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An NYU professor of physical therapy offers some much-needed ergonomic tips for those of us who spend our days staring at screens.
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Photos and documents from the NYU Archives point to milestones in the history of women teaching and learning at NYU.
A restaging of the presidential debates with an actress playing Trump and an actor playing Clinton yielded surprising results.
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Highlights from findings by NYU researchers over the past month.
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Dramatic writing student Jyotsna Hariharan won a HarperCollins contest with her audio play 'Rebuttal.'
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Jeffrey Simonoff, professor of statistics and the Robert A. Miller Faculty Fellow at the Stern School, tackles the question in 90 seconds.
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We are one University representing 133 countries.
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Happily-ever-after stories for Valentine's Day.
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Founded 10 years ago by Steinhardt, FAS, and Wagner with support from the Office of the Provost, the Institute of Human Development and Social Change, or IHDSC, aims to “bring people into a new intellectual and research network that bridges disciplinary divides to apply our best theories and methods to difficult problems,” says Director Elise Cappella, associate professor of applied psychology.
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A look back at NYU research findings from the past month.
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