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NYU Steinhardt Teacher Residency Launches Part-Time Option, Continues to Expand

New York University’s year-long teacher residency program is adding a part-time or “half-day” residency option to support more nontraditional students.

Professors Create Free Research-Backed Games to Train Your Brain

University professors from New York and California designed and developed three digital games to help its users’ brains work more efficiently.
Areas of Study: Education

Facebook's Undersea Infrastructure

Nicole Starosielski explains how the social media giant relies on a deep network of submarine cables to keep data circulating.

Disability, Bias, and AI

A paper co-authored by Professor Mara Mills influences Elizabeth Warren's policy platform.

Five Steinhardt Faculty Members Ranked as Most Influential Policy Scholars in the Nation

Five Steinhardt faculty members are among the most influential policy academics in the country according to the 2020 RHSU Edu-Scholar Public Influence rankings.

Drama Therapy Program Releases 'Living With…,' the Cast Album

'Living With…,' an original musical produced by the Drama Therapy Program in 2018, now streams for free on SoundCloud.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Dr. Maloney Visits Taiwan

When recently visiting Taiwan, Dr. Maloney met with two alumni of the PAA program who are arts administration professors.

Leadership and Innovation in the Age of Acceleration:  An Interview with Jesse Jackson, Online EdD Student

Jesse Jackson serves as the head of Firmwide Learning and Talent Solutions for JPMorgan Chase. We discussed NYU Steinhart’s online EdD in Leadership and Innovation program with him.  
Areas of Study: Education

Professor Tim McClimon Pens Article on Sustainable Tourism

"The future of the world’s most important cultural sites and tourism destinations should be considered through the lens of sustainable tourism."

Four Steinhardt Alumni Make the Forbes 30 Under 30 List

Four NYU Steinhardt alumni have made the 2020 Forbes 30 under 30 list. The annual feature recognizes 600 entrepreneurs in 20 industries whose innovative thinking has the potential to changing business and society.

Will, Technique, Stamina, Drive: An Interview with Nyla Watson, Graduate Student and Musical Theatre Performer

Nyla Watson, a graduate student in vocal performance, is balancing her coursework and teaching with her musical theatre career.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Singapore Ministry of Social and Family Development Visits Sudha Arunachalam’s LEARN Lab

Representatives from Singapore’s Ministry of Social and Family Development recently visited Associate Professor Sudha Arunachalam’s Language Experience and Acquisition Research at NYU (LEARN) Lab to incorporate her expertise into their recommendations about children and language for Singaporean parents.
Areas of Study: Health

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.

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.

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.