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Research Alliance Contributes to New CTE Research Network Framework

Research Associate Clare Buckley Flack and Research Analyst John Sludden contributed to the Career and Technical Education Network's new Equity Framework for Career and Technical Education Research.

For New 80WSE Director, "New and Newness" Are Not Enough

From the Black roots of techno music to a modern take on allegory, NYU's art gallery is taking a socially-conscious and historic approach that aims to tackle "big questions" about society.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Creating Culturally Responsive and Sustaining Out-of-School Time Programs: Recommendations for Youth Serving Adults

NYU Metro Center collaborates with leading Youth Engagement Programs to host a wide-ranging discussion on how community-based organizations can create culturally responsive and sustaining Out-of-School-Time Programs.

Affirmative Action Event Highlights Role of Researchers in Informing Education Policy

The event, hosted by the NYU Steinhardt Institute for Higher Education Policy, included remarks by Assistant Professor of Education Mike Hoa Nguyen.
Areas of Study: Education

Graduate Student Peter Traver Shares What Led Him to Music Technology

After years of studying composition in the hopes of becoming an opera singer, Peter Traver changed course and found the right fit in Music Technology.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Sam Hollander Visits NYU Songwriting

Sam Hollander, one of the most successful and influential songwriters of the past 20 years, visited NYU for an episode of WORDS & MUSIC, an interview series curated and hosted by Director of Songwriting, Phil Galdston, and NYU Songwriting majors.
Areas of Study: The Arts

NYU Metro Center’s ASD Nest Support Project fosters Pathways for Neurodivergent and Autistic NYC DOE Students to amplify their Voices

The ASD Nest Support Project at NYU Metro Center partners with a non-profit organization to empower children and teens to make their voices heard through collaborative songwriting.

New Publication by Sumie Okazaki on the Diversity of COVID-19 Stressors, Discrimination, and Mental Health among Asian American Communities

Sumie Okazaki, professor of applied psychology and IHDSC faculty affiliate, recently published, “Disaggregating the data: Diversity of COVID-19 stressors, discrimination, and mental health among Asian American communities,” in Frontiers in Public Health.

Department of Communicative Sciences and Disorders Announces Inaugural Carol Hall Majzlin Award Winner

Cyn Perez (’23) has received the 2022 fellowship for Practicum III students.
Areas of Study: Health

Two Faculty Receive Fellowships for Impactful Education Research

Alejandro Ganimian and Kongji Qin were awarded $70,000 from the National Academy of Education and Spencer Foundation.
Areas of Study: Education

Communicative Sciences and Disorders Comes Together Like Never Before

Department moves into new office and research space at 665 Broadway.
Areas of Study: Health

Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy in a Virtual World

This documentary film illustrates how the staff and students of the Nordoff-Robbins Center for Music Therapy adapted their services to provide an essential connection with clients during the Covid-19 lockdown. It was created by NYU alumnae Natalie Rule.

Educational Alliance’s SHARP Impact Study Investigates the Temporarily Expanded Child Tax Credit

The Educational Alliance, a long standing partner of IHDSC, collaborated with the United Neighborhood Houses (UNH) and the National Center for Children in Poverty (NCCP) to launch the Settlement House American Rescue Plan (SHARP) Impact Study.

Partner Spotlight: The Spencer Foundation

From research grants to joint fellowships, Spencer and Steinhardt are connecting for research in the field of education.
Areas of Study: Education

Miller Publishes: How Streaming Has Impacted the Value of Music

The transition over the last decade from purchases of CDs, vinyl albums and downloads to subscription and advertising supported streaming has had an enormous economic impact on the music industry.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Dance Education Celebrates its 90th Anniversary

This year marks the 90th anniversary of the Dance Education program. Celebrations include the 2022 Distinguished Faculty Dance Concert, featuring original dances created by our faculty and performed by students and alumni.
Areas of Study: The Arts

An Entrepreneur Markets a Smarter, Safer World for Women

Net Supatravanij (BS ’16) designed an app to help women experiencing domestic or street violence find safety.

Hirokazu Yoshikawa Named for the National Board for Education Sciences by President Biden

President Biden indicated his intent to appoint Hirokazu Yoshikawa for the National Board for Education Sciences. The duties of the board’s 15 members include advising the Director of the Institute of Education Sciences.

Warren Zanes to Perform as Part of Muldoon's Picnic

Songwriting faculty member Warren Zanes will be performing as part of Muldoon's Picnic at New York City's Irish Arts Center on Nov. 14th.
Areas of Study: The Arts

Bringing the Voices of the Incarcerated into the Limelight

NYU Steinhardt alum creates a groundbreaking prison arts performance with help from the Educational Theatre program's Verbatim Performance Lab and students.
Areas of Study: The Arts