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NYU Faculty and Alumni Featured in Whitney Biennial 2022

Jonathan Berger (Faculty), Terence Nance (MFA), and Julie Tolentino (Artist in Residence) are featured artists in the Whitney Biennial 2022: Quiet as It's Kept.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Donor Spotlight: Thomas Tippl for Undergraduate Study Abroad

Vice Chairman at Activision Blizzard Inc. and NYU Steinhardt parent supports global experiences for all.

Three NYU Screen Scoring Alumni Team Up to Assist Blockbuster Composer Junkie XL

On October 3rd, 2021 NYU Screen Scoring adjunct instructor, Hunter Hanson interviewed alumni Ching-Shan Chang (MM ‘19), Peter Kohrman (MM ‘20), and Dallin Burns (MM ‘20) who assist Holkenborg at his studio in Los Angeles on his scores, including some of his recent projects including: Justice League and Army of the Dead and the upcoming Sonic the Hedgehog 2.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Julia Wolfe Begins Artist Residency at Carnegie Hall

Award-winning composer Julia Wolfe has been appointed the Debs Chair composer-in-residence at Carnegie Hall. Wolfe is the recipient of a MacArthur Fellowship and Pulitzer Prize for work that harnesses issues of social justice and labor history.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Professors Amy Whitaker and Kevin McCoy Featured in NYTimes

"One Year After Beeple, the NFT Has Changed Artists. Has It Changed Art?"
Areas of Study: The Arts

Putting People and Community First: Questions for Jill Moses (BA '07, MA '08)

Jill Moses, founder and CEO of the Inspired Community Project, discusses her nonprofit foundation and her vision for equitable access to special education and resources.

Meet Danielle Nierenberg, 2021-2022 Dean's Scholar in Residence

Nierenberg is one of Steinhardt’s 2022 Scholars in Residence, a program that welcomes distinguished academics, artists, advocates, and other thought leaders to our community to share their expertise.

Accepting Applications | NYU Visiting Assistant Professor of Media, Culture, and Communication

New York University’s Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development invites applications for a non-tenure track Visiting Assistant Professor position in Media, Culture, and Communication to begin in September 2022. The application deadline is March 15, 2022.

A Generation after 9/11, American Memorials Turn Inward

In her new book, Professor Marita Sturken explores the ways that the September 11 terror attacks have shaped cultural history.

Performing Arts Administration Program Presents Spring Internship Panel

Student interns and hiring managers engaged with the current performing arts administration students and shared insights into how to maximize the experiential learning through internships. Here’s a brief recap.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Meet Kaya Henderson, 2021-2022 Dean's Scholar in Residence

Kaya Henderson is one of Steinhardt’s 2022 Scholars in Residence, a program that welcomes distinguished academics, artists, advocates, and other thought leaders into our community to share their expertise.

The Music Business: An Interview with Xavier Jernigan (MA '04), Head of Cultural Partnerships, Spotify

Xavier Jernigan (MA '04), head of cultural partnerships at Spotify, shares insight into his career in the entertainment business.
Areas of Study: The Arts

How Radio Programming Can Fight Violent Extremism in West Africa

Research by Associate Professor Rezarta Bilali, shows that stories and narratives have the potential to address violent extremism.
Areas of Study: Health

Measuring the Vocal Athleticism of Broadway Stars

In a new research study, Anna Flavia Zuim, director of Vocal Performance at NYU Steinhardt, measures the impact of performance on vocal health.

Black Autistic Lives Matter

In honor of Black Lives Matter at School Week of Action, the ASD Nest Support Project created a social media campaign to elevate Black Autistic Lives and affirm that Black Autistic Lives not only matter, but are central to our work as educators and therapists.

Brielle Perez a Prizewinner in Camerata International

Brielle Perez has received second place in the solo senior division.

New Book Examines Cultural Memory and National Identity

A new book by Media, Culture, and Communication Professor Marita Sturken explores the ways in which we memorialize acts of terror and what these choices reveal about our national identity.

Founded by an NYU Grad, the Bushwick Film Festival is Empowering Diverse Storytellers

Media, Culture, and Communication alum Kweighbaye Kotee (BS ‘09) founded the festival while a Steinhardt student. The festival will celebrate 15 years next fall.

New Report From #DegreesNYC

#DegreesNYC published a new report on January 17th, 2022, Changing the Odds, that builds on data analysis provided by the Research Alliance for NYC Schools.

Donna Walker-Kuhne Interviewed on PAA Student's Podcast

Donna Walker-Kuhne shares her thoughts on "Call Time with Katie Birenboim."