Diversity & Inclusion
The Latinx Project at NYU: A Celebration of Latinx Art, Identity, and Culture
The Latinx Project at NYU explores and promotes Latinx culture and scholarship through a creative and interdisciplinary lens.
Camp Changemaker: Cultivating the Next Generation of Social Activists
Camp Changemaker, a new initiative hosted by the NYU Changemaker Center, provides a space for students to focus on creating social change.
With My Brother’s Keeper, Historically Marginalized Men in STEM Find Their Community
The initiative helps male Black and Latino students at NYU Tandon connect and make their STEM goals a reality.
A Letter to Incoming NYU First-Generation Students
Are you the first in the family to attend college? It may seem terrifying, but believe me, you’re going to get through it! Signed, a First Gen Student at NYU
One Zone Helps Build a More Compassionate, Inclusive Community
Safe spaces to explore topics related to identity, diversity, belonging, and more.
An Economics Major Makes a Difference for BIPOC-Owned Businesses
David Obwaya, a senior studying economics, supports small business.
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.
An NYU Meyers Junior Goes from Dancer to Nanny to Nurse
Brad Trump’s journey to champion transgender youth health care started years ago but gained serious momentum at NYU Meyers.