Latest Stories in June
Report by NYU Professor Recommends Way to Create a 'High-Performance' Federal Government
Jun 21, 2011
U.S. Sen. Mark R. Warner (D-VA), former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul A. Volcker, and Paul C. Light, a professor at the Robert F. Wagner School of Public Service at NYU, have released a comprehensive new blueprint for top-to-bottom reforms of the federal bureaucracy.
Two NYU College of Nursing-Affiliated Members to be Inducted as 2011 Fellows at American Academy of Nursing
Jun 21, 2011
New York University College of Nursing faculty member Nancy Van Devanter and NYUCN alumna Kathleen Hickey are among the elite class of 142 nurse leaders to be inducted as Fellows of the American Academy of Nursing at the Academy’s 38th Annual Meeting and Conference on October 15, 2011, in Washington, D.C.
NYU Steinhardt School to Co-Host 8th International Eugene O'Neill Foundation Conference, June 22-26
Jun 20, 2011
The 8th International Eugene O’Neill Conference will take place from June 22 through 26, 2011 at New York University, located in the heart of Greenwich Village surrounding Washington Square Park.
New York University and Paris School of Economics Announce Global Partnership
Jun 17, 2011
New York University (NYU) and the Paris School of Economics (PSE) have announced a global partnership that will create a faculty exchange program between the two institutions. In addition to facilitating faculty and research collaboration between the schools, the partnership will bring members of the PSE faculty to teach courses in NYU's global network, beginning at NYU Abu Dhabi this fall.
Wall Street Journal Asia Fellowship at NYU Awarded to Warangkana Chomchuen of NBC News’ Bangkok Bureau
Jun 14, 2011
Warangkana Chomchuen, a production coordinator in NBC News’ Bangkok bureau, is the winner of the 2011 Wall Street Journal Asia Fellowship. The fellowship provides promising mid-career journalists from Asia the opportunity to participate in the three-semester master of arts program in Business and Economic Reporting at New York University’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute.
Massachusetts' Pioneering Use of Hospital Pay-for-Performance Falls Short of Goals: Study
Jun 13, 2011
Massachusetts’ innovative use of hospital “pay-for-performance” bonuses to try to reduce racial and ethnic disparities in the care of Medicaid patients has turned up no evidence of the problem at any of the state’s 66 acute-care hospitals, according to a new study that raises questions about the effectiveness of the state’s novel approach.