Academics

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An NYU Clive Davis Student Says It in Song

Not only that, Jackson Craig is also mastering songwriting, recording, and music business.

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NYU Journalism Students all Double Major: Here’s Why

Whether it complements your studies, helps you specialize, or enables you to branch out into something new, a second major is a powerful tool for journalism students.

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Service Learning at NYU Creates a Positive Impact: Part 1

Academic rigor and community engagement converge in service-learning courses at NYU.

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Two NYU Steinhardt Students Make a Podcast

Two NYU Media, Culture, and Communication majors form a successful collaboration when they decide to make a podcast about unique career choices.

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Experience First Year Away at NYU Washington, DC

Beginning your NYU education as a First Year Away Liberal Studies student in the nation’s capital offers you an experience only Washington, DC, can offer

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NYU Trailblazers: Dolly Chugh – “The Person You Mean to Be”

The NYU Trailblazer Series features ground-breaking research and provocative insights from NYU’s most compelling professors, who bring bold ideas into the classroom, and share their knowledge with the world.

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Global Liberal Studies Helps Carolyn Vaca Connect the Dots

A student of the world, Carolyn was looking for a program that would enable her to serve her communities.

A student holding skeletal bones in Introduction to Forensic Anthropology.
Cool Course Dispatch: Forensic Anthropology

In this undergraduate forensic anthropology course, NYU students learn how to recover, examine, and identify human skeletal remains.

A stack of books about monsters.
Monster Studies: A Cool Course Dispatch

At NYU, we take monsters very seriously.

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Shape the Future of Business at NYU

As values shift, technology evolves, and economies expand and contract, NYU students are discovering new ways to move business forward and become the leaders we need.