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Neoliberalism has resulted in both preference and support for greater income inequality over the past 25 years, shows a new study by a team of psychology researchers.
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.
Study participants say they don’t trust hired shoppers to select high-quality fruits and vegetables
Research by Steinhardt’s Natalie Brito suggests that infants whose mothers received paid family leave showed greater brain activity in their first three months
Research by GPH’s Jonathan Purtle says that earmarking state taxes on recreational sales is an underused strategy for financing mobile psychiatric crisis units, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, and more.
Seizures of pills containing fentanyl increased 834% between 2018-2021, putting many at risk for unintentional exposure and overdose
NYU Law expert Mark Geistfeld examines the first criminal prosecution of a driver using a driver-assist system, and the landmark legal precedent it sets
Second AHEAD symposium will virtually gather health professionals, policymakers, and the disability community to discuss improving access to oral health care for people with disabilities
The implementation of federally funded sex education programs over a decade ago was followed by a decline in teen births in counties where these programs were implemented. The research offers a long-term assessment of the impact of comprehensive sex education in reducing teen birth rates.
No federal regulation and uneven state paid sick leave laws put workers in certain states and industries at risk