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Professor and Chair Rodney Benson Wins Book Award

Rodney Benson, chair of the Department of Media, Culture, and Communication, has won the 2020 Doris Graber Outstanding Book Award for his work, Shaping Immigration News.

Summer Institute for Woodwind Studies Concert

Watch the final concert featuring performances of music by Mozart, Boehm, Couperin, Beethoven, and students in our Music Composition program.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Ensuring Success in the Classroom: An Interview with New Faculty Member Margaret Morone-Wilson

Margaret Morone-Wilson, visiting assistant professor and teacher residency director in the NYU Teacher Residency Program, shares insights from her 33-year career in the Syracuse City School District.

The Future of Work: An Interview with New Faculty Member Mario Khreiche

An interview with Mario Khreiche, visiting assistant professor, whose research focuses on the ways that automation technologies change the nature, environments, and experiences of work.

Gregg August Wins Grand Prize in Two Divisions of Composition Competition

August won awards from The International Society of Bassists in the Chamber Ensemble and the Bass Ensemble divisions.
Areas of Study: The Arts

On Research and Clinical Practice: An Interview with New Faculty Member Stacey Rimikis

Stacey Rimikis, a new clinical assistant professor in the Department of Communicative Sciences and Disorders, discusses her research and how clinicians adapt their practice in the time of COVID-19.

Where Fashion Meets Culture: An Interview with New Faculty Member Rachel Lifter

Rachel Lifter, program director of Steinhardt's costume studies program, discusses the influence that culture has on popular fashion.

The Place Where Video Games, Gender, and Sexuality Meet: An Interview with New Faculty Member Whitney Pow

Whitney Pow is a media studies scholar whose research focuses on queer and trans histories of video games, software, and computational media. We spoke to them about their scholarship and art.

Studying Queer and Transgender Lives: An Interview with New Faculty Member Cassius Adair

Cassius Adair, a visiting assistant professor in the Department of Media, Culture, and Communication, is an independent audio producer, writer, and researcher. We asked him about his scholarship on queer and transgender lives.

NYU Metro Center Represented

This month, our Executive Director, Dr. David E. Kirkland represented NYU Metro Center as a speaker at a number of conferences, events and presentations.

New Cookbook from Nutrition and Art Therapy Students Encourages Families to Get Creative in the Kitchen

"Creative Kitchen," a joint project created by Art Therapy and Nutrition and Dietetics students, combines healthy, low-cost recipes with arts-based activities to bring families together during this time of crisis.

Music Composition Alum Angélica Negrón Featured in BBC Roundtable

She joined a panel of Hollywood luminaries discussing their starts in music and "the difficulty of creating something simple."
Areas of Study: The Arts

NYU Metro Center In The Press

This month, our NYU Metro Center family has been featured in several press and media publications.

VUE Art Submission Call

We invite interested students to submit their art to be considered for our latest Voices in Urban Education issue!

EduColor Partnership

NYU Metro Center is proud to announce our new partnership with EduColor.

Lynn Harrell at NYU Steinhardt

Watch the renowned cellist's final public appearance, a heartfelt and inspirational discussion moderated by NYU Steinhardt Artist Faculty member Carol Ou.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Evaluating Corporate Commitment to Social Justice

In the midst of a global pandemic and against the backdrop of heightened focus on police violence and the inequities experienced by the black community, MCC's 4 Weber Shandwick Scholars were assigned a timely project by the DC office.
Areas of Study: Media Studies

Songwriting Alum Connects with Billy Joel

AJ Smith released a song called "Billy Joel," and it got the Piano Man's attention.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Zooming around Italy: Graduate Students Explore the Essence of the Mediterranean Diet

While not physically in Italy, students taking “International Study in Food, Culture, and Nutrition” spent three weeks exploring Italian food and nutrition from historical, political, agricultural, culinary, and cultural perspectives through interactive sessions.

Communicative Sciences and Disorders Faculty Dr. Maria Grigos Selected as 2020 ASHA Fellow

This fellowship—which is retained for life—is one of the highest honors bestowed by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.