Academics and Research
NYU has a long-standing tradition of pursuing academic excellence though expansion of its academic departments and research efforts. This ongoing initiative, coupled with the University's location at the crossroads of the world, provide a wealth of resources to incorporate diversity into many facets of the University's academic efforts.
NYU programs of study that address the historical, present-day, and future implications of diversity in our world
Research Institutes at NYU which promote the study of diversity issues worldwide and encourage discussion and dialogue at NYU and the surrounding community
Curricular diversity at NYU offers students a profusion of opportunities to examine diversity through academics and scholarship
The Hip-Hop & Pedagogy Initiative, run throught the Center for Multicultural Education and Programs is an award winning program designed to bring faculty, students, administrators and community partners together to expand our understanding of Hip-Hop culture.
Resources available to faculty and students regarding research assistance in diversity subjects
The Faculty Resource Network (FRN) at New York University is an award-winning professional development initiative that sponsors programs for faculty members from a consortium of over 50 colleges and universities.
The Native Studies Forum is an organization founded at New York University to fuild a community of faculty, students, staff, and community members concerned with historical, political, and cultural matters related to Native Americans and indigenous people.
supports promising scholars and educators from different backgrounds, races, ethnic groups, and other diverse groups whose life experience, research experience, and employment background will contribute significantly to academic excellence at NYU.
Hosted by New York University, The Scholars at Risk Network (SAR) is an international network of universities and colleges responding to attacks on scholars because of their words, their ideas and their place in society. SAR promotes academic freedom and defends the human rights of scholars and their communities worldwide.
Developed in 2000, the Higher Education Recruitment Consortium (HERC) is a collaborative response of higher education institutions throughout the United States to the many challenges of academic recruitment and retention. Of particular interest to HERC is encouraging diversity at member institutions.