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Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy in a Virtual World

This documentary film illustrates how the staff and students of the Nordoff-Robbins Center for Music Therapy adapted their services to provide an essential connection with clients during the Covid-19 lockdown. It was created by NYU alumnae Natalie Rule.

Educational Alliance’s SHARP Impact Study Investigates the Temporarily Expanded Child Tax Credit

The Educational Alliance, a long standing partner of IHDSC, collaborated with the United Neighborhood Houses (UNH) and the National Center for Children in Poverty (NCCP) to launch the Settlement House American Rescue Plan (SHARP) Impact Study.

Partner Spotlight: The Spencer Foundation

From research grants to joint fellowships, Spencer and Steinhardt are connecting for research in the field of education.
Areas of Study: Education

Miller Publishes: How Streaming Has Impacted the Value of Music

The transition over the last decade from purchases of CDs, vinyl albums and downloads to subscription and advertising supported streaming has had an enormous economic impact on the music industry.
Areas of Study: The Arts

An Entrepreneur Markets a Smarter, Safer World for Women

Net Supatravanij (BS ’16) designed an app to help women experiencing domestic or street violence find safety.

Dance Education Celebrates its 90th Anniversary

This year marks the 90th anniversary of the Dance Education program. Celebrations include the 2022 Distinguished Faculty Dance Concert, featuring original dances created by our faculty and performed by students and alumni.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Hirokazu Yoshikawa Named for the National Board for Education Sciences by President Biden

President Biden indicated his intent to appoint Hirokazu Yoshikawa for the National Board for Education Sciences. The duties of the board’s 15 members include advising the Director of the Institute of Education Sciences.

Emerita Professor of Nutrition and Food Studies Marion Nestle Publishes Memoir

“Slow Cooked: An Unexpected Life in Food Politics” chronicles Nestle’s late-in-life career as a food studies pioneer and food politics expert and advocate.
Areas of Study: Health

Warren Zanes to Perform as Part of Muldoon's Picnic

Songwriting faculty member Warren Zanes will be performing as part of Muldoon's Picnic at New York City's Irish Arts Center on Nov. 14th.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Bringing the Voices of the Incarcerated into the Limelight

NYU Steinhardt alum creates a groundbreaking prison arts performance with help from the Educational Theatre program's Verbatim Performance Lab and students.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Award-Winning Performer Allison Russell Visits Songwriting Students

Award-winning songwriter/performer Allison Russell visited NYU Songwriting, speaking with students during a class of Songwriters Forum.
Areas of Study: The Arts

NYU Metro Center Brings Diverse Stakeholders Together to Publish Our Latest Issue of Voices in Urban Education

NYU Metro Center publishes an open-access journal, Voices in Urban Education (VUE). Volume 50 Issue II, entitled Culturally Responsive and Sustaining Education (Part II): Toward Agency, Abolition, and Freedom.

NYU Metro Center Welcomes New Senior Equity Associate

NYU Metro Center is pleased to announce Dr. Andolyn Brown as the new Senior Equity Associate

Drama Therapy Alumnus Honored by NY State Office of Mental Health

During Latinx Heritage Month, the OMH profiled Latinx mental health professionals who have made significant contributions to the field and to their communities. Among them, Carlos Rodriguez was acknowledged for his dedication.
Areas of Study: The Arts

NY Times Features Doctoral Student Nicole Johnson’s Goal for DEI

As a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Director on Broadway, Nicole Johnson seeks to strengthen a company's capacity to maintain systems and initiatives that will further inclusion and equity on and off stage.
Areas of Study: The Arts

To Form a More Perverted Union

Associate Professor Brett Gary details the successes of attorney Morris Ernst against obscenity laws from the 1920s-1950s in his 2021 book, Dirty Works: Obscenity on Trial in America’s First Sexual Revolution.
Areas of Study: Media Studies

New Research Brief by Global TIES for Children's Play to Learn Team

Global TIES researchers show that through analyses of instruments measuring caregivers' perceptions of refugee camp environment, caregiver mental health, and children's social-emotional development, there are reasons for optimism in using these particular scales with the Rohingya community in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh.

Moniz Presents at The Voice Foundation’s 51st Annual Symposium

Presentation included assessing the impact of Vocal Pedagogy outreach activities on geographically, culturally, and economically disadvantaged communities.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Studio Art Professor Linda Sormin Shares New and Upcoming Work

With a focus on clay, the work of Studio Art Associate Professor Linda Sormin explores fragility, upheaval, migration, survival, and change through sculpture and site-responsive installations.
Areas of Study: The Arts

50 Years of Media Studies at NYU Steinhardt

The Department of Media, Culture, and Communication celebrates 50 years since Neil Postman founded the Media Ecology program.