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NYU Metro Center’s Voices in Urban Education (VUE) Hosts Student Art Contest for Fall 2023 Issue

NYU Metro Center’s Voices In Urban Education (VUE) is thrilled to announce the call for artists for an upcoming special edition of the open-access journal, focusing on the legacy and impact of Norm Fruchter.

NYU Visual Arts Administration Program Holds Inaugural Final Projects Showcase

The NYU Visual Arts Administration program celebrated graduating students' Final Projects in a Showcase on Monday, May 15th in the Barney Building Commons.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Dance Education Commemorates Black History with Sankofa Event

Inaugural showcase embraces dance, diversity, and honoring knowledge from the past.
Areas of Study: The Arts

The Activist Angler

A new book by Media, Culture, and Communication professor Stephen Duncombe considers the parallels between fly fishing and a life of activism.
Areas of Study: Media Studies

Recognition Event Honors Employee Excellence, Years of Service

Colleagues gathered in person to celebrate NYU Steinhardt’s annual Recognition Event for Administrators, Researchers, and Staff.

NYU Peace Research and Education Program joins the Institute of Human Development and Social Change

We are thrilled to welcome the Peace Research and Education Program (PREP) as the newest affiliate in the Institute of Human Development and Social Chance (IHDSC) network!

Department of Occupational Therapy 2023 Faculty Highlights

Highlights from academic year 2022-2023 by the faculty members of the Department of Occupational Therapy.

Student Spotlight: Lauren Magee (MA '23)

A social science statistician aims to help nonprofits track outcomes and impact.

The Impact of NYC Department of Education’s New "Reading Mandate" on Children, Especially Those From Vulnerable and Historically Marginalized Communities

What harm is inflicted upon traditionally marginalized students when they are made to engage a curriculum that is not culturally responsive? This article examines the implementation of NYCDOE’s new “Reading Mandate”, and the conundrum that results from Black, Brown, Indigenous, & LGBTQ students engaging in a culturally destructive curriculum.

NYU Metro Center Confronts Anti-Equity Efforts Exacerbating Inequality And Harm

As anti-equity efforts sweep across the country, it is not uncommon to be accosted by a host of bans, restrictions, and laws that exacerbate inequality and harm. NYU Metro Center remains committed to standing with the members of vulnerable and historically marginalized communities.

NYU Metro Center Staffers and Team Members Are Honored at Steinhardt Recognition Event

NYU Metro Center is proud of all our staff members that received recognition for their work and achievement during the 2022-2023 academic year.

BlackCreate Framework: Dr. Lauren Mims Illustrates How Effective Black Creative Educational Experiences Create Space for Creative Expression and Education

In their article, Dr. Lauren Mims, assistant professor of applied psychology, and colleagues illustrate how effective Black creative educational experiences create fugitive spaces for creative expression and education.

Research Alliance Contributes to New Article on Persisting Students

Research Alliance Affiliate Zitsi Mirakhur and Senior Research Associate Kathryn Hill co-authored a new article in the journal Children & Schools that draws on our work on persisting students in NYC.

NYU Global TIES for Children Finds Substantial Impact from Groundbreaking Ahlan Simsim Initiative Combining Educational Media and Early Childhood Services

New research from NYU Global TIES for Children finds substantial impact on children’s language, numeracy, and social-emotional development from Ahlan Simsim programs.

Department of Occupational Therapy at NYU Offers Variable Credit Post-Professional OTD

NYU OT is constantly improving our programs to keep our graduates at the forefront of the profession. Learn about changes recently made to the Doctor of Occupational Therapy for Practicing Occupational Therapists Program (OTHS).

Trust, Strong Family Ties, and Effective Leadership in Pre-K Can Mitigate Inequality for Black, Latine Children

Researchers say positive school climate plays key factor in reducing disparities in pre-K quality.

#NYUSteinhardt23 Student Spotlight: 2022-2023 Graduation Student Speakers

NYU Steinhardt's graduation student speakers, representing bachelor's, master's, and doctoral graduates from across the School, share their reflections on their time at NYU Steinhardt.

Areas of Study: Education Health

Performing Arts Administration Study Abroad 2023 - London, UK

During spring break this year, students in the Performing Arts Administration, Visual Arts Administration, Media Culture and Communication, and Arts Education programs traveled to London to participate in the Creative and Cultural Industries in the US and UK course.

Dance Education Turns 90

Celebrating its 90th anniversary last fall, NYU Steinhardt’s Dance Education program has been revolutionary since its inception.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Media, Culture, and Communication Student Awardees

We congratulate recipients of this year's school and departmental graduation awards for their academic and leadership accomplishments.