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Student Wins Gold in AES Competition

Xiaowei Luo has been awarded the Gold award in the 2021 AES Student Recording Competition.
Areas of Study: The Arts

In 'Uncomputable,' Alexander Galloway Offers Long History of the Digital Age

From algebraic patterns woven on a hand loom to artificial-life simulations, a new book by Media, Culture, and Communication Professor Galloway charts the history of digital media.

NYU Steinhardt co-produces Healing Arts Symposium

Many Steinhardt researchers and artists will be speaking at this first-of-its-kind symposium.
Areas of Study: The Arts

IHDSC Partner YWFC Releases Promising Report on their Supportive Housing Program

The Institute of Human Development and Social Change is excited to share Young Women’s Freedom Center’s latest report, Reflecting on YWFC's COVID Emergency Housing Program, which details the implementation and impact of their radical, dignity- and self-determination-centered supportive housing program.

Art + Education Alumna Kim King Earns Connecticut's Highest Teaching Recognition

NYU Steinhardt Art + Education alumna Kim King was named Connecticut's 2022 Teacher of the Year. Ms. King is an alumna of Steinhardt's Art + Education program ('99).
Areas of Study: The Arts

NYU Steinhardt Celebrates Prestigious Faculty and Alumni Awards

The Steinhardt School celebrates faculty and alumni whose powerful, visionary work has been honored with prestigious awards.

Nisha Sajnani on News 12 Connecticut

Nisha Sajnani is featured in a News 12 Connecticut story on treating PTSD with drama therapy.
Areas of Study: The Arts

An Atrium Named for Professor Marilyn Moffat Recognizes Her Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

The named atrium is the highlight of a lifetime commitment to expanding opportunity within the physical therapy profession.
Areas of Study: Health

Steinhardt Experts Weigh in on Racial Inequity in Education

At the Commission’s second panel in their “Transforming Foundations” series, Kemple and Kirkland discussed how government can transform to overcome inequality for BIPOC New Yorkers.

Music Tech at AES Convention

Faculty, alumni, staff, and students from our Music Technology program will be featured as moderators and panelists at the Audio Engineering Society 2021 Fall Convention.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Music Tech Alum to Present at CPOC Music Conference

CPOC Music is the first music business conference featuring 100% BIPOC presenters.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Dr. James Kemple Presents on CTE at SREE 2021

On Wednesday, September 29, 2021, Research Alliance Executive Director James Kemple presented at the Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness (SREE) 2021 conference.

New Award: Path Program to Create "Paths to Success" for NYC Students

The Institute for Human Development and Social Change is pleased to announce a new award from the New York Community Trust through the Fund for Public Schools to pilot a whole school inclusion model for students with, and at risk for, an emotional disturbance classification.

Arts Administration Celebrates 50 Years

Performing Arts Administation and Visual Arts Administration celebrate 50 years at NYU.
Areas of Study: The Arts

NYU in Top 10 for Media Studies

New York University claims the 7th spot in the QS Top Universities ranking of media studies programs worldwide.

Okhee Lee Receives Top Award for Practice-Engaged Research

Professor of Childhood Education Okhee Lee received the Exemplary Contributions to Practice-Engaged Research Award from the American Educational Research Association (AERA).

NYU Steinhardt Announces 2021-2022 Dean’s Scholars-in-Residence

Kaya Henderson, Danielle Nierenberg, and Julie Tolentino bring expertise in education, food systems, and performance art as NYU Steinhardt’s 2021-2022 Dean’s Scholars-in-Residence.

More Acclaim for Professor Nicole Fleetwood's 'Marking Time'

Marking Time: Art in the Age of Mass Incarceration (Harvard University Press, 2020) garners additional recognition with two prominent scholarly awards.

Steinhardt Alum Pens Powerful Memoir

Mondiant Dogon (MA ’19) tells his story about growing up in a Rwandan refugee camp.

Screen Scoring Students Participate in NYU Lab Cast

Ten students composed music for podcasts through Ignite Change: Impactful Storytelling Through Audio – a new NYU podcasting fellowship.
Areas of Study: The Arts