NYU Washington, DC
NYU Washington, DC allows for concentrated study and research in an
array of subjects, including: politics, economics, environmental
studies, public policy, journalism to art history, while incorporating
the spirit of a capital city. The student experience is enhanced by
access to Washington’s distinctive intellectual, political, and cultural
life. No global network would be complete without a location in the US
capital, which is also home to 174 embassies, headquarters of
international policy-making bodies, and the seat of the US federal
The Constance Milstein and Family Global Academic Center provides a home-away-from-home for faculty and researchers traveling to Washington, and as a gathering space for our many alumni in the capital area. It also serves as a venue for dynamic public programming, featuring NYU faculty and leaders from the government, business, and cultural worlds.
Events for Alumni
Below you will find events open to NYU alumni hosted by the alumni club in the region or by this academic center. Visit the global events tab of our alumni events calendar for a list of all NYU global events for alumni. Anyone who is not receiving our communications can easily be added to the list by updating their address here.