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News From Around NYU

  • President Service Award
    President Service Awards recognize individuals and organizations within NYU that have had an extraordinary impact on the university and the community.
  • Nia Awards
    The Nia Awards recognize the achievements of members of the NYU community for promoting diversity and social justice.
  • Strong Non Profits, Strong Communities
    NYU’s Office of Government and Community Affairs and Office of Civic Engagement host a free forum for local nonprofits to build strategies to weather the current economic climate.
  • Informed Neighbor Series
    Informed Neighbor brings together organizations, local officials, and community members at NYU to provide information on projects and initiatives at the University that are pertinent for the community.
  • NYU Elder Care Program Kick-off
    The College of Nursing received a three-year, $1.2 million dollar grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration to support the Elder Care Program which provides services to over 2,000 seniors in lower Manhattan.
  • NYU CHEFs for Schools
    CHEFs for Schools strives to address issues of food inequality in underserved communities.
  • Bellevue/NYU Program for Survivors of Torture
    The Program for Survivors of Torturere rebuilds the bodies, minds, and spirits of people who have been tortured or persecuted.
  • Holiday for the Troops
    NYU Nursing community with the help of small businesses organized a collection to honor and show gratitude and appreciation for troops' national service.
  • NYU Peer Health Exchange
    NYU Carlyle Court gathered students to join Peer Health Exchange and give teenagers the knowledge and skills they need to make healthy decisions.
  • Center for Student Activities, Leadership and Service
    The Center provides opportunities to discover and build community through student engagement.
  • NYU Project OutReach Program
    Project OutReach is a five-day intensive orientation to community service for incoming service-minded first-year and transfer students at NYU.
  • NYU Red Cross Club
    The club, which works with the American Red Cross in Greater New York chapter, aims to provide Red Cross services to the NYU community.
  • NYU Colleges Against Cancer Chapter
    The mission of Colleges Against Cancer is to unite the NYU community in the fight against cancer, by working towards a signature overnight fundraising event, Relay for Life.
  • NYU Keep A Child Alive Club
    "Keep A Child Alive" is dedicated to the provision of funding for HIV treatment and securing services for children and families in need.
  • NYU Bone Marrow Donor Club
    The club works with DKMS Americas to register young people throughout New York City to become potential bone marrow donors.
  • Project Sunshine at NYU
    Project Sunshine provides services to children with long-term illnesses and disabilities along with their families in the New York City area.
  • NYU Organ Donation Initiative
    The Initiative raises awareness and promotes donor registration in the face of a growing health crisis -- the dire need for organ and tissue transplants.
  • LiveWellNYU Program
    LiveWellNYU clubs and organizations are committed to helping NYU students improve their lives.
  • NYU Health Leads Program
    In partnership with providers in urban clinics, Health Leads’ volunteers connect low-income patients with the basic resources they need to be healthy.
  • NYU Silver School of Social Work HIV Intervention Program
    Silver School of Social Work’s Center for Latino Adolescent and Family Health has been awarded funding to support the delivery of a family-based HIV prevention program for youth in the Caribbean.

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