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Digital Interests Lab Funded by Microsoft

Generous award to fund two postdoctoral fellowships on racial equity in technology and data justice.
Areas of Study: Media Studies

Two New Publications by Shamari Reid on Agency and Inclusivity of Black LGBTQ+ Youth in Schools and Lessons from NYC’s Ballroom Culture

Shamari Reid, assistant professor of teaching and learning, has recently published two articles on the agency and inclusivity of Black LGBTQ+ youth in schools and lessons from NYC’s ballroom culture.

New Publication by Janet Njelesani on the Inclusion of Children with Disabilities in Qualitative Health Research

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.

Screen Scoring Alumni Win Student Academy Award Winning Documentaries

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!
Areas of Study: The Arts

New Publication by Paula Chakravartty on the Politics of Reforming Global Labor Supply Chains

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.

New Research Points to Link Between Heavy Policing and Lower Graduation Rates

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.

Brass Studies is Honored to Welcome Trombonist David Langlitz

The NYU Brass Program is honored to have the great David Langlitz lead several NYU Brass Orchestra Rep Classes this Fall 2022 semester.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Georgina Kleege named NYU Steinhardt 2022-2023 Scholar-in-Residence

Kleege will work with NYU Steinhardt’s Department of Media, Culture, and Communication and the NYU Center for Disability Studies to transform arts access.
Areas of Study: Media Studies The Arts

Author Georgina Kleege and Tango Artists Leonardo and Olga Suarez Paz join NYU Steinhardt as 2022-2023 Dean’s Scholars-in-Residence

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.

NYU Steinhardt Welcomes New Faculty

NYU Steinhardt's newest faculty members include educators, scholars, poets, activists, writers, artists, and more.

Leonardo and Olga Suarez Paz named NYU Steinhardt 2022-2023 Scholars-in-Residence

Leonardo and Olga will work with the Dance Education Program in NYU Steinhardt’s Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions to elevate and illustrate the power of the art of Tango.
Areas of Study: The Arts

NYU Steinhardt’s Jim Kemple Seeks to Promote Equity as SREE President

The Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness (SREE) annual conference, “From Reckoning to Racial Justice,” was held in September and focused on equity and inclusiveness in education research.
Areas of Study: Education

Professor Donna Walker-Kuhne Shares Steps Towards Building an Anti-Racist Arts Organization

Walker-Kuhne discusses the relevance and importance of an anti-racism paradigm, as well as equity, diversity, inclusion and access, for arts organizations and cultural institutions.
Areas of Study: The Arts

NYU Art + Ed and Astor Fellows in Germany

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.
Areas of Study: Education The Arts

Professor and Master Mixer Featured in Short Film

Music Technology Professor Alan Silverman is featured in a short film/documentary about his successful scoring and producing career.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Doctoral Student Recognized as an Inaugural Member of Mental Health Advocates of Tomorrow by Hinge

Raquel Rose, PhD student in the NYU Steinhardt Counseling Psychology program, has been awarded a position in the inaugural cohort of Mental Health Advocates of Tomorrow by dating app Hinge.

Research Alliance Work Presented at SREE 2022; Dr. James Kemple Named Incoming President of SREE

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.

Concert Composition Alumnus Wins Prestigious Award

Concert Composition alumnus Rohan Chander wins the 2022 Gaudeamus Award in the Netherlands. He is described as an electronic artist and world builder.
Areas of Study: The Arts

On Comics, Climate, and Promoting New Voices: An Interview with Lara Saguisag, Georgiou Chair of Children's Literature and Literacy

Lara Saguisag, children's book author and scholar, shares her plans for NYU Steinhardt's Constantine Georgiou Children's Library and Resource Center.

Media History Told Through Code

A new video game from media scholar Alexander Galloway links to his research practice of reviving obsolete software.