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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.
  • SERVE! Commuter Service Program
    SERVE! is a one-year program designed for service-oriented commuter and off-campus students to participate in community service projects.
  • NYU Two Birds, One Stone
    Two Birds, One Stone is a student run organization dedicated to feeding the hungry and homeless population in NYC while reducing the amount of food wasted in NYU dining halls.
  • NYU in Colloboration with University of People
    NYU in partnership with University of the People creates free online courses to students around the world.
  • 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.
  • NYU Joins National College Advising Corps
    The NYU College Advising Corps aims to increase the number of low-income, first-generation-college, underrepresented students who enter and complete higher education.
  • NYU CHEFs for Schools
     CHEFs for Schools strives to address issues of food inequality in underserved communities.
  • NYU Research Digest: Economics of Urban Farming
    Carolyn Dimitri to examine economics of Urban Farming. $453,000 grant from US Dept of Agriculture.
  • NYU Steinhardt Science Fair
    High school student science fair hosted by NYU Steinhardt gathers students and teachers from more than 50 New York City public schools.
  • McSilver Awards
    NYU’s McSilver Institute’s first annual McSilver Awards recognize those who assist children and families living in poverty.
  • Tots and Seniors: Creating Community Spaces on the Superblocks
    NYU is creating space for two local nonprofit groups in the University’s Washington Square Village complex: a new childcare facility and space to assist seniors.
  • NYUGreen Day of Service
    NYUGreen Day of Service saw sustainability-conscious student volunteers from NYU’s Sustainability Task helping to engage and connect New Yorkers with the waterfront region.
  • NYU College Horizons for Native American High Schoolers
    NYU hosted the week-long program College Horizons and College Prep Week for Native American High Schoolers.

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