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"Our findings suggest that an intervention that alters a child’s ability to delay, but fails to change more general cognitive and behavioral capacities, will probably have very small effects on later outcomes" - Dr.Watts
Myriam Sbeiti graduated at the top of her class from NYU Tandon (2018) with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering.
Celebrating its 21st season, New Plays for Young Audiences will stage rehearsed readings of three new plays exploring migration through a magical travelling band, violence in society, and Martin Luther King Jr’s formative years.
Top findings from the past month.
The Institute for Public Knowledge will host “Beautiful Games? Putting the World Back in the World Cup,” a one-day symposium on the global phenomenon that is the World Cup, on Thurs., June 7.
A comprehensive Steinhardt course on school safety presents educators-in-training with case studies drawn from real schools.
Each under 15-minutes long, the operas were created by students in the NYU Tisch Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program's Opera Lab and will be performed by professional opera singers with piano accompaniment.
The summit on June 1 will assemble leaders, scholars and policy makers from various sectors to discuss ways to improve the systems and opportunities that support vulnerable youth in New York City.
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Felsten Fishman Family Foundation are funding new fellowships for students in the Science, Health, and Environmental Reporting Program at the Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute.
NYU’s Glucksman Ireland House will host a symposium Tuesday, May 22, 2018 to honor Professor J. Joseph Lee.