GIS Day @ NYU Information Fair

Wednesday, November 14, 2012, 12pm -3pm
Research Commons | Fifth Floor | Bobst Library

RSVP by registering here: http://bit.ly/GISnyu

Come celebrate GIS Day @ NYU at the first annual GIS Day @ NYU Information Fair!
GIS Day is a worldwide celebration held on the Wednesday of the third week of November each year. (What is GIS? A geographic information system (GIS) is a system designed to capture, store, manipulate, analyze, manage and present all types of geographically referenced data.)
Stop by the GIS Day @ NYU Information Fair and check out the information booths, see lots of maps, meet GIS faculty and professionals, and learn more about GIS tools and spatial data resources here at NYU.

What is GIS? A geographic information system (GIS) is a system designed to capture, store, manipulate, analyze, manage and present all types of geographically referenced data. – ESRI. GIS enables users to integrate various data into one system, overlay map layers, analyze and model spatial data and, finally, visualize the results in maps, reports and charts. GIS can be used to represent any data which has a geographic component and is currently utilized in many fields including urban and regional planning, disaster planning and emergency management, natural resource management, environmental planning, public health, public utility, engineering, weather forecasting, history, archeology, political science, food science, housing, and many more. http://nyu.libguides.com/GIS

GIS Day @ NYU Information Fair:
Info Booths * Faculty Corner * Lots of Maps * Videos * Games and Prizes
Light refreshments will be served.
To register and for more information see: http://bit.ly/GISnyu

Contact: nyugisday-group@nyu.edu

NY Cares Coat Drive for ‘Sandy’ Victims

The NYU Wallerstein Collaborative for Urban Environmental Education is starting an NY Cares Coat Drive location today, with all outerwear donations going to victims of Sandy. Students, staff, and friends are all welcome to donate. We have a box set up currently and will have additional set-ups later this week. The drive will be held through the end of the semester and is set up in our offices at 5-11 University Place, ground floor of Weinstein Hall, right behind Peet’s Coffee.

Grad Students: Breakfast with the Librarians

Grads, as you prepare for the final stretch of the fall semester, join NYU Libraries for a breakfast event where you can talk with librarians about your research project(s) and take care of those lingering to-do list items. We’ll have specialists from across the disciplines who can help get you (re)oriented to our resources, get you started with citation management tools, and help you get the most out of our collections and services. This informal event lasts for two hours, and you can come and go as you like.

DATE: Wednesday, November 28 TIME: 10am to 12 noon PLACE: Bobst Library, 10th floor Grad Student Exchange (northwest corner) To RSVP, go to: https://webapps.library.nyu.edu/classes/#2012-fall-research-breakfast We look forward to seeing you there!

Conversations of Color – Intercultural Relationships on Thursday, November 15th

In celebration of NYU’s International Education Week, please join Steinhardt’s Office of Counseling and Student Services and the Office for International Students & Scholars for an interactive discussion about Intercultural Relationships: Barriers, Benefits, and Pathways to International and U.S. Engagement in Our Community.

Thursday November 15th, 2012 12:30pm-1:45pm
Pless Hall, 3rd Floor Student Lounge
Refreshments will be served

To RSVP, please visit: Conversation of Color RSVP
To learn more about Conversations of Color, visit: http://steinhardt.nyu.edu/studentaffairs/ConvofColor

 

Point Foundation Scholarships

Point Foundation, established in 2001, was initially funded by a grant from Bruce C. Lindstrom & Carl T. Strickland. Point Foundation is what it is today—the premier national LGBTQ non-profit organization designed to nurture the LGBTQ leaders of the next generation – because of the generous support of others. Point Foundation empowers promising LGBTQ students to achieve their full academic and leadership potential – despite the obstacles often put before them – to make a significant impact on society.

Please visit the Point Foundation’s Scholarship page for more information. Part 1 of the application is due by January 14, 2013

Need Help with Your Research Project?

October 29th – Nov 1st, 6:30 – 8:00pm
Academic Resource Center, LL04, (18 Washington Place, Lower Level)

Join the NYU Libraries and the University Learning Center for four nights of free, walk-in services designed to help you research smarter and faster.

Get personalized help on current research projects and term papers, from drafting a research question, to designing intelligent searches, to organizing and creating a bibliography in minutes. Bobst Librarians and ULC Learning Assistants will be on hand to work with you individually and to show you how to streamline your research and utilize the vast resources available to NYU students.

Be sure to come with a current research project and your laptop! No RSVP required – drop in anytime during the walk-in hours, 6:30-8:00pm!

Need library or research help right now? Here are 6 ways to get help.
http://library.nyu.edu/ask/

For free peer tutoring and other academic skills workshops, visit the University Learning Center at www.nyu.edu/ulc

 

Dean’s List – Change in Policy

Beginning with the academic year 2012-2013 2013-2014, the Dean’s List will no longer be compiled at the end of each fall and spring term.

Effective Fall, 2012, the Dean’s List will be computed at the end of each academic year, excluding both January term and summer term. Students whose degrees will be conferred in January will be eligible for the Dean’s List at the end of the fall term. All other students must meet the requirements below in both the fall and spring term to be eligible for the Dean’s List.

The Dean’s List is open to matriculated undergraduate students who achieved a GPA of 3.7 or higher (fall term only for January graduates and both fall and spring terms for all other students) in at least 28 graded units with no grades of IP/IF/I or P (only when the student elected to take the course pass/fail). The GPA is calculated to two decimal places but is not rounded up.

Education Pioneers, Wednesday, Oct 24, 2012 — 12pm to 1pm

Education Pioneers will be hosting an on-campus information session about its fellowship opportunities for graduate students. The Graduate School Fellowship Program is a full-time, paid, ten-week summer program during which talented graduate students (“Fellows”) work with schools, districts, nonprofits, and other education-focused organizations (“Partners”). Fellows leverage their skills and knowledge to complete a mission-critical consulting project. In addition to their full-time consulting work, Fellows convene in regional cohorts for signature program events including: five full-day workshops on key education reform topics, an end of summer retrospective event, and professional networking opportunities designed to expand Fellows’ knowledge and professional networks. Open to graduate students.

Education Pioneers, Wednesday, October 24, 2:00PM to 1:00PM
Wasserman Center, Graduate & Alumni Suite
For more info on all upcoming on-campus information sessions, please visit http://www.nyu.edu/careerdevelopment/students/events/employer_presentations.php