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New Study Shows Racial, Gender Discrepancies in Special Education Services

A new study shows that racism and sexism shape the decisions that teachers make when trying to find the best way to support their students.

Steinhardt Announces New Dean’s Alumni Advisory Board

Twelve founding members represent breadth of disciplines and experience.

Department of Teaching and Learning’s Kongji Qin Published in Urban Education

Data shows that so-called “Tiger parenting” is often parents’ attempt to circumvent racism against Chinese students.

Fabienne Doucet named by the Carnegie Corporation of New York as one of its “Great Immigrants” of 2022

The award highlights immigrants who have been leaders in their fields and advocates in their local communities.
Areas of Study: Education

Drama Therapy Student Crystal Lucas-Perry Stars as John Adams in 1776

Following a dynamite opening at the American Repertory Theater, Crystal Lucas-Perry will play John Adams in the musical 1776. This cast features a female, trans, and non-binary cast in a fierce reimagining of history.

Celebrating Student Research at All Levels

The Tenth Annual Research and Scholarship Showcase gives platform to Steinhardt’s up-and-coming researchers.

Steinhardt Student Finalist in NYU Entrepreneurs Challenge

Jonathon Lentine MS ’22 made it to the final round with his virtual reality simulator for drivers with autism spectrum disorder.

Leila Adu-Gilmore Awarded the Charles Ives Fellowship

Leila Adu-Gilmore, NYU Assistant Professor of Music Technology, has been awarded the 2022 Charles Ives Fellowship.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Study Comparing Urban and Migrant Parents in Shanghai Finds That Migrant Parents Have More Effective Parenting Practices

A study led by Associate Professor Hua-Yu Sebastian Cherng suggests that that migrant parenting practices have a greater impact on children’s academic performance.

Kyle P. Walker and Adam Tendler Join Artist Faculty

The Artist Faculty in Piano Studies welcomes Adam Tendler and Kyle Walker.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Professor Timothy J. McClimon Named Executive Director of New York's Signature Theatre

Music and Performing Arts Professions Adjunct Faculty Timothy J. McClimon will step into the role of executive director of the influential Off-Broadway Signature Theatre permanently beginning July 1.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Rehabilitation Sciences PhD Students Presented at CoHRR's 2022 Spring Research Showcase

Five Rehab Sciences PhD students presented at CoHRR's annual Spring Research Showcase in May

Professor Donna Walker-Kuhne Received Margot Adams Signature Award

Walker-Kuhne was honored at the 2022 Signature Theatre Gala for a transformational impact she made in advancing the institution’s equity, diversity, inclusion, and access commitment.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Heidi Landis Advocates for Arts Funding in Schools to Support Youth Mental Health

NYU Drama Therapy faculty and licensed Creative Arts Therapist Heidi Landis penned an opinion piece on the importance of arts funding in schools for City Limits.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Two NYU Steinhardt Professors Selected as 2022 National Academy of Education/Spencer Postdoctoral Fellows

Professors Alejandro Ganimian and Kongji Qin are among the 25 fellows selected.

NYU Metro Center Partners with Trust for Learning to Host Early Childhood Education Discussion

NYU Metro Center partnered with Trust for Learning, a philanthropic partnership dedicated to expanding ideal learning environments for underserved children, to host a wide-ranging discussion of Early Childhood Education.
Areas of Study: Education

Sandra Duarte Wins the Inaugural Jim Hinojosa Doctoral Award

The Department of Occupational Therapy congratulates Sandra Duarte, the winner of the Inaugural Jim Hinojosa Doctoral Award.

New Book Explores Intersection of Law and Visual Culture

Legal Spectatorship, a new book by Assistant Professor of Media, Culture, and Communication Kelli Moore, challenges our understanding of domestic violence.

Dr. Natalie Hiromi Brito named a CIFAR Azrieli Global Scholar

Congratulations to Dr. Natalie Hiromi Brito, Assistant Professor of Applied Psychology and IHDSC Faculty Affiliate, for being chosen as a fellow in the seventh cohort of CIFAR Azrieli Global Scholars.

Department of Occupational Therapy Announces the Jim Hinojosa Doctoral Award

The Department of Occupational Therapy at NYU Steinhardt is proud to announce a new award for advanced doctoral level students.