Janet Njelesani, assistant professor of occupational therapy and IHDSC faculty affiliate, has recently published an article in PLOS One titled “Inclusion of Children with Disabilities in Qualitative Health Research, ” with Vongai Mlambo, Tsendenia Denekew, and Jean Hunleth.
NYU Steinhardt Screen Scoring congratulates Aurélie Webb (MM 2020), Elizabeth Phillipson-Weiner (MM 2021), and Cal Freundlich (MM 2022) who respectively scored the three Student Academy Award winning documentaries of 2022!
Paula Chakravartty, Associate Professor of Media, Culture, and Communication at NYU Steinhardt and Gallatin and IHDSC Faculty Affiliate, recently published, “From Indenture to ‘Good Governance’: eMigrate and the Politics of Reforming Global Labour Supply Chains,” in Antipode with Michelle Buckley and Sahiba Gill.
The Research Alliance for New York City Schools released a new brief highlighting starkly different experiences with neighborhood policing across racial/ethnic groups—and providing evidence that these inequities contribute to well documented gaps in high school graduation rates for NYC’s Black and Latinx students.
Kleege will spend the academic year with the Department of Media, Culture, and Communication and Leonardo and Olga will join the Dance Education Program in the Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions.
With a focus on race, identity, and historical memory, Art + Education faculty Dipti Desai and Jessica Hamlin led a trip for 11 New York City public school teachers to Berlin and Kassel, Germany this summer.
Research Alliance (and Research Alliance-affiliated) work will be presented at the fall SREE conference held on September 21st through September 24th; Executive Director Jim Kemple will serve as the next president of SREE.