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Research Alliance Teams Present at AERA 2022

Join Alexandra Adair, Cheri Fancsali, Edgar Rivera-Cash, James Kemple, Kathryn Hill, Kristin Black, and various Research Alliance partners and affiliates at AERA 2022.

Infant Brain Study Helps Make Case for a Universal US Paid Leave Policy

Research by Steinhardt’s Natalie Brito suggests that infants whose mothers received paid family leave showed greater brain activity in their first three months of life.
Areas of Study: Health

Mara Mills Recognized for Teaching Excellence

Media, Culture, and Communication Associate Professor Mara Mills has received the NYU 2022 Distinguished Teaching Award — this year given to only six faculty from across the University.

Roommates Play Same Role in "Applause"

Vocal performance undergraduate seniors and roommates Renee Shohet and Chloe Savit both landed the lead role of Margo in Applause.

Choreographer Dominique M. Fontenot Discusses Weighting for You

Dance Education graduate student Dominique M. Fontenot will be choreographing one of nine dances as part of the 2022 Masters’ Dance Concert on April 29 and 30. We spoke with Dominique about her use of “weighting” versus “waiting, what it meant to her to gain weight during lockdown and why it feels good to accept yourself just the way you are.

Award-Winning Doctoral Research on Law & Technology in Bangladesh

Media, Culture, and Communication doctoral candidate Salwa Hoque has been awarded a Mellon International Dissertation Research Fellowship from the Social Science Research Council.

Building a Better Attuned Computer Mouse: An Interview with Parker Lynch (MA '13)

At HedgeHog Health, Parker Lynch is tackling some of the educational challenges faced by families whose children have ASD or ADHD.
Areas of Study: Education

NYU PAA Students Explore What Diversity Means to their Graduate Program

At the latest Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion for the Arts Workshop, the Performing Arts Administration students participated in the change-making process of advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion in their graduate program.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Media Studies PhD Receives NYU's Outstanding Dissertation Award

Harris Kornstein is a Fall 2021 graduate of the Steinhardt Department of Media, Culture, and Communication.

NYU Metro Center Represents at CUNY Neurodiversity Conference

ASD Nest Support Project team members Alexis Betancourt-Hart, Lauren Melissa Ellzey, and Molly Perez presented at the CUNY Neurodiversity Conference on Friday, March 18th.
Areas of Study: Health

PAA Program Director, Students, and Alumni Join Forces to Support Ukrainian Arts Administration Students

As a member of the European Network on Cultural Management and Policy (ENCATC), the NYU PAA program is participating in a joint effort to support refugee Ukrainian arts administration students.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Art + Education Alumna Susan Unterberg Presents Political Thinking: Digital Images and Books

Susan Unterberg is a New York-based photographer. Her work has encompassed video installation, book form, and large and small format color prints.
Areas of Study: The Arts

NYU Steinhardt Ranks #4 Among Best Graduate Schools of Education

US News & World Report ranks NYU Steinhardt the #4 best graduate school of education in the nation.

Occupational Therapy Department at AOTA Inspire 2022

Faculty, students and alumni from the Department of Occupational Therapy at NYU will present at the AOTA Inspire 2022 Annual Conference and Expo.

The Department of Art and Art Professions: BFA Thesis Exhibitions 2022

As the capstone project for our four-year BFA program, the thesis exhibitions constitute a significant marker for each participating student’s evolving practice and process over the years.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Hunter Hanson Wins John Lennon Songwriting Contest in Electronic Category

Hunter Hanson, NYU screen scoring alum and adjunct professor, recently won the 2021 Session ll Grand Prize in the John Lennon Songwriting Contest (Electronic Category) for his first solo release “Breezeblow”.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Building a Universe of Female Leaders: Questions for Talia Bender (BS '14), President, The Female Quotient

Talia Bender, president of The Female Quotient, is passionate about increasing visibility, leadership, and entrepreneurship opportunities for women and underrepresented minorities.

Nordoff-Robbins Community Music Brings “The Most Beautiful Gift”

Holiday Music Experience delivers "the most beautiful gift a mother could imagine...."

Researchers in Special Education and Disability Studies Break Down Barriers

This is the first in a series of articles highlighting Steinhardt researchers in special education and
disability studies who are working to break down barriers and improve equity.

Calendar Girl Premiere: Costume Studies Alumna Natalie Nudell Featured in Vogue

"Inside the Premiere of Calendar Girl—the Long-Awaited Ruth Finley Documentary."
Areas of Study: The Arts