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Helping Refugees Adapt to Climate Change: An Interview with Professor Raul Lejano

Professor Raul Lejano and a team of NYU colleagues are bringing disaster preparedness workshops to Rohingya refugees living at the Bangladeshi/Myanmar border.
Areas of Study: Education

Eustacia Cutler, Temple Grandin's Mom, Brings Her Story to NYU's ASD Nest Parents

Eustacia Cutler, Temple Grandin's mother, talks about how parenting and autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
Areas of Study: Education Health

On Motherhood and Ethnographic Methods: An Interview with Doctoral Candidate, Chandler Patton Miranda

Chandler Patton Miranda is a doctoral candidate in NYU Steinhardt’s educational leadership program. She currently teaches Schooling in Diverse Communities to pre-service teachers at Queens College, City University of New York. Previously, she taught high school science on the southern United States border and in Colombia.
Areas of Study: Education

New Study Finds that 1 in 8 NYC Elementary Students Experience Homelessness Before 5th Grade

NYU Steinhardt's Research Alliance for New York City Schools followed the 81,699 NYC students who began kindergarten in fall 2012 and found that over 12 percent of them experienced homelessness before 5th grade.
Areas of Study: Education

Inquiries Into Teaching and Learning I

Inquiries I explores two themes:Learners and Learning and Teachers and Teaching. Students are introduced to teaching and learning by reconstructing, critiquing and sharing their own educational histories, and by reading and responding to the autobiographiesand memoirs of learners and teachers of diverse backgrounds, needs, and experiences. The course focuses on way to promote and assess learning, support learners' interests, foster effective communication, honor diversity, create democratic learning environments, and enable teachers to fulfill their responsibility to self, others, school and community. By applying relevant professional literature to their micro teaching and their observations in school settings, students examine how the classroom context shapes the acquisition of knowledge, attitudes, and skills.

Laundromats Support Early Literacy, Finds NYU Steinhardt Professor

New research from Professor Susan Neuman finds that laundromats can serve as an important environment for early literacy development. The research was part of a program led by Laundry Literacy Coalition.
Areas of Study: Education

NYU Steinhardt Launches New 24-Month Technology Enhanced EdD in Leadership and Innovation

The challenges facing organizations and communities are increasingly complex, requiring solutions that are not confined to one discipline, sector, or industry. Successful leaders look for inspiration in a variety of areas and across sectors to make needed changes.
Areas of Study: Education

At NYU Steinhardt, High School Students Experience University Life

Jennifer Cheung, a Bronx Science sophomore, dreaded coming home from school. As she turned her key in the lock, she would take a deep breath to steel herself for what lay ahead. More often than not, her younger brother would be at the kitchen table staring out the window unable to focus on his homework.
Areas of Study: Education The Arts

NYU Steinhardt Hosts A Conversation with Richard Carranza, NYC Schools Chancellor

Richard Carranza, chancellor of the New York City Department of Education (DOE), was the guest speaker at NYU Steinhardt’s Leadership Lens Series on October 17th. In a conversation with Lisette Nieves, the chancellor answered questions that ranged from information about the songs on his playlist (“mostly Mariachi”), to what he likes to see in a classroom (“curiosity and inspiration, rather than law and order“).
Areas of Study: Education

Lifting As You Climb: An Interview with Jemar Bather (MS ’18), Applied Statistics

Jemar Bather is a biostatistics doctoral student and a HIV/AIDS Training Grant Fellow at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. After earning a master’s degree from NYU Steinhardt’s Program in Applied Statistics for Social Science Research, he served as a research assistant in the Department of Biostatistics at the NYU College of Global Public Health, where he built statistical models to address health disparities in breast cancer, obesity, health literacy, and patient decision-making.
Areas of Study: Education
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