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Two NYU students and two of the university’s alumni have been selected as 2017 Schwarzman Scholars, an honor that will support master’s degree study at Tsinghua University in Beijing.
Three NYU students representing two countries, Canada and the United Arab Emirates, have been selected as Rhodes Scholars: Dubai Abulhoul (UAE) and Guillaume Sylvain (Canada), seniors at NYU Abu Dhabi, and Melissa Godin (Canada), a senior in NYU’s Global Liberal Studies Program.
Different groups of neurons program biological clocks to orchestrate our behaviors by sending messages in a unidirectional manner downstream, a team of biologists has found.
NYU Abu Dhabi researchers have developed a map of genetic changes across the genome of date palms. They have also established genetic differences between Middle Eastern and North African date palms, an important discovery that sheds light on that long elusive question.
New York University today announces the creation of Global TIES for Children: Transforming Intervention Effectiveness and Scale, an international research center that designs, evaluates, and advises on programs and policies to improve the lives of children and youth in the most vulnerable regions across the globe.
NYU biologists have uncovered new ways our biological clock’s neurons use electrical activity to help keep behavioral rhythms in order. The findings, which appear in the journal Current Biology, also point to fresh directions for exploring sleep disorders and related afflictions.
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NYU today announced that it had another record year for freshman applications: a total of 43,728 men and women applied for spots in NYU’s class of 2016 at both its New York and Abu Dhabi campuses, exceeding last year’s record for total applications of 42,242. NYU has now received a record-number of applications for five consecutive years.
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New York University (NYU) and the Paris School of Economics (PSE) have announced a global partnership that will create a faculty exchange program between the two institutions. In addition to facilitating faculty and research collaboration between the schools, the partnership will bring members of the PSE faculty to teach courses in NYU's global network, beginning at NYU Abu Dhabi this fall.
Martin Lipton, Chair of NYU’s Board of Trustees ; John Sexton, President of NYU; and Yu Lizhong, President of ECNU -- on behalf of ECNU, the Shanghai Municipal Education Commission and Pudong Special District -- today announced that they have reached an agreement to create NYU Shanghai, a comprehensive, degree-granting, liberal arts campus in China’s financial capital.
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NYU today announced that it had another record year for freshman applications: 42,242 men and women applied for spots in NYU’s class of 2015, exceeding last year’s record for total applications by 11 percent. Applications for freshman admission to NYU have more than quadrupled over the past two decades.