College of Arts & Science

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Why Should I Go to Office Hours? With Stephen Small

Biology and Genomics Professor Stephen Small wants you to love life science as much as he does.

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13 Ways to Be a Global Public Health Major

At NYU, Global Public Health majors take the lessons of 2020 to heart, immersing themselves in the study of health across academic disciplines and national boundaries.

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This or That: Economics @ Stern or CAS

Tell me you want to work on Wall Street without telling me you want to work on Wall Street.

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The Neuroscience of Exercise

Learn how NYU professor Wendy Suzuki taps into the neuroscience of exercise in her lab, in the classroom, and in her life.

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Understanding Global Public Health Undergraduate Majors

If you’re interested in global public health, you’re not alone in being a bit confused by it. I hope this article will help answer some of your questions.

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Policy, Education, and Research: Build a Curriculum to Change the World

In NYU classrooms, students develop an intellectual foundation for changing the world through policy, education, and research.

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A CAS Double Major Shows That Physics and Art History Go Hand in Hand

As a double major at NYU, Hillary Gao ‘20 merged her interdisciplinary interests as a student, researcher, and intern. Today, she continues to balance art and science.

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This or That: Physics vs. Applied Physics

Yes, there are two different physics programs at NYU. Yes, they are in two different schools. What's the difference? We'll tell you!

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How NYU Cross-School Minors Can Help Shape Your Future

NYU offers over 100 cross-school minors that undergraduates from any NYU school or program can pursue. Students may also pursue an additional major within CAS.