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NYU Promises To Protect Undocumented Immigrant Students From Trump Regime

Joining Columbia University, and a series of schools nationwide, New York University announced in a letter this week that the college would be a sanctuary campus for undocumented students and would not share their immigration status with federal immigration officials. [ more › ]

An Open Letter to the Medical Students Who Attended the NYU “Confronting Vaccine Resistance” Lecture

By Lou Conte Dear Future Medical Practitioners: It occurred to me that I should write this letter to you because you were the intended target of the “Confronting Vaccine Resistance” lecture at New York University on November 21, 2016. It...

Single dose of hallucinogenic drug psilocybin relieves anxiety and depression in patients with advanced cancer

(NYU Langone Medical Center / New York University School of Medicine) When combined with psychological counseling, a single dose of a mind-altering compound contained in psychedelic mushrooms significantly lessens mental anguish in distressed cancer patients for months at a time, according to results of a clinical trial led by researchers at NYU Langone Medical Center.

Uncover the 4 steps to turning your vision into reality

Been fantasizing about a business goal you hope to achieve in 2017? Be careful not to get too cozy in that alternate reality. According to New York University Professor and Researcher Gabriele Oettingen, too much positive thinking can actually have a negative effect on getting the results you want...

Can you hear the corn grow? Yes!

There's an old farmer's tale that says, "On a quiet night you can hear the corn grow." It may seem funny, but Douglas Cook at New York University and colleagues Roger Elmore and Justin McMechan, at the University of Nebraska, were able to use contact microphones to directly record the sounds of corn growing.

Economists Agree Climate Change Will Hurt US Economy — And Soon

A survey by the Institute for Policy Integrity at New York University School of Law finds the vast majority of economists believe climate change will impact the US and global economies harder and sooner than predicted. Economists Agree Climate Change Will Hurt US Economy — And Soon was originally posted on: PlanetSave. Show More Summary

Part Two: Questions And Answers About Some Of The Raging Events In The Middle East

This is part two of a recent conversation I had with students, faculty, and alumni at New York University just before the start of my program "Global Leaders: Conversations with Alon Ben-Meir" on November 3, where I had the opportunity to answer some questions concerning the turmoil in the Middle East and America's role in the world. Show More Summary

Michael Showalter On 'Search Party,' His 'Millennial Nancy Drew'

For six years, Michael Showalter taught screenwriting at New York University’s film school. During his time as a teacher, two students particularly excelled and Showalter decided he wanted to work more with them. The students ? Sarah-Violet...Show More Summary

A 20-year-old who dropped out of NYU says he has raised $5 million for his hedge fund

The 20-year-old who dropped out of New York University to start a hedge fund says he has raised $5 million. Julian Marchese launched Marchese Investments last year after starting his fund in his dorm room. In September, Marchese told Business Insider he was managing about $1 million at his startup and planning to raise around $3 million more. Show More Summary

NYU research: Multiple chronic conditions, hospitalizations w/long-term care recipients

(New York University) Older recipients of long-term services and support who live with a combination of cardiac and pulmonary conditions have elevated risk for hospitalizations; new care management strategies are needed to prevent costly, debilitating hospitalizations

NYU Dentistry awarded $1.9 million from NIDDK for osteoporosis drug research and development

(New York University) The federally funded grant will support bench research aimed at understanding how the protein hormone, parathyroid hormone-a related protein-and a drug analog that mimics the protein called abaloparatide, interact in the surface of a cell in bone and affect bone formation and breakdown.

Questions And Answers About Some Of The Raging Events In The Middle East

In a recent conversation I had with students, faculty, and alumni at New York University just before the start of my program "Global Leaders: Conversations with Alon Ben-Meir" on November 3, I had the opportunity to answer some questions concerning the turmoil in the Middle East and America's role in the world. Show More Summary

National study led by NYU Langone seeks innovative treatment for shingles of the eye

(NYU Langone Medical Center / New York University School of Medicine) NYU Langone receives $15 million for a five-year research grant from the National Eye Institute to evaluate treatment for shingles of the eye.

Charter schools enroll more girls, with boys more likely to leave

Charter schools - particularly middle and high schools - enroll a larger share of girls than do traditional public schools, in part because boys are more likely to exit charter schools, finds a new study by New York University researchers.

Teacher communication with parents consistent with racial stereotypes

(New York University) Teachers communicate with parents not just based on a student's academic performance and behaviors, but also based on parents' racial and immigrant backgrounds, finds a study by NYU's Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development.

Too stressed to make smart purchases?

(Journal of Retailing at New York University) The authors explored how multitasking -- typically talking on a mobile phone -- affects consumers' ability to perform shopping tasks successfully.

Different strokes for different folks

(Journal of Retailing at New York University) People use different criteria when they're searching for a gift than when they are buying for themselves. New research identifies the cues that encourage purchases in each situation.

Cellular 'cannibalism' may be fundamental to development across evolution

(NYU Langone Medical Center / New York University School of Medicine) In living beings, from roundworms to humans, some cells may ball up unwanted contents on their surfaces for other cells to 'eat.' This is the finding of a study led by researchers at NYU Langone Medical Center and published online Nov. 14 in Nature Cell Biology.

How IoT and citizen science can tackle urban disadvantage

The Centre for Urban Science and Progress at New York University has recently released the findings from a smart city pilot study. It’s the first in-depth analysis of a local New York Neighborhood intent on measuring the quantified community. Show More Summary

Thomas Aquinas on the Rite of Mass: Lecture Coming Up in NYC

On Saturday, December 3, at the Catholic Center at New York University, Fr. Innocent Smith, O.P. will give a set of lectures titled: “The Rest is Said in Praise to God: Thomas Aquinas on the Rites of the Mass.” Throughout his writings,...Show More Summary

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