Latest Stories in 2014
Freddie Prinze Jr., Mike Laidaw, and David Gaider Discuss Dragon Age: Inquisition at NYU Game Center Forum, Dec. 4
Dec 3, 2014
The key creative forces behind the high-fantasy role-playing game, Dragon Age: Inquisition, will participate in a public forum at the NYU Game Center on Thursday, December 4 at the NYU Magnet Center in Brooklyn. Released last month by BioWare, Dragon Age: Inquisition is the third iteration in a series of games renowned for combining deep gameplay with rich world building and complex narrative, creating a high-water mark for interactive storytelling.
NYU Researchers Find Silver Lining Playbook for Performance
Dec 1, 2014
If we believe a negative trait we possess is linked to a related positive characteristic, we will be more productive in that domain, New York University researchers have found. Their study establishes a novel “silver lining theory”: negative attributes can produce positive results.
It’s Particle-Hunting Season! NYU Scientists Launch Higgs Hunters Project
Nov 26, 2014
NYU scientists and their colleagues have launched the Higgs Hunters project, which will allow members of the general public to study images recorded at the Large Hadron Collider and to help search for previously unobserved particles.
Tisch Grad Filmmakers Awarded $155,000 In SFFS/KRF Grants
Nov 25, 2014
Two current students and one alumna from the NYU Tisch Graduate Film program were awarded $155,000 in filmmaking grants from the Kenneth Rainin Foundation, in partnership with the San Francisco Film Society. Jonas Carpignano and Chloé Zhao, both of whom are slated to graduate this year, and Elena Greenlee (MFA, ’14) accounted for three of the six filmmakers/filmmaking teams who were granted a total of $300,000 in funding to help with their next stage of their creative process, from screenwriting to post production.