NYUSH professors found towns with a single concentrated employment and business center function more efficient.
Ariana Alvarez ’23 became the first student to receive NYU’s Marc and Ruti Bell Public Service Scholarship.
Professor Brian Hall launches a new Center for Global Health Equity at NYU Shanghai.
Christina Bowllan has always used souvenirs and snacks as a way to share her life in China with her family in New York City. Hickory nuts from a trip to Moganshan, where she traveled with other Chinese language students during her sophomore year. GrRead more
“I believe this is only possible because of the inclusive and supportive spirit of NYU Shanghai. It is my safe zone, allowing me to think and try out boldly. Anytime I needed any actual help in academics or career development or any mental support, tRead more
“At NYU Shanghai, we are encouraged and inspired by others to find our true interests and potential - leapfrogging into progress instead of setting limits.”Read more
“In this ever-changing world, the knowledge and skills acquired in college will soon be not enough to count on. Keeping learning and advancing is the only way.”Read more
“NYU Shanghai in a sense, has been my luck.”Read more
Cai talks about his time as a research assistant, basketball captain, and his goal to bridge cultures and differences.Read more
I thought taking part in building the first Sino-US joint university would be an exciting experience – and it has turned out to be the case!Read more
After a 6-week workshop, students are excited to exhibit the virtual worlds they've built in lockdown.Read more
Assistant Professor Mohamed Yunus Rafiq on his research on NGOs and child and maternal health in Tanzania.Read more
Assistant Professor of Sociology Miao Jia reexamines the role neighborhood committees during the pandemicRead more
Works by faculty
The book offers an introduction to the fundamentals of quantum atom optics and atomic many-body matter wave systems.Read more