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Making the Most of Screen Time

Department of Teaching and Learning professor, Susan Neuman, awarded $1.5M grant for research on how screen media can support early childhood learning.

NYU Metro Center Introduces a New Director for Our Center for Strategic Solutions (CSS)

NYU Metro Center is pleased to introduce Maurice Blackmon, the new director of our Center for Strategic Solutions (CSS).

Using Music to Help New Parents: An Interview with Music Therapy Alum Vered Benhorin

Vered Benhorin uses her Music Therapy background to help new parents in her popular music classes.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Music Business Alum's Song on Obama's Summer Playlist

Inez Whitt's "So Hard" is featured on the former president's influential list.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Steinhardt MCC Assistant Professor awarded AAUW Fellowship

Angela Wu, Assistant Professor in the Dept of Media, Culture, and Communication, awarded the American Association of University Women Fellowship

Music Business A&R Course in Nashville

Our Music Business program will be presenting a unique off-campus opportunity focused on Production and A&R in the Music Industry in Nashville, Tennessee.

Advancing Research on Therapeutic Factors in the Creative Arts Therapies

Members of the International Research Alliance in the NYU CAT Consortium publish new open-access article on how the creative arts therapies facilitate psychological change.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Improving Education through Analytics

NYU Steinhardt's Learning Analytics Research Network (LEARN) works to make NYU a leader in data-informed teaching and learning.

Steinhardt Alumni Attend White House LGBTQ+ Pride Event

Patience Carter (BS ’20), a survivor of the Pulse Nightclub massacre, and Chris Mosier (MA ’12), a trans advocate and triathlete, attended a Pride Month event hosted by President Biden and Dr. Jill Biden at the White House.

In Collaboration with TSOA, Screen Scoring Students Score Russian Film

Working with NYU Tisch School of the Arts Cinema Studies, the three students scored the 1978 film “Chronicles of Izhor."
Areas of Study: The Arts

Early Childhood Ed Director Erin O’Connor Launches Parenting Podcast

"Parenting Understood" breaks down contemporary research for everyday parents.
Areas of Study: Education

Research Aims to Clarify Swallowing Problems After Elective Spine Surgery

Dr. Sonja Molfenter in the Department of Communicative Sciences and Disorders is collaborating with NYU Langone Health physicians to gather data through a 20-person pilot study.
Areas of Study: Health

Screen Music Students Score the "NYU Sports Film Festival" on SNY

Five Screen Scoring students composed the theme music and scores for five episodic sports films, created by Tisch School of the Arts student filmmakers and produced by the NYU Production Lab.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Organizing Family and Community: Collective Parent Action and Intergenerational Learning

This project, funded by the Spencer Foundation, explores how children learn and thrive when their parents and family members belong to parent leadership and organizing groups.
Areas of Study: Education

ASD Nest Support Project Provide Training Aimed at Supporting Autistic Young Adults

The ASD Nest Support Project recently partnered with the NY Hall of Science (NYHS) to provide training aimed at supporting autistic young adults during their summer internship experience with The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).

Award-Winning Author Nicole R. Fleetwood to Join the Steinhardt School

Nicole R. Fleetwood, author of "Marking Time: Art in the Age of Mass Incarceration," will join NYU Steinhardt's Department of Media, Culture, and Communication as the inaugural James Weldon Johnson Professor.

Current and Future Steinhardt Leaders Contemplate Post-Pandemic Education

The virtual event, co-sponsored by four Steinhardt research centers and programs, examined ways US schools can turn uncertainty into opportunity.

Alum Tania León Wins Music Pulitzer For "Stride"

"Stride" was inspired by Susan B. Anthony and the pioneering feminists of her time.
Areas of Study: The Arts

"Staging the Musical Identities of Asian America"

Piano Studies student Michelle Li conducted an independent study exploring Asian American identity and its relation to music and music-making. Watch her perform "Tree Without Wind" by Huang Ruo.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Dr. Hiro Yoshikawa and Andrew Nalani Contribute to Special Journal on Social Science and Inequality

Dr. Hiro Yoshikawa (NYU Steinhardt) and doctoral candidate Andrew Nalani contributed to a Socius Journal special collection focusing on the role of social science in responding to inequality.