In the Arts: Oboist Matt Sullivan Reviewed in the New York Times

An “intriguing” performance-art piece oboist, Matt Sullivan is reviewed in Vivien’s Schweitzer’sNew York Times article, ‘Eight Hours of Songs, and Uncounted Influences.’ Reviewing the Music of Now marathon at Symphony Space in February 21, 2011, Schweitzer writes: The most unusual work I encountered was “Multiple Oneness,” an intriguing performance-art piece by the oboist Matt Sullivan […]

Art Meets Technology in David Darts’ PirateBox

The PirateBox? What is it? The PirateBox is an electronic device that creates mobile, autonomous, wireless hotspots that allow people in the same space to communicate anonymously and share electronic files without connecting to the Internet. It was inspired by the free culture and Pirate Radio movements. What’s behind your invention? I wanted to provide […]

Robert Teranishi Appointed to U.S. Department of Education Equity and Excellence Commission

Robert Teranishi,an associate professor of higher education in Steinhardt’s Department of Administration, Leadership and Technology, has been appointed to the Department of Education’s Equity and Excellence Commission. Teranishi is among 28 education advocates, civil rights leaders, scholars, lawyers, and corporate leaders named to the commission by U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan. The Commission will […]

Halkitis Invited to Serve on U.S. Health and Human Services HIV Advisory Committee

Perry Halkitis, professor and associate dean for research and doctoral studies at NYU Steinhardt, has been invited to serve on the Advisory Committee on HIV and STD Prevention and Treatment for the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). The appointment was conferred by Kathleen Sebelius, U.S. Secretary […]

University Partnerships Allow Students to Explore More Study Abroad Options

In January representatives from NYU Steinhardt and the Institute of Education (IOE), London University, took part in a signing ceremony to formalize their long-standing relationship. The Memorandum of Understanding signals the beginning of Steinhardt’s partnership with the IOE for the exchange of students, graduate-level transfer credit, and research collaborations. Steinhardt’s Department of Teaching and Learning […]

Chera Reid of Higher Education Program Recieves Future Leaders Award

Chera Reid, a doctoral candidate in the Steinhardt School’s Program in Higher and Post Secondary Education, is the recipient of the 2011 K. Patricia Cross Future Leaders Award from the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U). The award recognizes students who demonstrate a commitment to helping develop academic and civic responsibility in their communities […]