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The Creative Writing Program’s Spring 2020 Reading Series begins in January with events featuring Oscar-winning actor Dianne Wiest (Jan. 30), Sheila Heti (Feb. 10), Terrance Hayes (Feb. 13), and Pulitzer-Prize-winning poet Sharon Olds (Feb. 20).
NYU will feature the latest public interest technology research, including work in the areas of tech law, AI, social science, data science, robotics, investigative journalism, human rights, and more on Thurs., Feb. 6.
Jacob Remes, a clinical associate professor at Gallatin, uses the New York City bakery staple as a lens to explore the history of anti-Semitism, corruption, the labor movement, the changing makeup of American cities, and more.
What is the true impact of AI on workforces? Can the benefits of automation outweigh the potential negative consequences?
NYU's Jordan Center for the Advanced Study of Russia will host “Impeachment: From the Ukrainian Perspective,” a panel discussion featuring a range of experts on Ukraine’s history and politics, Thurs., Jan. 23.
NYU Steinhardt Professor Jan L. Plass and his colleagues have created three digital games to help children and adults improve their cognitive skills.
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Alex Katz has autism and a rare eye condition called uveitis. Dentists elsewhere refused to treat him.
Teacher residency program expands to include new partnerships with NYC DOE schools and charter schools in Washington, D.C.