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NYU Steinhardt Professor Creates New Lab Researching Sustainable Entrepreneurship within the Classical Music Field
A grant from the National Endowment for the Arts will establish a new research lab focused on entrepreneurship and innovation in classical music training programs.
In this powerful and important interactive workshop, we will shed light on why we should voice/display our pronouns, and how doing so is an act of solidarity with those struggling to gain gender justice.
This groundbreaking, innovative study is the first paper exploring the effects of art therapy on Parkinson's Disease in a medical peer-reviewed journal utilizing clinical, behavioral, eye tracking, and brain connectivity outcomes.
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The effect of conflict and trauma on a child’s development and education is the subject of a paper by Global TIES for Children.
Research on the Smart Beginnings project, a first-of-its-kind comprehensive approach to the promotion of school readiness in low-income families, shows promise in addressing equity issues.
Join NYU-LEARN for a conversation with Dr. Scheffel (Ruhr University Bochum) and Dr. Whitmer (Federation of American Scientists) on different approaches to scaling up learning analytics and what does/doesn't transfer across...
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COVID-19 highlighted disparities in access to and quality of healthcare for communities of color. Come learn about the systemic challenges and ethical decisions healthcare professionals face.
What We Know (And Don’t Know) About Child Language Development and Zika Virus Exposure: An Interview with Dr. Keisha Lindsay
We sat down with Dr. Keisha Lindsay, an adjunct and Steinhardt alum, to discuss her research on the 2016 Zika epidemic and the expertise speech-language pathologists can lend to global public health issues.
In this global event among three NYU campuses, three esteemed scholars will discuss the interrelated issues of food systems, food security, and the impacts of COVID-19.