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From the Archives: “Lift Every Voice and Sing” Author James Weldon Johnson’s NYU Chapter

Our first Black faculty member was also a lawyer, activist, writer, and ambassador.

Amy Whitaker’s Story of NFTs Receives Glowing Review

The Story of NFTs: Artists, Technology, and Democracy, co-authored by NYU associate professor Amy Whitaker, received a favorable review last week in Burlington Contemporary.
Areas of Study: The Arts

IHDSC’s Collective Care Initiative Brings Together Researchers and Scholars to Reflect on Wellness and Build Community Connections

The Institute of Human Development and Social Change (IHDSC) has recently launched a new initiative, Nourish & Restore: IHDSC’s Collective Care Initiative, that aims to bring members of the IHDSC community together to reflect on the experience of our workplace culture and find ways to center wellness and nurturing of our “whole selves.”

Jameel Arts & Health Lab Co-Hosts Caucus before White House Event

The Arts & Health Pre-Summit Caucus on January 29 preceded “Healing, Bridging, Thriving: A Summit on Arts and Culture in our Communities.”

Art Therapy Program Brings Creative Self-Discovery to the Rubin Museum

This fall, Steinhardt’s graduate Art Therapy program offered a free weekly program, Healing Through Art, to visitors at the Rubin Museum.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Taylor Swift's US Eras Tour (Ticket Survey)

(SURVEY) On February 21st, 2024, the NYU Music and Social Change Lab announced the launch of a nationwide survey to help understand the motivations and attitudes of people who bought, sold or attempted to buy tickets to any of Taylor Swift’s concerts during the Eras tour in the US. This comprehensive study is the first of its kind, targeting a wide and diverse demographic to help uncover critical insights into the perceptions and experiences of fans and general public when attempting to attend a concert by Taylor Swift in the US.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Curatorial Practice Class Puts On A Show

Performing for You, For Me, For You showcased artwork by three BFA students that tackled themes of presentation, identity, and self-perception.
Areas of Study: The Arts

USAO Exhibits Oneness and Togetherness in the Barney Building

The Undergraduate Student Art Organization (USAO) opened Oneness and Togetherness on February 8th in The Commons and Rosenberg Gallery at the Barney Building.
Areas of Study: The Arts

How Our Brains' Beta Waves Predict Stuttering

Researchers found brain waves related to stopping body movements can predict stuttering.

Department of Occupational Therapy at NYU Offers Variable Credit Post-Professional OTD

NYU OT is constantly improving our programs to keep our graduates at the forefront of the profession. Learn about changes recently made to the Doctor of Occupational Therapy for Practicing Occupational Therapists Program (OTHS).

NYU Metro Center Welcomes New Subunit Team and Director to Improve Equity and Opportunity for Students with Disabilities

The Metropolitan Center for Research on Equity and the Transformation of Schools embraces TAP for Equity, a new equity focused subunit, and recently named team Director, Briana Santiago Ravdin.

NYU Metro Center Welcomes New Deputy Executive Director of Research and Evaluation

The Metropolitan Center for Research on Equity and the Transformation of Schools proudly introduces its first-ever Deputy Executive Director of Research and Evaluation, Dr. Leigh S. McCallen.

For People with Memory Struggles After Brain Injuries, Researchers Say the Brain’s Processing Speed Is the Main Culprit

In a comparison of processing speed vs. working memory, processing speed deficits had a significant effect.

NYU Metro Center’s 2024 Equity Conference Is Honored To Have Dr. Gholdy Muhammad as Keynote Speaker

NYU Metro Center is proud to announce Curriculum Designer & award winning Author of Cultivating Genius, Dr. Gholdy Muhammad as the Keynote Speaker for the 2024 Equity Now: 70 Years After Brown Vs. Board Conference.

Research Alliance Team Presents in NNERPP Virtual Brown Bag

Research Director Kathryn Hill and Research Alliance affiliate Zitsi Mirakhur will share insights from their new brief on identifying and supporting students experiencing homelessness alongside their co-authors in a special NNERPP Virtual Brown Bag with EdResearch for Action.

2023 Brings Accolades, Grant Funding to 80WSE

80 Washington Square East (80WSE) curator Howie Chen talks recent opportunities and future plans.

Students Gain Hands-on Practice in Human Rights Advocacy in International Education Course

“International Studies in Human Rights Education and Activism” focuses on the role of stories, narrative, and bearing witness in human rights practice.

Power In Our Truths: Girls & Gender-Expansive Young People of Color on the Impact of COVID-19

This report provided fresh insight into the experiences, coping strategies, and disproportionate impact of the pandemic on the lives of girls and gender-expansive young people of color ages 14-30.

New York City Public Schools Chancellor Visits the Path Program

IHDSC’s Path Program partnership reached another milestone on Monday, January 22, 2024, when New York City Public Schools (NYCPS) Chancellor, David C. Banks, made a special visit to observe the NYCPS Specialized Program at I.S. 219 New Venture School.

Power in Our Truths: Girls and Gender-Expansive Young People of Color Speak Truth About How Videos of Police Brutality Detrimentally Affect Their Mental Health

In this report, a team of Women of Color researchers and scholar-activists partner with the Justice + Joy National Collaborative to share the perspectives and experiences of girls and gender-expansive young people of color on the impact of the virality of violent videos.