The Steinhardt International Programming and Advocacy Committee (IPAC) is an unique leadership opportunity within the Steinhardt community that draws on the rich experiences of students to share their knowledge, their excitement or experiences of international study, and develop community with other students, with faculty, and the larger Steinhardt and NYU community. The Steinhardt IPAC is for globally minded undergraduate and graduate students to connect around ideas of intercultural exchange, international diversity, and being involved in student activities.
he Steinhardt IPAC)is a student-led initiative that promotes the celebration of the diversity of countries, cultures, perspectives, traditions, and values within Steinhardt through programming that facilitates community building. The Committee advocates for the needs of the international student population in collaboration with the Steinhardt Office of Student Affairs.
Applications are open to both undergraduate and graduate students and are due by Sunday, April 23, 2017. You can apply online here.
To learn more about becoming an IPAC member, you can attend an information session hosted by the Office of Student Affairs on Friday, April 14 from 12:30-1:30 pm in the Pless Hall 2nd floor conference room. Applicants are highly encouraged to attend.
RSVP here to attend Conversations of Color: Diversity and Inclusion Discussion. NYU Steinhardt continues to make strides in our devotion to diversity and inclusion in our community. Join Charlton McIlwain, Associate Dean for Faculty Development and Diversity, for an open discussion on what Steinhardt and the greater NYU community are doing to increase awareness related to diversity and inclusion and how you can participate.
Date: Thursday, April 13, 2017
Please Pless Hall, 3rd fl. Lounge, 82 Washington Square East
Lunch will be provided.
At Conversations of Color, Steinhardt students, faculty, and administrators discuss race, ethnicity, culture, sexual orientation, religious or spiritual belief, ability, gender identity/expression, economic class, and other related topics of diversity.
Sponsored by the Steinhardt Office of Student Affair.
Joining us for two upcoming sessions co-sponsored by the NYU Libraries and Data Services:
DATA VISUALIZATION CLINIC: Come to this discussion-based session to learn about best practices, tips, and inspirations for creating versatile visualizations. If you are currently working with data and have begun working through your visualizations, bring your graphics to the workshop to showcase your skills or get feedback.
Thursday, April 6, 2017 2:00 p.m. -3:30 p.m. RSVP HERE
CULTURE MAPPING @ NYU: Interested in applying digital tools to the interpretation and visualization of cultures, geographies, and urban experience? Learn about project-based scholarship with fellow-travelers in pedagogy, cartography, data-wrangling, and interactive storytelling. Co-sponsored with the College of Arts & Science and New York Scapes.
New York University Students: You’re invited to a College Class Ring ordering event!
Dates: Tuesday, April 11th, Wednesday, April 12th, & Thursday, April 13th Time: 12:00pm – 6:00pm Place: NYU Bookstore on Broadway
Special Discounts: $100 off 14 Karat White & Yellow Gold $150 off 18 Karat White & Yellow Gold. Inquire about our interest free payment plans.
Herff Jones takes pride in creating college graduation rings for students and graduates of NYU. Reward yourself with a symbol of excellence by selecting the college ring which suits your style, experience and achievement.
Also, don’t forget to order your Cap & Gown by April 11th. Click on the link below.
DATA VISUALIZATION CLINIC: Come to this discussion-based session to learn about best practices, tips, and inspirations for creating versatile visualizations. If you are currently working with data and have begun working through your visualizations, bring your graphics to the workshop to showcase your skills or get feedback. Thursday, April 6, 2017, 2:00-3:30pm, RSVP HERE
CULTURE MAPPING @ NYU: Interested in applying digital tools to the interpretation and visualization of cultures, geographies, and urban experience? Learn about project-based scholarship with fellow-travelers in pedagogy, cartography, data-wrangling, and interactive storytelling. Co-sponsored with the College of Arts & Science and New York Scapes. Friday, April 7, 2017, Sessions run throughout the day, INFORMATION HERE
Faith Zone is an award-winning training workshop designed to promote spiritual and religious literacy and dialogue. NYU students, faculty, and staff members can participate this training to become Faith Zone certified. Breakfast will be served.
Faith Zone Trainings (FZT) are a resource for students, faculty and staff on campus who desire innovative and participatory training, contextualized resources, and honest dialogue about religion & spirituality. Based upon the Safe Zone model which is used to educate groups about the LGBTQ community, these FZT sessions take a dual approach that integrates theory and practice.
In doing so, FZT engages participants in activities which will increase religious literacy and offer practical tools for learning about religion and spirituality.Topics covered include reflecting on personal experiences with faith and spirituality, examining the global and local context for various religious traditions represented at NYU, as well as discussing tips for creating a safe and welcoming environment in one’s office, residence hall, student group or classroom.
Participants will receive a certificate of completion and placard to display verifying the completion of the training.