Sophie Manoloff is a Brass Studies alumna (BM ’21) and a professional trumpet player. In the short time since graduating, she has toured with Broadway’s Fiddler on the Roof, appeared in a Harry Styles' video, and performed with her "hero" by chance.
Warren Zanes, adjunct faculty in Songwriting, announced the release of Garth Brooks latest volume in his Anthology series, Volume 2: The Next Five Years, which follows Volume I: The First Five Years and Volume Three: Live (yes, these were produced out of sequence).
NYU Metro Center invites you to submit proposals for the 2023 Prioritizing Equity Conference (PEC), which will focus on decolonizing education, wellness and sustainability in leading equity efforts, in addition to equity-based practices that districts and schools have developed and sustained.
We are launching a search for a lead editorial team for Voices in Urban Education (VUE), including an Editor-in-Chief and one or two Deputy Editor(s). Open to education scholars at two- or four-year institutions.
Dr. Sudha Arunachalam’s recent study on ‘citizen science’, an approach to research that involves the public in scientific research and measurement, has been accepted for publication in March’s volume of Language: Teaching Linguistics.
We invite you to join us in celebrating the recent awards received by members of our community. We are thrilled to provide support to these talented and impactful research teams that share our commitment to unraveling inequality and expanding opportunity.
This compelling interview between narratologist Dr. Reji Mathew, and Dr. Alan Turry, the Director of the Nordoff-Robbins Center for Music Therapy, touches upon many subjects, but one major theme emerges: the tremendous potential impact that engaging in music has on our lives.
NYU Metro Center mourns the death of our beloved friend and colleague Norm Fruchter. Norm was an intellectual and visionary writer, researcher, and public education activist. Our deepest condolences go out to his surviving family members, loved ones, and the countless community members influenced by his brilliance.
Visiting Associate Professor of Food Studies Charles Ludington explains that arguments over how to observe the holiday are as old as the Reformation, with traditions shaped by Pagan ritual, Martin Luther, popular authors, and more.