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"Dirty Works" Wins Gold at the Independent Publisher’s Book Awards

The book, written by Media, Culture, and Communication Associate Professor Brett Gary, explores the characters who ran afoul of stiff obscenity laws in the first half of the 20th century.

Research shows how people perceive gender through speech

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.
Areas of Study: Health

2022 Dorothy Height Awardee: Deborah Jewell-Sherman, EdD (BS ’76)

Harvard educator and former public-school administrator awarded a 2022 Dorothy Height Distinguished Alumni Award at this year's Convocation.

When It’s Better for Everyone, It’s Better for Everyone: Occupational Therapy

This is the second in a series of articles highlighting Steinhardt researchers in special education and disability studies who are working to break down barriers and improve equity.

NYU Metro Center ASD Nest Celebrates Autism Acceptance Month

In honor of Autism Acceptance Month, the ASD Nest Support Project led a social media campaign in order to elevate the true experts, autistic individuals.
Areas of Study: Education

Steinhardt Student Wins NYU’s 17th MLK Oratorical Contest

Online graduate student Brenda Bunting, MA ’22 won with her spoken word piece.

NYU Metro Center Provides NASA Internship Experience for Autistic Young Adults

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.
Areas of Study: Education

2022 NYU Steinhardt Showcase Performances

Our Steinhardt Vocal Performance undergraduates and graduates performed on Monday, April 18th.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Meet Julie Tolentino, 2021-2022 Dean's Scholar in Residence

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.

The Fashion Designers Who Worked “Behind the Seams” at the White House

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.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Chandra Xu elected to National Honor Society Phi Beta Kappa

Chandra Xu, a senior majoring in Piano Performance and Journalism, has been elected to membership in the national honor society of Phi Beta Kappa.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Alumni Speak on Careers in Commercial Theatre

The NYU Performing Arts Administration graduate program invited outstanding alumni and their colleagues to share their experiences and career paths in the commercial theatre industry.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Drama Therapy Faculty Britton Williams Consults on “Lost in Yonkers”

Britton Williams collaborated with Hartford Stage, working with the cast of ‘Lost in Yonkers’ to identify how trauma manifests in the lives of the characters in the play.

Prioritizing Education in the Midst of Crisis

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.

Arts + Health @ NYU Accra

On April 28, 2022, Arts & Health @ NYU and NYU Accra presented the first in a series of conversations with faculty and community partners exploring the health benefits of the arts.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Sounds Good to Me

NYU Steinhardt’s Music and Audio Research Laboratory unites cross-disciplinary faculty using sound and music to explore the world.

Study finds SNAP-eligible families less likely to buy fresh foods—and sweets—when grocery shopping online

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.
Areas of Study: Health

"On That Note" by Jazz Pianist Michael Wolff is a Memoir Filled with Music, Pain, and Laughter

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.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Bringing Research to Policy and Practice in Education

The IES-PIRT fellowship program supports education scholars across disciplines to make a real-world impact for students of all kinds.

News from ASD Nest Support Project

In honor of Autism Acceptance Month, the ASD Nest Support Project led a social media campaign in order to elevate the true experts, autistic individuals.