Find out how we are prioritizing our academic and research mission for the fall semester, and how we are keeping our community safe, informed, and engaged.
Faculty and researchers are initiating projects aimed at contributing to the global response to COVID-19 and better understanding the impact it has on our world.
Research at NYU Abu Dhabi deepens our understanding of the world and ourselves.
Rapid human-caused change to the environment is jeopardizing the survival of one of our planet’s keystone species.
How does Islam impact the world’s youth in their lives outside the mosque?
A biologist-filmmaker with one eye looking through a camera and another looking down a microscope.
“If we think about the major problems we as a human race will face in the near future, finding ways to support the rapidly growing African population is critical.”
NYU Abu Dhabi is marking a milestone anniversary — 10 years of excellence in higher education, innovative research, and community enrichment. This year, we will honor our University’s many accomplishments, and set the stage for the next great chapter.
Hear how our students, faculty, and staff are staying connected and navigating the new normal.
This NYU Abu Dhabi Class of 2024 student came up with the idea of a social initiative that brings enrichment opportunities for youth under one platform.
A collaboration between student and professor led to the making of this contemporary performance — a creation born out of an experimental classroom reading.
A new tool out of NYU Abu Dhabi could help policymakers assess their options in the battle against the pandemic.
Touba Marrie, who graduated in 2019 from NYU Abu Dhabi, will pursue a master’s degree at Cardiff University in Data Science and Analytics.
NYU Abu Dhabi continues to put together a range of virtual experiences past and present, to continue the exchange of ideas with national and international communities.
September 29, 2020
Lebanese artist Tania El Khoury is known for her genre-bending interactive live art works performed in unique spaces and concerned with the ethical and political potential of such encounters.
October 4, 2020
Award-winning author and journalist Charles Siebert discusses his many experiences visiting with, and writing about, non-human animals, and what they reveal to us about themselves and us.
Sept 9 – Oct 4, 2020
Through touch, sound, and interactivity As Far As Isolation Goes (online) brings audience members in contact with those faced with the inhumanities of detention centers and a mental health system that disregards their political and emotional contexts.