The Asian/Pacific/American Institute will host a symposium to mark 120 years since 1898—the end of the Spanish-American War and the beginning of the U.S. “imperial moment”—on Fri., Nov. 16.
Neuroscientist Wendy Suzuki will deliver “A Love Affair with the Brain: A Story in Two Generations" on Tues., Oct. 30
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NYU President Andrew Hamilton today announced the appointment of Robert Cashion as NYU's Sr. Vice President for University Development and Alumni Relations.
The Center for Ancient Studies will host “Transforming Classics: 150 Years of Classical Studies in New York,” a November 13 symposium that will consider the discipline’s impact on art, education, and performance in New York City.
The Creative Writing Program’s Fall 2018 Reading Series continues in November with events featuring Terrance Hayes and Joshua Beckman (Nov. 8) as well as Mary Karr (Nov. 9), among others.
The Asian/Pacific/American Institute celebrates the launch of the Virtual Asian American Art Museum with a symposium, “Artists in New York,” on Thurs., Nov. 8.
NYU President Andrew Hamilton and Provost Katherine Fleming today convened a new working group to carry out new measures to make NYU more sustainable. In 2018-19, this will include installing NYU’s first rooftop photovoltaic array, capital commitments to make NYU buildings more energy efficient, and steps in food and retail facilities, among others.
The 2nd Annual NYC Food Tank Summit (SOLD OUT) aims to find high-impact solutions to food waste. Dan Barber, Dickie Brennan, J.J. Johnson, Tim Ma, Marion Nestle, Questlove, Roy Steiner, Rhea Suh, Ben Tinker, Haile Thomas, & more among all-star lineup on October 3.
This new speaker series is part of NYU Steinhardt’s Educational Leadership Program in the Department of Administration, Leadership, and Technology.
The Asian/Pacific/American Institute will host events in October centering on migration, refugees, and the politics of sanctuary: a screening of the award-winning documentary "Out of State" and a celebration of the only known literary work written by an indentured laborer in the Anglophone Caribbean.