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Steinhardt MCC PhD student awarded NSF research grant

Doctoral student at Steinhardt’s Department of Media, Culture, and Communication, Sandeep Mertia, has been awarded a National Science Foundation’s Doctoral Dissertation Research Grant in the Science & Technology Studies Program.

Professors Paula Chakravartty and Ajantha Subramanian explain why caste inequality matters in America

Professors from NYU Steinhardt MCC and Gallatin and Harvard Anthropology Department collaborate in New York Times article “Why Is Caste Inequality Still Legal in America?”

Steinhardt MCC Visiting Assistant Professor awarded ACLS Fellowship for 2021

Cassius Adair, Visiting Assistant Professor in the Dept of Media, Culture, and Communication has been awarded the American Council of Learned Societies Fellowship for his upcoming book project.

Brass Alum Joins "Fiddler" Tour

Sophie Monoloff will be joining the national tour of Fiddler on the Roof as the solo Trumpet/Flugelhorn chair.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Watch the Fall 2020 String Studies Recitals

Students perform Beethoven, Bach, Stradella, Ysaÿe, Mozart, Schubert, and Brahms.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Research Alliance Co-Sponsors Forum on Reimagining the Role of Schools in Society

The Research Alliance is co-sponsoring the May 26 “Reimagining the Role of Schools in Society” forum, aimed at challenging the pre-pandemic status quo and identifying ways for schools to "build back better."

Celebrating 15 years of the UIP Journal "Music and the Moving Image"

Ronald Sadoff and Gillian B. Anderson discuss their stewardship of the screen music journal in a University of Illinois Press podcast.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Professor Jennifer Hill Receives NYU's Distinguished Teaching Award

The award is given annually to faculty members who have made a significant contribution to the intellectual life of NYU through their teaching.

MCC 2021 Award Winners

Congratulations to the recipients of this year's school and departmental awards.

Music and Performing Arts Professions Students Perform "Stand for Change"

Members of the Class of 2021 from the department's Vocal Performance and Dance Education programs came together to create a video of the new song for the Steinhardt graduation ceremony.
Areas of Study: The Arts

VUE Student Art Competition

We invite interested students to submit their art to be considered for our Voices in Urban Education (VUE) CR-SE Pt. 2 issue!
Areas of Study: Education

SPENCER FOUNDATION GRANT

NYU Metro Center Wins $1 million Spencer Foundation Grant to Study the Benefits of Parent Organizing for Children
Areas of Study: Education

Maker Partnership Featured in STEM for All Video Showcase

This week, the Maker Partnership project is being featured as part of the Stem for All video showcase highlighting efforts across the country to improve STEM and CS education.

Film of Julia Wolfe’s "Steel Hammer" Premieres

Cal Performances at Home is streaming the Music Composition Artistic Director’s oratorio on demand through August 4.
Areas of Study: The Arts

NYSABE 2021 Virtual Annual Conference

This virtual conference, focusing on Fostering Collaborative Instructional Leadership in Bilingual Education: Equity in Action, will be held on May 20-22, 2021. Pre-conference events will take place on May 15-19, 2021.
Areas of Study: Education

Performing Arts Administration Internship Panel Recap

PAA students heard from students and hiring managers about internships at several performing arts organizations. Here’s a brief recap.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Dr. Richard Maloney Elected Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts

Recognized for his contributions to cultural policy and management education and research, Dr. Maloney will be joining experts from a wide range of fields to help find innovative solutions to society’s pressing challenges.
Areas of Study: The Arts

PAA Alumna Combines Arts Administration Skills and Artistic Talent to Bring Indian Arts and Culture to a Broader Audience

Ironically, the pandemic made Performing Arts Administration (PAA) alumna Mitali Sonar’s dream come true faster than expected.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Nine

Nine is a therapeutic multimedia theatre piece created by Lotus Collective in collaboration with the Survivor Leadership Coalition and the NYU Program in Drama Therapy.

Partnerships Between Researchers, Policymakers and Practitioners Improve Early Childhood Education

An issue of the research journal, Future of Children, illustrates how research practice partnerships improve early childhood education outcomes.