New York University College of Dentistry (NYUCD) has received a sub-award in the amount of $335,000 from a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase II grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to complete the development...Show More Summary
A mysterious investigation against New York University (NYU) professor Andrew Ross and New York Times reporter Ariel Kaminer is underway, the Times reported.
New York University, a Manhattan property development firm with a promising education wing, charges students a lot of money to attend. Undergraduate tuition, room, and board is currently estimated at $65,000 per year. What if a student wants to attend, but doesn't have the money? Who will pay? I don't know—the teachers, maybe? Read more...
Motherboard traveled to New York University in New York City to speak with Associate Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Nikhil Gupta about syntactic foam, a lightweight, durable, and extremely versatile material that shows up in all sorts of different places, from airplanes to soccer balls. We fill these tiny hollow particles inside our material […]
HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE, NIXONIAN ADMINISTRATORS EDITION: Murky Inquiry Targets Critic of N.Y.U. Role in Abu Dhabi, and a Reporter. “New York University’s fraught tenure as an intellectual prize of the Middle East has taken a new and mysterious turn: A private investigator has been making inquiries about an N.Y.U. professor who criticized the exploitation […]
Wall Street's biggest banks were shut out of a merger between Kraft and H.J. Heinz that will create the world's fifth-largest food company. A New York University report says that Mayor Bill de... To view the full story, click the title link.
Miles Teller admits he still hasn’t paid off all his student loans from his time at New York University! “My business manager says the interest is so low, there’s no sense in paying them off,” the 28-year-old actor shared to Vulture. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Miles Teller Miles added, “I can, if [...]
I was a freshman in the New York University bookstore, browsing what I'd need for the first semester, and American Express had set up a table with some friendly folks who were determined to get customers. There was a new card—Optima, they called it—and on the application, I could check [...]
Would love to meet AofA readers at the Manhattan screening of Trace Amounts. Join us on Tuesday the 24th at NYU. Great panel of speakers including our good friend David Kirby. Kim Buy tickets here. Where: New York University School....
We hope you enjoyed this week's conversation with Paul Romer of New York University and director of NYU's Marron Institute of Urban Management. And now we'd like to hear what you got out of it, and for you to help us continue our conversation. Have a look at the prompts below and share your response in the comments. Show More Summary
Andrew Hamilton, Oxford University's vice chancellor, will replace John Sexton as president of New York University, the school announced Wednesday. He will begin his tenure as the university's 16th... To view the full story, click the title link.
ABU DHABI, UAE — This week the New York Times reported that New York University (NYU) professor Andrew Ross was denied permission to visit the United Arab Emirates after publishing numerous articles critical of the labor conditions in the region.
New York University, supposedly a bastion of education and academic freedom and whose president John Sexton came on strongly against BDS because of academic freedom issues, made a deal with the United Arab Emirates to open a campus in Abu Dhabi. The reason was obvious: cash. And NYU, supposed bastion of education and academic freedom, […]
The New York Times reports that Andrew Ross, a professor at New York University, was barred this weekend from flying to Abu Dhabi, in the United Arab Emirates, where NYU maintains a fancy, newly built campus: Read more...
Paul Romer of New York University talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about reforming cities to allow growth and human flourishing. Topics discussed include charter cities, the role of population density in city life, driverless cars,...Show More Summary
Dakota Fanning chats on her phone after attending classes at New York University on Thursday afternoon (March 12) in New York City. In a recent interview with Zooey Magazine‘s As We Are portrait series, actress Alyson Stoner about being the “second choice” to Dakota, with whom she shared an agent with when she was younger. [...]
Like most newspapers around the country, The New York Times has seen its advertising revenue steadily decline. New York University journalism professor Jay Rosen asked 12 of his students what they think the paper’s managers should do...Show More Summary
Tim Lynch Professor James Jacobs of New York University School of Law has written a new book, The Eternal Criminal Record, just published by Harvard University Press. From the dust jacket: For over sixty million Americans, possessing a criminal record overshadows everything else about their public identity. Show More Summary
NEW YORK -- Chick-fil-A is coming to the Big Apple in a big way. The fried chicken chain, which operates a small venue at New York University, will open its first major franchise at 1000 Sixth Avenue in Manhattan’s Herald Square in late summer, the company said Tuesday. Show More Summary
Here’s a slightly different, hyper-local campaign from New York agency Munn Rabôt that happened to catch the eye of one of our Manhattan colleagues. New York University — not always known for its innovative advertising — launched a campaign called...Show More Summary