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Cross Continental Experience Blog: Prato and Paris

March 7, 2019

By Kaylah Grant. These past two weeks in Florence have really flown by. The week started with a school-sponsored trip to celebrate Lunar New Year...
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The Frontlines of the Opioid Crisis

March 1, 2019

By Holly Hagan, PhD MPH. You need only read the daily news to understand the grip that the opioid crisis has on our country.  According to the National Institute of Drug Abuse, 130 people die every ...
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Breaking Barriers to Anti-Retroviral Treatment

February 28, 2019

Discussing the project details of Dr. Lawrence Yang's work to counter HIV stigma and improve ART adherence in Botswana through a two-grant, $275,000 grant (R21TW011084-01) from the National Institute ...
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The Office of Doctoral Studies Newsletter

February 28, 2019

The fourth issue of the Office of Doctoral Studies Newsletter brings to you updates on student presentations, publications, and awards.
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Cross Continental Experience Blog: Arrival in Florence

February 20, 2019

At the end of January, NYU Florence welcomed the College of Global Public Health CCPMH cohort to the city of Firenze, and their beautiful campus.
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Everyone Has to Stand for Something

February 15, 2019

By Cheryl Healton, DrPH. One year ago yesterday, I was at Boston University’s School of Public Health giving a speech about how the Master Settlement Agreement on tobacco might provide a powerful ...
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Fulfilling the Dream: If We Don't, Who Will?

February 8, 2019

By Dr. Joyce Moon Howard. I vividly remember walking down the row of National Guards who held back the ranting, jeering crowds of people with faces full of anger. I wondered how adults could be so f...
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Chipping Away at Women's Autonomy

February 1, 2019

By Dr. Tara Shirazian. Last weekend, I saw a fascinating and timely off-Broadway play called The Wickedest Woman. It details the life and death of Ann Trow Lohman, a self-proclaimed midwife and ph...
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The Government Shutdown: A Needless Accident Waiting to Happen

January 25, 2019

By Dr. Cheryl Healton, DrPH. As we return to campus for the start of the Spring 2019 term, we also mark the fifth week of the historic government shutdown.  There were glimmers of hope for a resolu...
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New STEM designation enables two-year work extension in U.S. for eligible international students

January 18, 2019

NYU College of Global Public Health programs have been classified as STEM-eligible, allowing international students on an F-1 visa to apply for two years of additional employment in the United Stat

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