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Educational Theatre Production ‘Making Gay History: Before Stonewall’ Turns the Popular Podcast into a Play

A new production featuring oral histories of LGBTQ+ activism comes to the Provincetown Playhouse beginning February 28.

Keiko Uenishi Joins as Program Administrator

Program director Paul Geluso welcomes new program administrator Keiko Uenishi

Sandbox Percussion Announces Debut Album "And That One Too"

Sandbox Percussion Seminar faculty releases new album with music by Andy Akiho, David Crowell, Amy Beth Kirsten, and Thomas Kotcheff.

At NYU Alliance for Public Interest Technology Launch, Steinhardt Faculty Members Talk Ethics and Accessibility

Steinhardt faculty members presented research at the launch of the NYU Alliance for Public Interest Technology, a new initiative that connects faculty members across NYU who collaborate on projects related to public interest technology.

NYU Metro Center Staff and Affiliates Included in Education Power 100 2020

We are pleased to announce that four members of the Metro Center family have been featured on the City & State of New York's 2020 Education Power 100!

Professors Receive Faculty Honors

Three professors were recognized for their achievements at the Faculty Honors Reception.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Dr. Maloney Re-elected to ENCATC Board

Program director Dr. Richard Maloney was elected to the 2019-2021 Board of Directors of ENCATC, the European network on cultural management and policy.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Minji Kim Joins as the Program’s First Program Administrator

Kim will take the PAA program’s efforts to offer seamless support and an exceptional learning experience for our students to the next level.
Areas of Study: The Arts

How Joseph Morrissey ('12) Has Revitalized the Dance Program at Interlochen Center for the Arts

Morrissey recognized that he would need a different skill set than the typical dancer. His PAA degree gave him a broad perspective of both dance and business.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Welcome Bobby Sanabria

An interview with Latin Jazz legend Bobby Sanabria.
Areas of Study: The Arts

CSD and Nutrition Students Team Up for Iron Chef Competition

What do mashed potatoes, black bean soup, and coconut flan have in common? Not only are they foods easy for individuals with dysphagia, a swallowing disorder, to consume, but they are also dishes recently prepared by master’s students from the NYU Steinhardt Department of Communicative Sciences and Disorders and Department of Nutrition and Food Studies taking “Interdisciplinary Case-Based Management in Dysphagia.”
Areas of Study: Health

Susan Unterberg (Art Education) Alumni Profiled on PBS

The work of women artists makes up only three to five percent of major museums' permanent collections in the US and Europe. Many of these artists struggle financially - but Susan Unterberg is trying to change that.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Designing and Prototyping Assistive Technologies: New Course Explores Disability in Israel

A new intersession course, “Israel: Developing Assistive Technologies,” explored the entire process of fabricating devices for people with disabilities—from brainstorming an initial idea to creating a product prototype—led by Associate Professor of Occupational Therapy Anita Perr and NYU Abu Dhabi Associate Professor of Practice of Interactive Media Michael Shiloh.
Areas of Study: Health

NestCon, a Conference on Autism and Inclusive Education, at NYU Steinhardt, Feb. 20th - 22nd

NestCon will bring the autism community to NYU Steinhardt for a 3-day conference on how to support diverse learning styles.

Education Week Names NYU Metro Center Faculty Members Among Nation's Most Influential Policy Scholars

Five faculty members have been ranked as the most influential policy scholars in the nation. Research Professor Diane Ravitch, Associate Professor of Applied Psychology Joshua Aronson,

Co-Director of NYU Metro Center's Mindful Education Lab Speaks on "Talks at Google"

Barry Cohen joins Talks at Google to discuss "An Antidote to the Common Neurosis: Dealing with the Mental Pain of Everyday Life".

NYU Steinhardt Faculty Honored with Prestigious Martin Luther King, Jr. Faculty Award

NYU's Martin Luther King Jr. Faculty Award is is presented annually to faculty members who exemplify King’s spirit through their work. This year's honorees are María Rosa Brea-Spahn and Heather Woodley.

Steinhardt Alumni Take Home Grammy Awards

Five Grammys were awarded to four NYU Steinhardt alumni at the 62nd Annual Grammy Award Ceremony.
Areas of Study: The Arts

NYU Steinhardt Prepares for a Musical Adventure with ‘Wonderland’

Fall down the rabbit hole between February 6-10, when NYU Steinhardt stages a new version of composer Frank Wildhorn's musical.
Areas of Study: The Arts

How Active Shooter Incidents Off Campus Lead to Guns on Campus

New data analysis from Liang Zhang, an NYU Steinhardt professor, and his colleague finds several factors including recent mass shooter incidents impetus for bill introduction.
Areas of Study: Education