Students Explore Roots of American Violence in New Collaborative Project

This spring students at the Secondary Academy, a UFT charter school in East New York, will explore the roots of American violence through an interdiciplinary program called (Out)Laws & Justice (OL&J). A collaboration between Steinhardt’s program in educational theatre, NYU Partnership Schools, the United Federation of Teachers Teacher Center, and the non-profit organization, OL&J, the […]

Felted Art by Naomi Tarantal, Steinhardt Staff Member, on Display

Naomi Tarantal, an administrative secretary in Steinhardt’s Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions is among 18 artists whose work is featured in ‘Collective,’ a multimedia art exhibit  sponsored by the Union of Clerical, Administration & Technical Staff (UCATS) and NYU. Tarantal is a textile artist who works in the ancient medium of felting, combining wool, silk, […]

Holly West of Higher Education Program Receives Leadership Award

Holly F. West, a doctoral candidate in the Steinhardt School’s Program in Higher and Post Secondary Education, is the recipientof the 2010 K. Patricia Cross Future Leaders Award from the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U). The award recognizes studentswho demonstrate a commitment to helping develop academic and civic responsibility in their communities and […]

Beyond the Kegel: An Interview with Physical Therapy Instructor Barbara Cooper

Barbara Cooper , adjunct clinical instructor in Steinhardt’s Department of Physical Therapy, teaches ‘Integumentary and Other Systems,’ which offers students an insight into the treatment of urinary incontinence in pelvic patients. A graduate of the Steinhardt School (BS ’79), Cooper currently serves as coordinator of women’s health services at Physical Therapy for Women in Trumbull, […]

Pedro Noguera on School Reform in Education Next

Pedro Noguera, Peter L. Agnew Professor of Education, has a lengthy interview in the Winter issue of Education Next, talking about school reform. An architect of the Broader, Bolder Approach to Education (BPA), Noguera argues that for school reform to have meaningful results, schools must begin meeting the social and emotional needs of students living […]

Music Technology Program Opens $6.5 Million State-of-the-Art Teaching Facility

NYU Steinhardt’s program in music technology officially unveiled its new $6.5 million state-of-the-art teaching, recording, and research facility, the culmination of a two-year capital project to update the program’s existing collection of studios at 35 West 4th Street. The facility, a 7,500 square foot multifunctional teaching, recording, and research space, was designed by Gensler and […]