Research

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Meet NYU Gallatin

The NYU Gallatin School of Individualized Study empowers students to create a multidisciplinary curriculum. Small class sizes create an intimate college experience while still tapping into all the resources NYU has to offer.

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The Life-Changing Science of Social Work

At NYU Silver, students and staff harness the power of big data for social good—advancing equity and effecting far-reaching change.

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The NYUAD International Hackathon for Social Good Sparks Collaboration

Students from around the world explore the incredible possibilities of quantum computing at one of NYU Abu Dhabi’s most exciting annual events.

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Research at NYU: Everything Is on the Table (Part 2)

Learn even more about how NYU undergrads conduct rigorous, impactful, and innovative research across all disciplines.

NYU Steinhardt student Kenzo Kimura.
At Steinhardt Kenzo Broadened His Horizons

At the NYU Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development, Kenzo Kimura studies the intersection of STEM and human interaction by majoring in Communicative Sciences and Disorders on a prehealth track.

Yusril Nurhidayat, an interdisciplinary student at NYU Abu Dhabi.
Interdisciplinary Passions Forge New Paths

NYU Abu Dhabi senior Yusril Nurhidayat has been able to explore what moves him—and his future is taking shape as a result.

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Research at NYU: Everything Is on the Table (Part 1)

NYU undergrads conduct rigorous, impactful, and innovative research across all disciplines.

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Welcome to the Gallatin WetLab, Where Art and Science Meet

At the intersection of environmental art and science, the Gallatin WetLab provides a space for students to fight climate change through experimentation and creativity.

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Music Technology and Accessibility: A VIP

NYU undergraduates from many backgrounds experiment with nonvisual music creation and gain research skills as part of the MusEdLab VIP, a multiyear project.

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Rogue Aerospace: A Tandon Vertically Integrated Project

NYU students of any major or level of experience can master rocketry on Tandon’s out-of-this-world Vertically Integrated Project team. The Vertically Integrated Projects are multiyear, multidisciplinary endeavors that need students from many backgrounds.