A study from researchers at the Acoustic Phonetics and Perception Lab (APPL) at NYU finds that using terminology such as “female” and “male” or “feminine” and “masculine” affects how people perceive gender when listening to a voice.
The ASD Nest Support Project recently partnered with Sonoma St. University to provide professional development aimed at supporting Autistic young adults during their summer internship experience with NASA.
Tolentino is one of NYU Steinhardt’s 2021-2022 Scholars in Residence, a program that welcomes distinguished academics, artists, advocates, and other thought-leaders to our community to share their expertise.
A new digital exhibition—curated by NYU Steinhardt Costume Studies graduate student Maegan Jenkins in collaboration with the White House Historical Association—spotlights eight women designers who inspired a century of White House fashion.
J. Larry Aber, NYU Steinhardt Willner Family Professor of Psychology and Public Policy and Ha Yeon Kim, a senior researcher at Global TIES for Children, discuss how to mitigate the disruptions to children’s education in crisis-affected countries.
Supported by a grant from Healthy Eating Research, the study found that 70% of shoppers were less likely to buy fresh fruits and vegetables, as well as meat and seafood, when shopping online than in person.
Michael Wolff, adjunct professor of Jazz Studies, is an award-winning jazz pianist, composer, and bandleader. Recently, he added another notch to his creative belt with the release of his memoir, On That Note.