New App Helps New York City Students Navigate High School Admissions

Choosing a high school in New York City can be a daunting task, with more than 700 programs to choose from in 400-plus schools throughout the five boroughs. Now, a new app helps students and families simplify their search by focusing the choice process on a personalized list of 20 best-fit schools. The NYC High […]

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 About NYU’s “Incubator” for Disability Research and Activism with MCC’s Mara Mills

The field of disability studies looks at the historical, social, and legal circumstances that shape the experience of disability. It also recognizes that disability is not a matter of discrete impairments — but rather an opportunity for coalition or identification. For the past decade, a group of NYU faculty — led by Mara Mills, associate […]

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 Live from Los Angeles, Steinhardt Alumna Wins Emmy for ‘Saturday Night Live’

Sunday night was a good night for NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” — including one of the show’s producers, Erin Doyle (BS ’07), a graduate of NYU Steinhardt’s Department of Media, Culture, and Communication. Doyle and her colleagues won the Emmy Award for Outstanding Variety Sketch Series for “Saturday Night Live.” Congrats to all on an extraordinary night! #SNL #Emmys […]

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 NYU Steinhardt To Stage Brigadoon, September 21-25

NYU Steinhardt’s Program in Vocal Performance will present Lerner and Loewe’s Brigadoon from September 21–25, 2017. The show features book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner and music by Frederick Loewe. Renowned dancer and choreographer Agnes de Mille created the original dances. NYU Steinhardt’s MK Lawson directs and choreographs. Brigadoon tells the story of two […]

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 Steinhardt Professors Teach UNICEF Early Childhood MOOC, Reaching Learners Around the World

A new course not bound by geographic location, nor the number of desks in a classroom, is ramping up for its second global offering to students this month. The Best Start in Life: Early Childhood Development for Sustainable Development is a massive open online course, or MOOC, that covers innovations in science-based early childhood development […]

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 NYC Students Find Refuge Through Expression in Art Therapy

Eight-year-old William lives with his family in a Bedford Stuyvesant housing project. His parents — who emigrated from China — are often absent, and William spends much of his time alone playing video games. He rarely plays outside, as he feels unsafe in his neighborhood. Based on his limited support at home and his school […]

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