The federal government’s failure to contain COVID-19 echoes previous failures over the past three decades, according to research by NYU Wagner professor Paul C. Light
The recommendations covered areas ranging from child care and universal preschool to college access and debt relief.
Men are more likely than are women to be seen as “brilliant,” finds a new study measuring global perceptions linked to gender.
NYU Steinhardt's Okhee Lee honored by the National Science Teaching Association as recipient of its Distinguished Service to Science Education Award.
NYU Steinhardt's Rachel Fish has been selected as a 2020 NAEd fellow.
Through New Training Program Funding, ‘Bridging the Gap’ Aims to Expand Dental Workforce with Skills and Commitment to Patients with Disabilities and Complex Medical Conditions
A new study finds that the gender disparity in physics, engineering, and computer science is not caused by higher math or science achievement among men.
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Professor Marion Kaplan's new book traces the "emotional history" of Jewish refugees in Portugal.
The NYU Center for Latino Adolescent and Family Health at the Silver School of Social Work will implement and evaluate an innovative community-centered approach to help prevent HIV and substance misuse by minority youth.
An exhibit at NYU's Institute for the Study of the Ancient World tears open the human effort that went into making Babylon's Ishtar Gate.