David Kirkland Is Awarded NYU’s Distinguished Teaching Medal

David E. Kirkland, an associate professor of English and urban education, is the recipient of NYU’s 2017-2018 Distinguished Teaching Award.  The award is given annual to faculty members who have made a significant contribution to the intellectual life of NYU through their teaching. “David Kirkland is truly a teacher’s teacher.  His dynamic educational expertise helps his […]

A Best School of Education:  U.S. News & World Report Ranks NYU Steinhardt #6 

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The NYU Steinhart School of Culture, Education, and Human Development has been ranked #6 in the 2019 U.S. News & World Report ranking of best graduate schools of education. “This is significant progress in a short period of time and is reflective of the impressive work of our faculty, students, and staff, especially in the growth […]

Steinhardt Alumni Profile: Nasrin Jafari (BA ’17) Returns to NYU with a Cross Sector Education Reform Conference

Last year, Nasrin Jafari (BA ’17) stood on the stage of Radio City Music Hall at Steinhardt’s Baccalaureate Ceremony and delivered a commencement address to her fellow graduates.  This year, she is behind the scenes organizing Frontier 2018, a K-12 education conference designed to leverage the expertise of New York City’s education community to lead […]

Natalie Brito of Applied Psychology Launches Mobile App to Promote Bilingualism in Hispanic Children

Natalie Brito, an assistant professor in Steinhardt’s Department of Applied Psychology, has launched Háblame Bebé, a free educational mobile application for iOS and Android operating systems which provides Spanish-speaking parents with the tools to engage with their infants and toddlers in both English and Spanish – with the goal of developing early bilingual learners and reducing […]

Integrative Care Increases Access to Mental Health Services for African Americans

Compared to white Americans, African Americans are disproportionately affected by mental illnesses. New York University professor Norissa Williams found one healthcare model which can help change that and increase access and utilization of mental health services by African Americans. In our current climate, an integrative care framework is the best approach to providing African Americans […]

How Steinhardt Leaders Are Using Education To Promote Global Peace

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The refugee crisis, terrorism, and political violence. These are just a few of the pressing issues undergraduate students explored in Steinhardt’s new Peace and Conflict Studies (PACS) minor during the Fall semester. To help undergraduate PACS students analyze global conflict and peace-building efforts, faculty recruited three International Education graduate students – Ashley Bertolini (MA ’17), […]

Zachary Klim Receives Award for Emerging Leadership in International Education

Zachary Klim is the recipient of The Association of International Education Administrators’ (AIEA) Harold Josephson Awards for Professional Promise in International Education.  The award was presented at the 2018 AIEA Annual Conference in February in Washington, DC. Klim serves as executive director of global affairs and experiential learning at NYU Steinhardt, and is a doctoral student […]