Do you know an outstanding full-time faculty member committed to social activism and community building?
Can you think of someone who inspires you to be a leader and change-agent?
If so, nominate them now for the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Faculty Award!
The President and Provost Offices, in partnership with the NYU Division of Student Affairswill present the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Faculty Award, which includes a $2500 research stipend,at the Faculty Award Reception during the MLK Celebration Week in February 2018. To see past recipients see this link: https://www.nyu.edu/life/events-traditions/mlk-week/faculty-award.html
Nomination process: Please complete the nomination form that can be found here: bit.ly/mlk2019
Eligible nominees: All full-time NYU faculty members are eligible; past recipients are ineligible.
Steinhardt School Spirit comes in many shapes, forms, and colors. Visit the NYU Book Center for Steinhardt tee shirts, polos, hoodies, drink ware, and auto accessories. Steinhardt is there! And, just one of the many ways we shout our Steinhardt pride!
Voting is an important civic duty as a U.S. citizen, and whether you choose to do so in the state of New York or your home state, we are providing important tools to make sure you are ready for the voting booth.
The next elections for local, state, and federal officials is Tuesday, November 6, 2018. Make sure you are prepared. Register to vote and then vote!
Please note that all students must apply for graduation. If your expected graduation term is Spring 2018 you need to apply via Albert Student Center by February 4, 2018. If you already applied, make sure to check your application status on Albert on the Academics page under graduation.
Please note that if you are graduating in January 2018 and have not applied for graduation, you need to contact the Office of the Registrar. If your expected graduation term is Spring 2018, please apply via Albert Student Center by 2/4/2018.
You are invited to attend a NYU Financial Aid Information Session!
Financial aid counselors explain how to avoid common mistakes and how to maximize eligibility for all types of aid programs. Each session is open to all NYU students!
Please remember that students seeking financial aid must apply each year. April 1 is the FAFSA priority deadline for most continuing NYU students. Meeting the deadline ensures that you will receive full consideration for all available forms of aid.
Please note that seating may be limited therefore students will be seated on a first come first serve basis.
5:30 pm – 6:30 pm
100 Washington Square East, Room 520
12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
Stern School of Business
Tisch Hall, Room 201 (Across the street from 25 W.4th Street)
3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
100 Washington Square East, Room 208
NYU offers students the opportunity to study away in some of the world’s most exhilarating cities. Earn credit towards your degree, experience the local culture through academic and student life hosted excursions and achieve person and professional development.
Applying is Easy! The convenient online application is accessible through Albert student center and as NYU students there is no supporting document required. Learn more about eligibility requirements and applications details.
You must apply to graduate!!! The application deadline for the “January 28, 2013” graduation date is October 5, 2012!Your degree requirements must be completed by January 27, 2013. Sign on to ALBERT and apply now!
Set up regular times to study. Studying should become a habit, like going to the gym or getting up in the morning and brushing your teeth, part of your regular routine. Something you don’t even think about anymore.
Studying will also be more effective if you have more frequent shorter blocks of time rather than the ubiquitous "all-nighter".
Learn effective study strategies. Making charts, outline, highlight, color-code notes, rewrite notes, use index cards, etc.
And learn to read effectively.
Preview the material. Ask yourself what do you need to get out of the material.
Read the material but make it an active pursuit. Highlight, take notes, outline, answer questions that have been raised.
Review the material. Did you answer the questions you set up for yourself? Are you able to outline the material? A good exercise is to explain the material to someone else.
Do not sabotage yourself. Know yourself. If you are a night owl, then don’t set the alarm clock for 6 am. It just isn’t going to happen. If you are an early bird then don’t plan on staying up until 3 am. It just sets you up for failure.
Jeanne Bannon, Director of Counseling and Student Services, invites you to one of her Study Skills Workshops. Call or email her for an appointment at firstname.lastname@example.org or 998-5065.