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The Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions congratulates former Director of Dance Education Miriam Roskin Berger for being included on the Forbes 50 Over 50 list.
Dominique Jackson — Tobagonian-and-Trinidadian-American actress, author, model, reality television personality, and LGBTQ+ community advocate — is NYU Steinhardt's 2023-2024 Scholar-in-Residence.
Pryor passed away in February 2023 at the age of 76 after a courageous battle with cancer.
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NYU Steinhardt's newest faculty members include educators, scholars, musicians, activists, writers, and more.
Children Affected by the Syrian Refugee Crisis are Effectively Learning Numbers, Letters, and "Emotional ABCs" through the Ahlan Simsim Initiative
NYU Steinhardt’s Global TIES research finds that introducing an Arabic version of Sesame Street, along with support services, helped kids "not just survive, but thrive."
The Research Alliance is excited to announce that Dr. Kathryn Hill has been promoted to Research Director.
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Findings by Assistant Professor of Applied Psychology Natalie H. Brito have implications for physical and mental health at life’s early stages.
Farha Najah Hussain has received a Saffran Student Scholar Award for the 17th Annual Eleanor M. Saffran Conference on Cognitive Neuroscience and Rehabilitation of Communication Disorders, to be hosted by Temple University on September 28-30, 2023.
Media, Culture, and Communication alum Betsy Riley (BS ’09), alongside NYU Gallatin alum Elizabeth Myer (BA ’09), created a next generation breastfeeding experience for today’s parents.