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Fridays in the Food Lab: Cooking Competition Edition

A cooking competition hosted by the Food Lab featured student teams planning and executing menus in various culinary styles: gluten-free, vegan, locavore, kosher, and allergen-free.
Areas of Study: Health

Alexander Galloway Named 2019 Guggenheim Fellow

Professor Alexander Galloway has been awarded a 2019 Guggenheim Fellowship.
Areas of Study: Media Studies

Black Drivers More Likely to Be Stopped Finds Study Co-authored by NYU Steinhardt Researcher

A new study titled, “A large-scale analysis of racial disparities in police stops across the United States,” found that in a dataset of nearly 100 million traffic stops across the United States, black drivers were about 20 percent more likely to be stopped than white drivers relative to their share of the residential population.
Areas of Study: Education

London Study Trip Through a Participant's Eyes

Over spring break, I traveled to London, England, along with 20 other Steinhardt graduate students to participate in the Creative and Cultural Industries short-term study abroad course.

Third Annual Jim Hinojosa Distinguished Alumni Award Winner Announced

We are pleased to announce the recipient of the third annual Jim Hinojosa Alumni Award, Dr. Gary Bedell. The award recognizes outstanding NYU OT alumni making significant contributions to the profession.
Areas of Study: Health

A Monograph That Tells the Story of the Natural World

Icelandic folk magic and magical texts—so-called low and high magic—combine as sources and inspiration for A Book of Staves by Jesse Bransford, chair of Steinhardt’s Department of Art and Art Professions.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Finding NYU’s Most “Physical” Therapists

Who are NYU Steinhardt’s Most “Physical” Therapists? The Department of Physical Therapy recently held a competition to find out.
Areas of Study: Health

Fridays in the Food Lab: Career Advice and Knife Sharpening 101

As a part of the Fridays in the Food Lab series, the Department of Nutrition and Food Studies held an interactive knife sharpening workshop and professional development panel discussion.
Areas of Study: Health

Laundromats Support Early Literacy, Finds NYU Steinhardt Professor

New research from Professor Susan Neuman finds that laundromats can serve as an important environment for early literacy development. The research was part of a program led by Laundry Literacy Coalition.
Areas of Study: Education

At NYU Steinhardt, High School Students Experience University Life

Jennifer Cheung, a Bronx Science sophomore, dreaded coming home from school. As she turned her key in the lock, she would take a deep breath to steel herself for what lay ahead. More often than not, her younger brother would be at the kitchen table staring out the window unable to focus on his homework.
Areas of Study: Education The Arts

Be Nice and Be More Chill: An Interview with Will Roland (BMUS ’11), Musical Theatre Actor

Will Roland (BMUS ’11) is a Brooklyn-based actor who has appeared on Billions, Red Oaks, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, and the film, One Penny. On Broadway, Will originated the role of Jared Kleinman in Dear Evan Hansen, for which he won a Broadway.com Audience Choice Award for favorite funny performance and a Grammy Award for Best Musical Theater Album.
Areas of Study: The Arts

U.S. News & World Report Ranks NYU Steinhardt Among the Best Schools of Education in the Nation

The NYU Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development has been ranked among the top ten best graduate schools of education in the nation.
Areas of Study: Education

Documenting the World, One Dance at a Time: An Interview with Mickela Mallozzi (BA ’05)

Mickela Mallozzi is the four-time Emmy® Award-winning Host and executive producer of Bare Feet with Mickela Mallozzi, a travel series highlighting the diversity of dance which airs on PBS stations nationwide and on Amazon Prime globally. A professional dancer and trained musician, Mickela decided to start a journey around the world, taking her camera with her to follow dance in the lives of everyday people wherever she went.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Eustacia Cutler, Temple Grandin's Mom, Brings Her Story to NYU's ASD Nest Parents

Eustacia Cutler, Temple Grandin's mother, talks about how parenting and autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
Areas of Study: Education Health

New Study Finds that 1 in 8 NYC Elementary Students Experience Homelessness Before 5th Grade

NYU Steinhardt's Research Alliance for New York City Schools followed the 81,699 NYC students who began kindergarten in fall 2012 and found that over 12 percent of them experienced homelessness before 5th grade.
Areas of Study: Education

What We're Learning: Human Anatomy Lecture and Cadaver Lab

Human Anatomy, a lecture and lab course, teaches graduate occupational therapy students about the skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems through direct contact with a human cadaver.
Areas of Study: Health

Meet Superstar Composer, Alum Joe Iconis

Be More Chill, the story of an unpopular kid in suburban New Jersey, began its life as a young adult novel. It has now made its way to Broadway, and alum Joe Iconis has been nominated for a 2019 Tony Award for Best Original Score.

Some Children Find It Harder to Understand What Strangers Are Saying

New research by Associate Professor Susannah Levi finds that children with poorer language skills are at a disadvantage when given tasks or being spoken to by strangers because they cannot, as easily as their peers, understand speech from people they do not know.
Areas of Study: Health

Face Transplant Surgery Can Improve Speech in Victims of Severe Face Trauma: A New Case Study

A new case study by NYU Steinhardt's Maria I. Grigos finds that face transplant surgery can improve speech in victims of severe face trauma.
Areas of Study: Health

Music Tech Alumna Emily Lazar Wins Grammy

Emily Lazar becomes the first woman mastering engineer ever to take home the Best Engineered Album (Non-Classical) Grammy for her work on Beck’s “Colors”.