Ece Yuceland (BS ’20), Media, Culture, and Communication Ece is serving as a summer marketing intern at Beam Impact, an app that allows users to donate part of their everyday purchases to support social issues that matter to them. Through field events, press pitches, app store optimization, and influencer marketing, she is working to spread […]
Meet three Steinhardt graduate students spending their summer gaining hands-on experience in their respective fields. Jaejin Kim (MS in Applied Statistics) Jaejin is interning at the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Division for Public Institutions and Digital Government, which focuses on analyzing and supporting efforts to make institutions inclusive, effective, accountable, and […]
‘Educated: A Memoir’ by Tara Westover is this year’s required reading for all NYU students. Chosen by the university for NYU Reads, the memoir will also be discussed in Steinhardt’s New Student Seminar, a course where students explore their role in the university community.
A Search Past Silence: The Literacy of Young Black Men David Kirkland, associate professor of english and urban education, shares six stories to illustrate “educators’ need to understand the social worlds and complex literacy practices of African American males in order to pay the increasing educational debt we owe all youth and break the school-to-prison […]
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.
For high school students exposed to trauma, finding community is an important part of working through pain. At “The Future of Healing: Engaging Students’ Expressions,” teenagers exposed to gun violence and acts of terrorism, spent a day taking part in art, music, and drama therapy workshops.
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.