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Teaching and Learning Professor Okhee Lee Receives KAERA Distinguished Researcher Award

Okhee Lee, professor of childhood education, has been received the Korean-American Educational Researchers Association Distinguished Researcher Award. The award recognize her positive impact on educational research.
Areas of Study: Education

Kristie Patten Koenig and Colleagues Awarded NSF Grant to Expand Autism Inclusion Programming

The new grant will expand inclusive maker programming to local high schools and elementary schools.
Areas of Study: Health

Hirokazu Yoshikawa Elected American Academy of Arts and Sciences Fellow

Hirokazu Yoshikawa, Courtney Sale Ross University Professor of Globalization and Education in the Department of Applied Psychology, has been elected fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Letters.

Bloomberg Surveillance Interviews Prof. Lawrence Ferrara

Bloomberg News' Tom Keene and Paul Sweeney interviewed NYU Steinhardt Professor of Music Lawrence Ferrara on June 28 during their nationally broadcast radio show, Bloomberg Surveillance.

NYU Ability Project Explores Inclusive Creativity

Creatability — a collaboration between the NYU Ability Project and Google that promotes accessibly creative expression — recently won the prestigious Design Grand Prix at the Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity.
Areas of Study: Health

An “Eye Opening” Application of Virtual Reality Technology

We sat down with Dr. Anat Lubetzky to discuss her work and the benefits of incorporating VR technology into physical therapy.
Areas of Study: Health

NYU NSSLHA Receives 2019 Gold Chapter Honors

Congratulations to the entire NYU National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA) chapter on receiving 2019 Gold Chapter Honors — the highest level of recognition awarded by National NSSLHA.
Areas of Study: Health

Steinhardt Student Makes a Difference: Sanan Panossian (MA ’19), International Education

To achieve her goal of building and sustaining a link between her homeland and the diaspora, Sanan worked as a Diaspora Outreach Coordinator for the Admissions Department of the American University of Armenia (AUA) this summer.
Areas of Study: Education

Steinhardt Student Makes a Difference: Ece Yuceland (BS ’20), Media, Culture, and Communication

Ece served as a summer marketing intern at Beam Impact, an app that allows users to donate part of their everyday purchases to support social issues that matter to them.
Areas of Study: Media Studies

6 Books on Educational Equity from NYU Steinhardt Faculty

The pursuit for educational equity never takes a break at NYU Steinhardt. We’ve collected six books on the topic by our faculty to add to your reading list.
Areas of Study: Education

On Motherhood and Ethnographic Methods: An Interview with Doctoral Candidate, Chandler Patton Miranda

Chandler Patton Miranda is a doctoral candidate in NYU Steinhardt’s educational leadership program. She currently teaches Schooling in Diverse Communities to pre-service teachers at Queens College, City University of New York. Previously, she taught high school science on the southern United States border and in Colombia.
Areas of Study: Education

From Apple to Zucchini: An Interview with Victoria Stein Feltman (MS ’10) and Natalya Murakhver (MA ’07)

Read a Q&A with two Nutrition and Food Studies alums who created their own healthy food consultancy based on lessons learned during their time in the department.
Areas of Study: Health

The Class of 2023 is Reading 'Educated' by Tara Westover

'Educated: A Memoir' by Tara Westover is this year's required reading for all NYU students. Chosen by the university for NYU Reads, the memoir will also be discussed in Steinhardt's New Student Seminar, a course where students explore their role in the university community.

Class Notes: Spring 2019

Read the latest class notes submitted by your fellow OT alumni.
Areas of Study: Health

Radha Hegde Recognized for Advancement of Feminist Scholarship

Professor Radha Hegde received the 2019 Teresa Award for the Advancement of Feminist Scholarship at the International Communication Association conference in Washington, DC.

What We Know (And Don’t Know) about Stuttering: An Interview with Eric S. Jackson

We sat down with Eric to discuss his latest research on stuttering — including two recently published papers on the subject and a new grant.
Areas of Study: Health

PT Faculty Recognized for Research and Teaching Excellence

We're thrilled to congratulate two of our faculty members, Assistant Professor Ericka Merriwether and Clinical Assistant Professor Kevin Weaver, on their recent awards from the school.
Areas of Study: Health

Fifty Years Later, a Former Doctoral Student Gets Her Hood

Back in 1969, a time when typing a dissertation was more traumatic than writing one, Norma Tarrow (PhD ’69) missed her hooding ceremony.
Areas of Study: Education

At Weber Shandwick, NYU Students Celebrate Capstone Projects

The PR Agency, Weber Shandwick, celebrated four Media, Culture, and Communication graduates at its New York City global office.
Areas of Study: Media Studies

Student Spotlight: Future SLP Supports Son’s Paralympic Dreams

Jayna moved across the country to help her son turn his Paralympic table tennis dreams into reality — all while working toward her master’s in speech-language pathology.
Areas of Study: Health