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How Radio Programming Can Fight Violent Extremism in West Africa

Research by Associate Professor Rezarta Bilali, shows that stories and narratives have the potential to address violent extremism.
Areas of Study: Health

Measuring the Vocal Athleticism of Broadway Stars

In a new research study, Anna Flavia Zuim, director of Vocal Performance at NYU Steinhardt, measures the impact of performance on vocal health.

Black Autistic Lives Matter

In honor of Black Lives Matter at School Week of Action, the ASD Nest Support Project created a social media campaign to elevate Black Autistic Lives and affirm that Black Autistic Lives not only matter, but are central to our work as educators and therapists.

Brielle Perez a Prizewinner in Camerata International

Brielle Perez has received second place in the solo senior division.

New Book Examines Cultural Memory and National Identity

A new book by Media, Culture, and Communication Professor Marita Sturken explores the ways in which we memorialize acts of terror and what these choices reveal about our national identity.

Founded by an NYU Grad, the Bushwick Film Festival is Empowering Diverse Storytellers

Media, Culture, and Communication alum Kweighbaye Kotee (BS ‘09) founded the festival while a Steinhardt student. The festival will celebrate 15 years next fall.

New Report From #DegreesNYC

#DegreesNYC published a new report on January 17th, 2022, Changing the Odds, that builds on data analysis provided by the Research Alliance for NYC Schools.

Donna Walker-Kuhne Interviewed on PAA Student's Podcast

Donna Walker-Kuhne shares her thoughts on "Call Time with Katie Birenboim."

Music Ed Doctoral Student's Songs Reach Spirio Top 10

Doctoral student Sunny Choi has recorded two songs that are on the top 10 most played songs on Steinway’s Spirio platform.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Department of Communicative Sciences and Disorders Earns Microgrant to Encourage Diversity in the Industry

Steinhardt’s Department of Communicative Sciences and Disorders launches new video series to demystify applying to graduate school in the field.

Media Hot and Cold

A new book from media scholar Nicole Starosielski examines the many meanings and messages of temperature.

Becoming Agents of Change

Virtual forum discusses how social science research can reduce inequality through large-scale change.

Deeper Development Comes from Within

Steinhardt faculty leverage research-practice partnerships (RPPs) to improve early childhood education.
Areas of Study: Education

2021 Year in Review

2021: A year in review at the Research Alliance

PACH Receives Research Grant to Fund: The Listening Project, A Whole-School Approach

The Project for the Advancement of Our Common Humanity (PACH) at the Metropolitan Center for
Research on Equity and the Transformation of Schools has received a project grant of $750,000 from the
Silicon Valley Community Foundation to continue their work with The Listening Project (LP) in schools
across New York City.
Areas of Study: Education

NYU Metro Center Welcomes Dr. Fabienne Doucet as Executive Director

We are excited to introduce our new Executive Director, Dr. Fabienne Doucet, who succeeds Dr. David E. Kirkland’s seven-year tenure of leadership at NYU Metro Center.
Areas of Study: Education

Making the List: Forbes 30 Under 30 Honors Four Steinhardt Alumni

Four NYU Steinhardt alumni were honored by Forbes for making an impact in business and industry.

Students and Faculty Attend NYSSMA

Music Education students and faculty attended and presented at the annual conference.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Steinhardt Alumna Named Connecticut’s 2022 Teacher of the Year

Kim King is building 21st century learners through equity and creativity in the classroom.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Professor Teboho Moja receives an Honorary Doctorate from UP’s Faculty of Education

Professor Teboho Moja receives an Honorary Doctorate from UP’s Faculty of Education