NYU Steinhardt Faculty Honored with Prestigious Martin Luther King, Jr. Faculty Award

Steinhardt faculty members, Carol Anne Spreen, Jasmine Ma, Teboho Moja, and David Kirkland, have been awarded NYU’s prestigious Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Faculty Award. The award is presented annually to faculty members at NYU who exemplify King’s spirit through their teaching, public service, leadership, and community-building activities. David Kirkland David E. Kirkland, a recipient of […]

NYU Steinhardt Celebrates 2019 Grammy Award Nominees

NYU Steinhardt congratulations our alumni who received 2019 Grammy awards and nominations.  We will be rooting for them during the 61st Annual Grammy Award telecast on February 10th, 2019. Kudos go to: Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical Emily Lazar (STEINHARDT ’96), Mastering Engineer, Colors Best Alternative Music Album Alex Epton (STEINHARDT ’02), Recording Engineer, American Utopia Emily Lazar (STEINHARDT ’96), Mastering […]

Making the List: NYU Steinhardt Faculty Members Are Among the Most Influential Policy Academics in the U.S.

Steinhardt faculty members are among the most influential education policy academics in the country according to the 2019 Edu-Scholar Public Influence Ratings published by Frederick M. Hess, American Enterprise Institute director of education policy. The rankings list 200 scholars whose ideas move from academic journals into the public discourse; university-based scholars who are doing the most […]

Building a Beloved Community: A Profile of Associate Dean Patricia Carey (PhD ’82)

During a career spanning nearly five decades, Patricia Carey built a community of inclusion and belonging at NYU. It’s a crisp November day, a touch of winter is in the air, and Patricia Carey, Steinhardt’s associate dean for student affairs, is meeting with the Administrators of Color Network at NYU’s Kimmel Center. It’s a standing […]

Helping Teachers Help Parents: Natasha Strassfeld on Service Delivery in Special Education

Natasha Strassfeld is an assistant professor of special education in Steinhardt’s Department of Teaching and Learning. She earned a J.D. degree from the University of Wisconsin School of Law and a doctorate in special education from Pennsylvania State University. Strassfeld’s research examines service delivery to parents and students with disabilities in the special education services […]

What We Are Learning:  Field Trips in Food; Immigrant New York

In Field Trips in Food:  Immigrant New York, students tour and taste the city’s ethnic culture and cuisine. We meet outside Nathan’s Famous on Surf Avenue in Brooklyn.  It’s a crisp October Day, and, in Jennifer Berg’s Field Trips in Food:  Immigrant New York, we are taking an ethnographic and historical walking tour of Coney Island […]

At NYU Steinhardt, Music Finds An Ally in Congressman Jerrold Nadler

In this divisive political season, one thing is clear:  no one is against music.  This was the message that Ranking Member Jerrold Nadler of the House Judiciary Committee brought to NYU Steinhardt at a special meeting for members of The Recording Academy and students of NYU Steinhardt’s Music Business Program. Held in the historic Provincetown Playhouse on […]

What We Are Learning:  The Science of Human Connection

In The Science of Human Connection, students learn how the natural and social sciences tell the story of who we are as human beings and what gets in the way of our humanity.  “Write about a moment when you felt close to a friend,” is the assignment in The Science of Human Connection. Each week, […]

UK Opera Director, Garth Bardsley, Joins NYU Steinhardt’s Vocal Performance Faculty 

English opera director, Garth Bardsley, has been appointed as a visiting associate professor in NYU Steinhardt’s Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions’ Program for Vocal Performance.  In this newly created role, Bardsley will complement and strengthen artistic practice within the opera studies track. An award-winning director from the United Kingdom, Bardsley has a unique interdisciplinary […]