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Dr. Marilyn Nonken Publishes New Book

The director of our program in Piano Studies publishes a new book, "Identity and Diversity in New Music."

Alum Uses Performing Arts Admin Degree for Career Shift to Finance

Alumnus Kristen Irby made a dramatic career shift going from dance to finance after pursuing his master’s degree in Performing Arts Administration.

Donna Walker-Kuhne Receives Leadership Award

Donna Walker-Kuhne received the first ever League of Professional Theatre Women Rachel Crothers Leadership Award.

Nordoff-Robbins Center for Music Therapy Celebrates 30 Years and a New Home

In September, the Nordoff-Robbins Center for Music Therapy celebrated its 30th anniversary at NYU Steinhardt. The event brought together center supporter, clients, members of the NYU community, and the actor Robert De Niro.
Areas of Study: Health The Arts

NYU Orchestras Open 2019-2020 Season

Ted Sperling conducts the NYU Symphony and the NYU Chamber Orchestra on Thursday, September 26, and Friday, September 27 in the Frederick Loewe Theatre.
Areas of Study: The Arts

artnet Interview with Jasmin Tsou

Jasmin Tsou (BFA) is the subject of an article entitled, "Embrace Your ‘Naive Confidence’ and 4 Other Tips for Young Art Dealers From Jasmin Tsou, Maverick Owner of New York’s JTT Gallery" on Artnet.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Sam McKinniss on the cover Artforum

Sam McKinniss's (MFA) painting entitled "Star Spangled Banner" is the September cover of Artforum
Areas of Study: The Arts

Teboho Moja, Education Reform Activist, Receives Lifetime Achiever Award

"Policy, academics, and activism have been intersecting paths in my career. It is the driving force behind my passion for education," said Clinical Professor Teboho Moja, who was awarded South Africa's Lifetime Achiever Award for her extraordinary contributions to educational equity in Post-Apartheid, South Africa

Alum’s Advocacy Helps Expand Access to Speech-Language Pathology Services in Hawaii

Kristina Fuentes (MS ’10) saw that Hawaii’s healthcare system was losing potential SLPs – and advocated for change in her community.
Areas of Study: Health

Anne Washington Testifies Before Congress about Artificial Intelligence and the Financial Industry

Anne Washington, assistant professor of data policy at NYU Steinhardt, shared her research on artificial intelligence at a congressional hearing.

Nathaniel Mary Quinn (MFA) featured in The Wall Street Journal

Nathaniel Mary Quinn (MFA) is the subject of the article entitled "The Deadpan World of Nathaniel Mary Quinn" in the Wall Street Journal.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Janet Njelesani and a Team of Abu Dhabi Students Study Disability Abuse in Zambian Schools

This past summer, students from NYU's Abu Dhabi campus travelled to Zambia to assist OT Assistant Professor Janet Njelesani on a project looking at violence against students with disability in schools.

Nutrition PhDs Explore Nutrition and Weight-Related Factors Among Overweight/Obese College Students

Two PhD candidates from the NYU Steinhardt Department of Nutrition and Food Studies, Rachel Ryan and Miriam Mahmood, were selected to share their research with the nutrition community at the Nutrition 2019 conference.
Areas of Study: Health

Transitions to School: What Helps Children Succeed? Essentials for Success in Preschool and Beyond

A child who repeats the first grade is more likely than any others to drop out of school. The most effective way to prevent this is to intervene early, and to ensure that the child is ready and able to cope with the transition into elementary school. We also have to be sure that the school is ready for the children as that run through the school doors for the first time. The setting needs to be prepared to meet the developmental needs of children who come there to learn.

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