There's more than one kind of goal in football, especially for participants in a customized program for children with autism, co-organized and hosted by NYU Abu Dhabi. For the kids, volunteers, and parents alike, having fun was the biggest goal of all.Read More »
University students from throughout the UAE, enrolled in the Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Scholars Program (SMSP), embarked on the trip of a lifetime in February, traveling to New York City and Washington, D.C. to participate in global awareness activities, meet leaders in education and business, and (of course) have some fun.Read More »
An eye-catching metal sculpture is on display until April 2 in the East Plaza at NYU Abu Dhabi. Entitled Keswa, it is the 2015 Christo and Jeanne-Claude Award winner by Nada Al Mulla and Salwa Al Khudairi, architecture students at The American University of Sharjah. The project was selected from a number of high calibre submissions for its creativity, originality and quality of production research.Read More »
In this episode of The Conversation, Assistant Professor of Physics Joseph Gelfand discusses some of the strangest objects in the universe, pulsars and their odd cousins, magnetars.
The Conversation is a video series that presents short talks by NYUAD researchers on topics ranging from Astrophysics to Art History.
Guest Post by Karma Gurung (Class of 2018)
Football enthusiasts—from small children to adults—gathered at NYU Abu Dhabi from March 12-14 for the Kicking + Screening Football Film Festival organized by the NYUAD Arts Center. The festival began with the screening of Blue Moon Rising, a documentary that follows the transformative change of Manchester City in 2009-2010 through the eyes of a group of fans.Read More »