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Jim Kemple Closes Out Tenure as Executive Director of Research Alliance for NYC Schools

Kemple has helmed the independent educational research organization since its founding in 2008.
Areas of Study: Education

New Research-Practice-Partnership with the Inspired Community Project

IHDSC is pleased to announce a new research partnership with Dr. Anil Chacko, Department Chair and Associate Professor of Counseling Psychology, and the Inspired Community Project.

IHDSC Summer 2023 Award Announcements

We invite you to join us in celebrating the recent awards received by members of our community. We are thrilled to provide support to these talented and impactful research teams that share our commitment to unraveling inequality and expanding opportunity.

Rehabilitation Sciences Research Featured at Rusk Rehabilitation 75th Anniversary Research Symposium

Core faculty, as well as current and former students representing the PhD program in Rehabilitation Sciences, presented recent research at the NYU Rusk Rehabilitation 75th Anniversary Research Symposium on September 22, 2023.
Areas of Study: Health

ASD Nest Support Team Embarks on the 2023-2024 Academic Year and Salutes 20 Years of the ASD Nest Program

Learn how the ASD Nest program has – and will – support Autistic learners in their communities.

"Inside the Arab Classroom": A New Podcast Series Exploring the Dynamic Landscape of Education in the Arab World

NYU’s Global TIES for Children and afikra are pleased to announce the launch of "Inside the Arab Classroom," a new podcast series that explores education traditions and innovations within Arabic-speaking nations.

Gift from Tristan Argenti (BA ’59, MA ’60) Supports Jazz Studies

The Tristan Argenti Scholarship in Jazz Studies will offer transformational scholarship support to ensure the Jazz Studies program can recruit and retain the most talented students.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Screen Scoring Alum Tanis Chalopin Scores New Inspector Gadget Game

Screen Scoring alum Tanis Chalopin (MM '16) has scored the next installment in the Inspector Gadget franchise, the upcoming video game "Inspector Gadget: MAD Time Party!"

Graduate Art Therapy Program Expands Collaboration with the Rubin Museum

Based on past success, the Graduate Art Therapy program has expanded programming at the Rubin Museum, offering free art therapy sessions for the public.
Areas of Study: Health The Arts

Exhibition and Award Honor Late Professor Gerald Pryor

Pryor passed away in February 2023 at the age of 76 after a courageous battle with cancer.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Hirsch, Anglin and Phillipson-Weiner in the Running for Prestigious Award

Two NYU Screen Scoring alumni Gabriella Hirsh (MM `23) and Madison Anglin (MM `23) were selected for the prestigious opportunity. Previous guests of the workshop include award winning film and concert composer Michael Abels (Nope, Us, Get Out), and many more.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Ariel Marx (MM `15) Receives EMMY Nomination for “A Small Light”

“Marx, whose miniseries A Small Light was among the most acclaimed shows of the year”, adds: “There is more support and encouragement for women to helm these bigger projects. That’s an indication that studios, creatives and executives are more willing to give women these big jobs.” - Variety
Areas of Study: The Arts

Herdís Stefánsdóttir Stands Out at the World Soundtrack Awards

Screen Scoring alumna Herdís Stefánsdóttir (MM `16) has been nominated for the 2023 Discovery of the Year Award at the World Soundtrack Awards! The Discovery of the Year Award winner is voted by the Advisory and Executive board of the World Soundtrack Awards, and showcases up-and-coming talent in the world of film music.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Marcelo Zarvos Scores “The Equalizer 3”

"The Equalizer 3" premiered on September 1st 2023, and has continued to dominate the box office since its release. The film starring Denzel Washington, was scored by adjunct faculty member Marcelo Zarvos who was assisted by alumni Greg Polzak (MM `11), Simon Li (MM `22), and Jackie Andresen (BM `23).
Areas of Study: The Arts

John Kaefer Scores New Netflix Game Series “Netflix Stories: Love is Blind”

Screen Scoring adjunct faculty member John Kaefer recently worked with streaming giant Netflix and interactive game designer Formosa on the upcoming interactive game series, Netflix Stories. Kaefer scored Netflix Stories: Love is Blind, based on the popular series, Love is Blind (which begins its fifth season on September 22nd 2023).
Areas of Study: The Arts

Sadoff, Ferrara and Geluso Serve Expert Testimony in Sam Smith Case

Three Steinhardt faculty served as forensic musicologists on behalf of pop icon Sam Smith and his 2019 hit “Dancing With a Stranger.” The “Motion for Summary Judgement” against Jordan Vincent and his 2015 song of the same name.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Screen Scoring Alum Score 2023 Student Academy Award Winning Documentaries

NYU Screen Scoring congratulates Jude Shih (MM `23) and Mengxue Tan (MM `23) who collaborated on one of the Student Academy Award winning documentaries of 2023. Shih and Tan scored "Duet" directed by NYU Journalism alum Lyuwei Chen.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Howie Singer and Bill Rosenblatt Pen New Book - Key Changes

Key Changes tells a new story about the history of the music business and the ten technological advances that disrupted it over the last century. Each of the technological innovations covered in this book not only disrupted the music business, but also fundamentally altered the industry’s character. And while the technologies themselves have evolved in unique and varied ways over the decades, the changes within the business follow a clear pattern.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Dr. Kathryn Hill Named Research Director

The Research Alliance is excited to announce that Dr. Kathryn Hill has been promoted to Research Director.

Covid Pandemic May Have Changed the Gut Bacteria of Infants, Research Finds

Findings by Assistant Professor of Applied Psychology Natalie H. Brito have implications for physical and mental health at life’s early stages.
Areas of Study: Health