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- Merging Health and Technology: Q&A with Claire Kearney-Volpe
- Study Finds Drop in Mothers Physically Disciplining Children
- Charter Schools Enroll More Girls, with Boys More Likely to Leave
- Teacher Communication with Parents Consistent with Racial Stereotypes
- The Kids Are Alright: Youth Are Civically Engaged, Despite Income Inequality
- Led by Steinhardt’s Juan Bello, NYU Launches Research Initiative to Combat NYC Noise Pollution
- Augmented Reality Contributes to Museum Learning
- Researchers Develop a Method to Shorten Patient Reported Outcome Assessment
- Drama Therapy Performance Tackles Terror, Nov. 10-13
- Gender Gaps in Math Persist, With Teachers Underrating Girls’ Math Skills
- Books from Our Faculty: Bridget O'Connor, Professor of Higher Education and Business Education, has co-edited a 4-volume set Learning and Teaching in Higher Education.
- Faculty Achievements: Grants and Publications
- Kristie Koenig Receives NSF Grant for IDEAS Project in Collaboration with the ASD Nest Support Project and Others
- Activist Hashtags: Counterpublics and Discourse Circulation
- Rise of China’s Culture Industries
- MCC Doctoral Candidate Receives Prestigious Mellon/ACLS Fellowship
- Nicole Starosielski Receives Award For Best First Book From The Society for Cinema and Media Studies
- Fred Turner is the 2016 LeBoff Distinguished Visiting Scholar
- PhD Student Nour Makarem Nominated for Emerging Leaders in Nutrition Science Competition
- Occupational Therapy Study Finds Four Factors Predict Outcomes for Children with Low Birth Weight
- Shondel Nero Awarded James E. Alatis Prize for Research on Language Planning and Policy in Educational Contexts
- Faculty Achievements: Grants and Publications
- Helen Nissenbaum and Cornell Researcher Awarded NSF Grant to Study Privacy
- Richard Arum receives $590,000 grant from MacArthur Foundation
- Edward Seidman receives $30,443 from Piramal Foundation
- Hirokazu Yoshikawa awarded $114,687 from ICFES
- Q&A with Arjun Appadurai on new book “Banking on Words”
- ASD Nest to Partner with Self-Advocates to Further High School Model
- Computerized Cognitive Training Game for Executive Abilities
- Occupational Therapy Department Study Finds Writing Workshop Gives Seniors a Sense of Purpose
- Karen Adolph receives $222,219 supplement from NSF
- Andrea Deierlein receives $732,839 grant from NIH
- Lisa Gennetian receives $76,256 subaward from Columbia
- Perry Halkitis receives the 2015 Psychology and AIDS Distinguished Leader Award as a Distinguished Leader
- Doctoral Student Receives 2015 Melvin Kranzberg Dissertation Fellowship
- Natasha Schüll Joins MCC
- A Path to Leadership: An Interview with Kristie Patten Koenig
"‘Dinnertimin’ and ‘No Tipping’: How Advertisers Targeted Black Consumers in the 1970s." Charlton McIlwain, associate professor of media, culture, and communication, says in the 70s, white-dominated ad agencies lacked a general familiarity with black communities, leading them to design ads that were racially naive and relied on stereotypes. The Atlantic, June 7, 2015.
"New study presents how NY high schools serve Black and Latino males." A new Reseach Alliance study led by Adriana Villavicencio examines how the Expanded Success Initiative has worked in its second year of existence. Amsterdam News, May 29, 2015.
"Pop music’s biggest sellout: How many brands paid for product placement in your favorite songs?" Sam Howard-Spink, clinical assistant professor of music business, says that because of 360 deals, in which a label controls more of an artist’s career, profits are shared between artists and labels, which then seek other forms of profit from advertising and sponsorships. Salon, May 28, 2015.
"Hands That Itch to Hold the Spoon." Amy Bentley, associate professor of food studies, writes that America’s distaste for public breast-feeding has its roots in the rise of the commercial food industry. Slate, May 27, 2015.
"The Underwater Internet." Nicole Starosielski, assistant professor of media, culture, and communication, writes that half-century-old cable stations are critical nodes where messages can be delayed, censored, or intercepted. The Atlantic, May 26. 2015.
"Executive function not a panacea for education ills." Clancy Blair, professor of applied psychology, says executive function is slippery to define and even harder to measure. Boston Globe, May 24, 2015.
- Recent Awards for HMSS Faculty!
"Google Maps Is Racist Because the Internet Is Racist." Charlton McIlwain, associate professor of media, culture, and communication, explains that the Web itself is fraught with the same kinds of racial problems, controversies, and politics that we’ve dealt with offline for most of our country’s history. Wired, May 23, 2015.
- 2014-2015 Faculty Grants and Publications
- Dr. Tsu-Hsin Howe Appointed Director of Post Professional Program
- Executive function not a panacea for education ills.
- Rodney Benson Wins 2015 International Journal of Press/Politics Best Book Award
- [ECT Colloquium Series] Nicole Krämer
- Lab Member Highlight: Meet Regula Neuenschwander!
- [ECT Colloquium Series] Rand Spiro
- [CREATE & ECT Colloquium Series] Miguel Nussbaum
- CSRP Releases Video
- Lab Member Highlight: Meet Michael Masucci!
- Lab Member Highlight: Meet Jessica Burdick!
- Further Discussion of Tools of the Mind
- Media Coverage for Tools of the Mind Study
- NYU NEL Researchers Publish Paper in PLOS ONE
- [ECT Colloquium Series] June Ahn
- NYU To Support Pre-K For All in NYC
- [ECT Colloquium Series] Audrey Watters
- [ECT Colloquium Series] W. Russell Neuman
- [MCC Lecture Series] Mimi Ito
- Media Coverage for Dr. Raver’s Paper, “Poverty, Household Chaos, and Interparental Aggression Predict Children’s Ability to Recognize and Modulate Negative Emotions”
- [ECT Colloquium Series] Camillia Matuk
- Lab Member Highlight: Meet Paula Daneri!
- Faculty Position: Assistant/Associate Professor, Kent State University
- Job: VP of Digital Experiences, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts