The MLK Jr. Faculty Award recognizes faculty members who exemplify the spirit of Martin Luther King, Jr. through their positive impact within the classroom and the greater NYU community. The Martin Luther King, Jr. Faculty Award Committee will select up to five awardees from the faculty members that undergraduate and graduate students nominate.
The New York University Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Faculty Award is sponsored by The Office of the Provost and The Division of Student Affairs including Student Diversity Programs and the Center for Multicultural Education and Programs.
Nominations due Wednesday, November 30th
Application Form: http://www.nyu.edu/diversity/events.traditions/mlkfacaward.html
My Time Abroad: A Retrospective Look at Professional Gain
Tues, Nov 15, 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM @ The Wasserman Center
Hear from a panelist of professionals who have had a variety of experiences living, studying and working abroad. Learn how these experiences ultimately contributed to success in their personal and professional lives.
RSVP through NYU CareerNet under ‘Events"
Realities of Finding Work in the U.S.
Thurs, Nov 17, 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM @ The Wasserman Center
This special seminar for international students provides practical information about the H1-B visa process, job search techniques, and how to handle the visa question during a job interview. The seminar includes a panel of international NYU alumni who have successfully found employment in the U.S. In conjunction with the Office for International Students and Scholars.
RSVP through NYU CareerNet under ‘Events’
The NYU Wasserman Center Opportunities Abroad Fair
Fri, Nov 18, 11am-2pm @ The Wasserman Center
Gather information and meet with representatives from a variety of organizations offering Full Time, Internship, and Volunteer opportunities abroad.
RSVP through NYU CareerNet under ‘Events’
Bobst Library is providing one-on-one research assistance for NYU students who want help locating library materials relevant to their
paper topics. Students are invited to make an appointment with a librarian who will assist you in developing an individualized research strategy for your specific idea.
HOW DO I MAKE AN APPOINTMENT? Complete the online registration form at http://library.nyu.edu/research/termpaper.html
There is no telephone or in-person registration.
WHEN ARE THE CLINICS BEING HELD? Monday through Thursday, October 31 – November 10, 2011. The specific times
are indicated on the registration form. Appointments last about 25 minutes.
WHO ARE THE RESEARCH CLINICS FOR? This service is designed for undergraduates but any NYU student (except Law, Medical, Dental and Poly School students) is welcome to sign up.
Please note that this service does not include writing assistance. Contact NYU’s Writing Center at 212-998-8866 or
http://www.nyu.edu/cas/ewp/html/writing_center.html for details about writing support.
NEED RESEARCH HELP AT OTHER TIMES? Visit the Reference Center in Bobst Library seven days a week throughout
the academic year and ask the librarian at the first floor reference desk for help.
Reference Center – 1st floor; Mon-Thurs, 10am-9:45pm; Fri, 10am-6:45pm; Sat, 11am-6pm; Sun, 1-7 pm
ONLINE HELP: Email, chat or text message Ask-A-Librarian when you need basic research guidance. http://library.nyu.edu/ask/
NYU Libraries website: http://library.nyu.edu/
Join us for hot cider, delicious goodies, and spook-tacular fun!
Where: Pless Hall 3rd floor Student Lounge
When: Thursday, October 27th at 3:30pm
Please join us next Tuesday, October 25th for Tea at Three in the Pless Hall 1st floor Student Lounge. A representative from the Wasserman Center for Career Development will be joining for a chat. See you there!
Friday, December 2, 2011 | 11:30AM – 3:00PM
The George Washington University, The Marvin Center, Washington, DC
Interested in Non-Government Organizations (NGOs), non-profit groups or government careers?
Travel to DC to learn more about the NGO, non-profit and government organization career paths within the field. This exciting event is held in collaboration with the Women’s Foreign Policy Group, The George Washington University and the University of Pennsylvania.
Opening Remarks, 11:30AM – 11:45AM
Panel Discussion, 11:45AM – 12:45PM
NGO, Non-Profit, and Government Career Organization Expo, 1:15PM – 3:00PM
To RSVP for the EVENT: Log in to your NYU CareerNet account and click on the Events tab.
To RSVP for the BUS: Bring a $20 refundable cash deposit to the NYU Wasserman Center. Spaces are available on a first come, first serve basis.
For more information on the event and transportation, please visit our website.
Questions? Contact the Career Fair team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The late registration deadline for the next paper-based administration of the NYS Teacher Certification Exams is October 21, 2011 for the November 12, 2011 administration date. Register for exams and download free study guides at www.nystce.nesinc.com
Not all tests are available on all test dates, please refer to Test Selection section for availability.
If you have any questions, please contact:
Mark J. Perez
82 Washington Square East, 2nd floor
Get ready! Spring courses will be on Albert this week and registration starts November 14. Start planning your semester, check any holds and make an appointment with your adviser.
The 2012 January Term (Winter Session) course search is now available on Albert, and registration begins on October 24th. Check out some of the courses Steinhardt is offering this January:
International Art Film, Social Change, and the Experience of Modernity (4 units – AHUM-UE 1010)
Interviewing Strategies (2 units – MCC-UE 1740)
Introduction to Photography I (4 units – ARTP-UE 301)
The Roots of Jazz (4 units – MPAJZ-UE 1278)
After the Dissertation: Publishing your Scholarly Work
Tue., Oct 25 2011 — 05:00PM
This session offers practical information and strategies for those completing their PhD dissertations and considering how best to share their scholarly work–as journal articles or a book, in print and digital form. Topics will include your rights as an author, how to think strategically about your publishing choices, what you need to know about copyright, and more. Please note that this session runs about 1.5 hours.
This class will be held in Bobst Library, 10th Floor Graduate Student Exchange.
Registration required. Please go here to sign up: https://webapps.library.nyu.edu/classes/#after-the-dissertation-publishing-your-scholarly-work