Education Week Rankings Find Steinhardt Faculty Members Wield Influence in Educational Reform Debate

Faculty members at NYU Steinhardt are recognized for influencing public debates educational reform in Education Week’s recently released Rick Hess Straight Up (RHSU) Edu-Scholar Presence rankings. Diane Ravitch, Richard Arum, Pedro Noguera are ranked among the top ten scholars who impact the national debate on schooling. Also making the RHSU list are: Marcelo Suárez-Orozco, Jonathan […]

Live from New York: SNL Band Featuring Steinhardt Alumni

Saturday Night Live band members Ron Blake (M.M. ’10), Jared Scharff (BS ’01), and Tuffus Zimbabwe (M.M. ’09) are the subject of a profile in NYU Alumni Connect magazine. The band is “one of the most talented ensembles on television today,’ writes Kristine Jannuzzi, who adds that the musicians create “the energy and momentum that […]

Making the List: Steinhardt Celebrates Its Most Influential Students

The Washington Square News has released its annual list of “The Most Influential Students” and four exceptional Steinhardt students are among fifteen chosen this year. Congratulations to: Chelsea Garbell , a junior majoring in Media, Culture, and Communication, with a minor in Public Health and Policy. Chelsea is president of Bridges, a Muslim-Jewish Interfaith Dialogue […]

Steinhardt’s Visual Culture Costume Studies Program to Present an Exhibition on Contemporary Fashion

NYU Steinhardt’s Visual Culture: Costume Studies graduate program in the Department of Art and Art Professions will present an exhibition of contemporary fashion designs entitled Imprint (NYC): The Evolution of Motifs in Fashion opening January 12. The exhibition will explore the critical history, potent symbolism, and iconic contemporary use of popular motifs in fashion. It […]

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Give a Gift of $18.31; Support Our Students

“At NYU we are constantly talking about change on campus, but as students, we seldom have the opportunity to lend a direct hand in making a difference,” says Barbara Leung, a senior who studies media, culture, and communications, and French. “The 1831 campaign offers us the opportunity to help incoming students. It shows them that […]

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Steinhardt Kicks Off NCAC Partnership to Help Low-Income High School Students Complete Degrees

NYU Steinhardt celebrated the launch of its National College Advising Corps (NCAC) on November 29th at NYU’s Torch Club. The event brought together donors, faculty members, students, and representatives from New York City schools that will benefit from the partnership which places full-time college advisers in underserved high schools. Directed by Alisha Ali, an associate […]