An academic conference at NYU looks at the challenges and opportunities facing Asian international students studying abroad in the United States.
Large-scale field experiment sees credit-score awareness as path to improved financial health.
Thousands of deaths could be avoided through the utilization of a tougher standard for air quality in America's metropolitan areas, a New York University/American Thoracic Society report concludes.
Study led by NYU researcher Leanna Stiefel looks at steps that education policymakers and practitioners can take “to make inclusion in fact feel … inclusive.”
Researchers from a multi-national group universities are working together to save a scientific resource that was badly damaged in Hurricane Maria—a population of rhesus monkeys living on a remote island off the coast of Puerto Rico—and the staff and facilities that support them.
Of the 67 papers reviewed, only 16 (23.9%) included any mention of the effects that hearing loss can have on health care interactions.
Implemented Feb. 1, the new "bag tax" produced a “dramatic decrease” in grocery store shoppers’ use of disposable carryout bags in Chicago, according to an NYU Wagner researcher.
The Citizens Crime Commission’s “E-Responder” Pilot Study with NYU’s Steinhardt School Shows Digital Intervention Can Prevent Virtual and Real-World Altercations Between Youth
Promising approach aimed at “changing the narrative” around mental health care receives $700,000 federal grant for randomized trial.
Adults on the autism spectrum see their interests as possible fields of study and career paths, as well as ways to mitigate anxiety, finds a study by NYU’s Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development.