From intricate paper arts to dancing robots and virtual realms, the Interactive Media Arts Spring Show on May 13 was a chance for NYU Shanghai students to display the range of creative talents and technical skills they had acquired over the semester. >> Read More
Garden Project Puts Down Roots
Armed with trowels, garden furniture and technology, NYU Shanghai’s urban gardeners are reclaiming underused spaces in the University’s backyard. >> Read More
EAP Semester Show, Creatively Speaking
At the English for Academic Purposes’ End-of-Semester Show, students displayed posters, video projects, questionnaires and business pitches showcasing the creative ways they use the English language in their studies. >> Read More
Questions of Conflict
NYU Shanghai’s Noel Konagai ‘17 did his Dean’s Undergraduate Research Fund (DURF) project on media politics of the Euromaidan Movement in Ukraine (where he also went for fieldwork). Noel published this interview with Nikolas Gvosdev, a professor of National Security Studies for the project. >> Read More
In the Media
The Art World in Water
Fortune Art presents Jianjun Zhang, art professor at NYU Shanghai, who uses water as a creative element. >> Read More
Dancing on an Ipad？
Shanghai Education News reported on the IMA End-of-Semester Show and showcased students' works created using innovative technical skills such as virtual reality, 3D printing and drones. >> Read More
Weili Ding on Enrollment Policy
The Chinese blog The Intellectual published an article by Weili Ding commenting on the Chinese Ministry of Education’s recent policy to ask provinces with greater resources to give part of their university enrollment (GaoKao) quota over to poorer provinces. >> Read more
Calls and Puts on Individual Stocks: New Options for Chinese Investors? Stephen Figlewski
19:00 ~ AB Room 101 (More)
International Conference on the Frontiers in Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics
8:30 ~ AB Auditorium (More)
RESEARCH -- The Center for Global Asia at NYU Shanghai and Asia Research Center at Fudan University have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to jointly promote the field of Asian Studies in China >> FIND OUT MORE | Thomas G. Rawski from University of Pittsburgh presented a paper on China's Electric Power Sector on Thursday
AWARDS -- Nominate an outstanding faculty or staff member to represent NYU Shanghai to win the 2016 Shanghai Municipal Award for Bringing up Talents (上海市育才奖) >> EMAIL WEI GUO before May 26
COMPETITIONS -- Watch NYU Shanghai sophomore Chen Mengzhu’s (Katie) performance at the first round of the International Public Speaking Competition in London on May 12 and give her a round of applause! >> WATCH HER SPEECH | Write about “Global Youth” and win a chance to publish your article in the International New York Times Asia-Pacific edition >> HOW TO ENTER
HOUSING -- Decide before June 1 if you would like to take part in new homestay program during the 2016-17 academic year >> APPLY NOW or EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org | For a place in the student dormitory in 2016-17, make sure you apply before June 15 >> APPLY NOW
SURVEYS -- Help IT/ATS to identify potential areas of improvement by completing their customer satisfaction survey before June 1 >> LEAVE FEEDBACK | Health and Wellness work hard to help you stay happy and healthy. Tell them how you are feeling >> TAKE SURVEY
FAREWELLS -- We extend our thanks to interim Dean of Arts and Sciences David Fitch, who will be leaving NYU Shanghai this summer. Under his tenure our arts and sciences faculty has grown and prospered and we are immensely grateful for his devoted leadership. Please join us in giving a warm welcome to Maria E. Montoya, who joins us as Dean of Arts and Sciences, effective June 1
Happy Summer Holidays from the NYU Shanghai Gazette!
Thank you to all who have shared your stories and followed the Gazette during its inaugural year. Without your dedication to making NYU Shanghai the vibrant place it is there would be no Gazette.
It is a pleasure to tell the story of this university every week - of your creativity, academic successes, ground-breaking research and community spirit. The Gazette will return in the fall and we will be sending you a survey in the coming weeks to find out what sections you liked, and what you would like to see added.
Until then, we leave you with this gallery of calligraphic paintings by students of the Chinese culture class. We hope you enjoy it - and have a wonderful summer!