Dean Announces Fall 2009 Promotion and Tenure Decisions

Steinhardt Dean Mary Brabeck has announced fall 2009 promotion and tenure decisions. “These are faculty members who excel in research and teaching and contribute in important ways to their professions, the NYU and Steinhardt communities, as well as our local and global society,” Brabeck said. Awarded Tenure      Susan A. Kirch (Department of Teaching and […]

Cellist Duo-Lin Peng Searches for the Origin of Wrist Pain with Hand Specialist Jane Bear-Lehman

  Duo-Lin Peng, a doctoral candidate in the Department of Music and Music Professions, is an award-winning musician, who plays the cello and French horn. He began his musical training at the age of five at the KuanJen School for the Musically Talented in Taiwan. During his college years Peng developed wrist pain, and like […]

First Annual Disabilities Summit Held at NYU

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg gave opening remarks at the First Annual Disabilities Summit held at NYU’s Kimmel Center this past summer. The event brought together key decision makers in New York City government and policy, as well as representatives from organizations serving people with disabilities to establish a citywide policy agenda to address […]

An Award for Doucet’s Article on African American Children’s Schooling

Fabienne Doucet, assistant professor of education in Steinhardt’s Department of Teaching and Learning, has received The Taylor and Francis Annual Award for Distinguished Journal of Early Childhood Teacher Education (JECTE) Article of the Year Award. Her article, ‘How African American Parents Understand Their and Teachers’ Roles in Children’s Schooling and What This Means for Preparing […]