Latest Stories in June
Tisch Alumni Win Tonys for Best Musical and Best Play Revival
Jun 10, 2013
Three alumni of the Tisch School of the Arts were presented with Tony awards last night in the Best Musical and Best Revival of a Play categories. Adam S. Gordon (BFA, ’89) and Ken Davenport (BFA, ’94) were honored for co-producing Kinky Boots, which ultimately earned six Tony Awards, the most of any play this year. Rose Caiola (BFA, ’91) won for Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolff?, which ultimately garnered three Tony Awards.
NYU Steinhardt Says, "Judge for Yourself," Releases Teacher Training Materials for Public Viewing
Jun 10, 2013
In an effort to educate prospective students, future employers of its graduates, and the public, NYU Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development released a wide breadth of materials showcasing the school’s teacher training programs and evaluation methods.
Tisch Photography Exhibit Tells the Story of Syria's War
Jun 7, 2013
An exhibition entitled This is not me: Enduring Syria’s War, by Bridgette Auger, the 2012 Tierney Fellowship award recipient from the Department of Photography & Imaging in the Kanbar Institute of Film and Television at New York University, will go on view June 13 at the Tisch School of the Arts.
NYU’s Fales Library and Special Collections Acquires Bradshaw Smith’s Video Collection
Jun 7, 2013
The Fales Library and Special Collections at New York University announced today that Bradshaw Smith’s video collection of more than 6,100 hours of cabaret and Broadway theater performances has been donated to the library by his estate. Smith, a former cabaret artist, shot close to three decades of New York theatre events from openings and press events to concerts and one-nighters.
Conservatives More Likely than Liberals to Identify Mixed-Race Individuals as Black, NYU Study Finds
Jun 6, 2013
Conservatives are more likely than liberals to identify mixed-race individuals as Black, according to a series of new studies by NYU researchers. Their findings, which appear in the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, suggest that there is a link between political ideology and racial categorization.
Carter Journalism Institute’s 2013 “Reporting Award” Recipients to Focus on Mental Health, Environmental Stresses
Jun 5, 2013
The Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute has named Seth Freed Wessler, an award-winning reporter for Colorlines.com, the recipient of its 2013 Reporting Award and Liza Gross, a freelance journalist and part-time editor at the journal PLOS Biology, this year’s runner-up.