Arts & Science

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Why I Give

Alan Song, the father of a student at the College of Arts & Science, created the Song Family Education Fund, which will provide scholarships for promising undergraduates with financial need.

“I firmly believe that education holds the key to unlocking potential and creating a better future for all. My contribution is a humble step in that direction.”

Meet the Faculty of Arts & Science

"You can take any piece of humble trash and look at dozens of connections of material, culture flows, and economic relationships, and political connections."

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Arts & Science Impact Makers

Jennifer Homans of NYU Arts & Science Awarded Morton Dauwen Zabel Award by the American Academy of Arts and Letters

Distinguished Scholar in Residence and founder and director of the Center for Ballet and the Arts Jennifer Homans (GSAS ’08) received the award for her book, Mr. B: George Balanchine's 20th Century. Read more here.

Liberal Studies' Violet Pantry Builds Community Through the Kitchen

A unique experience for Liberal Studies students to work together and learn hands-on skills, this student-run food pantry offers non-perishable food and other essentials to any students seeking support. Read more here.

John Jost of NYU Arts & Science Named James S. Jackson Fellow of the American Academy of Political and Social Science (AAPSS)

Professor of Psychology and Politics John Jost was recognized for his research into the ideological and psychological basis of individuals' political worldviews. Read more here.

SueYeon Chung of NYU Arts & Science Named 2024 Sloan Research Fellow

Assistant Professor of Neural Science SueYeon Chung's research explores theoretical neuroscience and theory of neural computation to better understand learning in the brain and artificial neural networks. Read more here.

Experiential Learning and Hands-On History

Professor Karbiener’s course focuses on keeping the past alive and how we as a culture continue to make history meaningful through analysis of literature, translation, and experiential learning. Read more here.

Collective Ribbon: The Interwoven Voices of the Triangle Fire Memorial

To honor the victims of the Triangle Shirtwaist factory fire of 1911, Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò at NYU A&S presents an exhibition highlighting the new memorial. Read more here.