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


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

On May 21, 2024, NYU Steinhardt administrators, clerical and technical staff, and research staff gathered to honor 2024 Recognition Event nominees and awardees, as well as community members who reached significant career milestones in their years of service at Steinhardt.

The 2024 Steinhardt award winners were:

  • Steinhardt Distinguished Administrator Award: Shima Gorgani, Department of Communicative Sciences and Disorders
  • Steinhardt Staff Award for Excellence: Olivia Noble, Department of Art and Art Professions
  • Steinhardt Distinguished Professional Researcher Award: Lizzie Goodfriend, Institute of Human Development and Social Change
  • Steinhardt Give-A-Violet Award: Amy Newberg, Department of Applied Statistics, Social Science, and Humanities; Alyson Sheehan, Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions; and Winifred Wu, Department of Media, Culture, and Communication
  • Steinhardt Honorary Team Recognition: Teaching and Learning Office of School and Community Partnerships Alyssa Alfano, Ying Dong, Jules Joseph, and Natalia Ortiz

The complete list of Steinhardt award nominees and Years of Service honorees is available on the Steinhardt website.

Steinhardt 2024 Recognition Event

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