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Principals Share Strategies for Building Strong Schools at Leadership Lens (L2) Event

At a Leadership Lens (L2) event, Lisette Nieves, clinical professor of educational leadership and policy studies, discussed best leadership practices with New York City principals David Russo and Travis Brown.

Meet the Physical Therapy Department's Oldest Living Alum

Trudy Schwarz is the department’s oldest living alum at age 100. Her advice for students at the beginning of their careers? “Stay active and interested physically and mentally.”
Areas of Study: Health

From Music Business to Baba O'Riley: An interview with Violinist Katie Jacoby (BA '13)

NYU alumna Katie Jacoby (BA '13) is an electric and acoustic violinist, who is touring with The Who.

The Power of Food to Heal and Console: An Interview with Marisa Silver, Nutrition and Dietetics Student

During her nutrition clinical practice, Marisa Silver saw the role that innovative nutrition professionals can play in treating the most prevalent health issues facing society.

Exploring the Role of Gender and Gesture in the Kavanaugh Hearings

A Verbatim Performance Lab project shows how body language can shape history.

Cool Course Dispatch: Culinary Physics in the NYU Food Lab

Students from the Steinhardt Food Studies program and Tisch's Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) use physics to create culinary anomalies.

Grad Student Wins Golden Bell Award

Screen Scoring Graduate Student Shao-Ting Chang won the Golden Bell Award for Best Music/Sound Design on the film “Bite.”

NYU Ability Project and Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum Partner to Make the Museum and Other Historic Sites More Accessible

Through a new grant, the Museum will partner with the NYU Ability Project to create experiences that are accessible to visitors with disabilities.

Alumna Lands Job at Pixar

Jennifer Rowekamp, a recent graduate of the Screen Scoring master’s program, became Pixar’s newest Associate Music Editor.

Dr. Maloney serves on ENCATC Jury

Dr. Maloney served as a member of the international jury that determined the winner of the 2019 ENCATC Research Award on Cultural Policy and Cultural Management.

Charlton McIlwain Looks at Diversity and Inclusion in Computing Industry

A new book by Professor Charlton McIlwain provides a historical look at the challenges of diversity and inclusion in computing industries.
Areas of Study: Media Studies

Dr. Schroeder Publishes "From the Minds of Jazz Musicians"

From the Minds of Jazz Musicians: Conversations with the Creative and Inspired is a new book by Jazz Studies director Dr. David Schroeder.

Meet Professor Gareth Dylan Smith

Music Ed professor Gareth Dylan Smith is an educator, writer, and drummer.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Art Alumni Show 2019

Art Alumni Show 2019 curated by Martha Wilson featuring work by alumni from our programs. October 25 thru November 9. Opening Reception October 25, 6-8pm
Areas of Study: The Arts

Addicted to Tech? Professor Natasha Schull Interviewed for PBS

Professor Natasha Schull speaks to RetroReport PBS about how social media addiction can be traced back to theories pioneered by psychologist B.F. Skinner decades ago.

Nate Lowman’s New Show at David Zwirner on artnet

‘Important and Timely’ or ‘the Ugliest Painting Ever Made’? How the Art World Is Parsing Nate Lowman’s New Show at David Zwirner London. The show marks the artist's debut at the mega-gallery.
Areas of Study: The Arts

The Kavanaugh Files Explores How Gender and Gesture Influenced the Senate Confirmation Hearing

A Verbatim Performance Lab project shows how body language can shape history.
Areas of Study: Media Studies The Arts

NYU Steinhardt Scholar Makes Recommendations to End Disparities in STEM for English Learners

Professor Okhee Lee is developing English language proficiency standards that are better aligned with what students are learning in the classroom.

Lend Your Voice to the NYU National Student Speech Language Hearing Association's Voice Drive

From now until December 22, you can help individuals with speech loss reclaim ownership of their voices.

Alum Akini Gill Publishes Book

Akini A. Gill has published his first book, "From Behind the Bridge to the Impossible Dream."