Latest Stories in February
Tisch Alums Win Oscars for Best Picture and Best Foreign Film
Feb 29, 2016
Steve Golin and László Nemes, alumni of the Kanbar Institute of Film and Television at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, walked away with Oscars at the 88th annual Academy Award presentation, held last night in Hollywood, California.
Bookstore to Feature Poetry, Book Readings, a User’s Guide for Privacy & More in March
Feb 26, 2016
The New York University Bookstore will host events in March featuring a book reading (March 8), poetry readings (March 7 & March 24), the authors of Obfuscation: A User's Guide for Privacy and Protest (March 22), and more.
Prolonged Death of Light from Supernovae May Serve as Invaluable Cosmology Tool
Feb 24, 2016
Three years after its explosion, a Type Ia supernova continues to shine brighter than expected, a team of scientists has found—a discovery that could also potentially reveal the mechanics behind these explosions.
Environmental Studies' Jacquet Receives Pew Marine Conservation Fellowship to Study Fisheries Policies
Feb 24, 2016
Jennifer Jacquet, an assistant professor in the Department of Environmental Studies, has received a Pew Fellowship in Marine Conservation to examine the feasibility of altering fisheries policies on the high seas.
Christine Vachon Named Fusion Film Festival “Woman of the Year”
Feb 23, 2016
Kiiller Film's Christine Vachon – producer of such iconic independent films as 'Still Alice,' 'Boys Don’t Cry,' and 'Carol' - has been named the Fusion “Woman of the Year” for 2016. The award presentation will be part of the Festival’s three days of screenings and panels celebrating women creators in film, TV, and New Media beginning Thursday, March 3 and running through Saturday, March 5.