Since our founding in 1831, NYU’s history has been marked as “open to all”. Now as a university that is in and of the city and in and of the world, we continually strive to foster a dynamic and rigorous teaching and learning environment that represents a diversity of viewpoints. As a community of scholars (faculty, students, and staff) that is inclusive of divergent backgrounds and historically underrepresented groups, NYU engages a diversity of viewpoints, perspectives, and approaches.
MLK Oratorical Contest
Honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by performing in the style of orator.
February 2 at 7:00 - 9:00
Join us for an extraordinary group of events at NYU Gallatin this February. Speakers include Lynn C. French, Zanele Muholi, Celia Ipiotis, a live Black Men Can't Jump in Hollywood podcast and more.
All events are free and open to the public.
Please join us on Tuesday, February 16 at 5:30 PM for the College of Arts and Science Bentson Dean’s Lecture "What's So Great About Keeping It Real?" A social critique in African American culture featuring Phillip Brian Harper, Professor of Literature in the NYU Departments of Social and Cultural Analysis and English.
Making Waves is a series of conversations in celebration of NYU Steinhardt’s 125th Anniversary.
March 1 at 6 PM in Kimmel
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