NYU Alumni Connect September 2017
September 15, 2017
Relive NYU Alumni Moments!
NYU is full of defining moments. Now you can relive all your favorite memories with the NYU Alumni video hub.
Remembering the Inspiring Life of Edith Windsor (GSAS ’57)
According to the New York Times, Edith Windsor (GSAS ’57), the gay-rights activist whose landmark Supreme Court case struck down the Defense of Marriage Act in 2013 and granted same-sex married couples federal recognition for the first time and rights to myriad federal benefits, died on Tuesday in Manhattan. She was 88. Windsor received the NYU Alumni Association’s Eugene J. Keogh Award for Distinguished Public Service in 2014.
Convergence 2017 | NYU All Alumni Art Exhibition
NYU’s Kimmel Galleries celebrates NYU visual artist alumni with the Inaugural All-Alumni Artist Exhibition on view now through January 15, 2018. Included in this dynamic exhibition are works from NYU graduates of Steinhardt, Tisch, Stern, Wagner, Gallatin, and the Graduate School of Arts and Science.
Rising in the Rankings
New York University cracked the top 30 on the national university list in the latest U.S. News & World Report. Since 2011, NYU has also risen 33 spots in Times Higher Education’s World University Rankings (at #27 for 2018).
Register Now for the Pan-Asia Alumni Conference
The 2017 NYU Pan-Asia Alumni Conference: Investment Opportunities in Japan will take place in Tokyo, Japan on Saturday, December 2, 2017. Join your fellow NYU alumni for an exciting program and special dinner at the Tokyo American Club.
Be Part of the Momentum
Unlock potential and unleash ambition by supporting a student as part of the Momentum Campaign, an ambitious effort to raise $1 billion exclusively dedicated to generating scholarships.
Photos from Recent Events
Events for NYU alumni—like NYU Alumni Club in Hong Kong's annual boat cruise, pictured on the 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.
What Allies Today Could Learn from 'Suffragents' Who Helped Women Win the Vote
Journalism professor Brooke Kroeger finds lessons for contemporary activists in the story of the largely forgotten Men's League for Woman Suffrage.