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Keep Saying Her Name: We Still Demand Justice for Breonna Taylor

Today, we continue to support our communities and join the struggle for broad accountability, to hold those liable who enact violence against and harbor disdain for vulnerable people, especially Black womxn.

Yoojung Kim in Recital

The Piano Studies Artist Faculty member performed throughout Korea in the fall.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Jeffrey Swann in Performance

His live-streamed concerts in November include an appearance with the Fairbanks Symphony.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Jose Ramos Santana Hosts "Around the Piano"

Presenting a virtual series featuring performances and interviews with today's top pianists.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Marilyn Nonken Featured at V Contemporary Piano Meeting

A lecture-recital on spectral piano music from our Piano Studies director.
Areas of Study: The Arts

NYU Steinhardt Pianists Collaborate on New Music

The partnerships with NYU student composers will culminate in the premieres of seven new works for solo piano.
Areas of Study: The Arts

A Passion for Opera: An Interview with New Faculty Member Errik Hood

Errik Hood, clinical assistant professor in the Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions, baritone and teacher, discusses his passion for opera and how he has adapted his teaching for the coronavirus pandemic.

At the Intersection of Psychology and Criminal Justice: An Interview with New Faculty Member Keisha April

Keisha April, assistant professor and faculty fellow in the Department of Applied Psychology, conducts research at the intersection of psychology and criminal justice. Her work seeks to promote greater understanding of the relationships between communities of color and the police. 

On Clinical Practice: An Interview with New Faculty Member Alisha Brown Gandhi

Alisha Brown Gandhi, a clinical assistant professor in the Department of Communicative Sciences and Disorders, shares insights from her clinical practice.

PAA Student Jack Noseworthy Produces Broadway Digital Benefit Concert

Lin-Manuel Miranda, John Leguizamo, and members of the original cast of “In The Heights” headline the benefit digital concert
Areas of Study: The Arts

Professor and Chair Rodney Benson Wins Book Award

Rodney Benson, chair of the Department of Media, Culture, and Communication, has won the 2020 Doris Graber Outstanding Book Award for his work, Shaping Immigration News.

Leadership Changes at NYU Metro Center

We congratulate our executive director, Dr. David E. Kirkland, as he begins his new role as Steinhardt’s inaugural Vice Dean of Equity, Belonging, and Community Action.

Summer Institute for Woodwind Studies Concert

Watch the final concert featuring performances of music by Mozart, Boehm, Couperin, Beethoven, and students in our Music Composition program.
Areas of Study: The Arts

The Future of Work: An Interview with New Faculty Member Mario Khreiche

An interview with Mario Khreiche, visiting assistant professor, whose research focuses on the ways that automation technologies change the nature, environments, and experiences of work.

Gregg August Wins Grand Prize in Two Divisions of Composition Competition

August won awards from The International Society of Bassists in the Chamber Ensemble and the Bass Ensemble divisions.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Ensuring Success in the Classroom: An Interview with New Faculty Member Margaret Morone-Wilson

Margaret Morone-Wilson, visiting assistant professor and teacher residency director in the NYU Teacher Residency Program, shares insights from her 33-year career in the Syracuse City School District.

On Research and Clinical Practice: An Interview with New Faculty Member Stacey Rimikis

Stacey Rimikis, a new clinical assistant professor in the Department of Communicative Sciences and Disorders, discusses her research and how clinicians adapt their practice in the time of COVID-19.

Where Fashion Meets Culture: An Interview with New Faculty Member Rachel Lifter

Rachel Lifter, program director of Steinhardt's costume studies program, discusses the influence that culture has on popular fashion.

Studying Queer and Transgender Lives: An Interview with New Faculty Member Cassius Adair

Cassius Adair, a visiting assistant professor in the Department of Media, Culture, and Communication, is an independent audio producer, writer, and researcher. We asked him about his scholarship on queer and transgender lives.

The Place Where Video Games, Gender, and Sexuality Meet: An Interview with New Faculty Member Whitney Pow

Whitney Pow is a media studies scholar whose research focuses on queer and trans histories of video games, software, and computational media. We spoke to them about their scholarship and art.