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Staff and Students Make Masks for Healthcare Workers

Our costume shop supervisor and several of her students volunteer to make masks for health workers in need.

Screen Scoring Recording

A video of Screen Scoring's Advanced Orchestration and the Seminar in Composition held remotely.

NYU Appoints Jack H. Knott as Drukier Dean of the Steinhardt School

NYU President Andrew Hamilton and Provost Katherine Fleming today announced the appointment of Jack H. Knott as the new Gale and Ira Drukier Dean of NYU's Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development.

Free cognitive skills training games from CREATE

We are excited to announce the release of our free cognitive skills training games in the AppStore and on Google Play:
All You Can ET, Gwakkamole, CrushStations

After Statewide Teacher Evaluation Reform, Low-Rated Teachers Leave Struggling Schools: Study Finds

New research by Luis A. Rodriguez finds that statewide teacher evaluation systems have proven to phase out lower-performing teachers and retain more effective teachers for longer periods of time.
Areas of Study: Education

NYU in Top 10 for Media Studies

New York University claims the 10th spot in the QS Top Universities ranking of media studies programs worldwide.

Arthur Levine Joins The Steinhardt Institute for Higher Education Policy

Arthur Levine, a distinguished scholar, has joined The Steinhardt Institute of Higher Education Policy.

At NestCon 2020, Celebrating the Power of Neurodiversity

NestCon2020 brought together members of the education and neurodiversity communities to discuss best practices for creating inclusive school environments for autistic children.

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