Explore the global impact of art, media, theatre, and music.
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Graduate student Monet Takeda never saw herself in Performing Arts Administration until she realized all the potential and exciting opportunities awaiting her.
Media, Culture, and Communication Associate Professor Ben Kafka is the co-editor of a new work compiling for the first time William Pietz’s writings on the history of the fetish.
A recent survey of dance students found that many identified themselves as dancers first and humans second, a choice dance education graduate student Lily Chong found telling, if not surprising.
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In Summer 2022, three scholars from Afghanistan arrived in New York City after nearly a year of efforts throughout NYU to bring them and their families to safety.
Erika Hardaway ’15 (MA, International Education) is an abolitionist educator and consultant with a background in K-12 education, DEI programming, and more.
Hirokazu Yoshikawa and Joshua Aronson appeared at #51 and #107, respectively, of the 2023 RHSU Edu-Scholar Rankings.
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Study Finds NYC Health Inspectors Gave Only Asian Restaurants Higher Number of Citations at Start of Pandemic
In January and February of 2020, Asian restaurants in New York City were the only type of cuisine to see an increase in citations.
Kenneth Aigen is a music therapist and the Director of NYU Steinhardt's Music Therapy Program. He specializes in working with children and adolescents with emotional and developmental delays. Here he speaks about his history with the program, current projects, and his path to becoming an expert in the field.
Health inequities revealed by the pandemic inspired an aspiring cook to pursue a career in nutrition.