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NYU Metro Center and NYU Steinhardt’s Department of Teaching and Learning host Black Lives Matter at School: Week of Action-Curriculum and Resource Fair

NYU Metro Center and NYU Steinhardt’s Department of Teaching and Learning celebrate art, literature, youth voice, and professional learning amongst educators at Black Lives Matter at School: Week of Action-Curriculum and Resource Fair.

NYU Metro Center’s 2023 Prioritizing Equity Conference: Past, Present, and Future Announces its Initial Conference Workshops

Check out the Interactive, informative, and equity-focused workshops announced for NYU Metro Center’s 2023 Prioritizing Equity Conference taking place June 2nd. Register now.

ASD Nest Support Project at NYU Metro Center Assists with the Expansion of ASD Nest-inspired inclusion classes in Denmark

Scandinavian Educators travel to the U.S. to obtain urgent training from ASD Nest Support Project to expand secondary school options back home in Denmark.

Two NYU Steinhardt Professors Receive MLK Faculty Award

The award recognizes outstanding faculty who exemplify the spirit of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s scholarship, life, and justice work.

This Black History Month, I Am Extra Thankful for Black Teachers

Amidst lawmakers passing legislation to limit discussions of race, and restrictions being instituted on how schools can teach race-related concepts, Dr. Hui-Ling Malone shares her appreciation for both Black History Month and Black Teachers.

The 2023 NYC School Survey is Live

The 2023 New York City School Survey is open until March 31, 2023. Learn about the Research Alliance's work on the Survey.

Generous Gift from Okhee Lee Supports STEM Education with Equity and Justice

Lee’s donation will fund a scholarship and an annual symposium for the field.
Areas of Study: Education

NYU Metro Center’s Voices in Urban Education (VUE) issues A Call for Artists for New Publication Exploring the Resilience of Queer, Trans, and other 2SLGBTQIA+ Communities

NYU Metro Center’s Voices In Urban Education (VUE) is thrilled to announce the call for artists for an upcoming edition of the open-access journal, focusing on the strength and resistance of Queer, Trans, and other 2SLGBTQIA+ adults, youth, and allies.

NYU Jazz Cast Series Features: Author Michael Wolff

The latest interview in The NYU Jazz Cast Series, produced by Dr. Dave Schroeder Music Professor of Jazz Studies, features author and jazz pianist Michael Wolff.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Five Ways Kids' Cards Make for a Very Gendered Valentine's Day

Over 30 years ago, an NYU Steinhardt professor’s research showed how children’s valentines perpetuate binary gender stereotypes. Decades later, not much has changed.
Areas of Study: Media Studies

New Research by Stephanie Cook on Place-based Negative Racial Sentiment and its Impact on the Mental Well-being of Young Sexual Minority Men

In this paper, the research team investigates how the cultural milieu that influences place, institutions, and policies, can be examined through the lived experience of individuals using geo-spacial devices and social media data.

NYU Steinhardt Alumni Win 2023 Grammy Awards

The winners came from more than 30 nominees that stretched across categories and genres, and included songwriters, engineers, and producers.
Areas of Study: The Arts

"An Investment in the Future": 23 Steinway Pianos Arrive at the Paulson Center

The grand pianos, along with more than 70 new Yamaha uprights, elevate Steinhardt's music and performing arts programs.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Nadia Duncan Leads MPAP's Production of PIPPIN

Second year Vocal Performance graduate student Nadia Duncan discusses starring as the leading player in the upcoming production of PIPPIN (Feb 9-13).
Areas of Study: The Arts

Percussion Performance to Commemorate Black History Month

NYU Steinhardt’s Percussion Ensemble will perform Tim Adams’ "8:46” to commemorate Black History Month. The program will also feature the world premiere of Lenny White’s "The Magnificent Seven" and a rare arrangement of Duke Ellington’s "Malletoba Spank."
Areas of Study: The Arts

Susan Dodes Talks About Today's Music Business

Visiting Assistant Professor Susan Dodes is a seasoned music executive in the entertainment business. She shares insight into her career, NYU's Program in Music Business, and the exciting opportunities available within the music industry.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Trumpeter Sophie Manoloff Takes Charge of Her Career

Sophie Manoloff is a Brass Studies alumna (BM ’21) and a professional trumpet player. In the short time since graduating, she has toured with Broadway’s Fiddler on the Roof, appeared in a Harry Styles' video, and performed with her "hero" by chance.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Nancy Rico-Mineros Takes Music Technology by Storm

Nancy Rico-Mineros, third year Music Technology student, discusses her role with NYU’s radio station, serving on the panel of a non-profit founded by Alicia Keys, and more.
Areas of Study: The Arts

NYU Metro Center Partners with the NYC Department of Education to Conduct Two Separate, But Equally Impactful Professional Learning Series

Experts from NYU Metro Center coach NYCDOE educators and school leaders to better implement concepts of critical consciousness and CRSE to improve equity and student outcomes.

Warren Zanes Pens Book Series with Garth Brooks

Warren Zanes, adjunct faculty in Songwriting, announced the release of Garth Brooks latest volume in his Anthology series, Volume 2: The Next Five Years, which follows Volume I: The First Five Years and Volume Three: Live (yes, these were produced out of sequence).
Areas of Study: The Arts