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At Weber Shandwick, NYU Students Celebrate Capstone Projects

The PR Agency, Weber Shandwick, celebrated four Media, Culture, and Communication graduates at its New York City global office.
Areas of Study: Media Studies

Professors Lawrence Ferrara and Paul Geluso Serve as Musicologists in Copyright Case

On behalf of the defendants Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, testimony by forensic musicologist Lawrence Ferrara, in tandem with that of acoustic musicologist Professor Paul Geluso, paved the way to a "motion for summary judgement" being granted by US District Court Judge Martin Feldman in New Orleans.

Student Spotlight: Future SLP Supports Son’s Paralympic Dreams

Jayna moved across the country to help her son turn his Paralympic table tennis dreams into reality — all while working toward her master’s in speech-language pathology.
Areas of Study: Health

NYU Percussion Ensemble and Thomas Kozumplik Release "Child of the Earth"

Percussion Studies program director Jonathan Haas, the NYU Percussion Ensemble, and composer/percussionist Thomas Kozumplik have collaborated on the album Child of the Earth, released on the Music Starts from Silence label.

Faces of Food Safety: Joseph Ndungu (MA ’12)

Department alum Joseph Ndungu was selected from approximately 10,000 US Department of Agriculture Food Safety and Inspection Service employees to be honored with a feature in the agency’s monthly newsletter.

Areas of Study: Health

Global Perspectives: OT Students Study Rehab in Israel

Associate Professors Yael Goverover and Gerry Voelbel traveled to Israel with students to participate in a course entitled “Disability in a Global Context.”
Areas of Study: Health

“Coffee is Crucial”: An Interview with Jordan Cohen (BS ’11), The New York Times

Jordan Cohen (BS ’11) serves as Senior Director of communications at The New York Times.
Areas of Study: Media Studies

Stocking-shaming in the 19th Century: An Interview with MA Candidate, Kate Sekules

Kate Sekules is a degree candidate in the MA in Costume Studies program. Her research interests are vernacular clothing, the dress of the poor, and uncovering the untold history of mending. She is currently writing a book about visible mending and the future of fashion, to be published by Penguin in fall 2020.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Fabio Parasecoli of Nutrition and Food Studies Receives Fulbright Award

Fabio Parasecoli, a professor in the Department of Nutrition and Food Studies, has been awarded a Fulbright Award to study food heritage in Spain. He will be working on a research project led by UNESCO Chair Director, Dr. F. Xavier Medina at Universitat Oberta de Catalunya.

"Green Door" Soundtrack Brings Together Alumni

The soundtrack team behind a new Taiwanese mini-series called Green Door is mostly made up of alumni of the Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions. The six-episode show hit Netflix in America and 190 other countries in March after premiering in Taiwan where the music received good reviews.

In and of the World: Counseling@NYU Students Find Community Online and at NYU Accra

Ambar Gomez and Katherine Lizardo became friends through their online Counseling@NYU program. The two enriched their studies with a trip to NYU Accra to study Global Perspectives in Higher Education.
Areas of Study: Education Health

Food Studies Students Win Green Grant to Tackle Plastic Waste

Master's students Sarah Dietz and Yvonne Cuaresma won a $2,500 Green Grant to launch a personal waste mitigation challenge aimed at improving the NYU community’s environmental literacy and sustainability efforts.

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

Siblings Brew Chai in Brooklyn

Launched by brother-and-sister duo Food Studies MA alum Amy Rothstein (Steinhardt ’14) and Peter Rothstein (Stern ’21), Dona is a spiced-based beverage company focusing on tea concentrates and sodas.

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