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September 6, 2011: Josh Lambert has been named obscenity and Jewish culture critic at Tablet Magazine. He had been dorot assistant professor and faculty fellow at New York University. (release)

May 15, 2007: Suketu Mehta has been awarded a Guggenheim fellowship at New York University. (mb)

May 15, 2007: Katie Roiphe has been named assistant director of the graduate Cultural Reporting and Criticism program at New York University. (mb)

May 15, 2007: Mohamad Bazzi has been named Edward R. Murrow fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations at New York University. He had been Middle East bureau chief at Newsday. (mb)

September 16, 2005: Lawrence Weschler has been named a distinguished writer-in-residence in the journalism department of New York University. He has been a staff writer at The New Yorker for more than 20 years. (release)

September 16, 2005: Writer and composer James McBride has been named a distinguished writer-in-residence in the journalism department of New York University. (release)

September 16, 2005: Nonfiction writer and essayist Steven Johnson has been named a distinguished writer-in-residence in the journalism department of New York University. (release)

September 16, 2005: Robert Lee Hotz has been named a distinguished writer-in-residence in the journalism department of New York University. He is a science and technology reporter for the Los Angeles Times (release)

September 16, 2005: Writer and essayist Paul Berman has been named a distinguished writer-in-residence in the journalism department of New York University. (release)

September 16, 2005: Nonfiction writer Ted Conover has been named a distinguished writer-in-residence in the journalism department of New York University. (release)

September 16, 2005: Craig Wolff has been named clinical associate professor at the New York University department of journalism. He was previously a reporter at The New York Times. (release)

September 16, 2005: Steve Twomey has been named clinical associate professor at the New York University department of journalism. (release)

September 16, 2005: Catherine Manegold has been named a visiting professor at New York University's department of journalism. She was previously the James M. Cox professor of journalism at Emory University. (relase)