As the United Nations Special Rapporteur on extreme poverty, Professor Philip Alston (NYU School of Law) traveled across the United States talking to everyone from government officials to people living on the streets.
In addition to coursework, Stratis and Coddington will each give a lecture scheduled for October 15, 2018 and March 4, 2019, respectively.
This grant will be in partnership with New York City’s Administration for Children’s Services.
NYU President Andrew Hamilton and Provost Katherine Fleming today convened a new working group to carry out new measures to make NYU more sustainable. In 2018-19, this will include installing NYU’s first rooftop photovoltaic array, capital commitments to make NYU buildings more energy efficient, and steps in food and retail facilities, among others.
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La Maison Française will feature a concert called A Look Behind the Curtain, featuring Poulenc's iconic 1956 song cycle, Le travail du peintre (Oct.10); Machines à écrire, a new series on contemporary literature in the French language that will feature a conversation with author Valérie Zenatti (Oct. 22); the French Natures conference which explores cultural aspects to climate change (Oct. 26-27); and more in October.
The 2nd Annual NYC Food Tank Summit (SOLD OUT) aims to find high-impact solutions to food waste. Dan Barber, Dickie Brennan, J.J. Johnson, Tim Ma, Marion Nestle, Questlove, Roy Steiner, Rhea Suh, Ben Tinker, Haile Thomas, & more among all-star lineup on October 3.
Event Follows UN High-Level Meeting on Noncommunicable Diseases, Highlights Importance of Addressing Oral Diseases Worldwide
NIH-Funded Research Will Shed Light on Molecular Mechanisms Responsible for Bone Loss in Aging
Research to Explore Roles Mitochondria and Redox Play in Forming Enamel, With Implications for Understanding Dental Disease
As many hospitals work to find ways to reduce costs and improve care, a study finds that patients' hearing loss significantly increases their risk for hospital re-admission.