NYU Steinhardt's one-of-a-kind integration of education, communication, health, and the arts puts us at the heart of a movement: education for social change.
Our mission is to advance knowledge, creativity, and innovation at the crossroads of culture, education, and human development.
"Steinhardt was founded in 1890 in the heart of the Progressive Era in the United States, a time marked by Jim Crow laws and repression, but also major governance and economic reforms.
Over the past 130 years, Steinhardt faculty, students, alumni, and leaders have demonstrated a dedication not only to academic excellence but to societal impact.
I believe we are uniquely positioned here at Steinhardt to drive these impacts. With our many interdisciplinary programs, we will provide innovative solutions in the transformation that will occur as we eventually emerge into a post-COVID world – solutions across education especially, but also in media, health care, therapy, psychology, applied statistics, and the arts and humanities.
I am honored to lead a school with such tremendous capacity for a holistic and integrated approach to human development. Please join us as we pursue our mission to advance the health and well-being of people and communities in New York City and around the world."
- Jack H. Knott, Dean
Gale and Ira Drukier Chair
NYU Metro Center Wins $1 million Spencer Foundation Grant to Study the Benefits of Parent Organizing for Children
PAA Alumna Combines Arts Administration Skills and Artistic Talent to Bring Indian Arts and Culture to a Broader Audience
Ironically, the pandemic made Performing Arts Administration (PAA) alumna Mitali Sonar’s dream come true faster than expected.
An issue of the research journal, Future of Children, illustrates how research practice partnerships improve early childhood education outcomes.
Faculty Thought Leadership
Susan Murray, a professor in the Department of Media, Culture, and Communication, has been awarded a 2021 Guggenheim Fellowship, the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation has announced.
Hirokazu Yoshikawa, Joshua Aronson, and Stella Flores are among the most influential policy academics in the country according to the 2021 RHSU Edu-Scholar Public Influence rankings.
Dr. Kristie Patten is being recognized with the American Occupational Therapy Association’s prestigious Eleanor Clarke Slagle Lectureship Award for her critical work in “Strength-Based and Client-Directed Occupational Therapy Practice.”
The Oxford Internet Institute at Oxford University celebrated Media, Culture, and Communication Professor Charlton McIlwain's many contributions to the field of race and media.
This fellowship—which is retained for life—is one of the highest honors bestowed by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
Department of Art and Art Professions professors Ikuko Acosta and Marygrace Berberian received the American Art Therapy Association’s Rawley Silver Research Award for research assessing the rehabilitative potential of art therapy for Parkinson’s disease patients.
Bringing Meditation into the Classroom
NYU Steinhardt doctoral student and author Bill Meyer makes meditation an important part of a student's life.