Arts & Science Q&A
Arts & Science speaks to Liberal Studies’ Mitra Rastegar about her new book.In the decades since 9/11, Muslims have gained an increased presence in American life. The US Muslim population has grown steadily. The number of mosques in the US ... read more
Why I Give
“NYU played a significant role in my development, professional and otherwise, in ways I don’t think every university would have.”Hear more from Mariam Ehrari (LS ’12, CAS ’14), a political organizer and cofounder of the Women’s March, now serving her third year on the NYU Alumni Association Board of Directors.
Professor Maureen Mahon’s book Black Diamond Queens: African American Women and Rock and Roll shortlisted for the 2021 Museum of African American History Stone Book Award.
In The News
September 14, 2021
The human brain regions responsible for working memory content are also used to gauge the quality, or uncertainty, of memories, a team of scientists has found, uncovering how these neural responses allow us to act and make decisions based on how sure we are about our memories.
September 8, 2021
Researchers have developed artificial cell-like structures using inorganic matter that autonomously ingest, process, and push out material—recreating an essential function of living cells.
September 7, 2021
“Americans have rarely been as polarized as they are today,” the Pew Research Center concluded weeks after the 2020 presidential election.