Study by NYU Steinhardt and Langone Medical Center Finds Use of Crack and Powder Varies Among High School Students

The use of crack and powder cocaine both varies and overlaps among high school seniors, researchers at NYU Steinhardt and NYU Langone Medical Center have found. Their findings, which appear in the American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, point to the need to take into account both common and different at-risk factors in developing […]

The Business of Testing is Focus of Steinhardt’s Education Policy Forum

The Steinhardt School opened its 2013-14 education policy breakfast forum series with a panel called, “The Big Business of Testing in America.” Guest speakers William Reese, Carl F. Kaestle WARF Professor of Educational Policy Studies and History, University of Wisconsin-Madison and Matthew Chingos, a fellow of the Brookings Institution, Brown Center on Education Policy, spoke […]

Catherine Milne Named American Association for the Advancement of Science Fellow

The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) has named Catherine Milne of Steinhardt’s Department of Teaching and Learning an AAAS Fellow. Milne, an associate professor for science education, has been recognized “for distinguished contributions to research in chemistry education, and in history and philosophy of science, and for co-editing the journal Cultural Studies […]

Now Showing at 80 WSE Gallery: The Art and Archives of Photographer Bob Mizer

‘DEVOTION:  Excavating Bob Mizer’ is on display at Steinhardt’s 80 Washington Square East Gallery from November 23 through February 15. The first solo presentation of the work of photographer and filmmaker Bob Mizer, the exhibition was organized by Billy Miller, Jonathan Berger, and Dennis Bell of the Bob Mizer Foundation.  The show features photographs that […]

State Child Restraint Laws Leave Many Unprotected, Research by Public Health Faculty Finds

Child restraint laws across many states have gaps that leave unprotected passengers highly vulnerable to vehicle-crash injuries, a study by researchers at NYU’s Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development has found. The findings, which appeared recently in the journal Social Science and Medicine, show that many child restraint laws lag behind existing research […]

Sumie Okazaki of Department of Applied Psychology, Named William T. Grant Fellow

Sumie Okazaki, a professor in the Department of Applied Psychology, has been named a distinguished fellow of the William T. Grant Foundation.  The fellowship program offers researchers an opportunity “to immerse themselves in the worlds of policy and practice” by providing support for a research project. Okazaki will receive $152,000 to study how two different […]