Taxing Junk Food