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Gale Drukier (BS ’72) Donates Her Childhood Flute to Steinhardt

The Gale Drukier Flute will help talented student musicians thrive at NYU Steinhardt.
Areas of Study: The Arts

NYU Steinhardt Hosts UN SDG2 Event with Advocacy Hub

“Good Food For All: Breaking the Cycle of Food Crises and Accelerating Progress on SDG2” was held in the Fall at Pless Hall and focused on solutions to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal #2.
Areas of Study: Health

Linda Shelton Joins NYC's First-Ever Live Performance Industry Council

The council will develop strategies to drive inclusive growth in the sector, support New York City's creative economy, and ensure the industry recovers beyond pre-COVID-19 pandemic levels.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Student Spotlight: Hazara Leon (MA '24)

A Higher Education and Student Affairs graduate student who "lived her best life abroad" pursues a career in international education.
Areas of Study: Education

NYU Steinhardt’s 80WSE Art Gallery Presents "Seasonal Affective," an Exhibition of Video Art

The legendary filmmakers and video artist Charles Atlas, video synthesis pioneer Stephen Beck, and the collective, Forcefield, are among the artists highlighted in a collaboration between NYU Steinhardt and Electronic Arts Intermix.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Bruce Huang (EdD ’21) Creates Scholarships for Underrepresented Students

Two new scholarships will benefit those in Steinhardt’s EdD in Leadership and Innovation program.
Areas of Study: Education

NYU Libraries Opens Low-Sensory Room for Neurodiverse Students and Others Who Benefit from a Calming Environment

The specially designed study room, first suggested by a graduate student in Steinhardt's Occupational Therapy program, is on the first floor of Bobst Library. Two more rooms will open in the spring.
Areas of Study: Health

Department of Teaching and Learning's Okhee Lee Awarded $3M from National Science Foundation

The research dives into a justice-centered STEM education framework for multilingual learners in middle school.
Areas of Study: Education

Faculty Book Receives Honorable Mention from the American Studies Association

"Legal Spectatorship," by Associate Professor of Media, Culture, and Communication Kelli Moore, challenges our understanding of domestic violence.

Grouping English Learners in Classrooms Yields No Benefit in Reading Development, New Study Finds

Research by Associate Professor of Literacy Education Michael Kieffer casts doubt on the longtime academic practice of segregating students with limited English proficiency.
Areas of Study: Education

Embodying Healing through Art Therapy

NYU Steinhardt’s Art Therapy program blends clinical efficacy with holistic wellness for communities across New York City — and the world.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Sonja Molfenter Awarded $3.77M for Proactive Pharyngeal Swallowing Exercises

Molfenter's study seeks to build muscular reserve in pre-frail older adults to improve health outcomes.
Areas of Study: Health

Back in Person at Terence Cardinal Cooke

CSD MS students gain hands-on experience working with patients who have Huntington’s disease.

PAA Students and Graduates Connect with NYC Arts Community

Students and recent graduates enjoyed connecting with members of the New York City performing arts community to learn how to cultivate professional connections and create their own career paths.
Areas of Study: The Arts

CSD Engages Larger Community with Leading Workshops

Communicative Sciences and Disorders demonstrated leadership in the field this past year by hosting multiple workshops to help current and future speech-language pathologists build valuable skills.

Latest Publications from IHDSC Affiliates: Narrative Media Interventions, Discrimination and Resilience during the COVID-19 Pandemic, and High School Experiences of High Achieving Black Girls

Check out three new publications from IHDSC scholarly affiliates. The publications look at Narrative Media Interventions (Dr. Rezarta Bilali), Discrimination and Resilience during the COVID-19 Pandemic (Dr. Stephanie Cook), and High School Experiences of High Achieving Black Girls (Dr. Lauren Mims).

NYU Steinhardt’s Storytelling Series Returns with a Halloween-Themed Program

“Otherworldly” celebrates the post-pandemic return of the 20-year-old series with stories from three international artists about ghosts, demons, and a papyrus from ancient Egypt.

Songs of Survival: Nordoff-Robbins Partners with The Angel Band Project

NYU Steinhardt's Nordoff-Robbins Center for Music Therapy joined with The Angel Band Project for a performance to advocate for positive societal change for survivors of sexual and intimate-partner violence.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Professor Teboho Moja Delivers Keynote at "Negotiating the Fabric of the African University" Conference

The conference, held at University of Cape Town, welcomed scholars to discuss the response of African universities to the drive towards a global standardization of higher education models.

NYU Metro Center Announces the Formation of Its New Youth Development and College and Career Readiness Unit

How can we ensure that students maintain a strong academic standing and are prepared for the next stages of their lives? NYU Metro Center’s New Youth Development and College and Career Readiness (YDCCR) unit offers a holistic approach to student academic achievement and career development.