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Research Alliance Contributes to New Article on Persisting Students

Research Alliance Affiliate Zitsi Mirakhur and Senior Research Associate Kathryn Hill co-authored a new article in the journal Children & Schools that draws on our work on persisting students in NYC.

NYU Global TIES for Children Finds Substantial Impact from Groundbreaking Ahlan Simsim Initiative Combining Educational Media and Early Childhood Services

New research from NYU Global TIES for Children finds substantial impact on children’s language, numeracy, and social-emotional development from Ahlan Simsim programs.

Trust, Strong Family Ties, and Effective Leadership in Pre-K Can Mitigate Inequality for Black, Latine Children

Researchers say positive school climate plays key factor in reducing disparities in pre-K quality.

#NYUSteinhardt23 Student Spotlight: 2022-2023 Graduation Student Speakers

NYU Steinhardt's graduation student speakers, representing bachelor's, master's, and doctoral graduates from across the School, share their reflections on their time at NYU Steinhardt.

Areas of Study: Education Health

Dance Education Turns 90

Celebrating its 90th anniversary last fall, NYU Steinhardt’s Dance Education program has been revolutionary since its inception.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Performing Arts Administration Study Abroad 2023 - London, UK

During spring break this year, students in the Performing Arts Administration, Visual Arts Administration, Media Culture and Communication, and Arts Education programs traveled to London to participate in the Creative and Cultural Industries in the US and UK course.

Media, Culture, and Communication Student Awardees

We congratulate recipients of this year's school and departmental graduation awards for their academic and leadership accomplishments.

2023 Take Your Children to Work Day

The event, organized by NYU Steinhardt's Office of Human Resources, included a tour of an urban farm, an arts and crafts session, and a dance class.

#NYUSteinhardt23 Student Spotlight: 2022-2023 Graduates

Applied Psychology student Matenyeh Kaba and Music and Performing Arts Professions student Dylan Licastro share their favorite Steinhardt memories and their plans for the future.
Areas of Study: Health The Arts

How the Computer Became Personal

Media historian Laine Nooney documents the rise of the personal computer in the new book, The Apple II Age.

2023 Baccalaureate Ceremony Dorothy Height Awardee: Haley Mellin (PhD ’12)

Haley Mellin is an artist, conservationist, and Dorothy Height Distinguished Alumni Award winner.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Crowdsourcing Can Help Researchers Assess Efficacy of Parkinson’s Treatment, Research Finds

While testing a voice treatment for people with Parkinson’s, researchers found crowdsourcing a reliable method of evaluation.
Areas of Study: Health

Research Alliance Presents at AERA 2023 Virtual Symposium

On May 4th, Deputy Director Cheri Fancsali will serve as Chair of the AERA virtual symposium, The Multiple Dimensions of Equity: Exploring a Computer Science for All Initiative Through Different Lenses, alongside June Mark from the Education Development Center.

NYU Metro Center Commemorates Its 45 Year History with Prioritizing Equity Conference and Opening Reception

NYU Metro Center’s year-long celebration of its 45th anniversary continues with the 2023 Prioritizing Equity Conference and Opening Reception

2023 Valedictory Ceremony Dorothy Height Awardee: Tania León (BS ’71, MM ’75)

Tania León is an internationally renowned composer/conductor and Dorothy Height Distinguished Alumni Award winner.

The Oppressive Impact of White Sight

In his new book, Media, Culture, and Communication Professor Nicholas Mirzoeff explains how visual culture has upheld white supremacy – through art, monuments, and surveillance – and offers ways to dismantle it.

From the Grammys to the Emmys: A Talk with David “Swagg R’Celious” Harris

David “Swagg R’Celious” Harris discusses his Emmy win for his work with H.E.R. on We The People (produced by Barack and Michelle Obama) on Netflix.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Recognizing the Impact of Student Voice Featured in VUE Volume 51 Issue 1

The latest edition of NYU Metro Center's Voices in Urban Education prominently features the student voice in a number of poignant ways, including both as author and artist.

2023 Doctoral Convocation Dorothy Height Awardee: Carmen Guillén Fariña (BS ’65)

Carmen Fariña is the former chancellor of the New York City Department of Education and Dorothy Height Distinguished Alumni Award winner.
Areas of Study: Education

NY Marathon Inspires Dance Theme

On Your Mark, a dance choreographed by first year Dance Education student Sky Morgan, was inspired by the NY Marathon. The piece will be one of 14 performed in the Master’s Dance Concert on April 21 and 22 at the Frederick Leowe Theatre.
Areas of Study: The Arts