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Assistant Professor in the Department of Media, Culture, and Communication, Laine Nooney explains the history of computer-related pain.
Ronald Sadoff and Gillian B. Anderson discuss their stewardship of the screen music journal in a University of Illinois Press podcast.
Professors Paula Chakravartty and Ajantha Subramanian explain why caste inequality matters in America
Professors from NYU Steinhardt MCC and Gallatin and Harvard Anthropology Department collaborate in New York Times article “Why Is Caste Inequality Still Legal in America?”
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Adriana Villavicencio’s new book, Am I My Brother’s Keeper?, offers powerful insights into the challenges of implementing large-scale educational change. Drawing on the Research Alliance’s four-year study of the Expanded Success Initiative (ESI), which aimed to improve the educational outcomes of 15,000 Black and Latinx males in NYC public high schools, the book examines what worked, what didn’t, and what we can learn from the experience.
Dr. Hiro Yoshikawa (NYU Steinhardt) and doctoral candidate Andrew Nalani contributed to a Socius Journal special collection focusing on the role of social science in responding to inequality.
The Research Alliance’s new policy brief outlines recommendations for how City and District leaders can take a more demanding approach to advancing equity, while sustaining the progress that has been made during the last 20 years.
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"The speech-language-hearing profession needs a different future that more accurately represents the multiply-braided identities of the people we serve."
The NYU Entrepreneurial Institute highlighted Rooted Fare, a startup co-founded by Food Studies alum Ashley Xie that partners and profit-shares with immigrant chefs to make Asian sauces for homemade dishes.
NYU selected the Department of Occupational Therapy's Shanteria Carr as an exceptional student to highlight among the more than 18,000 graduates in the Class of 2021.