The Pursuit of Racial and Social Justice through Education
As a school of culture, education, and human development — and as the first school of pedagogy in the western hemisphere — we at NYU Steinhardt condemn the premise upon which the Trump Administration's "Executive Order on Combating Race and Sex Stereotyping" was based and the implications to which it may lead.Read the School's Full Statement
Explore the global impact of art, media, theatre, and music.
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Join NYU Steinhardt’s Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions in welcoming Vanessa Williams when she hosts artists Rosanne Cash, Renée Fleming, and Jillian Hervey for an in-depth-conversation about the roles women have...
The Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions hosts a month of streamed performances, lectures, master classes, and collegia celebrating Beethoven's historical innovations and contemporary relevance.
Three Takeaways from Working in the Entertainment Industry: An Interview with Lena Kleinfeld (BS '15)
Lena Kleinfeld (BA '15), a graduate of the Department of Media, Culture, and Communications shares insights gleaned from working in the communications industry.
We train the professionals who transform education at all levels, from pre-K to higher education, around the world.
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Metro Center Wins W.K. Kellogg Foundation Grant for Racial Equity Work Among Parent Leadership Organizations
Metro Center awarded $500,000 from the Kellogg Foundation to form a Racial Equity Peer Learning and Inquiry Community with four parent leadership organizations.
A discussion by Native American alums and community members to talk about their experiences and how to move toward healing and harmony together.
Graduate Global Courses Continue to Introduce Students to International Perspectives Despite Mobility Restrictions
Learn how Steinhardt is adapting its graduate study abroad programs in response to COVID-19.
Our alumni and faculty are improving the health and well being of people throughout their lives.
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Professionals in CSD Speaker Series: Promoting Bilingualism and Diversity in Speech-Language Pathology
Looking to learn more about communicative sciences and disorders directly from an SLP in the field? Join this conversation with Ana-Maria Jaramillo, a bilingual pediatric SLP.
Dr. Kristie Patten is being recognized with the American Occupational Therapy Association’s prestigious Eleanor Clarke Slagle Lectureship Award for her critical work in “Strength-Based and Client-Directed Occupational Therapy Practice.”
As the COVID-19 pandemic took hold, Leah joined a mutual aid group in Queens and began organizing mobile food pantries that have since grown to serve 150–200 people weekly. “It’s really simple: anyone who shows up can get food.”