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Erin Godfrey Advances Theory and Practice on Critical Consciousness in Two Recently Released Co-Edited Books

Dr. Erin Godfrey released two books in the Contemporary Social Issues Series with Dr. Luke J. Rapa of Clemson University on critical consciousness.

“Gastronativism” Wins 2023 Gourmand World Cookbook Award

The book by Professor of Nutrition and Food Studies Fabio Parasecoli explores the ideological use of food to advance ideas about who belongs to a community and who does not.

IHDSC Spring 2023 Award Announcements

We invite you to join us in celebrating the recent awards received by members of our community. We are thrilled to provide support to these talented and impactful research teams that share our commitment to unraveling inequality and expanding opportunity.

Meet “Triple Alumni” Alfred Schutte’

Schutte’ has been dedicated to education for more than 70 serendipitous years.

PhD Student Receives 2023 Diversity Innovation Grant

Farha Najah Hussain, PhD student in Rehabilitation Sciences, was awarded a 2023 Diversity Innovation Grant from the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Belonging at NYU Steinhardt.
Areas of Study: Health

Maxie Ezratti (BS ’10) Endows Generous Early Childhood Ed Scholarship

The gift marks the first endowed scholarship in the program's history.
Areas of Study: Education

Keeping Girls Out of the Prison Pipeline

Associate Professor of Applied Psychology Shabnam Javdani’s ROSES supports young, system-involved girls through community-based advocacy.
Areas of Study: Education

Luis A. Rodriguez Selected as a 2023 National Academy of Education/Spencer Postdoctoral Fellow

We are pleased to announce that Dr. Luis A. Rodriguez, Assistant Professor of Education Leadership and Policy Studies in the Department of Administration, Leadership, and Technology, has been selected as a recipient of the 2023 National Academy of Education/Spencer Postdoctoral Fellowship!

Student Spotlight: Rosanna Munoz (BS '25)

A psychology major hopes to become a high school counselor to provide the guidance she needed as a first-generation student navigating college admissions.
Areas of Study: Health

Children Affected by the Syrian Refugee Crisis are Effectively Learning Numbers, Letters, and "Emotional ABCs" through the Ahlan Simsim Initiative

NYU Steinhardt’s Global TIES research finds that introducing an Arabic version of Sesame Street, along with support services, helped kids "not just survive, but thrive."
Areas of Study: Education

Dr. Cheri Fancsali Named New Executive Director of the Research Alliance for New York City Schools

This summer, Dr. James Kemple will step down from his role as the Executive Director of the Research Alliance for New York City Schools, after 15 years in the position.

NYU Steinhardt’s 80WSE Art Gallery Presents Two Exhibitions Focused on the Environmental Crisis

"Irthebound” spotlights artist A.L. Steiner, while a companion show, “BREACH,” explores the US Army Corps of Engineers’ influence on the natural landscape.
Areas of Study: The Arts

The Liberty Partnerships Program at NYU Metro Center Empowers and Inspires Student Artists with Public Photo Exhibition

NYC High School students are inspired to become more conscious of both their surroundings and their own perspectives. The Liberty Partnerships Program at NYU Metro Center empowers student art through digital photography.

A Ruling Against Affirmative Action in College Admissions Shouldn’t Affect Other Diversity Efforts on Campus, Researchers Say

NYU Steinhardt education experts warn against an excessively broad interpretation of any decision prohibiting the consideration of an applicant’s race.
Areas of Study: Education

Student Spotlight: Oscar Garay (BFA' 24)

A painter of large-scale canvases in bold colors and patterns draws inspiration from the New York City gallery scene and his Mexican roots.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Research Alliance Launches New Studies Focused on CS Education

The Research Alliance is pleased to announce several new projects that complement and build on our ongoing study of NYC’s CS4All initiative.

Feeling Wobbly? A New App Can Test Your Balance

Researchers found a way to use built-in smartphone sensors to help health providers determine who is at risk of falling.
Areas of Study: Health

NYU Metro Center’s Voices in Urban Education (VUE) Hosts Student Art Contest for Fall 2023 Issue

NYU Metro Center’s Voices In Urban Education (VUE) is thrilled to announce the call for artists for an upcoming special edition of the open-access journal, focusing on the legacy and impact of Norm Fruchter.

NYU Visual Arts Administration Program Holds Inaugural Final Projects Showcase

NYU Steinhardt's Visual Arts Administration program celebrated graduating students' Final Projects in a showcase in the Barney Building Commons.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Dance Education Commemorates Black History with Sankofa Event

Inaugural showcase embraces dance, diversity, and honoring knowledge from the past.
Areas of Study: The Arts