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Support of Steinhardt Professor Nicole Fleetwood's Marking Time initiative will amplify the art of the incarcerated.
NYU Professor and Students Help Create a New Grammy® Special Merit Award for Best Song for Social Change
The Recording Academy announced the creation of a special merit award for Best Song for Social Change. The award was proposed by Music Business Professor Carlos Chirinos. Students cataloged 400 songs dealing with social change.
This summer, NYU Steinhardt alumna Beatrice Glow (BFA, 2008) presents her first exhibition in a major US museum at The Baltimore Museum of Art. Her show, Once the Smoke Clears, runs through October 2nd, 2022.
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NYU Metro Center hosts a discussion on the importance of Equity and Culturally Responsive & Sustaining Practices in School Settings
A new study shows that racism and sexism shape the decisions that teachers make when trying to find the best way to support their students.
This summer, students in the Performing Arts and Visual Arts Administration graduate programs traveled to Berlin and Paris as a part of the Issues and Practices in Arts Administration: The European Context course.
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Gerald Voebel, associate professor of Occupational Therapy, discusses the role apps can play in the rehabilitation of patients with traumatic brain injuries.
Scott Alves Barton (PhD '16) spent a career working as a chef, then turned his attention to food studies.
Researchers reveal elevated activity during stuttering anticipation in a part of the brain that plays key role in cognitive control.