Tzili Charney, Founder of the Charney Resolution Center visits NYU Abu Dabi with EMIS graduates and the Charney Center’s Ambassadors Beniamin Strzelecki (Benjy) and Rodrigo Ferreira.Read More
First day of the program, we would like to wish our Ambassador Naka and all the participating students good luck!Read More
CRC in cooperation with The Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel (SPNI) sponsored the Eagle Project. On May 23, 2018, EMIS 11th grad students traveled to the Hay-Bar Carmel to learn about the preservation of eagles in Israel and to place a GPS tracker, on one of them before setting him free.Read More
On the 23rd of January 2018, the visual art students of EMIS woke up bright and early and got into a bus driving straight to a rainy Umm Al Fahm (alternatively spelled Umm El-Fahem), an Arab town in the Haifa District of Israel. Upon arrival, the students were welcomed in the Umm El-Fahem Art Gallery with warm smiles and a delicious Arab breakfast. After getting settled in, the students took a walk around the exhibition, Selfie: I Was Here by Ashraf Fawakhry, an exhibitionRead More
“24:7” is an art initiative in Times Square. A consortium of artists, hailing from Asia, Africa, Europe, Australia, and the Americas have organized a video art takeover of a new billboard on the southwest corner of 41st St and Broadway. “24:7” tests the power of video art to engage the public meaningfully and challenges the district's historical use of the built environment, almost exclusively as an advertising medium.
Three Leon Charney Diplomacy Program students have been named Sackler Fellows by the Foreign Policy Association (FPA). Alexa Menashe, Jessica Malinowska and Maria Hasbun attended the FPA’s World Leadership Forum in New York City to receive the honor.Read More
Opening of a new synagogue at Kishorit dedicated in honor of Leon CharneyRead More