The Distinguished Teaching Award, established in 1987, is presented annually to outstanding full-time faculty members in recognition that, along with research, exceptional teaching, both within and outside the classroom, is among our institutional priorities.
Students, faculty, and alumni are invited to submit nominations. Past recipients of the award may not be renominated. The deadline for nominations is November 15, 2013.
For more information on criteria and how to submit a nomination, visit the University Distinguished Teaching Award site
The Institute for Responsible Citizenship prepares high-achieving African American men to be leaders of great character who make significant contributions to their communities, our country, and the world. Our Intensive two-summer program includes:
- High-level paid internships
- Rigorous academic coursework
- Comprehensive leadership and professional development workshops
- Private briefings with influential leaders
- Housing provided by the Institute
- Service as teachers and mentors in the Institute’s Youth Scholar Academy
Participants join a network of more than 150 talented African American men across the world. Applicants must be college sophomores, demonstrate strong academic performance, exhibit leadership potential, and commit to two summers. All majors are encouraged to apply. Applications for 2014 are open from November 15, 2013 to February 7, 2014. Click here to apply.For more information about the Institute, please contact us at email@example.com or 202-660-6975
Join the Office of Student Affairs for free bagels, coffee, tea, and conversation on Tuesday, October 1st, 9am-10am. We’ll be in Pless Hall, 1st floor. Looking forward to seeing you there!
Let’s Talk International is a semi-structured discussion group and safe space for study abroad returnees, international students, third culture kids, and anybody interested in international/intercultural experiences to explore topics such as identity development, cultural adjustment, cross-cultural relationships, and general navigation of life across cultures.
Our next Let’s Talk International will be held on Tuesday, October 1st from 12pm – 1:30pm.
Lunch will be provided. Space is limited.
Details and RSVP: http://ow.ly/p96bx
Sponsored by the Office of Global Services and the Steinhardt Office of Student Affairs.
The air is getting cooler, classes are in full swing, Washington Square Park is bustling with activity; fall is officially here. Join the Center for Spiritual Life for a variety of events this month to help start the year off right.
If you would like to submit an event for our bi-monthly newsletter, please do so here.
Looking for a list of our classes? Ongoing activities not listed below can be found on the Center for Spirituality’s website. http://www.nyuofmany.org/calendar/
ONGOING EVENT: Faith Zone
Getting Out of Your Own Way – Empowering Yourself to End Procrastination
2013 ISA Fast-a-Thon: Bake Sale Volunteers Needed!
Stories From Judith Sloan’s: Yo Miss! Teaching Inside the Cultural Divide
Catholic Center Freshman Retreat
Discover Your Pure Potentiality: Yoga Mini Retreat
The Silent Center: Mindfulness and Meditation in Four Faith Traditions
What Is Non-Duality?: Perspectives on Mystical Union From Philosophy, Psychology and Neuroscience
Are you Jewish? Want a Free Trip to Israel?
The College of Arts and Science is proud to announce the second annual NYU Bickel & Brewer Global Debate Program which promotes civil discourse among students in preparation for leadership and service.
The Global Debate Program, coordinated by the College is currently accepting applications from students who wish to participate. Teams will be formed this semester and they will start researching the topic:”Resolved: Freedom of the press should not extend to state secrets”
In the spring semester knock-out rounds (in NYC and through video to accommodate students abroad) will reduce the field to a “Sweet 16.” The final rounds take place in April and culminate in an awards ceremony with scholarship prizes (up to $5000) to members of the top teams.
For more information about the Global Debate Program and to participate, visit www.nyu.edu/cas/globaldebate or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
REAL, ENTREPRENEURIAL, ACTIONABLE, LEARNING
The NYU Reynolds Program is pleased to announce the Fall 2013 R.E.A.L Workshop Series: programming designed to support social entrepreneurs and changemakers with practical skills and knowledge bases critical to success in the field. The series is open to the public and to students and changemakers from across the entire NYU and greater NYC communities. Nearly all of these events are free, unless otherwise noted. Sessions are specifically targeted to different groups, including undergraduates, graduates and members of the executive and professional communities. Space is limited and an RSVP is required for each event. Visit http://steinhardt.nyu.edu/studentaffairs/reynoldsreal2013 for more information.
This series digs deep into the NYU Reynolds network of social entrepreneurship and related professionals to feature a diverse collection of leaders who have honed their know-how through practice. Each presenter will share their knowledge and breadth of experience, leaving participants with a tangible skill or lesson learned to apply to their own projects and changemaking trajectories. All you need to bring is an open mind, and light food will be served!
Click here for the Fall 2013 schedule, RSVP links, and target audiences. Learn more about the REAL Workshop Series and read speaker bios. We hope to see you there!
Tuesday, September 17
Pless Hall, 3rd floor Student Lounge
Join Professor Catherine Moore and Jeanne Bannon, Director of Counseling & Student Services on Tuesday, September 17th at 3:30 pm to discuss strategies on how to get organized and prepare for a successful new semester.
All students, researchers and faculty are invited to compete.
Not any old ideas. Disruptive ideas.
$200K Entrepreneurs Challenge
3 Venture Competitions
New Venture; Technology Venture; Social Venture
Be there to kick-off NYU’s annual venture competitions. Come and learn about the competition. The Entrepreneurs Challenge provides fast-paced workshops, grueling boot camps, and intense coaching sessions designed to teach you the step-by- step process to build a business from the ground up and an opportunity to network with other NYU entrepreneurs.
September 25, 2013, Wednesday, 5-7 pm
NYU Stern School of Business- Tisch Hall,
Paulson Auditorium ,40 W. 4th St.
In a business world of non-stop change, there’s only one way to win the game: Transform it entirely. RSVP