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The New York Times' Cade Metz and NYU's Yann LeCun will discuss Metz’s "Genius Makers: The Mavericks Who Brought AI to Google, Facebook, and the World"--April 9
Laurie Garrett, a Pulitzer-Prize-winning journalist, will deliver “COVID-19: What Comes Next—And the Future of Global Health,” a virtual lecture, on April 13.
NYU's Asian/Pacific/American Institute will host virtual events in April: a book launch for Thuy Linh Nguyen Tu’s "Experiments in Skin: Race and Beauty in the Shadows of Vietnam" and an event showcasing the protect Mauna Kea movement.
The Gallatin Galleries will present “Press Your Ear to the Wind," a series of virtual artist talks that unearth the complexities of climate crises through artworks, conversation, and questioning, March 3, 17, and 31.
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NYU will host “COVID-19 and Inequality,” a virtual panel series that will explore a variety of social problems the pandemic accelerated and made more visible, from health disparities to social distancing and urban segregation to the decline of public goods--Feb. 25-April-22.
NYU will host Joan Roughgarden, a professor emerita at Stanford University, for “The Gender Binary in Nature, Across Human Cultures and in the Bible,” its annual Darwin Lecture, on Tues., Feb. 16.
John Cartwright, president of the Toronto and York Region Labour Council, will discuss the role of workers in a transition from a carbon economy in “Building the Bridge to Recovery: How Workers Can Lead on Climate Justice,” on Fri., Feb. 26.
NYU will host “Animals as Legal Beings,” a webinar featuring University of Victoria Law Professor Maneesha Deckha discussing her proposed new legal category aimed at protecting animals, on Fri., Feb. 19.
The Gallatin Galleries is presenting "(Middle) Passage for Dreams", a multi-channel video installation, through April 7.