Hello from the NYU Libraries:
As you prepare for the final stretch of the semester, join us for breakfast, talk with our librarians about your work and take care of those lingering research to-do list items. We’ll have specialists from across the disciplines who can help get you (re)oriented to library resources, answer your questions about citation management tools, and help you get the most out of our collections and services. This event lasts for two hours, and you can come and go as you please.
DATE: Wed, April 3rd, TIME: 10am to noon, PLACE: Bobst, 10th fl Grad Student Exchange
To RSVP, go to http://tinyurl.com/gradbreakfast
We look forward to seeing you there!
The NYU Libraries Graduate Student Working Group
Need to do some basic skills review? The University Learning Center at the ARC offers Workshops on Research, Citations, Scheduling your Time, Proofreading and others. Or do you need something more specific? ULC also offers Drop-in Tutoring Sessions, Group Review sessions and Study Slams. Visit the Academic Resource Center site for more info.
The ARC is also accepting applications for Information Assistants & Learning Assistants to join their team for the Fall 13 term. Click here for more
If you’re not planning to graduate this May, start planning your Fall term schedule later this week when Course Search becomes available. In the meantime, check for any holds in your student center in Albert by clicking on the icon, and take care of them before your registration time. And remember to schedule an appointment with your advisor before Fall registration begins on April 22. This is also a perfect time to review the Principles of Advisement so that you and your advisor can have a productive conversation about your academic plan.
The Coles Science Ctr and the Social Sciences Reference Ctr at Bobst Library Present:
“See your friends close, and enemies closer”
Monday, April 8 @ 5:30pm (please RSVP below)
Do our social identities also shape our perception of the physical world? Can cognitive and motivational aspects of our social group membership shape our perception of physical distance? Or, in other words, do diehard Yankees fans think Fenway Park is actually closer than it really is? This talk will focus on how we keep our enemies psychologically closer by changing our representation of actual distance when they pose a potential threat, be it in Major League Baseball standings, college rivalries, or in a political context.
Jenny Xiao is a PhD candidate in the Social Psychology program at New York University. She is broadly interested in studying processes related to social categorization and social identity. Her current research explores how social psychological constructs such as social identity can alter low level cognitive, perceptual, and evaluative processes.
DATE: Monday, April 8, 2013, TIME: 5:30-7:00pm, PLACE: Bobst, 2nd Fl, AFC East – Refreshments will be served. **RSVP Required** To RSVP, please go to: http://bit.ly/colesSpring13
For more information about Coles Science Center go to: http://nyu.libguides.com/science
The Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development Teaching Excellence Award Committee invites nominations for the Teaching Excellence Award 2012-2013.
DESCRIPTION OF AWARDS: All Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development full-time and adjunct faculty who excel in teaching, mentoring, advising and interrelating with students, colleagues and alumni, who have taught at Steinhardt for a minimum of 5 years, are eligible for the Teaching Excellence Award. Awards of $1,000 each and a certificate will be given to no more than three recipients in each category.
NOMINATION PROCEDURE: In order to nominate a faculty member for this award, please submit, via email, the name of your nominee and a few words (no more than 300) describing why they are deserving of this award. Nominations must be received by the committee no later than March 26, 2013, in order to be considered for the award. The Teaching Excellence Award gives us an opportunity to recognize outstanding teachers who influence our lives
PLEASE SEND NOMINATIONS TO: email@example.com
SELECTION, ELIGIBILITY, AND PROCEDURES: Please click here
Our next Let’s Talk International conversation will focus on how the language(s) we are speaking are tied to our identities, including the influence they may have on our behaviors, our world views, and more.
Lunch will be provided. Space is limited. To attend, please pre-register by filling out this survey. We look forward to seeing you there!
Tuesday, April 2nd from 12pm – 1:30pm in the Office of Global Services conference room (561 LaGuardia Place)
Let’s Talk International, a collaboration of the Office of Global Services and the Steinhardt Office of Student Affairs, 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. While topics and short activities provide a framework, students drive the conversation in directions most relevant to them. Continued attendance is encouraged, though students are not required to attend all sessions.
Questions? Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Everyone, Please check your spring term schedules in Albert – make sure that you are attending all the courses on your schedule and that there aren’t any courses on it you don’t recognize. If you see any problems please contact your advisor asap – midterm grades are on the way so please make sure all your classes are correct.
Bring your questions about teacher certification to next week’s Tea at Three where there will be knowledgeable representatives AND free refreshments. A perfect study break!
Date: Tuesday, March 12th
Time: Come by between 3-4 PM
Location: Pless Hall 1st Floor Lounge, 82 Washington Square East
Sponsored by the Office of Student Affairs.
As you prepare for the final stretch of the semester, join us for a breakfast event where you can talk with our librarians about your project and take care of those lingering research to-do list items. We’ll have specialists from across the disciplines who can help get you (re)oriented to library resources, answer your questions about citation management tools, and help you get the most out of our collections and services.
This semester, we’re holding two breakfasts! Come to one or both. Each one lasts for two hours, and you can come and go as you please. We look forward to seeing you there!
DATES: Wednesday, March 13th and/or April 3rd, TIME: 10am to noon
PLACE: Bobst Library, 10th floor Grad Student Exchange (northwest corner)
To RSVP, go to http://tinyurl.com/gradbreakfast
For more info: http://nyu.libguides.com/grads