Explore the global impact of art, media, theatre, and music.
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The work of women artists makes up only three to five percent of major museums' permanent collections in the US and Europe. Many of these artists struggle financially - but Susan Unterberg is trying to change that.
At NYU Alliance for Public Interest Technology Launch, Steinhardt Faculty Members Talk Ethics and Accessibility
Steinhardt faculty members presented research at the launch of the NYU Alliance for Public Interest Technology, a new initiative that connects faculty members across NYU who collaborate on projects related to public interest technology.
An interview with Latin Jazz legend Bobby Sanabria.
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Arthur Levine, a distinguished scholar, has joined The Steinhardt Institute of Higher Education Policy.
Expanding Opportunity for the Rosebud Sioux Tribe: An Interview with RoseMary Clairmont, Online EdD Student
In Indian education, there is work being done, and RoseMary Clairmont, online EdD student, is invested in doing it.
University professors from New York and California designed and developed three digital games to help its users’ brains work more efficiently.
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Cami Culwell (MS ‘12) noticed that the standard-issue medical bag she used to carry her clinical tools was flawed. “As a clinician, I understand the energy and compassion we devote to clients every day. If Clinitote can alleviate even one problem, then we are one step closer to helping clinicians reach their full potential," she said.
NestCon2020 brought together members of the education and neurodiversity communities to discuss best practices for creating inclusive school environments for autistic children.
What do mashed potatoes, black bean soup, and coconut flan have in common? Not only are they foods easy for individuals with dysphagia, a swallowing disorder, to consume, but they are also dishes recently prepared by master’s students from the NYU Steinhardt Department of Communicative Sciences and Disorders and Department of Nutrition and Food Studies taking “Interdisciplinary Case-Based Management in Dysphagia.”