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A new paper on college science classes taught remotely points to teaching methods that enhance student communication and collaboration, offering a framework for enriching online instruction.
NYU’s Rebecca Brett, a senior in Global Liberal Studies, has been named a George J. Mitchell Scholar, which will provide her with a year of postgraduate study at a university in Ireland or Northern Ireland.
Anthropologist Lila Abu-Lughod will discuss how agendas to combat violence against women and gender-based violence have been taken up as tools of state sovereignty and global security on Tue., Dec. 3.
International Whitman Week, a celebration of the poet 200 years after his birth that will include a series of seminars, tours, and performances as well as a one-day symposium, will be held at venues in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and West Hills, New York, Walt Whitman’s birthplace, May 27 through June 1.
Nathan Wolfe, author of "The Viral Storm", will give a public talk on Virus Hunting and Exploratory Research on Fri., March 29.
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NYU is among the top 10 nation-wide in the selection of both Fulbright scholars and students this year, the U.S. State Department program has announced.
NYU will host “The Black Experience in America,” a month-long series of dialogues aimed at illuminating how Black people navigate, dialogue, and make sense of their daily lives in the United States.
A statement by NYU spokesman John Beckman, Sr. VP for Public Affairs, on Milo Yiannopoulos' guest speaking appearance in a course taught by Professor Michael Rectenwald.