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Afghan Students Association

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African Heritage Month
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African Students Union
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Agape Week Planning Committee
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American Civil Liberties Union @ NYU
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Amnesty International
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Anatolian Culture Club (ACC)
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Arab Students United
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Armenian Hokee
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Asian American Christian Fellowship
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Asian American Women's Alliance
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Asian Business Society
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Asian Cultural Union
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Asian Heritage Month
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Asian Pacific American Student Alliance
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Asian Pacific American Law Students Association (APALSA)
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· Phone: 212.998.6575
40 Washington Square South · Rm. 110

APALSA was founded in 1978 to serve the needs of the Asian Pacific American (APA) law student community and now has over 140 current members and alumni throughout the world.


Association of Black Faculty, Administrators, and Staff (ABFAS)
Co-Chair: Grace Cambridge · Phone: 212.998.8701

The Association provides opportunities for new and returning faculty, administrators, and staff to interact with each other and to reaffirm their commitment and support


Association of Hispanic and Black Business Students
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Stern School of Business · 44 West 4th Street · Rm. 650
This organization is at the Stern School of Business open to all Stern students interested in Black and Latino cultures.


Atheists, Agnostics and Freethinkers
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Baha'i Club @ NYU
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Black Allied Law Students Association (BALSA)
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40 Washington Square South · Rm. 110 · Phone: 212.998.6575
New York University School of Law is the home of the founding BALSA chapter, established over twenty-eight years ago to promote the advancement of black law students.


Black, Latino, Asian Pacific American Law Alumni Association (BLAPA)
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161 Avenue of the Americas · 5th Floor · Phone: 212.998.6487
BLAPA is the umbrella organization for all of NYU School of Law's alumni of color. BLAPA seeks to more fully involve alumni, students, and faculty of color in the educational, social, and intellectual life of the Law School.


Baptist Student Union
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Bella Quisqueya
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Bengali Student Association
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Bioethics Forum at NYU
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Biracial and Multiracial Students Association
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Buddhist Student Association
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Campus Antiwar Network
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Campus Crusade for Christ
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Caribbean Students Association
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Catholic Graduate and Law Students Association
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Center for Global Health (CGH)
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· Web Address· Phone: 212.263.8118 · Fax: 212.263.8946
Center for Global Health · NYU School of Medicine · Department of Medicine · Bellevue Hospital · 462 First Avenue

Located within the NYU School of Medicine, the center is dedicated to educating and developing health professionals to respond to global health threats and humanitarian disasters. CGH offers interdisciplinary training and education programs for medical residents, graduate students, health and humanitarian practitioners, providing opportunities to conduct applied research in immigrant communities and abroad.


Center for Immigrant Health
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· Web Address· Phone: 212.263.8783 · Fax: 212.263.8234
Division of Primary Care · NYU School of Medicine · 550 First Avenue, OBV · CD-402

Located within the NYU School of Medicine, the center offers research, outreach and education, information dissemination, and program and policy development.


Center for International Cooperation (CIC)
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· Web Address· Phone: 212.998.3680 · Fax: 212.995.4706
418 Lafayette Street · Suite 543

The Center on International Cooperation at New York University works to enhance international responses to humanitarian crises and global security threats through applied research and direct engagement with multilateral institutions and the wider policy community. It has an international reputation for agenda-setting work on post-conflict peacebuilding, global peace operations, and UN reform.


Center for Research on Culture, Development and Education
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· Web Address· Phone: 212.998.5805 · Fax: 212.995.3918
Kimball Hall · 246 Greene Street, 5R

Within the Steinhardt School, the Center for Research on Culture, Education and Human Development, conducts research, publishes papers and books as well as organizes colloquiums and talks on issues related to diversity and education, particularly in public schools.


Center for the Study of Asian American Health
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· Web Address· Phone: 212.263.3072 · Fax: 212.263.2133
Mailing Address: Center for the Study of Asian American Health · NYU School of Medicine · 550 First Avenue, MSB-153 · NY, NY 10016
Physical Address: Bellevue Hospital Center · 462 First Avenue (Between 27th & 28th Streets) · New York, NY 10016

The Center for the Study of Asian American Health, within NYU School of Medicine, offers comprehensive evaluation and treatment of health care problems affecting Asian American communities.


Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality (CSGS)
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· Web Address · Phone: 212.992.9540 · Fax: 212.995.4433
41 East 11th Street, Rm. 710


Chabad at NYU
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Chinese Culture Club
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Chinese Mei Society
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Chinese Student Society
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Christian Inter-Fellowship Council
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Coalition for Legal Recruiting (CoLR) - School of Law
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· Phone: 212.998.6575
40 Washington Square South, Rm.110

The Coalition for Legal Recruiting is a coalition of New York University School of Law students groups which formed out of a mutual concern for the lack of diversity in NYU School of Law's tenure-track academic faculty. CoLR seeks to heighten awareness of this issue both among the student body and among the faculty.


College Democrats
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College Republicans
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Commission on Gender, Race, and Social Justice
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Within the Steinhardt School of Education, the Commission on Gender, Race, and Social Justice is committed to challenging oppression and discrimination in their many forms through teaching, scholarship, and other academic pursuits. The Commission seeks to encourage inter-faculty discussion and teaching concerning social justice.


Compass Koinonia
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Cuban American Student Association
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Dean's Committee on Women - School of Medicine
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The purpose and charge of the Committee is to proactively identify and address issues of concern to women at all levels at NYU Medical Center, create a forum for empowering women to take leadership roles, and advise the Dean in promoting institutional change related to improving the work environment for women.

 

Edgar M. Bronfman Center for Jewish Student Life
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· Web Address · Phone: 212.998.4123 · Fax: 212.995.4774
7 East 10th Street

The Bronfman Center offers cultural, social, social justice, arts, religious, and Israel-related programs.


Earth Matters
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Ethnic Conglomeration of New York
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Every Nation Campus Ministry
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European Business Society
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Free Culture
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Freedoms 4 North Korea (F4NK)
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Graduate Students of Color Network
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Gesher
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Haitian American Students Association
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Hawaii Club
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Hellenic Heritage Association
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Hillel: The Jewish Culture Foundation @ NYU
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Hindu Students Council
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Hong Kong Student Association
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Il Circolo Italiano
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Informed Democracy
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International Activities Club
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International Filipino Association
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InterVarsity Christian Fellowship
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Iranian Jewish Club
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Ireland House Student Association
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Islamic Center
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Islamic Center at NYU
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· Phone: 212.998.4712
Thompson Center · 238 Thompson Street · Basement Level

The Islamic Center offers community education initiatives, employment advice, graduate student organizations, lectures by prominent scholars, men's and women's intramural sports teams, weekend camps and retreats, social gatherings and themed events and programs.


Islamic Law Students Association (ILSA)
Co-Chair: Binish Hasan ·
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Co-Chair: Nilufar Rashid Hassain · Email
Web Address · 40 Washington Square South · Rm. 110
ILSA seeks to foster a community and serve the social, religious, and intellectual needs of the Muslim students at the New York University School of Law.

 

Japan International
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Japanese Business Association
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Japanese Graduate Student Organization
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Jewish Students Association
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Korean Graduate Students Association
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Kesher
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KOACH: Conservative Judaism at NYU
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Korea Campus Crusade for Christ
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Korean Catholics United
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Korean International Students Organization
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Korean Students Association
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Krishna Bhakti Club
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La Herencia Latina
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Latin American Business Association
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Latino Law Students Association (LaLSA)
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· Phone: 212.998.6575
40 Washington Square South, Rm. 110

LaLSA supports Latino students and provides opportunities for NYU School of Law students to be a part of and serve the wider Latino community.


Latter-Day Saint Students Association
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Le Cercle Francais
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LUCHA (Latinos Unidos Con Honor y Amistad)
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Malaysian and Indonesian Student Society
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Metropolitan Center for Urban Education (Metro Center)
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· Phone: 212.998.5100 · Fax: 212.995.4199
726 Broadway · Rm. 510

The Metropolitan Center within Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development offers technical assistance to schools, applied research and services for students.


Middle Eastern Law Students Association (MELSA)
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40 Washington Square South · Rm. 110 · Phone: 212.998.6575
The Middle Eastern Law Students Association provides a support and networking system for the community of law students who are of Middle Eastern descent, including Arab, North African, Iranian, Turkish, Kurdish and Armenian students.


Middle-Eastern Sustained Dialogue Group
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Multiracial Law Students Association (MuLSA)
40 Washington Square South, Rm. 110 · Phone: 212.998.6575

The Multiracial Law Students Association (MuLSA) seeks to provide a forum to address the unique issues confronting multiracial students as they prepare to join the legal profession.


Muslim Graduate Student Group (MGSG)
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National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
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National Organization of Women (NOW)
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Native Peoples Forum
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Navigators (ecumenical)
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Newman Club (Catholic UG)
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NY Ukrainians
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NYU Women's Initiative
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Phone: 212.998.6422
One of the NYU Alumni groups, the NYU Women's Initiative engages over 176,000 NYU alumnae in the intellectual, cultural, and educational life of the University. Programs and events featuring outstanding NYU faculty and alumnae provide graduates opportunities to return to the University, meet prominent leaders and scholars, and continue lifelong learning.
Main Contact: Lauren Carrescia, Assistant Director, Alumni Relations

 

Objectivist Club
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Organization of Black Women
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OutClass @ Stern
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OUTLaw
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40 Washington Square South · Rm. 110 · Phone: 212.998.6575
OUTLaw is an organization for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender law students, as well as their supporters and friends. OUTLaw is one of the largest, most respected, and most active organizations of its kind in the nation.


Oxfam America
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Pakistani Students Association
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Pax Christi
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Persian Cultural Society
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Polish Club @ NYU
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Political Spectrum
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Pride Month
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Queer Union
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Remnant Christian Fellowship, The (Presbyterian)
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Rhythmic Impulse at NYU
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Roosevelt Institution at NYU
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Russian Club
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Shalhevet at NYU
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Shuruq
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Saving All Kids Everywhere (SAKE)
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Scientists and Engineers for America
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Singapore Students Association
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Socialists
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South Asian Business Association
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South Asian Law Students Association (SALSA)
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40 Washington Square South · Rm. 110 · Phone: 212.998.6575
SALSA was formed in 1994 in order to address the needs of students of South Asian origin at NYU School of Law.


South Asian Students Association - SHRUTI
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Stern in Africa
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Stern Women in Business (SWIB)
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40 Washington Square South · Rm. 110 · Phone: 212.998.6575
Stern Women in Business is an organization that promotes female students' personal and professional development by providing networking and social interaction opportunities with Stern students, faculty, administrators, and alumni, as well as the outside business community.


Student Enrichment for Academic Development (SEAD)
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Stern School of Business · 40 West 4th Street · Suite 800
Open to all undergraduate students of Leonard N. Stern School of Business. SEAD offers group tutoring, communal mentoring, interactive discussions, community service, diverse panels, cultural excursions, job recruitment and the Young Leaders mentorship program


Student World Assembly
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Students of African Descent Alliance (SADA) - Wagner School of Public Service
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The Wagner Students of African Descent Alliance (SADA) initiates dialogues, educational forums, and service endeavors related to communities of African descent.


Students of Color Alliance
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Students Creating Radical Change
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Students for a Democratic Society
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Students for Education and Animal Liberation
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Students for Justice in Palestine
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Students Taking Action Now Darfur (STAND)
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Taiwanese American Student Society
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Taiwanese Student Association
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Thai Students Association
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United Sikh Association
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Value Creation Society
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Vietnamese Student Association
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Voices for Choice
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Whats Up
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Women in Computing
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WinC was founded in October 2005 and is sponsored by the Computer Science Department at New York University. WinC has worked with companies such as IBM, Google, Morgan Stanley and Microsoft to organize recruiting and internship events, academic panels, technical workshops, company visits, programming contests, and scholarships to support members. WinC's main mission is to support women interested in computers and technology by providing an environment to encourage them and activities to inspire them. All University students, faculty, staff and alumni who are interested in technology are welcome to join WinC, regardless of gender or field of study. Individuals from the surrounding community and those from companies that are interested in sponsoring WinC's activities are also welcome.


Women of Color Policy Network
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The network, part of the Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, conducts research and collects data on policies impacting women of color in the areas of employment, poverty, welfare, incarceration, and health; the Network also works with policy makers to help provide them with data to improve their decision making.


Women's Faculty Caucus
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The FAS Women's Faculty Caucus is a faculty advocacy group in the School of Arts and Science at NYU. It is open to any and all interested faculty, with its purpose to create and maintain a hospitable environment for women faculty, and to enhance the scholarship and growth.


World Health Initiative
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Labor Day Parade In 1912, hundreds of women marched in the city's Labor Day parade rally in Washington Square to proclaim their rights as workers and citizens.

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Havana In December 1999, NYU became the first U.S. film school to screen works in Havana. Tisch School of the Arts was the first American film school to be invited to screen works at the Festival Internacional del Nuevo Cine Latinoamericano, a major showcase for Latin American filmmakers that draws an audience of 500,000.

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