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Reversing the Decline of the Civil Jury Trial

Plaintiff's lawyer Stephen D. Susman has given $2 million for a first-of-its-kind project at New York University School of Law to research and promote public discussion about the vanishing jury trial.

Cheap Eats: A Cookbook For Eating Well On A Food Stamp Budget

Topic: Books When Leanne Brown moved to New York from Canada to earn a master's in food studies at New York University, she couldn't help noticing that Americans on a tight budget were eating a lot of processed foods heavy in carbs. "It really bothered me," she says. Show More Summary

What we can all learn from Wall Street's quarterly earnings obsession

It’s time to break free of the “tyranny” of “quarterly capitalism”, Hillary Clinton proclaimed in an economic stump speech on Friday afternoon at New York University. Translation? The Democratic Party’s front-running presidential candidate is taking aim at Wall Street – sort of. Clinton is no Bernie Sanders, or Elizabeth Warren for that matter. Show More Summary

N.Y.U. Library Acquires Archive of the Digital Art Journal Triple Canopy

The online publication, founded in 2007, will work with the Fales Library at New York University to preserve its digital content.

Evangelical Women and Sports Ministry

Paul Putz Annie Blazer's Playing for God: Evangelical Women and the Unintended Consequences of Sports Ministry (New York University Press, 2015) is a much-needed book that I hope will be widely read. Expanding on a dissertation she completed...Show More Summary

Scientists Discover What Makes Screams So Scary

What makes a scream a scream? New York University researchers tasked themselves with listening to people scream to find out. NYU psychology and neural science professor David Poeppel and his colleagues collected screams from YouTube, films, and 19 volunteers who screeched in a sound booth. The team measured sound properties,...

An app that labels food in a smart, meaningful way

From the same New York University Interactive Telecommunications Program that hatched FourSquare, a 30-year-old graduate student named Sam Slover created an app called Sage. The app is a revamp of... To view the full story, click the title link.

New research might teach us how to make a scarier scream

2 weeks agoHealth : The Checkup

It started with the babies.Multiple postdoctoral students in David Poeppel's speech and language processing lab at New York University recently had become new parents, and they found themselves spending part of their days commiserating about the infant shrieks and cries that were filling their nights.Read full article >>

Not Just BPA: Heating Food in Plastic Containers is Just Plain Dangerous

Fresh research conducted by Dr. Leonardo Transande, a professor at New York University's Langone Medical Center, revealed that microwaving food in plastic Tupperware-like containers, even those not made with the well-known Bisphenol A compound, can lead to serious health issues, including diabetes.

A Look in the Mirror

Modern Albania: From Dictatorship to Democracy (New York University Press, 2015) In Modern Albania, Fred Abrahams has managed to put Albania's past, current, and future leaders under one roof and monitored their deeds for 25 years. In first-person narrative, Abrahams turns the tables from Big Brother watching you to us watching the Big Brothers. Show More Summary

Lawsuit aims to place cap on limited liability companies' campaign contributions

A New York University law center and three state legislators were among the plaintiffs Tuesday in a lawsuit to make limited liability companies subject to the stricter campaign finance limits on... To view the full story, click the title link.

NYU Student's #BetterSexTalk Campaign Shares Crucial Advice That's Often Skipped In Sex Ed

2 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

"Own your sexuality, nobody has the right to shame you." That is the sex advice that Josy Jablins, a New York University student, would like her younger sister to know. As the president of campus group Students for Sexual Respect, Joblins...Show More Summary

Michael Jay Rauch Dies: Longtime Showtime Exec Was 69

Michael Jay (Mike) Rauch, film producer and longtime Showtime executive, died July 2 at his home in Studio City after battling pancreatic cancer. He was 69. Born in Troy, NY, Rauch graduated from New York University with a major in Art. Show More Summary

Edgy Truth Interviews Mary Holland, Legal Scholar, on Vaccination Mandates

By Anne Dachel Below is a link to an interview by Mary Kay Elloian with Mary Holland, Research Scholar and Director, Graduate Lawyering Program New York University School of Law and co-author of Vaccine Epidemic, from June on "Edgy Truth."...

CULTURE OF CORRUPTION: Clinton Aide Helped Outside Employer Get High-Profile Clinton Speech. “Hill…

CULTURE OF CORRUPTION: Clinton Aide Helped Outside Employer Get High-Profile Clinton Speech. “Hillary Clinton’s top aide at the State Department who simultaneously worked for New York University helped arrange Clinton’s high-profile speech at the school in 2009, according to internal State Department emails released last week. Show More Summary

Lack of education can be as deadly as smoking

3 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

A new study has found that a lack of education can be as deadly as smoking. Researchers from the University of Colorado, the New York University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill said in a study published Wednesday that over 145,000 deaths in 2010 in the U.S. could have been...

Anne Dachel Interviews Legal Scholar Mary Holland on Vaccine Mandates

By Anne Dachel Below is a link to an interview with Mary Holland, Research Scholar and Director, Graduate Lawyering Program New York University School of Law and co-author of Vaccine Epidemic, from June on "Edgy Truth." (Transcription below.) This could...

NYU School of Engineering prepares for STEM training push

3 weeks agoNews : NY Daily News

Officials at New York University’s Polytechnic School of Engineering aim to rocket the city schools into the future.

Is lack of education as deadly as smoking?

After examining decades of data, researchers from the University of Colorado Denver have found that a lack of education may be as deadly as smoking. The study, which included researchers from New York University and the University of...Show More Summary

Study Estimates Number of Deaths Attributed to Low Levels of Education

A new study by researchers at the University of Colorado, New York University, and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill estimates the number of deaths that can be linked to differences in education, and finds that variation in the risk of death across education levels has widened considerably.

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