Now Playing For Three Weekends: New Plays for Young Audiences

NYU Steinhardt’s New Plays for Young Audiences will present three performances in the month of June: Walking Toward America (June 11-12); Echo and Dorian (June 18-19); and The Three Little Wolves (June 25-26). All performances will take place at the Provincetown Playhouse, 133 MacDougal Street (at Washington Square South). Walking Toward America by Sandra Fenichel […]

Alumna Hannah Maria Hayes (ABT ’10) Featured in Dance Teacher Magazine

Dance Education ABT graduate Hannah Marie Hayesis a classical ballet instructor and award-winning journalist who writes regularly for Dance Magazine, Dance Teacher, Dance Spirit, DanceU101.com, and Dance Retailer News. Hayes’ recent article, Theory & Practice: “Play Ball,” describes how to effectively choose and incorporate props into dance classes with children. Prop exercises help young movers […]

Steinhardt Video Looks at How Adults Can Address Kids’ Bullying

How can adults help prevent bullying on the playground and in cyberspace? Learn what current research reveals about how adults can help children process conflict in this 20-minute video. “Human beings are always drawn to some form of organization and hierarchy” says Pedro Noguera. “if you put a random group of people together, within a […]

Shondel Nero Receives Fulbright Award for Teaching and Research

Shondel Nero, associate professor and director of Steinhardt’s program in multilingual mullticultural studies, has been selected for a Fulbright award. Nero, whose research examines the politics, challenges, and strategies of educating second dialect speakers, will be teaching a graduate course titled, “Dialects, Creoles, and Education,” at the University of the West Indies, Jamaica, during the […]

Dean’s Advice to Graduates: Time Races On; Think About It

Time was the subject of Dean Mary Brabeck’s speech to the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development’s graduating class of 2011. At ceremonies honoring 2,417 students, who were awarded baccalaureate, master’s, and doctoral degrees, the dean used the research of neuroscientist David Eagleman to help students ease their passage from college to the […]