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The Office of Research at the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development promotes the tenets of research and supports the faculty with the foundations and tools critical to engage in scholarly activities which broaden the understanding of the world around us and which seek to improve the human condition.

Research @ NYU Steinhardt

  • Faculty Achievements: Grants and Publications
    A complete list of achievements by the faculty of the Department of Occupational Therapy. Grants: Kristie Koenig, Associate Professor and Department Chair, Department of Occupational Therapy Co-Principal Investigator: “IDEAS: Inventing, Designing and Engineering on the Autism Spectrum”. (Principal Investigator Wendy Martin, PhD). National Science Foundation (NSF). Funded for 9/16 to 8/19. $215,660 (subaward). Principal Investigator: [...] (Read Story)
  • Kristie Koenig Receives NSF Grant for IDEAS Project in Collaboration with the ASD Nest Support Project and Others
    The IDEAS Project: Inventing, Designing, and Engineering on the Autism Spectrum was awarded a 3 year, $1.1 million National Science Foundation (NSF) Grant! The project is a collaboration between Education Development Center, Inc.’s Center for Children and Technology (EDC|CCT), the ASD Nest Support Project at Steinhardt, NYU Tandon School of Engineering, New York Hall of [...] (Read Story)
  • Activist Hashtags: Counterpublics and Discourse Circulation
    A new journal article by doctoral candidate Rachel Kuo examines the ways in which hashtags frame and drive racial justice discourse. The piece, published in the latest issue of New Media & Society, focuses on the usage of hashtags ... (Read Story)
  • Steinhardt Study Looks at How Racial Inequality is Produced Online
    Hands typing on laptop computer, close-upInternet users tend to navigate between websites in a racially segregated way, despite pathways that provide equitable access to different sites, finds a new NYU Steinhardt study. The findings are published online in the journal Information, Communication, and Society. Discussions about racial inequality on the web have been going on for decades, but few studies [...] (Read Story)
  • Study Finds People with Multiple Sclerosis Experience Challenges Managing Money
    wallet-669458_640Managing money is a complex, cognitively demanding task – which can present a significant challenge for people living with multiple sclerosis. In the first-ever study examining money management in people with the central nervous system autoimmune disease, individuals with multiple sclerosis reported and demonstrated more problems managing money than those without the disease. The findings [...] (Read Story)
  • Rise of China’s Culture Industries
    A new book by Professor Lily Chumley examines the emergence of China’s creative economy as “culture workers,” tasked with developing new imaginaries to stimulate consumption in the post-socialist marketplace, burst onto ... (Read Story)
  • Yoshikawa Leads Consensus Statement on Undocumented Youth and Families
    4661902832_d0e84343dc_bIn the United States, 5.3 million children and adolescents are growing up either with unauthorized status or with at least one parent who has that status. Until recently, little research has informed policy debates related to unauthorized status – including those about border enforcement, deportation, and a pathway to citizenship – despite the importance of [...] (Read Story)
  • Occupational Therapy Study Finds Differences in Older Adults Who Fall Indoors Versus Outdoors
    Fall Risk Patient At The HospitalFalling can have serious consequences for older adults, including a loss of function and increased risk of institutionalization. According to a new study by NYU’s Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development, patient characteristics and outcomes differ for people who fall outdoors versus indoors. “Falls are one of the most common causes of emergency [...] (Read Story)