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Tag: New York University
Morehouse College Mourns Beloved Dean
Maurice Washington, senior student affairs officer and dean at Morehouse College, died Sunday, 11Alive reported. Throughout his over 13 year career at Morehouse, Washington served as director of housing and residential life, associate dean of student services and associate vice president for student affairs. He was appointed as dean in 2016. Previously, Washington also worked […]
February 15, 2021
2021 Emerging Scholars: Dr. Stephanie H. Cook
Utilizing a multidisciplinary approach, Dr. Stephanie H. Cook integrates the study of attachment theory, minority stress and health risk behaviors among young sexual minority men of color.
January 26, 2021
Time for Anti-Racism: A Way Forward for America and Higher Education
Anti-racism seems to have found its moment, although Classical Studies in specific has some heavy lifting to undo the role of its legacy as a bastion of white supremacy. Vassar College classics professor Curtis Dozier acknowledges this and has an online platform, Pharos, whose “first purpose is to document appropriations of Greco-Roman culture by hate groups online.”
January 21, 2021
NYU’s LEARN Highlights Results from “College in the Time of Corona” Survey
During a virtual discussion Sep. 30, New York University’s (NYU) Learning Analytics Research Network (LEARN) highlighted data from its most recent study focused on students’ experiences with remote learning during the spring semester.
October 2, 2020
NYU’s Projected Spring and Summer Losses at $250 Million
New York University (NYU) lost $100 million in the spring semester and is projected to lose $150 million over the summer due to the coronavirus pandemic, according to a university-wide email sent Monday, reported NYU’s student newspaper the Washington Square News. The university has also lost $60 million in housing and meal plan refunds, $4 […]
April 30, 2020
Disruption and Digital Generational Literacy: Are You Ready?
Recently, I gave the Keynote Address at the Her Future Global Summit with some of the most influential leaders from across the globe. One of the major questions addressed was, “How do we understand digital inclusion across generations and leverage multigenerational inputs in the COVID-19 era?”
April 24, 2020
Faculty & Staff
Judge Dismisses Anti-Affirmative Action Lawsuit Against NYU Law Review
A U.S. District Judge has dismissed a lawsuit by an anti-affirmative action group that accused New York University Law Review of violating federal anti-discrimination laws by considering race and gender when selecting members and authors, reported Reuters. The group accused NYU of using quotas to fill positions on its prestigious law review, reported Daily Caller […]
April 1, 2020
An NYU Professor Ups the Ante on LGBTQ Nursing Research
Although an estimated 11 million people in the U.S. identify as LGBTQ, nursing research and scholarship on the community’s health needs has historically lagged that of other demographics. New York’s Dr. Caroline Dorsen is changing that.
March 3, 2020
Black and Hispanic Students May be Paying More for College Loans, Study Finds
Graduates of historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) and Hispanic-serving institutions (HSIs) may be paying more to borrow and refinance their education loans, according to a report released this week, reported NBC. The report released Wednesday is titled “Educational Redlining” and was prepared by the Student Borrower Protection Center, a group that works to alleviate […]
February 14, 2020
NYU Launches Dual Degree Program With Indian Institute of Technology
New York University’s engineering school and the Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur are embarking on an international partnership, offering a new dual doctoral degree program in computer and electrical engineering.
December 8, 2019
Higher Education Has a Role to Play in World Peace, Experts Say
Higher education has a role to play in creating world peace, according to peace and conflict studies scholars. On Tuesday, the U.S. Institute of Peace co-hosted a discussion with NAFSA: Association of International Educators titled “The Role of Higher Education in Resolving Conflict and Its Consequences,” in honor of International Education Week.
November 19, 2019
Faculty & Staff
Diversifying the Academy the Right Way
NYU Steinhardt’s Faculty First-Look Program is a program that brings together graduate students from across the nation to learn from faculty, post-docs, and administrators at NYU about how to secure a tenure-track position and set yourself up for success once you begin your career as a professor. From the moment I received notification of acceptance, I felt welcomed and wanted.
October 22, 2019
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