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Citizen Scientists Can Help Mitigate Noise Pollution

The Sounds of New York City (SONYC)—a first-of-its-kind research project addressing urban noise pollution—has launched a citizen science initiative to help artificial intelligence (AI) technology understand exactly which sounds are contributing to unhealthy levels of noise in New York City. Citizen scientists are members of the public who collaborate with researchers by collecting and analyzing data.
Areas of Study: Health The Arts

Education is the Most Powerful Tool We Have: A Profile of Dogon Nshimiyimana (MA ’19)

Dogon and his family fled to a refugee camp in Rwanda to escape the escalating violence in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Though much in his life has changed since he fled his home with his family, Dogon’s love of the written word has remained a constant.

Areas of Study: Education

Steinhardt Student Makes a Difference: Mary Morris (MA ’20), Drama Therapy

Mary interned as a drama therapist at Girl Be Heard, an organization that promotes the voices of young women through socially-conscious theatre-making
Areas of Study: The Arts

Exposure to Aggression Between Parents Can Interfere with a Child’s Ability to Regulate Emotions

Exposure to Aggression Between Parents Can Interfere with a Child’s Ability to Regulate Emotions, Finds NYU Steinhardt Study
Areas of Study: Health

Steinhardt Student Makes a Difference: YiLin Lee (BS ’20), Applied Psychology

YiLin is working as a Program Assistant with the GO Project, a nonprofit educational organization that provides academic and social support to children performing under the state grade level.
Areas of Study: Education

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: 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

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

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

Dr. Maloney in Conversation on the Expanding Field of Arts Administration

Dr. Richard Maloney, Performing Arts Administration program director, participated in a conversation with Victoria Jones, executive vice president and fundraising practice leader at Development Guild DDI entitled "Arts Administration, Reflections of an Expanding Field," at The Makery, a design lab and co-working space in Brookline, Massachusetts.

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

After Trauma, High School Students Find Healing and Comfort in the Creative Arts

After a traumatic experience, healing can be a long road for young survivors. For high school students exposed to trauma, finding community is an important part of working through pain.
Areas of Study: The Arts

NYU Sends Delegation to the UN

Dr. Nisha Sajnani was invited by Christopher Bailey, Chair of the Arts and Health working group of the World Health Organization, to bring a drama therapy delegation to a special session of the 12th UN Convention on The Rights of Persons with Disabilities.

On the Enduring Legacy of “Gay Liberation,” a Sculpture by George Segal (BA ’49)

The sculpture, Gay Liberation, was created by George Segal (BA ’49), who earned a degree in art education from NYU’s School of Education.
Areas of Study: The Arts