University Settlement Expands Older Adults Services to Max Meltzer Center

Aug 26, 2015 | see full post

University Settlement is pleased to announce the expansion of services for older adults with the addition of the Max Meltzer Senior Center, located on the Lower East Side. Previously operated by the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA), the Meltzer Center will become our fourth site with programming specifically for older adults. continue

Artists-in-Residence in the News

Jul 24, 2015 | see full post

Two of our esteemed artists-in-residence for our Performance Project were recently in the news! LaMont Hamilton and Andr√© Zachery had a preview of their upcoming show Five on the Black Hand Side / DAPLINE! in the Villager. Read the article online, or check out the full text below: continue

Help US restore our arts program for cancer patients at Bellevue!

Jul 14, 2015 | see full post


The Origins of the DAP

Jul 9, 2015 | see full post

"When we see youth, athletes, or even President Obama giving a fist bump or dap, we think of these gestures as mere greetings and are not aware of the origins and historical significance of this language." --- Visual Artist, LaMont Hamilton continue

Beacon Soccer Pitch in the News

Jul 2, 2015 | see full post

A few weeks after opening a mini-soccer pitch at the high school that hosts our Beacon after-school program, local press outlet The Villager shared the scoop! Check out the article online, or read the full text below: continue

Kids 'coming apart at the seams': Mary Adams in the News

Jun 29, 2015 | see full post

Our Managing Director of Mental Health Programs (at both University Settlement and our partner organization The Door), Mary Adams, has only just started her tenure with US - but she's already making waves. Mary was recently interviewed by New York Nonprofit Media about the extensive issue of mentally ill, homeless youth in New York City. Read the full text below, or check it out online! continue

The Business of Affordable Housing: An Op-Ed from CEO Michael Zisser

Jun 29, 2015 | see full post

The urban-planning world has perpetuated a myth that has distorted public policy, reduced ¬≠affordable-housing production and damaged the sustainability of what were once middle-class communities. continue

Kicking Off a New Beacon Soccer Pitch

Jun 11, 2015 | see full post

After three months of work, the new soccer pitch for our Beacon Program (based at East Side Community High School) was opened with great flair and fanfare on June 10, 2015. The pitch represents a culmination of more than six years of work from East Side's Principal Mark Federman and our Director of After-School Programs in Manhattan, Monique Flores. continue

Breaking News: Summer Camp Funding Restored!

May 29, 2015 | see full post

Mere hours after University Settlement's after-school kids, staff and parents rallied at City Hall, Mayor Bill de Blasio and the New York City Council announced that they would restore funding for free middle-school summer camp that had previously been cut from the budget.  continue

What's Fresh in Brooklyn?

May 12, 2015 | see full post

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