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Steinhardt Researchers Receive $4.5 Million to Boost Science Instruction and Testing Among English Language Learners in Urban and Rural Areas
Jan 23, 2012
Steinhardt researchers are leading an NSF-funded project titled, “Promoting Science among English Language Learners Scale-Up.” The four-year study will address science standards and assessment for fifth graders looking closely at science curriculum and ways to enhance teachers’ science knowledge, teaching practices, and instructional resources.
The Other Halloween Parade: 21st Annual Greenwich Village Children’s Halloween Parade
Oct 24, 2011
New York University and Manhattan Community Board 2 will host hundreds of children, moms, and dads at the 21st Annual Greenwich Village Children’s Halloween Parade. Led by the Soul Tigers Marching Band, children and families will march around Washington Square Park. Following the parade, the children will be treated to candy, face-painting, rides and live entertainment.
NYU’s Art Therapy Program Commemorates 9/11 with An Exhibition of Works by First Responders and Others
Sep 9, 2011
To commemorate the 10th Anniversary of 9/11/01, New York University’s Art Therapy Program has organized an exhibition of approximately 50 works created by some 20 artists, including first responders and others who were directly affected by the terrorist attacks of that day.
NYU Steinhardt Announces Production of Sweet Smell of Success
Aug 31, 2011
Sweet Smell of Success, presented by NYU Steinhardt’s Program in Vocal Performance, will have performances September 29 - October 3, 2011. The show features book by Tony Award winner John Guare, music by Tony, Oscar, Emmy, Grammy, and Pulitzer Prize winner Marvin Hamlisch, and lyrics by three time Tony Award nominee Craig Carnelia. John Simpkins directs.
NYU Steinhardt School Announces the Appointment of Pianist Eduardus Halim as the Inaugural Sascha Gorodnitzki Faculty Chair in Piano Studies
Aug 22, 2011
Mary Brabeck, dean of the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development at New York University, has announced that pianist Eduardus Halim has been named the inaugural holder of the Sascha Gorodnitzki Faculty Chair in Piano Studies in the School’s Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions beginning fall 2011.
NYU Courant Establishes Risk Economics Lab as Initial Part of Center to Study Socioeconomic, Geopolitical, and Financial Systems
Aug 18, 2011
NYU’s Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences has established the Risk Economics Lab for Decision Metrics, which will apply a range of computational methods to researching geopolitical and socioeconomic issues, such as aging and health trends, immigration, and consumer behavior.
NYU to Host Music & the Moving Image Conference—May 20-22
May 19, 2011
“Tosca in the James Bond Film Quantum of Solace,” “Hanna-Barbera and the Minimalist Aesthetic,” and “Opera in Cinematic Death: Woody Allen’s Match Point” will be among the presentations at the “Music and the Moving Image” conference, hosted by New York University’s Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions, from Friday, May 20 through Sunday, May 22.
NYU Re-Opens Provincetown Playhouse
Dec 11, 2010
New York University opened the doors of the newly renovated Provincetown Playhouse to the Greenwich Village community today, marking the official re-opening of the historic theatre following a two-year, $4.5 million refurbishment which preserved most of the theatre’s original structural walls and maintained the exact volume and footprint of the theatre, which dates to 1918.
The "Other" NYC Halloween Parade: 20th Annual Greenwich Village Children’s Halloween Parade
Oct 21, 2010
New York University and Manhattan Community Board 2 will host hundreds of children, moms, and dads at the 20th Annual Greenwich Village Children’s Halloween Parade. Led by the Lesbian and Gay Big Apple Corps. Marching Band, children and families will march around Washington Square Park. Following the parade, the children will be treated to candy, face-painting, rides and live entertainment, including a special performance by the NYC based children’s music band, Jeremy Plays Guitar.