This May, Roman Chen’17 graduated summa cum laude from NYU Shanghai. Shortly after, the self-designed honors major to joined The Graduate Institute in Geneva in pursuit of a master’s degree in Development Studies. In this issue, we interviewed him on his academic exploration.
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News and Research
NYU Shanghai Marks Five Year Anniversary
October 15 marks five years since New York University Shanghai was officially established, becoming the first Sino-American joint university in China and the third degree-granting campus in NYU’s global network.
Historians at NYU Shanghai and East China Normal University this week discussed the evolution of relations between China and India at a roundtable on the causes and consequences of the 1962 Border War.
Project Neuron, a visual and performance art piece by NYU Shanghai faculty, students and local artists debuted Monday at the 43rd International Computer Music Conference. Dancers explored, built and shaped the city of Shanghai in the virtual world.
Welcome to the first Program on Creativity and Innovation Podcast. This month's guest is Alex Ruthmann, Director of Music Education at NYU Steinhardt. He talks to Musa Malik '17 about interdisciplinary connections among music, technology and creative expression.
China Daily interviewed James Bromley ’18 in an article about China’s joint-venture universities and how they provide foreign students with access to valuable Chinese experiences, as well as what it’s like to study political economy at NYU Shanghai.
During the convention of the 19th CPC National Congress, CGTN hosted Adjunct Professor of Finance Michele Geraci, who commented on China’s new vision for economic development. Click to watch Professor Geraci’s take on China’s future economic growth.
BBC wrote about the rapidly-changing dynamics of Chinese family life in recent years, quoting Assistant Professor of Psychology Li Xuan, who suggested that Chinese families are not breaking up as it may seem--China has a much lower divorce rate than US and Western European countries.