Explore the global impact of art, media, theatre, and music.
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Music performances, compositions, poetry, and various forms of art celebrating the diversity and beauty within the African American Culture, featuring students from the Music and Performing Arts Professions department.
NYU Steinhardt Music and Performing Arts Professions presents a tribute to Harriet Tubman featuring the programs in Dance Education, Drama Therapy, Educational Theatre, Jazz Studies, Vocal Performance, and more.
Constructed from interviews in the late 1980s, this new verbatim documentary theatre play brings to life the experiences of 20 early activists fighting for LGBTQ rights before Stonewall.
We train the professionals who transform education at all levels, from pre-K to higher education, around the world.
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Black History Month is often a time for reflection of how we contribute to the empowerment of the Black community through our personal journeys.
NestCon will bring the autism community to NYU Steinhardt for a 3-day conference on how to support diverse learning styles.
New data analysis from Liang Zhang, an NYU Steinhardt professor, and his colleague finds several factors including recent mass shooter incidents impetus for bill introduction.
Our alumni and faculty are improving the health and well being of people throughout their lives.
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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.
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.”
Dr. Rober Roeser, Professor of Caring and Compassion and Professor of Human Development and Family Studies from Pennsylvania State University, will give a presentation as part of the IES-PIRT Proseminar series.