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Research from Daphna Harel Finds Depression Assessments Reliable Across Technology, Setting, and Type

The study from lead author and Associate Professor of Applied Statistics Daphna Harel compares different modalities including online, pen-and-paper, in-person interview, and by phone.

Education and Social Policy Alum Erik Shell Leverages Data Analytics for Chicago Government

NYU Steinhardt alum Erik Shell (MA ’20, Education and Social Policy) is the director of strategic planning and impact for the City of Chicago’s Department of Family.

Mann Accepted into NYU’s EdD Program

Advancing to this prestigious practice-based doctorate program, Aubrey will explore audience care's limits in productions dealing with tough subjects.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Healing, Bridging, Thriving: A Reflection from the Arts and Health Caucus

Dr. Nisha Sajnani and her co-conveners share their reflections from "Healing, Bridging, Thriving: A Summit on Arts and Culture," hosted by the White House Domestic Policy Council and National Endowment for the Arts.
Areas of Study: The Arts

80WSE Gallery Presents New Asian American Art History in Landmark Survey Exhibition

"Legacies: Asian American Art Movements in New York City (1969-2001)" examines artists of the Asian diaspora, including Ai Weiwei and Yoko Ono, who worked in New York City during the last third of the 20th century.

NYU Metro Center Team Members Are Honored at Steinhardt Recognition Event

NYU Metro Center extends a heartfelt thank you and well-deserved congratulations to those staff members that were nominated for special honors and awards during a recent NYU Steinhardt Recognition Event.

Krishnendu Ray and Co-Authors Awarded Warren Belasco Prize

The professor of food studies and director of the food studies PhD program was recognized for “superior research, a unique perspective and methodological approach, and novel insights for the study of food."

PhD Student Receives Artist of Exceptional Merit Designation

The Asian American Arts Alliance selected Media, Culture, and Communication doctoral student Luna Beller-Tadiar as a 2024 Jadin Wong Artist of Exceptional Merit.

Four NYU Steinhardt Alumni Win Top Tony Awards at 77th Annual Celebration of Broadway

Four alumni won in the categories of Best New Play and Best Revival of a Play.

New Study on the Music Therapy Musicianship of Paul Nordoff and Clive Robbins by Tamar Hadar with Ken Aigen

Announcing a new book on the music therapy musicianship of Paul Nordoff and Clive Robbins

Lyle Ashton Harris: Exploring Identity in 'Our First and Last Love' at the Queens Museum

The exhibition showcases Harris's exploration of identity, race, and sexuality through diverse media, including photography, video, and installations.
Areas of Study: The Arts

New Book from Shamari Reid: Humans Who Teach

Assistant Professor of Teaching and Learning Shamari Reid asks teachers to surrender their superhero capes in his new book on love, justice, and liberation in schools.

Nutrition and Food Studies Graduate Sasha Dubose Speaks at Inaugural Queer Food Conference

The 2024 graduate participated in a panel on how food and eating can create community.

2024 Media, Culture, and Communication Graduate Ray Sun's Journey, from COVID Care to Law School

Ray Sun (BS ’24, Media, Culture, and Communication) shares how he supported fellow students during COVID, gave back as a peer mentor, and discovered his post-undergraduate path to law school.

NYU Steinhardt 2024 Recognition Event Honors Researcher, Staff, and Administrator Service and Excellence

The annual Steinhardt Recognition Event celebrated contributions, accomplishments, and career milestones.

New Research from Communicative Sciences and Disorders Associate Professor Eric Jackson: Can Psychedelics Help Stutterers?

Researchers analyzed Reddit posts from stutterers sharing experiences with substances such as magic mushrooms and LSD.

Sara B. Franklin Publishes Much Anticipated Biography of Editor Judith Jones

Legendary editor Judith Jones finally gets her due in this intimate biography written by Sara B. Franklin, a professor at the NYU Gallatin School for Individualized Study and an alumni of Steinhardt's Food Studies program.

Department of Occupational Therapy 2024 Faculty Highlights

Read on to learn about the highlights from the 2023-2024 academic year by the Department of Occupational Therapy faculty members.
Areas of Study: Health

Metro Center Hosts Equity Now: 70 Years of Brown vs. Board Conference

NYU Steinhardt’s Metro Center hosted the Equity Now Conference exactly 70 years to the day since the momentous Brown vs. Board decision.

Congratulations to the 2024 Steinhardt Graduation Award Winners from Occupational Therapy

Join us in congratulating the 2024 Steinhardt Graduation Award Recipients From The Department of Occupational Therapy at NYU.
Areas of Study: Health