The First Year Dialogue Program at NYU Shanghai Eases the College Transition
Through peer-led conversations, first-year students tackle critical topics and gain the skills to thrive as they transition to college life.
Live in Nashville: It’s Production and A&R in the Music Industry!
The January Term course Nashville: Production and A&R in the Music Industry provides three weeks of hands-on studio experience recording, producing, and editing songs.
Classes that Work for You: NYU Abu Dhabi Pre-Professional Courses
NYU Abu Dhabi pre-professional courses incorporate community engagement and experiential learning. They can be your introduction to a world of career possibilities.
Zane Fadul ’21 Champions Computer Science for Everyone
NYU Shanghai alumnus Zane Fadul came to NYU to learn game design. There, he discovered a passion for empowering others to learn computer science.
Ready, Set, Summer: Steinhardt’s High School Music Production Programs Strike a Chord
NYU SIMPT (Summer Institute of Music Production Technology) and SEMI (Summer Electronic Music Institute) programs teach aspiring high school musicians to create, record, and perform like pros.
From NYU Shanghai to State House: Jackson’s Journey
In one short year, Jackson Sayama went from Chinese Global Studies major to the youngest member of the Hawaii House of Representatives.
With the Cool Food Pledge, NYU Takes a (Plant-Based) Bite Out of Climate Change
By taking the Cool Food Pledge, NYU commits to reducing food-related greenhouse gas emissions by 25% by 2030, making plant-powered progress against climate change.
NYU’s GPH/CSD Major Promotes Better Communication and a Healthier World
Future linguists, doctors, educators, and performers all find their place in NYU Steinhardt’s new Global Public Health (GPH)/Communicative Sciences and Disorders (CSD) major, where they learn to make an impact by studying global health issues and speech and voice disorders.
A Tisch Musical Theatre Student Supports the Arts Through Song
Despite COVID-19, Tisch musical theatre student J.R. Heckman has kept singing, planning and performing in a virtual benefit concert for arts education.