Mary Brabeck to Step Down as Dean of Steinhardt; Will Serve as Professor of Applied Psychology

The following is an announcement from NYU President John Sexton to the Steinhardt community: Mary Brabeck — who so ably and energetically served as the Gale and Ira Drukier Dean of the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development since 2003– will step down as dean in May 2014, after having served 10 years […]

Steinhardt’s Theatre Season Opens with a Celebration of the Late Marvin Hamlisch and the Sweet Smell of Success

NYU Steinhardt opened its 2013-14 performance season with Sweet Smell of Success presented by NYU Steinhardt’s Program in Vocal Performance.  The play featured music by Tony, Oscar, Emmy, Grammy, and Pulitzer Prize-winner Marvin Hamlisch, lyrics by three-time Tony Award nominee Craig Carnelia, and book by Tony Award winner John Guare. The performance on Thursday Sept. […]

Steinhardt to Send Local Teachers to Shanghai Through Brooke Astor International Travel Fellowship

The NYU Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development today announced the establishment of the Astor International Travel Fellowship, a cultural immersion and education program created for New York City school teachers, thanks to a two million dollar gift from renowned New Yorker and legendary philanthropist, Brooke Astor. From 1996-2003, Astor supported the Astor […]

New Steinhardt Students Paint the Town on Annual Day of Service

Steinhardt students took to the streets on August 30th for a day of public service. Commuter, residential, and international undergraduate students joined the Office of Student Affairs and the New York City agency, Partnership for Parks, for a three-hour expedition aimed at beautifying the city. The group of 60 students painted 120 benches, 100 yards […]

Latest Findings from Steinhardt’s Vadiveloo Question Link Between Dietary Variety and Body Weight

Every five years, the Dietary Guidelines for Americans are jointly issued and updated by the Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). They exist to help Americans make informed food choices, maintain a healthy weight, and promote overall health.  Recent dietary guidelines have focused less on encouraging dietary variety […]

At NYU Steinhardt Connection, Potential Students Get More Than a College Tour

In August, potential students and their families visited Washington Square for NYU Steinhardt Connection. The event was an opportunity for high school juniors, seniors, and transfer students to learn about Steinhardt’s undergraduate programs from faculty and staff. In buildings throughout the NYU campus, high school students met with advisors representing programs in applied psychology, communicative […]

NYU Steinhardt and Indiana University Team Up to Explore “Lifewide Learning” Phenomenon of New York City Children

Children today are learning in-school and out-of-school, online and offline, 24 hours a day, and seven days a week. They are “lifewide” learners.  Indiana University (IU) and New York University’s Steinhardt School have announced a $350,000 grant from the Hive Digital Media Learning Fund in The New York Community Trust to study this socio-educational phenomenon. […]

Using the Stories and Language of Home, Researchers Create Curriculum Designed to Boost Literacy in Low Income Latino Children

Gigliana Melzi and Adina Schick of Steinhardt’s Department of Applied Psychology have been awarded a $191,00 grant from the Brady Foundation.  The grant supports a study titled, “Oral Stories in the Classroom: Encouraging Preschool Teachers’ Use of Cultural Funds of Knowledge.” Working in partnership with a bilingual Head Start Center in New York City, Melzi, an […]