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Žibuoklė Martinaitytė awarded a 2024 Goddard Lieberson Fellowship

We congratulate Music Composition Artist Faculty Žibuoklė Martinaitytė for receiving a 2024 Goddard Lieberson Fellowship from the American Academy of Arts and Letters for her powerful and inventive compositions.
Areas of Study: The Arts

NYU Metro Center Awarded Inaugural Vision Grant from the Spencer Foundation

NYU Metro Center partners with two fellow NYU-based Institutes and Centers for collaborative research project to address the impact of trauma on educational outcomes for marginalized youth.

The Center for Policy, Research, and Evaluation (PRE) at NYU Metro Center Examines the Design of Equity Focused Summer Learning Programs

How do school districts design high-quality, equity-centered Summer Learning Programs? The Center for Policy, Research, and Evaluation (PRE) analyzes how summer learning programs support young people, particularly those from historically marginalized communities.

Nutrition and Food Studies Research Benefits New York Communities

This is the second in a series of articles highlighting how Nutrition and Food Studies faculty are combining research insights and applied expertise to bring positive change to New York City.

NEH Grant to Study Implications of AI Listening Technologies

With a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities, Media, Culture, and Communication Assistant Professor Edward Kang will convene experts to examine the relationship between machine listening systems and society.

Nutrition and Food Studies Alum Scarlett Lindeman Celebrates 10 Years of Owning Mexico City Restaurant Cicatriz

In this alumni profile, Scarlett Lindeman (MA ’10, Food Studies) shares how her restaurant in Mexico City, Cicatriz, came to be, and recounts how her experiences at NYU shaped her career.

The Female Quotient and Steinhardt Partner for Virtual Event

Female entrepreneurs in the health industry discussed innovations that are bettering the lives of parents and childcare providers.

Nutrition and Food Studies Research Benefits New York Communities

This is the first in a series of articles highlighting how Nutrition and Food Studies faculty are combining research insights and applied expertise to bring positive change to New York City.

MCC Student Helps Lead Violets to NCAA Championship Win

Guard Honor Culpepper (’24 MCC) and the team landed a 51-41 victory against Smith College on March 16, 2024.

NYU's Wayne Shorter Jazz Ensemble performs in WBGO Studios

WBGO continues to celebrate Jazz Appreciation Month by showcasing the talents of the next generation of jazz musicians. Recently, students from NYU's Steinhardt's Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions, along with the longtime Director of Jazz Studies at NYU, Dave Pietro, came to visit and record a performance at WBGO Studios.
Areas of Study: The Arts

NYU Steinhardt Hosts Queens College President, Frank H. Wu

The NYU Steinhardt Institute for Higher Education Policy hosted the event, “Asian Americans in the Ivory Tower.”

Congratulations to OT Recipient of the NYU Africa House Thoyer Fellowship

Join us in congratulating Occupational Therapy PhD student Joana Nana Serwaa Akrofi, the recipient of the NYU Africa House Thoyer Fellowship.

Cool Course: Students Visit UK to Study Arts Policy and Practice

A Steinhardt course comparing the creative sectors in the US and the UK takes advantage of NYU’s London hub to give students hands-on experience in arts administration.

Cincinnati Symphony Invites Julia Wolfe to be Inaugural Festival Director

The Cincinnati Symphony has invited Julia Wolfe to be the inaugural Festival Director of the 2024 May Festival. Concerts will feature the world premiere of Wolfe's All that breathes.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Soprano Harolyn Blackwell Shares her Love for the Stage and Teaching

World famous soprano Harolyn Blackwell has performed with everyone from Aretha Franklin to Luciano Pavarotti. She's sung for four presidents and one pope. For the last seven years she has also been a voice teacher at NYU Steinhardt. She spoke a bit about her career and the four P's.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Vocal Performance Students Score Top Honors at NATS Auditions

We congratulate the NYU Vocal Performance students who competed in the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) Eastern Region Student Auditions held in Philadelphia March 15-17, 2024. All NYU students made it to the semifinal round with a large number of students earning top honors in their divisions during the finals.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Sarah Lyon Wins Eighth Annual Jim Hinojosa Distinguished Alumni Award

Sarah Lyon is being recognized for making significant contributions to the occupational therapy profession.

NYU PAA Kicks Off "Backstage Pass" Series at Alvin Ailey Dance Foundation

The NYU Steinhardt Program in Performing Arts Administration spent time at the Alvin Ailey Dance Foundation, exploring different career paths in the arts by engaging in one-on-one conversations with alumni and staff.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Composition About Climate Change Given New Life

NYU Steinhardt Jazz composer, arranger and pianist Rich Shemaria talks about his work One World Suite, a piece he spent the last six months arranging for symphony orchestra. Along with the Jazz faculty band Combo Nuvo, he plans to take One World Suite on the road this summer and perform in Vienna.
Areas of Study: The Arts

AOTA Inspire 2024 Presentations by the Occupational Therapy Department at NYU

Faculty, students and alumni from the Department of Occupational Therapy at NYU will present at the AOTA Inspire 2024 Annual Conference and Expo.