The Career Development Center hosts its yearly social impact careers conference March 1st to March 12th.
Event series highlights diversity in Black identity and culture, on campus and around the world.
Campus rings in the Year of the Ox with dumplings, dancing, calligraphy, and tons of delicious treats.
A record 18,713 students applied for admission to NYU Shanghai in Fall 2021, a 12 percent increase over last year.
The app not only won first prize in a research competition, but also laid a foundation for the students' graduate studies.Read more
In many ways, Sen was born to build a career between China and India.Read more
“I realized that there was such a need for someone that looked like me to understand my art in its context. And that’s why I had to take that space, because it didn’t exist."Read more
Since the COVID-19 outbreak last winter, Scheen has been staying with her parents in her hometown of Delft--a university town that has changed little since the 1500s. In a video call from her mother’s study, Scheen shared stories of daily life in herRead more
"I realized I was learning so much more outside the classroom in Shanghai than I would ever have learned at a regular US university."Read more
James Yang Zhi, M.A. ‘20 founded his own English education company while getting his M.A in TESOL.Read more
NYU Shanghai professor and team uncover how neighborhoods help reduce mental distress during the pandemic.Read more
Transforming recyclables into trolleys, bookshelves, and space dividers to improve life on campus.Read more
Works by faculty
Alexander T. Geppert explores the dystopian and destructive dimensions of the Space Age.Read more
With dances by Balanchine, solos by Rachmaninoff, and original creations on the meaning of time and social media hashtags, students show off the product of their semester's labor.Read more