Celebrate Black History Month at NYU with Year-Round Events
This February explore our many events recognizing Black history and achievements as Black History Month kicks off at NYU, including the 18th annual MLK Week. Then, take action for a more inclusive future.
School Breaks with a Mission
When NYU students have time off, it’s a perfect opportunity to give back.
Waste Education Coordinator: A Student Job with No Time to Waste
As waste education coordinator, Lily Kunkel decreases waste and increases awareness across campus.
The Business of Doing Good: Social Impact at Stern
NYU Stern School of Business students use their classroom knowledge for social impact, creating a future that's both profitable and sustainable.
The Green Zone: Where Sustainability and Justice Intersect
NYU’s One Zone trainings provide community members with the education and tools to make an impact. The Green Zone focuses on building a more sustainable and equitable future.
Student Activism at NYU: Past, Present, and Future
Empowered by policy education and campus advocacy groups, generations of student activists have found their voice at NYU.
With the Cool Food Pledge, NYU Takes a (Plant-Based) Bite Out of Climate Change
By taking the Cool Food Pledge, NYU commits to reducing food-related greenhouse gas emissions by 25% by 2030, making plant-powered progress against climate change.
Sustainability at NYU: 7 Ways to Go Greener at Home
Want to get a jump start on that NYU carbon-neutral life while you’re stuck at home? Here are seven ways to participate in NYU sustainability initiatives even when you’re not on campus.
The NYU MLK Scholars: Continuing Dr. King’s Legacy
Learn about one of NYU’s scholar programs that is dedicated to social justice.
Sustainability Assistant: A Student Job that Makes NYU Greener
This position is an opportunity to see what it's like to make an environmental impact at an institutional level.