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Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development

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NYU Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development
Steinhardt
Type Private
Established 1890[1]
Undergraduates 2538
Postgraduates 3346
Location New York City, New York, U.S.
Dean Dominic Brewer[2]
Website steinhardt.nyu.edu

The New York University Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development, founded in 1890, is the first school of pedagogy to be established at an American university. Prior to 2001, it was known as the NYU School of Education.

Located on NYU’s founding campus in Greenwich Village, the Steinhardt School offers bachelor’s, master’s, advanced certificate, and doctoral programs in the fields of applied psychology, art, education, health, media, and music. NYU Steinhardt also offers several degree programs at NYU's Brooklyn campus.[3]

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Transcription

Welcome to NYU! Welcome to the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development. Steinhardt isn't on some closed off campus Steinhardt is part of the neighborhood We're in the heart of the city so that means my background is my classroom. There is really a campus feel here and Washington Square Park kinda feels like a big quad for NYU. We're gonna take you on a tour of some of the spaces around the NYU campus that Steinhardt grad students can enjoy. Here we are in Washington Square Park, we've got NYU Steinhardt buildings all around us it's a beautiful New York City park and people will come all the time to study, to catch up with friends, play frisbee and just generally enjoy the sunshine while it's out. Here we are at Bobst library which is just south of the park it's NYU's flagship of its nine library system designed by renowned architect Philip Johnson it's home to over four million volumes, thousands of electronic resources and to help you navigate all that we've got amazing librarians they've helped me a lot with my own research, it's also a really great place to study the bottom two floors are open 24 hours, the top floors have beautiful views all kinds of great places to study quietly and there's also a tenth floor graduate student exchange where you can work in small groups, talk a little bit as well as get your studying done. Right across the street from Bobst is the Kimmel Center for University Life it's home to all kinds of great student services It's got a Student Resource Center, Office of Off-Campus Housing which gives you access to listerves, roommates, open apartments, brokers It's got computers, printing labs, it's got great places to eat with beautiful views at the park needless to say it's a place we all spend a lot of our time. Here we are at the Skirball Center which is on the 1st floor Kimmel it's a large-scale performance space which hosts both university events as well events from around the world it's also home to Ticket Central which is our on campus box office you can get tickets to Broadway shows, movie premieres, sporting events, concerts -- all at reduced prices .0:02:17.620,0:02:20.980 We're standing outside the Paladium, one of our two gyms here at NYU the other one is Coles, both offer a great opportunity to work out in our weights room, our cardio room, we have a pool. The gyms are free and in addition we have some great classes like spin and yoga for a small fee Just upstairs from Paladium is the Wasserman Center for Career Development it's a great place to work on resumes, interviewing skills, career counseling, and they even offer job fairs. Those are just some of the all university spaces and now we'll show you some of the main NYU Steinhardt buildings. Here we are at NYU's Physical Therapy Department. on 22nd and 2nd just north of the Wasserman Student Center here we have a wonderful opportunity to learn from incredible professors as well as take advantage or our placement in New York's health corridor where we can learn from master clinicians throughout the city. It's like a second family to us and it’s also become a second home. The Barney Building is a six-story Beaux Arts building housing the Art Department's classrooms, studios, and workshops in sculpture, painting, printmaking, metalworking, woodworking, fabrics, ceramics, photography, and a digital fabrication lab. It's sorta this wonderful creative hodge podge. Just south we come to 411 Lafayette Street. The Department of Nutrition, Food Studies, and Public Health is located here on the 5th floor I find myself here on the 5th floor when I want to meet with one of my professors check in with fellow graduate students or attend the conference that we often hold. Steinhardt has a diverse offering of programs and right now we are at 665 Broadway which is home to the Department of Communicative Sciences and Disorders inside there is a state-of-the-art speech and hearing clinic where students can work with clients, both children and adults and there's also a ton of common spaces so you can interact with your fellow students and professors and gives the department a real community feel. Nearby you'll find Kimball Hall which was originally built as a department store today it's the home of two Steinhardt departments Applied Psychology, and Humanities and the Social Sciences in the Professions There's a great lounge on the 1st floor, multiple conference rooms, faculty offices, seminar rooms, and many places for students to meet and gather. Around the corner from Kimball Hall is the Education Building on the main floor is the Frederick Loewe theatre where our department presents concerts from symphonies to jazz to dance recitals all of which are open to the public. The building is largely devoted to the Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions So there's a diverse variety of performance programs. There are also programs in music composition, business, education, technology, and therapy. The building also houses the new state-of-the-art James L. Dolan Recording Studio it is one of the most advanced studios in an academic setting The Education Building is also home to the Department of Nutrition, Food Studies, and Public Health kitchen lab. We're here in Pless Hall which is home to the main Administration offices of Steinhardt. It also contains many faculty offices, student commons, the Black Box Theatre and the departments of Occupational Therapy and Administration, Leadership, and Technology. The East Building is the home of our Department of Teaching and Learning which is on four floors. You'll find faculty offices, student lounges, and high-tech conference rooms There's also the STEME Education and Research Center and the wonderful Georgiou Library and Resource Center for Children and Literature. The Department of Media, Culture, and Communication is on the top two floors and has spectacular spaces for students and faculty to gather, study, and collaborate. Just a few blocks away is the Office of Global Services where international students like myself can go to find information about visa requirements, work requirements, anything relating to being an international student studying in America. Without being in New York City I really don't think that Steinhardt would be as vibrant as it is. There are so many opportunities within this city. So many networking opportunities, so many industries diversity of thought, diversity of people, diversity of action. And I think the ability to navigate within the city and navigate in the school itself and not be able to distinguish the two apart that's the type of environment that our students are looking for. That's the type of environment I was looking for at Steinhardt. Hope you enjoyed the virtual tour. NYU's a great place to go to grad school and you should come check it out yourself if you can.

Contents

History

Founded in 1890 as the School of Pedagogy, the School soon added courses in psychology, counseling, art, and music. In 1910, it established the first US university chair in experimental education. During the 1920s, enrollment increased from 990 to more than 9500 students. The Education Building on Washington Square opened in 1930 and still serves as the School's home today.

The School was named the Steinhardt School of Education in 2001, in recognition of a $10 million donation, the largest it has ever received, from Michael and Judy Steinhardt. In 2007, the school was renamed the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development to reflect the diversity of its academic programs.

Academics

NYU Steinhardt enrolls roughly 5950 students from 67 countries, consisting of approximately 2540 undergraduates, 2820 master’s and advanced certificate students, 390 PhD students, and 140 professional doctorate students. Nearly one-third are people of color and 16% are international students.[1] Its graduate school is NYU’s largest.[4]

In 2013-14, Steinhardt granted 705 undergraduate degrees, 1551 master’s degrees, and 154 doctoral degrees. There are more than 75,000 active Steinhardt alumni.[5]

The school employs 290 full-time faculty in 11 academic departments:

  • Department of Administration, Leadership, and Technology

Master’s, doctoral, and advanced certificate programs are offered in Educational Leadership, Educational Communication and Technology, Higher and Postsecondary Education, and Business and Workplace Education.[6]

  • Department of Applied Psychology

Programs include an undergraduate degree in Applied Psychology; master’s degrees in Counseling and Guidance, Counseling for Mental Health and Wellness, online Master's in Counseling (Counseling@NYU)[7], online Master's in Mental Health Counseling[8], Online Master's in School Counseling[9], and Human Development and Social Intervention; and doctoral degrees in Counseling Psychology, Psychological Development, Online Doctorate in Occupational Therapy[10] and Psychology and Social Intervention.[11]

  • Department of Communicative Sciences and Disorders

With programs for undergraduate, master’s and doctoral studies. The department offers an online master's in speech language pathology.[12][13]

  • Department of Humanities and Social Sciences in the Professions

Academic programs include Sociology of Education, History of Education, Education and Social Policy, International Education, Education and Jewish Studies, Education Studies, and Applied Statistics in Social Science Research.[14]

  • Department of Media, Culture, and Communication

The Department of Media, Culture, and Communication at NYU Steinhardt offers undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral programs.[15]

  • Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions

Established in 1925, Steinhardt’s Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions is home to nearly all of NYU’s music performance degree programs. Nearly 1600 students are enrolled in undergraduate, master’s and doctoral studies in music technology, music business, music composition, film scoring, music performance practices, performing arts therapies, and performing arts education (in music, dance, and drama). Programs integrate performance, research, technology, and practice.[16]

  • Department of Nutrition, Food Studies, and Public Health

Undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral degree programs in Nutrition and Dietetics, Food Studies, and Global Public Health.[17]

  • Department of Occupational Therapy

Degree programs in occupational therapy include an entry-level professional master of science, a post-professional master of arts, a doctor of philosophy, and a doctor of professional studies.[18]

  • Department of Physical Therapy

For practicing physical therapists, the department offers advanced degrees for post-professional education and training. Academic programs include a doctor of physical therapy, a master of arts with a concentration in pathokinesiology, a research in physical therapy PhD, and a clinical residency program in orthopedic physical therapy.[19]

  • Department of Teaching and Learning

Undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral programs are available in areas of study such as childhood, literacy, environmental, science, and bilingual education, with initial and professional certification options.[20]

Research Centers and Institutes

NYU Steinhardt receives research funding exceeding $30 million annually, and its 16 research centers and institutes impact scholarship and policies around the globe.[21]

  • Center for Health, Identity, Behavior, and Prevention Studies (CHIBPS)

A leading HIV, substance abuse, and mental health behavior research center focused on the well-being of all people, including sexual, racial, ethnic, and cultural minorities and other marginalized populations, CHIBPS envisions, develops, and enacts research with and for the communities it studies. It trains the future generation of behavioral and public health researchers and works with community partners to conduct research that resides on the hyphen between theory and practice.[22]

  • Center for the Promotion of Research Involving Innovative Statistical Methodology (PRIISM)

It collaborates on research projects, trains graduate students, directs discussion groups, and leads a Methods and Seminar Series and a biannual Statistics in Society lecture.[23]

  • Center for Research on Culture, Development, and Education (CHREO)

Its faculty, research staff, and graduate students specialize in survey design, data collection, and reporting, using methodological approaches to inform complex educational issues and examine student learning.[24]

  • Child and Family Policy Center

Faculty and researchers affiliated with the Center conduct research, technical assistance, and research dissemination activities.[25]

  • Consortium for Research and Evaluation of Advanced Technology (CREATE)

CREATE engages in research on the design, critique, and evaluation of advanced digital technologies for learning. Projects involve interdisciplinary teams of scholars and developers who bridge basic and applied research, development, and evaluation. CREATE fosters collaboration among scholars within NYU and partnering institutions, nationally and internationally, and provides a range of research opportunities for students at NYU.[26]

  • Institute for Education and Social Policy (IESP)

Founded in 1995 as a partnership between Steinhardt and the NYU Wagner School of Public Service, IESP conducts non-partisan scientific research about US education and related social issues.[27]

  • Institute of Human Development and Social Change (IHDSC)

The largest interdisciplinary research center on NYU’s Washington Square campus, IHDSC supports more than 40 faculty affiliates from the social, behavioral, and health sciences in studying how social forces such as globalization, technology, and immigration affect human development.[28]

  • The Metropolitan Center for Research on Equity and Transformation of Schools (Metro Center)

The Center is directed by Dr. David Kirkland. Its programs serve more than 5,000 classroom staff impacting 125,000 students.[29]

  • The Reading Recovery Program Northeast Regional Site

Reading Recovery is a short-term early literacy intervention designed to accelerate progress and lift achievement levels for the low-performing first-grade students. Students receive 30 minutes of daily, one-on-one instruction from a trained Reading Recovery teacher for 12 to 20 weeks. NYU Steinhardt is the primary teacher leader training site for Reading Recovery in NY and NJ. Since 1999, NYU has served approximately 119,000 children through the program.[30]

  • The Research Alliance for New York City Schools

The Research Alliance conducts rigorous studies on topics that matter to New York City’s public schools. It maintains a unique archive of longitudinal data on city schools and communities and advances educational equity by providing non-partisan evidence about policies and practices that promote student development and academic success.[31]

  • The Steinhardt Institute for Higher Education Policy

The Steinhardt Institute for Higher Education Policy defines and assesses challenges facing colleges and universities.[32]

  • Wallerstein Collaborative for Urban Environmental Education

The Wallerstein Collaborative works with K-12 educators, graduate students, and college faculty. The Collaborative conducts year-round programs for public school teachers to incorporate environmental education opportunities in their classrooms.[33]

Deans

  • Jerome Allen (1890 - 1894)
  • Edward R. Shaw (1890 - 1901)
  • Thomas M. Balliet (1904 - 1921)
  • John W. Withers (1921 - 1939)
  • Enoch George Payne (1939 - 1945)
  • Ernest O. Melby (1945 - 1956)
  • George D. Stoddard (1956 - 1960)
  • Walter A. Anderson (1960 - 1964)
  • Daniel E. Griffiths (1965 - 1983)
  • Robert A. Burnham (1983 - 1989)
  • Ann Marcus (1989 - 2003)
  • Mary Brabeck (2003 - 2014)
  • Dominic Brewer (2014 - )

Notable alumni

Notable faculty

References

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  2. ^ "Dominic J. Brewer". Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development. Retrieved December 22, 2014.
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  7. ^ "Online Masters Degree in Counseling | NYU Steinhardt". Retrieved 2018-07-19.
  8. ^ "Online Master's in Mental Health Counseling". Retrieved 2018-07-19.
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  10. ^ "OT@NYU: Online Doctor of Occupational Therapy Program". Retrieved 2018-07-19.
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