Language of the Birds: Occult and Art, on view at New York University’s 80WSE Gallery through February 13, examines the power of an individual’s magical practice, tracing over 100 years in occult art. The show consists of over 60 modern...Show More Summary
Laurie Hollman, Ph.D. is a psychoanalyst with specialized clinical training in infant-parent, child, adolescent, and adult psychotherapy. She has been on the faculties of New York University and the Society for Psychoanalytic Study and...Show More Summary
And now, for your gut-munching pleasure, I Like Horror Movies takes a bite out of the cannibal horror sub-genre as we present our list of the Top Ten Cannibal Films! 1. Cannibal Holocaust (1980): A New York University professor returns...Show More Summary
A conversation wtih Gabriele Oettingen, a social psychology professor at New York University and author of Rethinking Positive Thinking about why getting a little bleak may make this your breakthrough year.
A new study by basic science researchers in the Department of Basic Science and Craniofacial Biology at New York University College of Dentistry (NYUCD) sought to understand how gene expression is initiated in the notochord, the evolutionary and developmental precursor of the backbone. Show More Summary
Caren Maio knew she was destined for a career in real estate when, as a student at New York University, she repeatedly volunteered to help friends move. “I loved it,” she said.... To view the full story, click the title link.
"The word occult simply means hidden," curator and writer Pam Grossman explained to The Huffington Post. Grossman is the curator of "Language of the Birds," an exhibition now on view at New York University's 80WSE Gallery. The exhibition's...Show More Summary
Electronic Health Record (EHRs) systems are now used in 80% of doctors offices and contain a rich source of patient data available to innovate and improve healthcare. A team at New York University’s Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences developed algorithms and a system to extract EHR data to faster diagnose [...]
“You’re looking at a vast pool of money chasing a finite pool of art,” said Pepe Karmel, associate professor in the art-history department at New York University. “The temptations are huge.”
From Ryan Avent: Anthony Randazzo of the Reason Foundation, a libertarian think-tank, and Jonathan Haidt of New York University recently asked a group of academic economists both moral questions (is it fairer to divide resources equally, or according to effort?) and questions about economics. Show More Summary
Taking more time to make decisions after a mistake arises from a mixture of adaptive neural mechanisms that improve the accuracy and maladaptive mechanisms that reduce it, neuroscientists at New York University have found. Their study,...Show More Summary
With West Liberty’s loss to Concord last night, there are no undefeated teams left in NCAA Division II. There are no undefeated teams left in the NAIA. With Saturday’s losses by New York University and Susquehanna, we’re down to four...Show More Summary
Global/Local 1960–2015: Six Artists from Iran, opening today at New York University’s Grey Art Gallery, draws upon an impressive collection of more than 200 Iranian artworks founder Abby Weed Grey began to amass more than 50 years ago. Show More Summary
Drawing on its unparalleled collection of modern Iranian art, the Grey Art Gallery presents Global/Local 1960?2015: Six Artists from Iran at New York University from January 12 to April 2, 2016. The exhibition presents approximatelyShow More Summary
A study of college students from four upstate New York universities finds that young adults use e-cigarettes for affective reasons, such as enjoyment, not for cognitive purposes like quitting smoking.
Government instability prompts both Black and White Americans to show a preference for lighter-skinned over darker-skinned political candidates, researchers at New York University, the University of Chicago, and Rutgers University have found. read more
She’s been hard at work on her college career at New York University, however Karlie Kloss also managed to score a high-profile gig with Topshop. The 23-year-old supermodel is the face of the popular brand’s Spring/Summer 2016 campaign, having worked with creative director Kate Phelan and photographer Tyrone Lebon. Ms. Show More Summary
New York University's Hammerkatz sketch team made what they imagined an all-male advertising team would do for a Tampax commercial, and suffice it to say, it isn't entirely accurate (unlike College Humor's take on a similar topic). It's...Show More Summary
Dana Nuccitelli at The Guardian: The Institute for Policy Integrity at the New York University (NYU) School of Law recently published a report summarizing a survey of economists with climate expertise. The report was a follow-up and expansion of a similar survey conducted in 2009 by the same institute. The...
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s executive action will affect about 28,000 workers who are employed by the state’s university system.