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Targeted by discrimination and violence during COVID-19, many wrestle with questions of identity and belonging
An archeological team from NYU's Institute of Fine Arts and Princeton University date the ancient complex to the dawn of Egyptian history.
The support will enhance remote and in-person teaching of graduate-level art and artifact conservation through guest lectures, student fellowships, and summer work placements in US cultural institutions.
Three-year project will develop ways to bring about equitable policy impacts on city inspections, policing, courts, and other public sector domains.
Essays edited by NYU Silver’s Carol Tosone show how therapists have responded to fear and anguish during the pandemic—while dealing with trauma of their own.
Study sees no evidence of a positive relationship between city-level transit ridership and influenza/pneumonia mortality rates.
Liberalism and conservatism are associated with qualitatively different psychological concerns, notably those linked to morality, shows a new study.