Greetings, Class of 2013

Joe Salvatore, a faculty member in Steinhardt’s program in educational theatre, greeted the class of 2013 and their parents at the New Student Orientation in July.  Here is a transcript of his greetings: On behalf of the faculty, I’d like to extend a very warm welcome to all of you, new students and family members, […]

C. Cybele Raver Receives Griffiths Research Award for Educational Policy Research on Head Start

C. Cybele Raver, a professor in the Department of Applied Psychology, is the recipient of Steinhardt 2009 Griffiths Research Award for “Targeting Children’s Behavior Problems in Preschool Classrooms: A Cluster-Randomized Trial, an article published in The Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (2009), and co-written with Stephanie M. Jones, Christine Li-Grining, Fuhua Zhai, Molly Metzger […]

Steinhardt’s Pless Hall Lounge Enjoys New Found Celebrity

The Steinhardt School’s Pless Hall lounge, at the corner of Washington Place and Washington Square East, was transformed into a movie set this spring.  The lounge is the site of the Communication Cafe in the 2010 summer adventure film, The Sorcerer’s Apprentice.  In Remember Me, a drama slated for release next winter, the Pless Hall […]

Steinhardt Fall (and Summer!) New Student Reading

Triangle, a novel about the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire, is this year’s required reading for all new undergraduate students entering the Steinhardt School. Debra Weinstein interviewed author Katharine Weber about her novel. Novelists often begin with a question they want to puzzle out.   What was the question (or questions) that propelled you as you wrote […]

Biella Coleman Honored with Carras Research Award

Biella Coleman, an assistant professor in the Department of Media, Culture, and Communication, received Steinhardt’s 2009 W. Gabriel Carras Research Award for her article, ‘Code is Speech: Legal Tinkering, Expertise, and Protest among Free and Open Source Software Developers,’ which will appear in the journal, Cultural Anthropology in August 2009. Coleman’s essay examines the channels […]

Doctoral candidate, Myrrh Domingo, awarded National Academy of Education Fellowship

Myrrh M. Domingo, a doctoral candidate in the English education program in Steinhardt’s Department of Teaching and Learning received the 2009 Adolescent Literacy Predoctoral Fellowship from the National Academy of Education. The award is a $25,000 stipend for doctoral research aimed at improving literacy outcomes for middle and secondary students. Domingo’s project, ‘Bridging In-School and […]

School on Saturday? Art education programs offers weekend studio program to public high school students

On Saturday mornings this past spring, Steinhardt’s art education program offered a studio art course for 45 high school students from New York City’s public schools.   The students were paired with master’s students and were offered theme-based contemporary art classes focused on artistic forms of civic engagement. Students studied war, propaganda, pop culture, and the […]