Weber Shandwick and NYU Steinhardt Launch Masters in Residence Program

Weber Shandwick, one of the world’s leading global communications and engagement firms, announced the launch of NYU at Weber Shandwick: Masters in Residence, a first-of-its-kind program for master’s students created in partnership with NYU Steinhardt’s Department of Media, Culture, and Communication. The program is focused on increasing the number of technology-engaged, globally-savvy, diverse, future professionals […]

On View at 80WSE Gallery: The Eye of the Beholder: Decade-Defining Lids, Lashes, & Brows, January 13th – February 2nd, 2018

NYU Steinhardt’s Costume Studies MA Program will present an exhibition of historical and contemporary beauty products entitled The Eye of the Beholder: Decade-Defining Lids, Lashes, & Brows, on view at 80WSE Gallery from January 13 through February 2, 2018.  Exhibition Overview This exhibition surveys the American products, advertisements, and icons that have contributed to cosmetic […]

Seven Grammy Nominations for Steinhardt Faculty and Alumni

Three faculty members – Alan Ferber and Chris Potter (’06) from Steinhardt’s Jazz Studies program, and Warren Zanes from the Songwriting program — and three Steinhardt alumni – Christopher McClenney (’17), Darcy Proper (’90), and Nancy Whang (’00) – earned seven Grammy nominations collectively. Chris Potter was nominated for Best Improvised Jazz Solo (for “Ilimba”) and Best Jazz Instrumental Album for The Dreamer Is the […]

Art Educator Judith Schwartz Reflects on Her Wildly Imaginative and Dazzling Career and a Mosaic Dog Bench

Judith Schwartz, professor of art and art education, began her career at NYU Steinhardt in 1970, and for almost five decades, has offered her students hands-on experiences in media that is informed by history, aesthetics, contemporary practice, and critical theory.  Among her recent honors are an Educator of the Year award from the Renwick Museum, Smithsonian Institution, and […]

The City as Classroom:  Questions for Mary Leou on Environmental Education

Mary Leou, a clinical professor in the Department of Teaching and Learning, is director of Steinhardt’s Wallerstein Collaborative for Urban Environmental Education.  Since its founding in 2000, the program has promoted environmental literacy and sustainability within NYU and the urban community of New York City.  The Collaborative has offered professional development opportunities for more than […]

On Movie Night, Undergraduate Applied Psychology Students Discuss “My Depression”

Elizabeth Swados was an NYU professor whose dark, unconventional musicals earned her respect and acclaim in theatre circles.  Her documentary, “My Depression,” dove deep into the artist’s lifelong struggles with mental health and was the topic of a special movie screening for Department of Applied Psychology students on October 19th. The event was hosted by Amanda Holda, […]

Ed Theatre Play in Washington Square Park, Storytelling Event Commemorate 100 Years of Women’s Suffrage in New York

NYU Steinhardt’s Program in Educational Theatre will stage two events this month to celebrate the women of New York State winning the right to vote a century ago, exploring the historical context through the individuals who fought for the cause. A newly created play entitled Hear Them Roar: The Fight for Women’s Rights investigates the […]

Live from Los Angeles, Steinhardt Alumna Wins Emmy for ‘Saturday Night Live’

Sunday night was a good night for NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” — including one of the show’s producers, Erin Doyle (BS ’07), a graduate of NYU Steinhardt’s Department of Media, Culture, and Communication. Doyle and her colleagues won the Emmy Award for Outstanding Variety Sketch Series for “Saturday Night Live.” Congrats to all on an extraordinary night! #SNL #Emmys […]