Gay Liberation, a sculpture created by George Segal (BA ’49), was considered radical in its day. Today it stands as a moving commemoration of the Stonewall Riots which gave rise to the modern gay right’s movement.
Victoria Stein Feltman (MS ’10) and Natalya Murakhver (MA ’07), founders of Apple to Zucchini (and everything green in between) answer questions about their healthy and simple food philosophy.
Dogon Nshimiyimana started his education in a makeshift classroom under the trees in the Gihembe Refugee Camp. He graduated from NYU with a master’s degree in international education.
Jocelyn Testa (BS ’18), Childhood Education/Childhood Special Education) “Take a deep breath and be patient – things are very different after college, so look around, enjoy the change, appreciate little moments, and be sure to say thank you to everyone who helped you along the way.” Mimi Bergman (DPT ’17, Physical Therapy) “Approach every opportunity […]
In 1969, Norma Tarrow (PhD ’69) missed her doctoral hooding ceremony. Fifty years later, she is attending the School’s doctoral ceremony to commemorate the degree that changed her life.
The School kicks off the 2019 graduation season with three special ceremonies honoring its 2,427 graduates. Musician Rubén Blades, entrepreneur, Di-Ann Eisner, and artist-philanthropist, Susan A. Unterberg, will receive the Dorothy Height Medal.
The power of digital imagine activism was one of the research projects undertaken by a Media, Culture, and Communications MA candidate at Weber Shandwick, a global public relations agency.
Baccalaureate speaker, Khirad Siddiqui, is a graduating senior in the Department of Applied Psychology. She has served as a juvenile justice advocate, a position that sparked the topic of her honors thesis.
Ambar Gomez and Katherine Lizardo, classmates in Steinhardt’s Counseling@NYU program, travelled to Ghana in March for Global Perspectives in Higher Education, an immersive education program which offers students an in-depth case study of the country’s higher education system.
Kate Sekules is a degree candidate in the MA in Costume Studies program. Her research interests are vernacular clothing, the dress of the poor, and uncovering the untold history of mending. She is currently writing a book about visible mending and the future of fashion, to be published by Penguin in fall 2020. We spoke to her […]