Screen Scoring alumna Herdís Stefánsdóttir (MM `16) has been nominated for the 2023 Discovery of the Year Award at the World Soundtrack Awards! The Discovery of the Year Award winner is voted by the Advisory and Executive board of the World Soundtrack Awards, and showcases up-and-coming talent in the world of film music.
"The Equalizer 3" premiered on September 1st 2023, and has continued to dominate the box office since its release. The film starring Denzel Washington, was scored by adjunct faculty member Marcelo Zarvos who was assisted by alumni Greg Polzak (MM `11), Simon Li (MM `22), and Jackie Andresen (BM `23).
Screen Scoring adjunct faculty member John Kaefer recently worked with streaming giant Netflix and interactive game designer Formosa on the upcoming interactive game series, Netflix Stories. Kaefer scored Netflix Stories: Love is Blind, based on the popular series, Love is Blind (which begins its fifth season on September 22nd 2023).
Three Steinhardt faculty served as forensic musicologists on behalf of pop icon Sam Smith and his 2019 hit “Dancing With a Stranger.” The “Motion for Summary Judgement” against Jordan Vincent and his 2015 song of the same name.
NYU Screen Scoring congratulates Jude Shih (MM `23) and Mengxue Tan (MM `23) who collaborated on one of the Student Academy Award winning documentaries of 2023. Shih and Tan scored "Duet" directed by NYU Journalism alum Lyuwei Chen.
Key Changes tells a new story about the history of the music business and the ten technological advances that disrupted it over the last century. Each of the technological innovations covered in this book not only disrupted the music business, but also fundamentally altered the industry’s character. And while the technologies themselves have evolved in unique and varied ways over the decades, the changes within the business follow a clear pattern.
Farha Najah Hussain has received a Saffran Student Scholar Award for the 17th Annual Eleanor M. Saffran Conference on Cognitive Neuroscience and Rehabilitation of Communication Disorders, to be hosted by Temple University on September 28-30, 2023.
Researchers from NYU Steinhardt partnered with the NYC Public Schools’ Division of Early Childhood Education (DECE) to examine professional learning (PL) experiences of New York City (NYC) early childhood educators during the COVID-19 pandemic (2020-2021).
The University Hospitals of Geneva magazine interviewed Nisha Sajnani, Associate Professor and Director of the Program in Drama Therapy and co-director of the Jameel Arts & Health Lab at NYU Steinhardt established in collaboration with the WHO, about the health benefits of the arts.
VUE, NYU Metro Center’s open-access journal, examines queer and trans resistance to epistemic, political, and social control within educational systems, as well as what strategies may be necessary to subvert the structures that exclude and censure them.