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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.

Meet the Faculty of Arts & Science

Professor Robin Nagle on discard studies

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In The News

Map of Cuba

October 6, 2021

Why Cuba and the United States Are Forever Linked

An NYU professor chronicles the complex and intimate ties between her native and adopted countries

In the nuclei, the portion of the cell containing the vast majority of genetic information, spots of the enzyme Pol-II appear, illustrating that genes don't share pools of Pol-II, but instead each have their own. Image courtesy of the Rushlow Lab, NYU

October 5, 2021

Genes Are Individualists, Not Collectivists, During Early Fruit Fly Development

Findings contradict previous scientific models that genes form hubs, share resources

Penobscot Chief Kirk Francis, right, and former University of Maine President Susan Hunter, left

October 5, 2021

NYU, University of Waikato Receive Mellon Foundation Grant to Protect Indigenous Knowledge and Data

The Mellon Foundation has awarded a grant to a project directed by NYU and New Zealand’s University of Waikato to protect cultural knowledge and data of Native American, Māori, and other First Nations communities.