Latest Stories in 2018
Making Decisions Over Prolonged Periods Doesn’t Diminish Accuracy, New Study Finds
Nov 20, 2018
Making good decisions typically involves gathering information over at least several seconds, much longer than the time that individual brain cells take to process their inputs. However, this disparity does not reduce our ability to make accurate choices, finds a new study by NYU neuroscientists.
Russian Trolls Relied on Local News More than Fake News in 2016 Presidential Election, New Analysis Finds
Nov 19, 2018
The Internet Research Agency, a Russia-based group of Internet trolls, relied on local news more than it did fake news to disrupt the 2016 presidential election, finds a new analysis by NYU's Social Media and Political Participation lab.
NYU to Set Up a Program in Los Angeles for Students in the Arts and Creative Professions
Nov 15, 2018
NYU – home to some of the most respected programs in the cinematic and performing arts, emerging media, technology, and business entertainment, and widely known for its extensive global presence – will be launching a new program in Los Angeles.
"Spanish Cinema Days" to Showcase Emerging and Established Contemporary Filmmakers, Dec. 7-9 at NYU’s King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center
Nov 15, 2018
NYU’s King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center and PRAGDA present "Spanish Cinema Days", a film festival showcasing the best of contemporary Spanish cinema from 2016-2018 (free and open to the public).
Grant Supports NYU Center’s “Fathers Raising Responsible Men” Research Project in the Bronx
Nov 14, 2018
William T. Grant Foundation grant supports a novel father-son intervention whose objective is to reduce sexual risk behavior and improve future life chances for male adolescents residing in communities of concentrated inequality.