Arts & Science honors the legacy of Richard Koppenaal, Dean of the College of Arts & Science from 1986 to 1992.
2022 Impact Makers
NSF grant awarded to NYU Arts & Science chemist Claudia Avalos advances integrated science with an upgrade to a spectrometer in the Shared Instrumentation Facility.
KJCC celebrates its 25th anniversary with the This Space Is Yours campaign, dedicating fundraising to programs created by students, for students.
Arts & Science welcomed its largest new faculty cohort to date, part of a major multi-year initiative that will increase the Arts & Science faculty by 20%
The Center for Religion and Media’s award-winning Revealer marks LGBTQ History Month with a special issue: Trans Lives and Religion.
Lynne Kiorpes and Wendy Suzuki
Arts & Science formally ushers in the deanships of Lynne Kiorpes, GSAS, and Wendy Suzuki, CAS.
Ellen Horne and Chenjerai Kumanyika
The award-winning podcasters will head Journalism’s new MA concentration in Podcasting and Audio Reportage.
Arts & Science is mourning the loss of Michael “Mick” Moloney, Global Distinguished Professor and Professor of Music.
The Library of Congress has appointed Ada Limón (GSAS '01) the 24th Poet Laureate of the United States.
Arts & Science historians and 2022 Pulitzer Prize winners Nicole Eustace and Ada Ferrer discuss the collaborative nature of intellectual development.
Arts & Science is proud to share that three College of Arts & Science students have been recognized as 2022 Goldwater Scholars.
GSAS Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis
Since the fall of Kabul in August of 2021, faculty and candidates have been providing pro bono mental health services to Afghans in need.
Seven Arts & Science faculty members are formally designated Silver Professors, NYU’s most prestigious named professorship.
The Mellon Foundation has awarded Dr. Gopinath with a $500k grant to create an Intersectional Feminist/Queer Studies Collective.
Wendy Suzuki, Professor of Neural Science and Psychology, will be Dean of the College of Arts & Science beginning September 1, 2022.
“Perseverance, chutzpah, optimism.” Arts & Science honors the transformative legacy of Sir Duncan Rice, Dean of the Faculty of Arts & Science from 1985 to 1991.
The Poetry Society of America has awarded Arts & Science Professor Sharon Olds the 2022 Frost Medal for distinguished lifetime achievement in poetry.
Arts & Science is proud to note that six of our community members have been recognized in this year's MLK Week Awards.
AAAS Fellows: Michael Hout and Mark Tuckerman
Michael Hout and Mark Tuckerman have been named Lifetime AAAS Fellows by the American Association for the Advancement of Science for their outstanding scientific contributions.
Professor of Journalism Hilke Schellmann and Tandon’s Mona Sloane have won a $200,000 grant to boost investigative capacity for under-resourced newsrooms with the AI tool they designed.
Seven alumni from across all three Arts & Science schools appear on the 2022 Forbes 30 Under 30 List.
GSAS Alumna Georgette Bennett ’72 Explores the Power of Humanitarian Diplomacy in Her New Book, Thou Shalt Not Stand Idly By
The Center for Religion and Media’s digital magazine Revealer, edited by Brett Krutzsch (Religious Studies), has won several awards from the Religion News Association, including the top prize for a religion magazine.
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.
Explore Missives, the fourth annual publication of poetry, essays, memoirs and fiction from NYU’s Prison Education Program, part of Arts & Science’s Humanities division.
Gerceida Adams-Jones and Kyle Cranmer
Gerceida Adams-Jones (Liberal Studies) and Kyle Cranmer (Physics) have been elected 2021 Fellows of the American Physical Society, Adams-Jones for publicly addressing inequities in science education, and Cranmer for his work on the successful search for the Higgs bosun.
Enrique Rojas (Biology) has been named a 2021 Packard Fellow for Science and Engineering, and will receive $875,000 to pursue his research into the growth of single-celled microbes. Read more here.
Nicole Eustace (History) has been named a finalist for the 2021 National Book Award for Nonfiction, one of the world’s most prestigious literary prizes.
The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation Board of Trustees announces today, effective as of November 1, the election of essayist Claudia Rankine as a member of the Board of Trustees. Rankine is a MacArthur Fellow and lauded playwright, poet and essayist, she joined the Arts & Science faculty as Professor of Creative Writing in 2021.
With a new $600,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Energy, Tianning Diao’s lab will research ways to repurpose the plastic waste that threatens our environment. Read more about the enormous potential of Diao’s “upcycling” work here.
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.
Professor Alexandra Hartley awarded the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) Biobehavioral Research Award for Innovative New Scientists (BRAINS)
Environmental Studies' Professor Sonali Shukla McDermid has been named an Andrew Carnegie Fellow, one of 26 selected to the 2021 class.
Congratulations to Dr. Georgette Bennett, GSAS alumna, for being honored with the 92Y Extraordinary Woman Award
Congratulations to Amanda McLoughlin (CAS '14) for being listed on the Forbes 30 Under 30 2021 list for the role of CEO at Multitude.
Congratulations to Terri Burns (CAS '16) for being listed on the Forbes 30 Under 30 2021 list for the role of Partner at GV.