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New York University will host author Salman Rushdie for “Can/Must Good Art Be Politically Correct?”—a live-streamed conversation on the role of satire in the public sphere with George Washington University Professor Lisa Page—on Wed., March 30, 6:30 p.m.
NYU will host authors Zadie Smith and Jeffrey Eugenides for a conversation on their lives in publishing on Thurs., March 31, 6 p.m. at its Washington, DC Academic Center.
NYU will host Grammy-winning saxophonist Joe Lovano for a conversation on his career in the music industry on Sat., Feb. 20, 1 p.m. at its Washington, DC Academic Center.
NYU will host “Social Justice and Religion in the Age of Pope Francis,” a video-linked panel discussion hosted by NYU’s Washington, DC and Buenos Aires academic sites, on Wed., Sept. 30, 6:30 p.m. EDT.
NYU's DC Academic Center will host “The Islamic Republic of Iran: Peacemaker or Revolutionary?”—a panel discussion featuring experts from the diplomatic, academic, and advocacy worlds—on Thurs., March 12, 7 p.m.
The findings show that millions of families in China face substantial financial constraints in their children’s preschool attendance, particularly in rural areas -- and call for government investment to address this challenge.
The New York University-East China Normal University Institute for Social Development at NYU Shanghai develops a descriptive understanding of children’s condition in contemporary China.
Approximately 18,000 Offered Spots in Next Fall’s Freshman Class Across All Campuses. Seventh Year of Record Number of Applications; First Time NYU Exceeds 50,000.
A livecast of this Sept. 30 panel discussion about the changing field of policy policy locally and globally will be available online for those unable to attend the event at NYU Washington DC.
Student teams from all 14 NYU global sites competed for more than $37,000 in cash and prizes as part of the second annual Bickel & Brewer – NYU Global Debate Competition held during the 2012-13 academic year. The competition is made possible through a gift from The Bickel & Brewer Foundation.