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Screen Scoring Alumni at SXSW 2021

Eric Smith and Mike Brun scored films that premiered at this year's festival.
Areas of Study: The Arts

NYU Steinhardt Music Community Partners with Black Theatre United on "Stand For Change"

The group's new theme song was written and produced by members of the Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions community.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Flipping the Script on Aging and Therapy

Dr. Nisha Sajnani, Dr. Cecilia Dintino, and Mary Clohan presented on therapeutic innovations at the intersections of gender, aging, and drama therapy for the NGO Committee on Mental Health during the 65th Commission on the Status of Women at the United Nations.
Areas of Study: The Arts

We Must Stop The Anti-Asian Violence

as the spate of hate crimes in the past year have seen a significant rise, and typically without adequate media coverage. This lack of attention is saddening because people of Asian descent are the third most targeted group in the U.S. following Black Americans and Jewish Americans.

Research Alliance Teams Present Findings at AEFP and SIGCSE

This week, Research Alliance staff will be sharing findings from our work at the 46th Annual Conference of the Association for Education Finance and Policy (AEFP) and at the 2021 SIGCSE Technical Symposium.

NYU Female Founders Fellowship Launches with Four Steinhardt Fellows

A launchpad for female founders, the program provides participants with training, mentorship, and grants of up to $50,000.

Dr. Jim Kemple Presents on Pathbreaking Career and Technical Education Study

In his presentation, Dr. Kemple provides an overview of the CTE policy context, describes the scale and diversity of CTE options available in NYC, and explores the characteristics of students who chose CTE.

International Education Students Make a Social Impact with CAIR

IE students help CAIR Philadelphia win grant support.

"You Can’t Unring the Bell" created for NYU’s 2020 Constitution Day Celebration: Voting Rights in America.

NYU Steinhardt Educational Theatre's Verbatim Performance Lab worked with students of International Education Prof. Heddy Lahmann to examine sentiments around the pandemic, the election, and voting rights.

Peer Interaction Has the Power to Strengthen Professional Development for Early Childhood Educators

Researchers at NYU Steinhardt find that a combination of formal and informal professional development for early childhood educators has the potential to strengthen New York City’s early care and education workforce.

With NSF Grant, Researchers Document the Experiences of Disabled People During COVID

Mara Mills, Associate Professor of Media, Culture, and Communication, is Principal Investigator on this study aimed at capturing and analyzing disability expertise during the Covid pandemic.

Steinhardt Faculty Selected for NYU Aging Incubator Fellows Program

Faculty will support the development of interdisciplinary research and educational initiatives to improve the health and well-being of the oldest segment of our human population.
Areas of Study: Health The Arts

Students Speak: How Black Lives Do and Should Matter in My School

High school students spoke out about the Black Lives Matter at School movement in a panel hosted by Steinhardt's Department of Teaching and Learning.

Nora Segura-Barpal ('20) Makes Music More Accessible and Inclusive

The Music Inclusion Coalition that Segura-Barpal co-founded strives to make the study of music more accessible and inclusive as students move from high school to the collegiate level.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Women in Music

Three stars of the music world, Rosanne Cash, Renée Fleming, and Jillian Hervey, were interviewed by Vanessa Williams in a dynamic Zoom conversation.
Areas of Study: The Arts

PAA Student Sarah Overton Offers a New Way to Rediscover Our Dreams and Ourselves

In a multimedia storytelling format, "The Missing Year Project" catalogues the experience of people of color as they answer the question: What do you do with the person you never became?
Areas of Study: The Arts

Screen Scoring Freshman Works with Michael Abels on HBO Docuseries "Allen v. Farrow"

Cameron Moody discusses the experience of working as music assistant and assistant composer for the renowned composer.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Pandemic Era Sparks Both Anxiety and Activism for Asian Americans

Targeted by discrimination and violence during COVID-19, many grapple with questions of identity and belonging.
Areas of Study: Health

“COVID-19 and Inequality” Series Focuses on Health, Climate, and the Future of Cities—Feb. 25 Through April 22

This lecture series will explore the social problems the pandemic accelerated and made more visible.

Innovative Programs Address Inequality in Young Children’s Development

Research on the Smart Beginnings project, a first-of-its-kind comprehensive approach to the promotion of school readiness in low-income families, shows promise in addressing equity issues.