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Music Tech Grad Students Awarded 2021 AES Scholarships

Aizhou (Amy) Liu and Gregor McWilliam have been awarded 2021 AES Educational Foundation Scholarships

Lisette Nieves Nominated by President Biden to AmeriCorps Board

This is the second nomination from the Executive Office of the President for Lisette Nieves, director of educational leadership and clinical professor of educational leadership and policy studies.

How the Arts Improve Health

NYU Steinhardt Launches Research Initiative in Collaboration with the World Health Organization and the Museum of Modern Art, September 20-21.
Areas of Study: Health The Arts

Screen Scoring Alum André Miranda Raises €1.3M in Funding for Musiversal

Musiversal provides a platform to connect composers and producers with performers.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Bobby Sanabria to Headline “Bringing it all Back Home to Washington Square” with Special Guest Janis Siegel

The Music Education faculty member will be bringing his Multiverse Big Band to Washington Square Park on September 25 for an exciting free concert.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Collaborative Piano Alumni Work on "Babes in Arms"

T.C. Kincer (MM ’19) and Noah Turner (MM ’21) have been working at Forestburgh Playhouse in the Catskills on the world premiere of the revival of "Babes in Arms."
Areas of Study: The Arts

Alum Andrew Malilay White Receives Post-Doc at University of Chicago

Alum Andrew Malilay White has received a prestigious Humanities Teaching Fellowship.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Piano Studies Alum Annie Jeng Appointed to the Piano Faculty at UNC Greensboro

She has performed at the Brancaleoni International Music Festival, Gijón International Piano Festival, Kennedy Center, Interlochen Arts Academy, and throughout China.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Ken Aigen Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

Aigen, who is an improvisational-based music therapist, has spent nearly his entire career at NYU in both the Music Therapy program and the Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy Center based at NYU Steinhardt.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Screen Scoring Faculty Collaborate on “In Balanchine's Classroom"

The documentary illustrates the life and times of 20th-century ballet giant George Balanchine.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Media Studies Alumni Advance Field with New Scholarship

Over the past five years, graduates of the Media, Culture, and Communication doctoral program have published well received books on topics spanning the field of media studies.

"Dirty Works" Documents 20th Century's Legal Fight for Free Expression

A new book by Professor of Media, Culture, and Communication Brett Gary documents the 20th century legal battles over sexual mores, literary expression, and media consumption.

Culturally Responsive Curriculum Fellowship to Launch

In September, NYU Metro Center's EJ-ROC will be launching the Culturally Responsive Curriculum Fellowship.

NYU Metro Center’s Center for Policy, Research and Evaluation Received a $600,000 Reducing Inequality Award

The William T. Grant Foundation has awarded the NYU Metro Center’s Center for Policy, Research and Evaluation a $600,000 Reducing Inequality award. Given the inequitable representation among Black, Indigenous, and People of Color in teaching and educational leadership roles, we will explore how a community-based civic leadership initiative for parents/caregivers and their children can disrupt power inequities to influence educational systems and institutions.
Areas of Study: Education

Alum Agustin Muriago Featured on Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concert Series

Muriago presented a recital of music by South Americans José Resa, Lîa Cimaglia, Lilián Saba, Adolfo Cipriota, and Osvaldo Golijov.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Bobby Sanabria Featured in New Music Video for “New York State of Mind”

Music Education professor Bobby Sanabria is featured in a new music video of Billy Joel’s “New York State of Mind.”

What Does 9/11 Mean to New York City Today?

A BIPOC Team of Theater Artists and Therapists Examine Underrepresented Legacies of Trauma, August 27-29
Areas of Study: The Arts

Jacob Yoffee (MM '11) Scores ABC's "The Wonder Years"

Screen Scoring alum Jacob Yoffee will be the composer for the ABC reboot of the popular 1980s series.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Food Studies Student Named James Beard Foundation National Scholar

Abby Katz is one of twelve individuals nationwide selected for her plans to pursue further education and build a better food future.
Areas of Study: Health

Paula Abreu ('12) Speaks at East African Performing Arts Market at SummerStage

Paula talks about how the City Parks Foundation, as the largest free outdoor performing arts festival producer in NYC, activated resilience to continue its global collaboration to bring artists from around the world to the stage, virtually or live.
Areas of Study: The Arts