Explore the global impact of art, media, theatre, and music.
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80 Washington Square East (80WSE) curator Howie Chen talks recent opportunities and future plans.
The Arts & Health Pre-Summit Caucus on January 29 preceded “Healing, Bridging, Thriving: A Summit on Arts and Culture in our Communities.”
This fall, Steinhardt’s graduate Art Therapy program offered a free weekly program, Healing Through Art, to visitors at the Rubin Museum.
We train the professionals who transform education at all levels, from pre-K to higher education, around the world.
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IHDSC’s Path Program partnership reached another milestone on Monday, January 22, 2024, when New York City Public Schools (NYCPS) Chancellor, David C. Banks, made a special visit to observe the NYCPS Specialized Program at I.S. 219 New Venture School.
NYU Metro Center’s 2024 Equity Conference Names Curriculum Designer & award winning Author of Cultivating Genius, Dr. Gholdy Muhammad as Keynote Speaker.
“International Studies in Human Rights Education and Activism” focuses on the role of stories, narrative, and bearing witness in human rights practice.
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Researchers found brain waves related to stopping body movements can predict stuttering.
For People with Memory Struggles After Brain Injuries, Researchers Say the Brain’s Processing Speed Is the Main Culprit
In a comparison of processing speed vs. working memory, processing speed deficits had a significant effect.
For students in NYU Steinhardt’s Music Therapy program, music is more than just an artistic pastime, but a powerful tool in the service of human wellbeing.