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NYU Steinhardt's priority is safeguarding the health of our community, the communities we serve, and the general public by avoiding formal and informal gatherings whenever possible. We are exploring alternative options for as many upcoming events as possible. Please use the Contact Us link on each event for more information and visit NYU's Coronavirus Information webpage for University updates.

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IES-PIRT Proseminar Series: Dr. Constance Lindsay

Dr. Constance Lindsay (University of North Carolina) will give a presentation as part of the IES-PIRT proseminar series.

Funding Your Graduate Education at NYU Steinhardt Webinar

Join our webinar to learn about the financial aid application process and funding sources at NYU Steinhardt! Get your financial aid questions answered before the FAFSA and Scholarship Application…

Supporting Students In Challenging Times

This seminar series will address the disruptions and uncertainties brought about by the challenges of our times and their impact on our students and their families.

Areas of Study: Education

Summer 2022 Graduate Study Abroad Info Session #1

Learn about our upcoming global learning opportunities this Summer 2022 term, where you can immerse yourself in a focused academic topic with a global perspective taught by NYU Steinhardt faculty.

A Multistate Approach for Mediation Analysis in the Presence of Semi-competing Risks with Application in Cancer Survival Disparities

Join PRIISM and Assistant Professor Linda Valeri (Columbia University) to learn how new approaches to mediation analysis can help understand racial disparities in cancer survival.

Café con Metro Series 2

Café con Metro is a discussion that brings communities of educators together to center Culturally Responsive and Sustaining Education in classrooms and schools. We also aim to authentically engage…

Areas of Study: Education

Drama Therapy Research Symposium: Disability Justice: Drama Therapy As Collective Liberation

This interactive panel discussion will bring drama therapy practice and experience into conversation with current thinking in the disability justice movement.

Areas of Study: The Arts

IES-PIRT Proseminar Series: Dr. Sarah Cohodes

Dr. Sarah Cohodes (Teachers College, Columbia University) will give a presentation as part of the IES-PIRT proseminar series.

​51st Annual NABE Conference

Building a globally diverse multilingual society.

Areas of Study: Education

Drama Therapy Research Symposium: Unmuted: Digitizing Forum Theatre to Investigate Online Harassment during the Pandemic

This interactive presentation will walk participants through the purpose, process and reflections of a Forum Theatre video project, titled 'Unmuted', created to investigate the increased online…

Areas of Study: The Arts

Building Schools Our Children Deserve

A Culturally Responsive-Sustaining Education Discussion Guide.

Areas of Study: Education

Drama Therapy Research Symposium: DRAMA THERAPY NOIRE - The Evolution of the Black American Role Taxonomy in Drama Therapy

This work investigates the racialized stereotypes and roles of Black American people located in the therapeutic spaces.

Drama Therapy Research Symposium: Student Poster Presentations of Thesis Research

Nicole Shaw, Monica Gamboa, Saumya Goel, Max Durrant, and Rachel Brooks

Areas of Study: The Arts

Funding Your Graduate Education at NYU Steinhardt Webinar

Join our webinar to learn about the financial aid application process and funding sources at NYU Steinhardt! Get your financial aid questions answered before the FAFSA and Scholarship Application…

Drama Therapy Research Symposium: Drama Therapy and Counseling with Autistic and Trans, Non-binary and Gender Non-conforming Youth and Adults

This panel discussion, drama therapists and clinicians who offer support to people who identify as both Autistic and Transgender, Non-binary and/or Gender Non-conforming, and people who identify as…

Areas of Study: The Arts

A Community Conversation with Black Girls: Identity, Education, and Girlhood

Join us for a community conversation on the schooling experiences of Black girls.

Areas of Study: Education

Drama Therapy Research Symposium: De/constructing the Past - Constructing the future

This presentation reports a theatre-based and trauma-sensitive pilot project of a group of drama therapists from Germany.

Areas of Study: The Arts

Drama Therapy Research Symposium: Operationalizing the core processes in drama therapy: A Delphi study

The NADTA research committee completed a study, The Drama Therapy Core Processes Delphi Study, which investigated the communal conceptualization and understanding of previously identified drama…

Areas of Study: The Arts

Drama Therapy Research Symposium: The Theatre as Care Study: A mixed-method study on the role of drama therapy in actor and company wellness at Theatre Works USA

The NYU Program in Drama Therapy has partnered with Theatre Works USA to develop an innovative theatre company wellness program to support the health and wellbeing of actors and staff engaged in…

Areas of Study: The Arts

Drama Therapy Research Symposium: Arts-based rehabilitation in the community for adults with mental health conditions

The presentation will focus on two arts-based rehabilitation programs in the community for adults with mental health conditions.

Areas of Study: The Arts