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Professor Linda Shelton is a Dance Magazine Chairman's Award Honoree

Professor Linda Shelton, executive director of The Joyce Theater Foundation, will be honored at the Dance Magazine Awards.

Dr. Marilyn Nonken's Concert Featured in The New Yorker

"Eighters Gonna Eight," a piano performance curated by Marilyn Nonken, was featured in The New Yorker.

Downbeat Magazine Features our Jazz Program

A wonderful feature about campus life, the wide-range of opportunities available to students, and our professors' vision for the program.

Researching the Relationship Between Technology and Borders

Doctoral student Michelle Pfeifer has received a dissertation fieldwork grant from the Wenner-Gren Foundation. The award will support her research into how media technologies are being utilized for border policing and control.

Grammy Nominations for MPAP Faculty and Alumni

Several members of the Music and Performing Arts Professions community are among the nominees for the 62nd Grammy Awards.

Elaine Cameron-Weir at JTT Reviewed in ArtForum

Elaine Cameron-Weir at JTT Reviewed in ArtForum
Areas of Study: The Arts

Steinhardt Researcher Looks at "Academic Apartheid" in Affluent California School District

In “The Segregation of ‘Failures': Unequal Schools and Disadvantaged Students in an Affluent Suburb,” published in JESPAR,, Sean Drake shows how the hidden institutional practice of segregating low-performing students in an affluent Southern California adversely affects black, Latinx, and working-class students. 
Areas of Study: Education

NYU New Music Ensemble Celebrate a 25-Year Partnership

This fall, Professor Esther Lamneck and the NYU New Music Ensemble celebrate a twenty-five-year partnership with Professor Alfonso Belfiore and the Department of New Technologies and Musical Languages at the “Luigi Cherubini" Conservatory of Music in Florence, Italy.

Steinhardt Delegates Join Symposium on International Higher Education at NYU Tel Aviv

NYU Tel Aviv hosted an international symposium on November 11, 2019 that brought together scholars, educators, administrators, students, alumni, and others from Israel, the region and across NYU’s global network. The purpose of the symposium was to examine challenges and opportunities in international education in the digital age.

NYU Named #1 in Study Abroad and International Student Enrollment

The Institute of International Education released its 2019 Open Doors report, which tracks both international students studying in the US and students from US institutions studying abroad. Once again, NYU has captured the top spot in each category, with growth in both areas from the year prior. These outcomes demonstrate NYU’s critical role in shaping innovative international higher education in the 21st century.

New Study Abroad Opportunities for Online Students

This Spring, the School is expanding its graduate study abroad portfolio to include two new courses, Cross-Cultural Counseling and Multicultural and Professional Issues in Communicative Sciences and Disorders. The courses will travel to NYU’s Academic Centers in Buenos Aires, Argentina and Accra, Ghana respectively.

Funded doctoral student opportunities in United Arab Emirates

NYU Abu Dhabi invites doctoral students in the humanities and social sciences to apply for a year-long dissertation writing fellowship. Applications are due January 15, 2020.

Experiential Learning Spotlight: Maki Thomas Livesay

Maki Thomas Livesay, Vice President of the Food Studies Graduate Society (FSGS), served in the United States Air Force. Department Chair Dr. Krishnendu Ray and Program Director Dr. Jennifer Berg selected Maki as the inaugural fellow for the Mana Contemporary x NYU Food Studies Fellowship.

NYU Broadway Orchestra Staging Musical Comedy ‘City of Angels’ with Vanessa Williams Talkback

The one-night-only performance brings a touch of 1940s Los Angeles to NYU

Helping Refugees Adapt to Climate Change: An Interview with Professor Raul Lejano

Professor Raul Lejano and a team of NYU colleagues are bringing disaster preparedness workshops to Rohingya refugees living at the Bangladeshi/Myanmar border.
Areas of Study: Education

Global Perspectives in Occupational Therapy

We sat down with the most recently graduated MA in Occupational Therapy cohort, composed of students from the Philippines, Taiwan, India, Saudi Arabia, China, Israel, and beyond, to discuss their experience joining together in New York City as classmates.
Areas of Study: Health

Drama Therapy to Stage Pilot Production of ‘Fiddler on the Roof SR.' with Senior Community Members

The program has been working with members of Penn South to perform a special adaptation of the hit Broadway musical.

Learning How to Create Change in Higher Education: An Interview with Felipe Henao

An interview with online EdD student, Felipe Henao, executive director of Student Life, Health & Wellness at Mercy College.
Areas of Study: Education

On JAMA Podcast, Professor Niobe Way Talks Boys' Friendships and Mental Health

NYU Steinhardt Professor Niobe Way is interviewed in a JAMA Clinical Review podcast about what she has learned from 30-years of studying boys' friendships.

The Artistry and Education of Gui Duvignau, Bassist, Jazz Studies Program

Gui Duvignau, musician and jazz studies major and is draws inspiration from his travels, and from performing rock, Brazilian and ‘world’ music, and studying contemporary music. 
Areas of Study: The Arts