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The New York University Alumni Association (NYUAA) announced Saturday Night Live actress Molly Shannon will join the NYU community on Alumni Day 2016 to discuss her six-year run on Saturday Night Live and newly released film, Other People. Earlier that day recently inaugurated NYU President Andrew Hamilton will update alumni during his first annual State of the University address.
Week-long event will feature a series of engaging activities with food experts and renowned chefs.
Weeklong series of events seeks to examine and display the many ways artists can profoundly influence social justice and community understanding
NYU will host Dario Nardella, the mayor of Florence, Armando Varricchio, Italy’s ambassador to the U.S., and others for “Protecting Cultural Heritage in an Uncertain Time,” an Oct. 26 symposium at its Washington, DC Academic Center.
On Friday, October 14 the NYU Center for Cybersecurity will host “Women Leaders in Cybersecurity: Closing the Gender Gap,” a conference that will take an interdisciplinary approach to explore opportunities for cybersecurity careers, discuss cross-sector approaches to cybersecurity, and encourage mentoring and power-brokering to address the gender gap in this important field.
A film documenting a landmark technology exhibition at the 1964 Worlds Fair was recently discovered by Robert Anen, a graduate student in New York University’s Moving Image Archiving and Preservation (MIAP) program, while interning at Indiana University.
Cornell Brooks, president and CEO of the NAACP, will join NYU Steinhardt and the Presidio Institute for a town hall discussion on civil rights, education, and leadership on Wednesday, Oct. 19 at 6 p.m.
The project will generate information to enable state, regional, and local applicants to gain access to relevant federal programs and advance their economic development goals.
Eric D. Cohen, 2015 MFA/MBA graduate, was selected for his screenplay, "The Radioactive Boy Scout," based on the true tale of a boy who built a nuclear reactor in his back yard.
The New Yorker’s Jelani Cobb will discuss “Race, Citizenship, and the 2016 Election,” in a conversation with NYU historian Greg Grandin, on Thurs., Oct. 27, 6:30 p.m. at Judson Memorial Church.