NYU’s 16th President shared his vision and humor with the NYU Shanghai community in an official welcome ceremony on campus following his inauguration in New York. President Hamilton then sat down with the Presidents of Peking and East China Normal universities for a discussion about the future of global Higher Education.
On a quest to harness the potential of big data, the Stern School of Business came to Shanghai for a special module, with 70 students in the Master of Science in Business Analytics program taking an intensive week-long class in data visualization at NYU Shanghai.
Yu Yang, Partner and Co-founder of Junzhi Asset Management Co. Ltd, gave a talk on 50ETF Option Market History and Opportunities, sharing his insights on the behavioral, institutional and regulatory reasons that cause market inefficiencies.
Nicole Chan ‘17, an Interactive Media Arts major from Chicago, has harbored a passion for photography since high school and is now using her skills in fine art portraiture to be an advocate for social change.
Head to the IMA studio for IMA Major Info Sessions, November 8, 12:30-1:30pm and November 10, 6:00-7:00pm and learn more about spring course offerings and new developments in IMA.
Winners of Student Global Research Expo Poster Presentation
Ann Yang, Post-operative Microsurgery Doppler Monitoring Analysis
Ronak Trivedi, The Effects of Exercise on Cognition in Middle-Aged Adults and Undergraduate Students
Humanities & Social Sciences Winner
Shayla Schlossenberg, HIV Risks among Local and Traveling Female Commercial Sex Workers in Washington, DC: Pilot Survey Insights
Photo of the Week
NYU Shanghai students practice the Chinese folk art of sugar painting, a craft which uses melted sugar to create traditional animal and plant figures, under the guidance of two Shanghainese sugar artists.