Latest Stories in August
Despite Warning Labels, Trump’s Election Misinformation Tweets Spread Widely Across Social Media Platforms, New Study Finds
Aug 24, 2021
Messages with warning labels spread further and longer on Twitter than did those without labels before and after the 2020 presidential campaign, a new study finds.
What Does 9/11 Mean to New York City Today? A BIPOC Team of Theater Artists and Therapists Examine Underrepresented Legacies of Trauma, August 27-29
Aug 16, 2021
"Behind Blue Sky", a film devised through NYU Steinhardt’s Drama Therapy program, weaves personal and fictionalized narratives to spotlight the relationship between 9/11 and past and present struggles for racial and social justice.
Women, Early-Career Academics More Likely to Feel like “Impostors” in Disciplines that Prize Brilliance
Aug 4, 2021
The more an academic discipline is perceived to require raw talent or “brilliance” for success, the more both women and early-career academics feel professionally inadequate finds a new study.