Please join us for Conversations of Color: International Education Week on Thursday, November 17th, 12:30-1:45 pm in the Pless Hall 3rd floor lounge, 82 Washington Square East. Conversations of Color welcomes any and all students, faculty and administrators to meet and talk about issues of diversity related to culture and identity. This month’s topic will be International Education: "Sushi Meets Samba: The Formation of a Transnational Japanese Brazilian Identity" .
RSVP to http://www.surveygizmo.com/s/105617/rsvp-for-conversations-of-color. Conversations of Color is sponsored by the NYU Steinhardt Office of Student Affairs. If you have any questions, please contact Jessica Walker at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here are five “late night” dining locations on campus now available to all students throughout the academic year. This is an exciting partnership between Campus Services, NYU Dining and The Office Students Affairs designed to provide additional space after dinner hours for students to gather, study and eat, complete with NYU wireless access.
1. Palladium “Lifeworks” Restaurant located on the 3rd Floor on 140 East 14th Street
Open until 10:00 pm daily. (Seating area and private dining rooms open 24/7.)
2. Burger Studio at University Hall Commons at 110 East 14th Street
Open daily from 4:00-11:00 pm. (The Commons Lounge is open 24/7.)
3. Argo Tea at the ARC (Greene and Washington Place)
Open until 11:00 pm daily.
4. Starbucks @The Square corner of Washington Square and West 4th Street
Open until midnight Monday to Thursday and 11:00 pm Friday to Sunday.
5. Weinstein Food Court “Upstein” 5 University Place
Open until 3:00 am Monday to Thursday and 11:00 pm Saturday and Sunday.
For a complete list of all locations and hours of operation please visit www.nyudining.com
We value your feedback so please share your ideas and comments email@example.com regarding this initiative.
Ideas. We all have them. You thought of 14 better ways to screw in a light-bulb on the way to class this morning, and let’s not forget the reusable toilet paper idea you had last week. Let’s face it: you’ve thought up more apps, gadgets and businesses than there are seconds in a day. You know the key to your success is somewhere in your grey matter, but which of these gems would actually make it in the real world, and where do you begin?
Well, you’re part of the NYU community, aren’t you? Be you student, faculty, staff or alumni–come to the NYU Entrepreneurs Festival and let us tell you how. Hear it straight from over 45 entrepreneurs, founders and startup veterans–all fellow NYUers–there to share their stories and discuss yours. Tickets to this two-day event include free food and drinks, and admission to the open-bar afterparty!
To register go to http://nyuef.eventbrite.com/
Hello from the NYU Libraries:
We’re getting ready for the final stretch of the semester and wanted to invite you to join us for a special event. Come have breakfast, 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 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 during that time.
Tuesday, November 15, 10:00am-12:00noon
Bobst Library, 10th-floor Graduate Research Exchange (northwest corner)
To RSVP, go to http://library.nyu.edu/grads
We look forward to seeing you there!
The NYU Libraries Graduate Student Working Group
Wednesday, November 2nd
Academic Resource Center (ARC)
18 Washington Place, 1st floor
Are you interested in pursuing a minor outside of CAS? Do you have questions about courses and programs offered through the other NYU schools? Are you considering taking a winter session course and want to know more about your options? Then come to Cross-School Programs Fair in the very new (and very purple) Academic Resource Center. Advisors from the undergraduate schools and departments at NYU will be on hand to tell you more about their programs and answer your questions about cross-school minors and registration. This is an excellent chance to meet face-to-face with an advisor and learn more about the various curricular offerings available to CAS students. Refreshments will be provided.
Are you interested in pursuing a minor outside of Steinhardt? Do you have questions about courses and programs offered through the other NYU schools? Are you considering taking a winter session course and want to know more about your options? Then come to Cross-School Programs Fair in the very new (and very purple) Academic Resource Center. Advisors from the undergraduate schools and departments at NYU will be on hand to tell you more about their programs and answer your questions about cross-school minors and registration. This is an excellent chance to meet face-to-face with an advisor and learn more about the various curricular offerings available to Steinhardt students. Refreshments will be provided.
Academic Resource Center (ARC) , 18 Washington Place, 1st floor
Attention: Steinhardt Doctoral Students
This is a reminder that our November First Fridays Doctoral Research Colloquium is scheduled for Friday, November 4th from 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the 3rd Floor Pless Hall Lounge.
The November 4th meeting will feature two presentations. The first will be an IRB review and Q & A. Professor Terry Astuto and Dean Perry N. Halkitis will talk about Steinhardt’s pre-review process and answer your general questions about IRB approval through the University Committee on Activities Involving Human Subjects (UCAIHS). Dean Halkitis will then be joined by Martin McDonough from our Office of Research for a presentation focusing on external funding opportunities. They will discuss identifying external pre-doctoral funding sources and answer your questions about the application process. Our First Fridays sessions are also a great opportunity to connect with doctoral students from across the departments in an informal setting. As always, lunch will be served!
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP for the November 4th First Fridays.
Join Steinhardt Student Affairs tomorrow for free bagels and coffee.
Tuesday, November 1, 2011 in the Pless Hall 1st Floor Lounge at 8:30 am. See you there!
As a reminder, nominations for the NYU Distinguished Teaching Award are due November 11, 2011. Nominations may be submitted by students, faculty, and alumni. Please note that only full-time faculty members with one of the following titles are eligible to receive the award:
– Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor
– Clinical Professor, Clinical Associate Professor, Clinical Assistant Professor
– Research Professor, Research Associate Professor, Research Assistant Professor
– Master Teacher, Teacher
Please note that past winners of the award may not be nominated again. For a list of past award recipients, go to the following link: http://lists.nyu.edu/t/12505887/19636456/7545/0/
As you may know, the award was established to recognize full-time faculty who have contributed significantly to the intellectual life of the University through their teaching. Recipients of the award will have demonstrated their excellence as educators over a sustained period of time. You may use the following criteria as a guide:
– A record of outstanding teaching effectiveness both within and outside the classroom
– The ability to inspire, promote, and sustain the intellectual development of students
– A pedagogical approach that is innovative (new approaches using current or new models of teaching), intellectually rigorous, creative, and engaging
– Demonstrated scholarly/professional contributions and their integration into the classroom that foster critical thinking and
challenge students to independent inquiry
– Advising/mentoring of undergraduate or graduate students or doctoral and clinical supervision-interactions outside of the classroom and the quality of such interactions
– Contribution to developing or enhancing curricula in the field
– Length of service
– Internal school awards/honors received
Please forward your nominations by Friday, November 11th to email@example.com
Application Due: November 7, 2011
January 19, 2012, 9:30am-5:15pm
January 20, 2012, 9:00am-3:30pm
Location: The Wasserman Center
Freshman, Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors, & Grad Students
The NYU Wasserman Center has teamed up with Morgan Stanley to host "Business Boot Camp for Liberal Arts Students" to educate liberal arts students about careers in business. The goal is to provide students with knowledge of industry terminology, an understanding of transferable liberal arts skills, and a basic understanding of career tracks in business, leadership and teamwork. This exciting two-day career exploration workshop includes seminars facilitated by industry leaders, leadership training, and networking opportunists. Participants will gain a basic understanding of career tracks in advertising/marketing, consulting, finance, entrepreneurship/innovation and media/communications. Applications due November 7, 2011. Apply using Job ID #828390 in your NYU CareerNet account.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
**Apply via CareerNet –> Jobs –> ID #828390