Picture book biography is among children’s book publishing’s most rapidly growing genres. This event will bring together children’s literature historians and content creators to discuss trends and challenges.
NYU Steinhardt professor Dr. Natalie Brito launched Háblame Bebé, a free educational mobile application developed to coach Spanish-speaking parents on how to support bilingualism in their children and give language nutrition to their infants and toddlers.
Compared to white Americans, African Americans are disproportionately affected by mental illnesses. New York University professor Norissa Williams found one healthcare model which can help change that and increase access and utilization of mental health services by African Americans.
Novel Model Evaluating Art Market Returns Shows Retained-Equity Portfolios Significantly Outperform S&P 500
A Documentary-Style Verbatim Performance Explores Implicit Biases Around Aging
A study published in BMC Public Health by NYU Steinhardt Assistant Professor Janet Njelesani, finds that disabled children in West Africa experience violence from the day they are are born and significantly greater violence than their non-disabled peers.
Tisch professor Jim Anderson won his second Grammy for Best Surround Sound Album. Anderson, who is an internationally recognized recording engineer and producer for acoustic music in the recording, radio, television, and film industries, has 27 Grammy-nominated recordings in his portfolio, 11 of which have gone on to win the big prize.
College-bound women are less likely to enter specific fields because of the gender discrimination they are likely to encounter in those fields, finds a new study published in the American Educational Research Journal by Joseph R. Cimpian.
NYU Steinhardt and Weber Shandwick, form first-of-its-kind partnership to increase technology-engaged, diverse professionals in media and communications, and bridge the academic-professional gap.
Led by NYU Steinhardt professor Hirokazu Yoshikawa, Global TIES for Children will implement an evidence-based research and evaluation program to measure the success of Sesame and IRC’s educational work supporting children and families in the Middle East.