NYU Drama Therapy Program faculty, alumni, students, and researchers attended the 43rd
Annual North American Drama Therapy Association (NADTA) Conference in San Diego,
California from November 3-6, 2022.
Ajay Chaudry, research scholar at NYU IHDSC and Wagner, collaborated with Scarlett Sijia Wang, Sherry Glied, and Claudia Babcock on a recently released paper, “Changes in the Public Charge Rule and Health of Mothers and Infants Enrolled in New York State’s Medicaid Program, 2014‒2019,” in the American Journal of Public Health.
The Center for Critical Race + Digital Studies (CR+DS) recently released new resources that dispel the overflow of myths about machine learning, its assumed objectivity, and false claims of race- and value-neutral operationalizations in the digital space.
NYU Metro Center collaborates with leading Youth Engagement Programs to host a wide-ranging discussion on how community-based organizations can create culturally responsive and sustaining Out-of-School-Time Programs.
Sam Hollander, one of the most successful and influential songwriters of the past 20 years, visited NYU for an episode of WORDS & MUSIC, an interview series curated and hosted by Director of Songwriting, Phil Galdston, and NYU Songwriting majors.
Sumie Okazaki, professor of applied psychology and IHDSC faculty affiliate, recently published, “Disaggregating the data: Diversity of COVID-19 stressors, discrimination, and mental health among Asian American communities,” in Frontiers in Public Health.