Latest Stories in March
NYU to Host “Common Ground: The Intertwined Relationship Between Blacks and Jews”—April 11
Mar 18, 2013
NYU will host, “Common Ground: The Intertwined Relationship between Black and Jews,” a panel discussion featuring Pulitzer-Prize-winning historian David Levering Lewis, author Walter Mosley, and anthropologist Nicole Lapierre, on Thursday, April 11.
Earth’s Interior Cycles a Contributor to Long-Term Sea-Level and Climate Change, NYU and Carleton U. Scientists Conclude
Mar 18, 2013
Ancient rises in sea levels and global warming are partially attributable to cyclical activity below the earth’s surface, researchers from NYU and Ottawa’s Carleton University have concluded in an analysis of geological studies.
NYU Tisch To Host NY 2013 EMP Pop Music Conference April 18-19
Mar 15, 2013
Registration officially opened today for the 2013 EMP Pop Music Conference, hosted by the Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music and the Department of Performance Studies at Tisch. The annual conference, which draws together leading scholars, journalists and music industry professionals, will be held this year in five cities simultaneously: New York, Seattle, Los Angeles, New Orleans and Cleveland.
NYU Announces 2013 “Purple List” Selections, Recognizing Seven Best Pre-Production Screenplays at NYU Grad Film
Mar 14, 2013
New York University’s Graduate Film Program today announced the 2013 selections on this year’s prestigious Purple List, a short list of the best screenplays generated from the NYU Graduate Film program. Purple List selections are made annually by industry experts, which this year included Sundance Labs’ Rachel Chanoff, IFP Labs’ Amy Dotson, actor Peter Dinklage (Game of Thrones), filmmaker Karyn Kusama and cinematographer Chris Manley (Mad Men).