Latest Stories in 2022
The Pandemic and the Presidential Election: Feeling Certain about the Future Can Predict Poor Information-Seeking and Antisocial Behaviors
May 4, 2022
Those who feel certain about what the future of the COVID-19 pandemic would entail are more likely to both ignore medical experts and to adhere to conspiracy theories while those who were certain about the outcome of the 2020 presidential election were more likely to contend that it was rigged.
The Fashion Designers Who Worked “Behind the Seams” at the White House
May 2, 2022
A new digital exhibition—curated by NYU Steinhardt Costume Studies graduate student Maegan Jenkins in collaboration with the White House Historical Association—spotlights eight women designers who inspired a century of White House fashion
Troy McKenzie Appointed as Dean of NYU School of Law
Apr 29, 2022
NYU President Andrew Hamilton and Provost Katherine Fleming today named Troy McKenzie--the Cecelia Goetz Professor of Law, Faculty Co-Director of the NYU Law Institute of Judicial Administration, and Faculty Co-Director of the NYU Law Center on Civil Justice--as Dean of the NYU School of Law.
Radiologists, AI Systems Show Differences in Breast-Cancer Screenings, New Case Study Finds
Apr 28, 2022
Radiologists and artificial intelligence systems yield significant differences in breast-cancer screenings, revealing the potential value of using both human and AI methods in making medical diagnoses.