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Five men became the first graduates of NYU's Prison Education Program at Wallkill Correctional Facility on October 12, 2017. The graduates earned Associate of Arts Degrees from New York University in Liberal Studies through their coursework with the program.
Study Evaluates Effect of Middle School Versus a K-8 School on Academic and Psychosocial Outcomes
Study Also Shows Improvement in Working Relationships Between Nurses and Physicians
Politics professor Joshua Tucker’s research suggests that the legacy of the Soviet Union is very much alive today.
Disasters bring destruction—but history reveals how they can also catalyze community organizing.
NYU Steinhardt’s Program in Educational Theatre will stage two events this month to celebrate the women of New York State winning the right to vote a century ago, exploring the historical context through the individuals who fought for the cause.
The proportion of front-line nurses with bachelor’s degrees in U.S. hospitals increased from 44 percent in 2004 to 57 percent in 2013, but will fall short of a national goal to reach 80 percent by 2020, finds a new study by NYU Rory Meyers College of Nursing.
Twelve companies accepted into 2017 cohort; half are founded by women
A conversation with legal, business, and racial equity leaders on the fight for economic justice and how to pioneer strategies for reforming how government works — and who it serves.
NYU professor James Higham's campaign to check on a famous monkey research site inspired a viral humanitarian relief effort.
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