Join the Wasserman Center Graduate Student Career Development team at these informative events.
Linkedin Tutorials and Headshot Photo Booth – Wednesday, February 1, 10:00am – 12:00pm, Wasserman Center (133 East 13th Street, 2nd floor)
Career Conversations Webinar: Consulting – Wednesday, February 1, 12:00pm, Webinar
Graduate Professional Series: Leadership – Thursday, February 2, 1:00pm – 2:30pm, Kimmel Center, Suite 210
Biotech, Health & Science Virtual Career Fair – Tuesday, February 7, 5:00pm, Virtual
How can you use scientific study to tackle cross-border, global health challenges? What does it take to implement research across disciplinary, geopolitical and cultural borders to enact meaningful change around the world?
On Thursday, February 9th the NYU Leadership Initiative in collaboration with the NYU Office of Postdoctoral Affairs is proud to host Nobel Laureate Dr. Harold Varmus (’89, Medicine), who will present a talk entitled, “Bringing Cancer Research to the Developing World.” Dr. Varmus has transitioned his distinguished scientific background into leadership roles in global health policy. He is the former director of the National Cancer Institute, the former director of the National Institutes of Health, and a current professor at the Weill Cornell School of Medicine. During the talk, the NYU community will gain insight into how and why Dr. Varmus has used his background in science to guide his policy leadership career. After the talk, there will be time to ask your questions in a special Q&A session.
Registration is limited! RSVP today!
Are you an undergraduate international or multilingual student who would like additional support completing a writing assignment? Or would you like to discuss strategies for success on writing challenges that affect your work in a variety of Humanities classes? Andrea White Rock, NYU’s Assistant Director of Writing Tutorials, is offering drop-in tutoring at the ARC on Mondays and Wednesdays from 9 AM until 12 PM. Andrea will support your efforts on current writing assignments and other writing challenges, as well as refer you to others at NYU who support undergraduate writing across the Humanities curriculum.
Get a taste of a new language and culture without leaving home! Speaking Freely is available to all NYU undergraduate and graduate students and staff. The 75-minute language coaching sessions meet once a week for ten weeks each semester at various locations on campus. Each week, you will learn how to communicate on a different topic, or you might enjoy a related activity – a movie, concert, or neighborhood visit – as part of a small, informal language group. No books are required and there’s no pressure of grades!
Speaking Freely offers sessions in Arabic, Czech, Dutch, French, Greek (Modern), Hebrew, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, Russian, and Spanish. It’s all free and easy. Meet new people and have fun. It’s the perfect way to try out a language and culture before you study or visit.
Speaking Freely sessions emphasize learning practical words and phrases you might use when traveling or studying abroad, as well as vocabulary related to various aspects of art, history, and culture. At least two levels of coaching are offered for most of the languages, and a third level is offered in two of the languages. Level 1 is a basic introduction for those who have no experience in the language. Level 2 is slightly more advanced, and meant for those who have completed Level 1 or those who have basic experience in the language. Level 3 is meant for those who are fairly proficient, and have studied the language for a few years or more in high school or college. All topics covered are based on student interest and conversation is emphasized.
Speaking Freely classes begin the week of February 6th and conclude April 24th.
Register for NYU Speaking Freely at speakingfreely.cas.nyu.edu
CROSSROADS Career Planning Workshop is designed to heighten student awareness to the skills and experiences needed to survive and thrive toward a meaningful professional future by utilizing university resources. During this workshop, we will explore four areas crucial to professional success during and after college: Professional Development, Leadership Development, Academic Assessment and Skills/Interest Re-Evaluation.
This event will be held on Thursday, February 16, 2017 from 12:00-1:30 pm in the Pless Hall 3rd Floor Lounge. Refreshments will be served. Please RSVP here.
Angela M. Ellis Student Support/Opportunity Programs Counselor
Dr. Marni Vassallo Assistant Director, Department of Teaching and Learning, Steinhardt
Paula Lee, Director, Wasserman Center for Career Development
Hello from the NYU Libraries: As another spring semester kicks off, we’re offering a chance to brush up your skills with a series of Graduate Student workshops. These workshops focus on learning how to organize your bibliographies, finding out to how to track down tricky citations, understanding the intricacies of processing and analyzing data, and even simply knowing your way around an American research library. For the complete listing of these sessions, and to sign up: –> Click here!
Get your new term started right. The NYU Libraries will have a week of workshops designed specifically to help you get up to speed, learn new tools, and jumpstart your research. See our blog for more information or sign up now!
Sign up for Action Zone: Bystander Intervention Leadership Training today!
NYU Steinhardt’s Office of Counseling & Student Services is working in partnership with NYU’s Health Promotion Office to offer Action Zone! on Fri. February 10, 2017 10-11:30am in Pless Hall, 3rd Floor Student Lounge. Breakfast will be served.
Action Zone! NYU is a bystander intervention training for risk reduction. Topic areas include, but are not limited to:
- eating disorders
- unhealthy relationships
- substance use
- mental health
- bias language
Studies show that most people want to help, but very few actually do. We explore this phenomenon as well as when to intervene and when not to; safe, early, and effective intervention; and pro-social behavior theory with interactivity and facilitated practice using Augusto Boal’s Forum Theatre model. By participating in the Action Zone! you can be a part of reducing risk and shifting cultural norms at NYU!
This opportunity is open to NYU Steinhardt students, faculty, and staff. Breakfast will be provided.