At NYU Shanghai, Learn Through Stories and Spaces
Lena Scheen, Chinese literature and history expert and professor at NYU Shanghai, teaches two beloved courses.
A Nobel Laureate Teaches Curiosity and Culture at NYU Abu Dhabi
Professor Wole Soyinka brings his experience as an artist, playwright, activist, novelist, musician, and Nobel laureate to everything he does—including teaching at NYU.
For Professor Douglas, Conservation Is Personal, Intersectional, and Immersive
NYU Liberal Studies professor Leo Douglas shows his students how to emotionally connect with conservation efforts and the people behind them.
At NYU Stern, Learn How Organizations Thrive
In Professor Julianna Pillemer’s Management and Organizations course, students learn skills they can take anywhere—from a book club to the boardroom.
Nursing at NYU: Better Care for a Better World
Jasmine Travers teaches NYU Meyers students to provide exceptional nursing care and advocates for health equity and workforce diversity.
Into the Green Desert: Sustainability at NYU Abu Dhabi
Antonios Vouloudis helped Abu Dhabi adapt to the climate crisis. Now, as the inaugural Director of Sustainability and Stewardship, he’s helping to advance sustainability efforts at NYU Abu Dhabi.
The Bigger Picture of Care: Nursing Success at NYU Meyers
Michele Crespo-Fierro teaches future nurses to always put the patient first.
The Center of It All: Caribbean Studies at NYU
Gallatin professor Millery Polyné connects students to the Caribbean through in-depth Caribbean studies courses.
An NYU Shanghai Professor Explores the Impact of Evolving Technologies
Students of Interactive Media Arts at NYU Shanghai work with Professor Anna Greenspan to study the intersection of technology, art, and society.
International Relations at NYU: A Global System in Action
NYUʼs customizable international relations curriculum focuses on critical thinking, providing students with may ways to leverage their interests.
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.
US Politics and Policy: A January Term Course Spotlight
For three weeks each January, NYU students taking US Politics and Policy in 2021 and Beyond examine the political landscape firsthand. Hosted by NYU Washington, DC, this course features guest speakers from every walk of political life, from pollsters to presidential campaign strategists.