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Celebrated Native American visual artist Nadema Agard is the 2021 Dorothy Height Distinguished Alumni Award winner.
The book, written by Media, Culture, and Communication Associate Professor Brett Gary, explores the characters who ran afoul of stiff obscenity laws in the first half of the 20th century.
Tolentino is one of NYU Steinhardt’s 2021-2022 Scholars in Residence, a program that welcomes distinguished academics, artists, advocates, and other thought-leaders to our community to share their expertise.
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Harvard educator and former public-school administrator awarded a 2022 Dorothy Height Distinguished Alumni Award at this year's Convocation.
J. Larry Aber, NYU Steinhardt Willner Family Professor of Psychology and Public Policy and Ha Yeon Kim, a senior researcher at Global TIES for Children, discuss how to mitigate the disruptions to children’s education in crisis-affected countries.
Arthur J. Antin (MA ’73) is the co-founder of the nation’s largest network of animal care providers and NYU Steinhardt 2020 Dorothy Height Distinguished Alumni Award winner.
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A study from researchers at the Acoustic Phonetics and Perception Lab (APPL) at NYU finds that using terminology such as “female” and “male” or “feminine” and “masculine” affects how people perceive gender when listening to a voice.
This is the second in a series of articles highlighting Steinhardt researchers in special education and disability studies who are working to break down barriers and improve equity.
Research by Steinhardt’s Natalie Brito suggests that infants whose mothers received paid family leave showed greater brain activity in their first three months of life.