NYU's Public Safety Lab has joined the National Partnership for Pretrial Justice, a group of more than two dozen research, technical assistance, policy, and advocacy organizations that will work to advance pretrial justice nationally and in more than 35 states across the country.
The Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute has named Yi-Ling Liu, a Beijing-based freelance writer who has written for the Economist and the Guardian, the winner of its fifth Matthew Power Literary Reporting Award.
The Creative Writing Program’s Spring 2019 Reading Series concludes with events featuring Deborah Eisenberg (April 4), Ilya Kaminsky (April 11), and Edmund White (May 2), among others.
A team of scientists reports finding the first evidence that the human hippocampus is necessary for future planning.
Shorter intervals between primate births are associated with higher mortality rates in offspring, finds a new study of macaque monkeys.
Kieran Setiya, a professor of philosophy at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, will deliver the 2019 New York Institute of Philosophy Biennial Lecture, “Public Philosophy,” on Fri., April 5.
Infants as young as five months can differentiate laughter between friends and that between strangers, finds a new study by researchers at NYU and UCLA.
The ACLU’s James Esseks will deliver “Reflecting on LGBTQ Rights—Past, Present, and Future,” NYU’s Annual Irving H. Jurow Lecture, on Mon., April 8.
Author Jeffrey Eugenides will read and discuss “Pink Belly,” a work-in-progress essay about parental expectations and gender roles within the family, on Wed., April 3.