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Statement Denouncing Racism and Discrimination Targeting Asians and Asian Americans

As we grapple with COVID-19, we at NYU Metro Center are deeply concerned that recent incidents of racism and discrimination against Asians and Asian Americans threaten our collective public safety.

NYU Broadway Orchestra Remote Recording Project

A remote recording of "The Wizard and I" from "Wicked."
Areas of Study: The Arts

Norm Lewis Guests at Vocal Performance Program Meeting

Vocal Performance students were treated to a conversation with Norm Lewis.
Areas of Study: The Arts

NYU New Music Ensemble Records Remotely

The NYU New Music Ensemble has released recordings created remotely from three continents.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Research Shows Black Drivers More Likely to Be Stopped by Police

In a dataset of nearly 100 million traffic stops across the United States, researchers found that black drivers were about 20 percent more likely to be stopped than white drivers.

The Bang on a Can Marathon 2020 Live Online

The 2020 Bang on a Can Marathon featured more than 40 participating artists, including faculty and alumni of our department.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Making Media Accessible to the Deaf and Hard of Hearing: an Interview with Destiny Lopez

In award-winning research, master's candidate Destiny Lopez proposes ways to make media accessible to the deaf and hard of hearing.

Occupational Therapy Students Organize Lunch Deliveries to Future Colleagues on the Front Lines

Occupational therapists (OTs) are providing critical services to patients recovering from COVID-19. Eager to thank their future peers, OT students formed a COVID “OuTreach” Team dedicated to spreading positivity throughout the profession.
Areas of Study: Health

NYU Metro Center Statement on Covid-19 - Slow Down to Move Forward

We call for expansive educational practices to meet our individual and collective needs, which are always present but further exposed by this crisis. This means advocating for ourselves and others through an emphasis on radical care.

Children Who Have Difficult Relationships with Their Mothers are Clingy Towards Their Early Teachers

New research shows preschool teachers have the potential to play a pivotal role for children who are more dependent.
Areas of Study: Education

NYU Metro Center Introduces the CRSE Remote Resource Hub

As the the nation is faced with the prospect of shifting education to remote techniques in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, NYU Metro Center curated a resource list for Culturally Responsive-Sustaining REMOTE Education.

Virtual Book Launch Success

NYU Metro Center's Parent Leadership Indicators Project hosted a virtual book launch on March 12 for "A Ripple Effect in Action: What 7 Parent Leadership Organizations Learned from Participatory Evaluation."

New York City’s Affinity District (Part 3): Decentralization and the governance context of NYC schools

From the 1970s to 2002, all the city’s schools including the alternative high schools operated within a partially decentralized citywide education governance structure.  

Championing Academic Continuity During COVID-19: Speech@NYU Alum Builds District Teletherapy Course Template

Communicative Sciences and Disorders alum Erin Dotzel's (MS '19) efforts are helping ensure that students have access to critical speech and language services at home during the pandemic.
Areas of Study: Health

New York City’s Affinity District (Part 2): The Origins

The roots of the Affinity District lie in the 1960’s, a period of fierce ferment in U.S. public education.

NYU Steinhardt’s Drama Therapy Program To Host Therapeutic Theatre Festival for Care Providers, May 1-3

The Drama Therapy program will host a therapeutic theatre festival called, "Drama Therapists @ Home" from May 1-3. The event will feature creative performances, followed by breakout sessions where care providers can reflect on the themes showcased in the performances.
Areas of Study: The Arts

New Single from Songwriting Alum

Songwriting alum Andrea Niane just released her second single, "When January Comes," from her upcoming EP Nighttime Stories.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Professor Matt Sullivan Performs Remotely with Quintet of the Americas

Woodwind Studies faculty member Matt Sullivan and his ensemble Quintet of the Americas have been making videos from home.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Music Business Students Release Singles

Students Peter Han and Morgan Keller released singles from home.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Music Tech Grad Student Engineers Hits

Fermin Suero, Jr. is achieving professional success as a vocal engineer.
Areas of Study: The Arts