Latest Stories in October
Creative Writing Program to Feature Emma Donoghue, Colm Tóibín, and Charles Simic in November
Oct 15, 2012
The Creative Writing Program’s Fall 2012 Reading Series concludes in November and December with events featuring Emma Donoghue (Nov. 14), Colm Tóibín (Nov. 15), and former Poet Laureate Charles Simic (Nov. 29).
NYU Physicists Recognized for Discovering Novel Spin-Based Memory
Oct 11, 2012
A discovery by NYU physicists that has potential to significantly enhance computer memory has been cited by Applied Physics Letters as “one of the most notable” articles the journal has published over the past four years.
NYU Steinhardt Celebrates 200 Years of Grimms’ Fairy Tales and the Art of Storytelling
Oct 10, 2012
NYU Steinhardt’s Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions, celebrates German brothers, Wilhelm and Jacob Grimm, the brothers who collected and published the first editions the approximately 200 imaginative stories that came to be known as Grimms’ Fairy Tales.
NYU Steinhardt Research: Yoga Boosts Socialization, Mind-Body Connection, and Focus Among Autistic Students
Oct 10, 2012
Study by NYU Steinhardt researcher, Kristie Koenig, says 16-week yoga reginmen resulted in a significant decrease in aggressive behavior, social withdrawal, and hyperactivity for Autistic students attending District 75’s P. 176X in the Bronx. The school serves the largest population of students on the Autism Spectrum in the nation.
“The Cookbook Book: Why Books and Benchmarks Matter” a Panel Discussion at NYU, October 25th
Oct 9, 2012
New York University’s Fales Library and Special Collections, the home of the nation’s largest collection in food studies, is celebrating the publication of its first cookbook anthology: 101 Classic Cookbooks 501 Classic Recipes, edited by Marvin J. Taylor and Clark Wolf (Rizzoli New York) with a panel discussion, entitled “The Cookbook Book: Why Books and Benchmarks Matter.”
“Becoming a Ballerina,” Co-Authored by Gallatin’s Friedman, Chronicles Childhood Dreams—and Realities
Oct 8, 2012
Fiona Wada-Gill has landed the role of Clara in the Boston Ballet’s “The Nutcracker.” Her journey, from her audition through opening night in 2010, is told through "Becoming a Ballerina: A Nutcracker Story," co-authored by Gallatin's Lise Friedman.