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
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Arts & Science Impact Makers
Kiani was recognized for his research on decision making and will explore what happens in the brain on a neural level when we change our minds. Read more here.
Roozbeh Kiani of NYU Arts & Science Named 2023 Innovation Fund Investigator by The Pew Charitable Trusts
CQIP has held its second annual NYC Quantum Summit: an invitation-only gathering of leaders across government, finance, education and industry. Read more here.
Center for Quantum Information Physics at NYU Arts & Science Hosts Second Annual NYC Quantum Summit, Inks New Academic Exchange with Osaka University
Recent College of Arts & Science graduate and student speaker at NYU’s 2023 All-University Commencement, Donovan Dixon, has been selected as a U.S. Rhodes Scholar. Read more here.
Donovan Dixon (CAS '23) Selected as U.S. Rhodes Scholar
Rahul Satija and Neville Sanjana are among those recognized for publishing influential research papers that rank in the top 1% by citations in their fields. Read more here.
NYU Arts & Science Biologists Named Clarivate Highly Cited Researchers, a “One in 1,000” Distinction
Incarceration law scholar Andrea Armstrong (CAS '96) and poet Ada Limón (GSAS '01) were among the twenty recipients recently recognized by the MacArthur Foundation as 2023 MacArthur Fellows. Read more here.
Arts & Science Alumni Named 2023 MacArthur Fellows
The Beautiful Brain Conference brought CAS juniors and transfer students together to meet classmates across majors, hear words of wisdom, and grow both as individuals and as a community. Read more here.