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Latest Stories in 2018

"Springing forward" and losing that hour of sleep isn't just annoying—it can actually be dangerous.
NYU Steinhardt professor Dr. Natalie Brito launched Háblame Bebé, a free educational mobile application developed to coach Spanish-speaking parents on how to support bilingualism in their children and give language nutrition to their infants and toddlers.
Large-scale field experiment sees credit-score awareness as path to improved financial health.
New York University's Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) at NYU Tisch School of the Arts launches the second issue of Adjacent, an online journal of emerging media.
Compared to white Americans, African Americans are disproportionately affected by mental illnesses. New York University professor Norissa Williams found one healthcare model which can help change that and increase access and utilization of mental health services by African Americans.
NYU will host a screening of HBO’s “King in the Wilderness,” a documentary, preceded by a panel discussion, that explores the final years of the life of Martin Luther King Jr., on Mon., April 9.
Funding to Support Research on Opioid Epidemic, Ending HIV/AIDS Among People Who Use Drugs, and More
New York University’s Safe NYU mobile campus safety app now offers assistance worldwide at the touch of an icon.
The Creative Writing Program’s Spring 2018 Reading Series concludes with events in April and May featuring Daniel Alarcón (April 12), Edmund White (April 26), and Dorothea Lasky (April 27), among others.
NYU King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center will host Rodolfo Llinás, Chairman Emeritus of the Neuroscience and Physiology department at the NYU School of Medicine for a lecture on Spanish Nobel Prize winner Santiago Ramón y Cajal (March 6); Argentinean poet María Negroni (March 21) and Argentinian novelist Alan Pauls (March 28) for readings of their work; and more in March at its 53 Washington Square South location (betw. Sullivan and Thompson Streets).