For Lan Duong, who grew up in Los Angeles, building Abu Dhabi is a literal obsession.
NYU Abu Dhabi alumni are employed around the world in industries ranging from consulting to technology, startups, and the arts. Many chose to stay in the UAE.
How NYUAD alumni are shaping their adopted home.
When going green becomes the strategic, social, and straightforward thing to do.
My generation is constantly thinking about climate change.
At the World Bank, developing strategies to conserve natural habitats.
Even well-meaning projects can have a rocky start.
Melville-Rea educates people to the threats of water pollution.
Businesses born on campus have a certain appeal in popular culture; thanks to Hollywood, we all know the origins of Facebook.
But as unlikely as a college startup might seem, great universities produce them in abundance. Startups with Saadiyat roots are proliferating.
NYUAD graduates are employed in 66 different countries across the globe.
They knew what kind of art they wanted to create after graduation. When they didn’t find these opportunities, they decided to create them, together, with Tooth n’ Fang, a global-arts collective.
The idea that we’re not limited by borders, by cultures, and that we can actually learn from them and navigate them and move through them with our art, that is something uniquely NYU Abu Dhabi.
96 percent of all employed graduates plan to pursue graduate school in the next 5 years.