NYU Alumni Connect February 2018
February 15, 2018
The Revolution is Now
Spike Lee (TSOA ’82, HON ’98) accepted the 2018 Humanitarian Award at NYU MLK Week.
Meet the Board: Barry J. Heyman, Esq (STEINHARDT ’94)
Barry is the founding and principal attorney of Heyman Law, a boutique law firm established in 2004 with practice areas focusing on business, entertainment, fashion, intellectual property, new media, and real estate. In addition to his law practice, he is a DJ, who performs at the Rubin Museum of Art in NYC.
NYU Alumni Oscar Winner & Nominees
Congratulations to our NYU alumni 2018 Oscar winner, Mark Bridges (TSOA ’87), and all the nominees! Special congratulations to Rachel Morrison (TSOA ’00), who made history this year as the first woman to be nominated for Best Cinematography; and Dee Rees (TSOA ’07), the first African American woman nominated for writing an adapted screenplay.
Congratulations to the NYU Alumni Grammy Winners & Nominees!
Momentum: Unlocking Potential, Unleashing Ambition.
Many of the best students in the world seek an NYU education in pursuit of personal dreams to advance scientific knowledge, identify cures for degenerative diseases, tell stories through art and film, and find innovative solutions for sustainable urban development. Help our students unlock their ambition and extend NYU’s impact throughout the world.
Save the Date for NYU Alumni Global Day of Service
NYU alumni have shaped the 21st century as creative, thoughtful, and engaged citizens “in and of the city,” and now, too, “in and of the world.” Save the date for the 2018 NYU Alumni Global Day of Service on Saturday, April 28, and join your fellow alumni to make a difference in NYC, throughout the US, and at sites around the globe.
Photos from Recent Alumni Events
Events for NYU alumni—like President Hamilton's recent visit to NYU Abu Dhabi, pictured left—take place almost every day at locations in the New York City metro area, across the US, and around the world. Check out photos from recent events on Flickr.
January 2018 in NYU Research
An NYU College of Global Public Health analysis deemed a federal junk food tax both legally and economically viable—in the form of an excise tax paid by manufacturers rather than a sales tax paid by consumers.