…we encourage you to stop by some of our last programs! Come take your mind off Finals for a bit at:
- Breakfast for Dinner: Monday, May 7th 7-9 pm Kimmel Center 10th fl. (RSVP at nyu.edu/src )
- Fast Break Bagel Breakfast: Tuesday, May 8th 9-10:30 am Pless Hall, 1st floor (bagels, coffee, tea)
- Tea & Empathy Study Break: Thursday, May 10th, 2-4 pm Pless Hall, 1st floor (coffee, tea, cookies, brownies)
Good luck on Finals from the Steinhardt Office of Student Affairs!
Hello from NYU Libraries! Just a reminder that we’re here for you as you finish up the semester.
— The Libraries have extended hours during the end of the semester, including 24-hour access to Bobst Library during the finals period.
— Bobst Library offers expanded seating in various locations throughout the building, including the 6th, 9th and 10th floors, as well as in the Avery Fisher Center on 2 and on the lower levels.
— Bobst offers a number of amenities during crunch time, including free coffee, snacks, and relaxation and wellness resources through our partnership with the NYU Wellness Center. Look for signs throughout the library for more information on accessing these amenities.
— Don’t forget to renew your library materials before you head out for the summer. Log in to your library account via BobCat and click on “My Library Account” to see your loans and renew online. For more information about what we have to offer for graduate students, see http://library.nyu.edu/grads .
Best of luck on the end of the semester!
The NYU Wasserman Center for Career Development is thrilled to announce the launch of the Summer Funded Internship Award! This $1,000 award affords students the opportunity to participate in career exploration and experiential learning through unpaid career-related internships, gives students access to professional networks in the US and abroad, and facilitates the lifelong learning skills associated with solid career development.
This can be a tremendous opportunity for students who want to gain relevant professional experience, but give up valuable learning opportunities due to financial considerations. In order to be considered for the Summer Funded Internship Award, students must:
- Be enrolled full time in an undergraduate or graduate degree-granting program at NYU and earn at least a 3.0 GPA (students are NOT required to take summer classes to be eligible)
- Be a member of the Class of 2013, 2014, or 2015
- Have secured an unpaid internship at a non-profit or other organization that does not traditionally pay its interns (e.g. Arts, Entertainment, Media Related, etc) in the US or abroad. Applicants may not receive college credit for their internship.
- Intern a minimum of 20 hours a week over 8 weeks during the summer (May 17th – Aug 31st)
The Wasserman Center’s Funded Internship Award is not affiliated with Federal Work Study or financial aid. It is a one-time stipend awarded directly to selected applicants. Applications can be submitted through NYU CareerNet, Job ID#853509.
Instructions are available at http://www.nyu.edu/careerdevelopment/funded_internship.php. If you have any questions regarding the Funded Internship Award, please feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Tara Schwartz (email@example.com).
Log in with your NetID at steinhardt.nyu.edu/evals
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Healthy, Quick, & Cheap Cooking**
Thursday, April 26, 5-6:30pm, 35 W. 4th St. 10th Floor Kitchen
Eating healthy while being a student on the go can be difficult, especially when you’re on a typical student’s budget. This workshop will show you some quick and easy recipes you can make on a small budget. Yes, we will be cooking, but space is limited!
**Attendance capped at 20 Students;
The University Learning Center (ULC) is finalizing their group workshops for Finals Current Workshops include:
Academic Skills Workshop – Finals Prep! (60 – 75 minutes. NO RSVP required.)
Finals are quickly approaching. Are you ready? Prepare for final exams and papers with the help of students who have been through it before!
- Monday, April 23, 5:00pm, WST SB-22
- Tuesday, April 24, 2:00pm, WST SB-22
Writing a Final Paper: Analyzing the Text to Develop Your Thesis (45 minutes; Click a time to RSVP)
Are you stuck on your final paper? This workshop is designed for students in literature-based courses (English, Texts & Ideas) who need to practice close reading skills to formally analyze a text to write a paper.
- Monday, April 23, 12:30pm, ULC @ UHall
- Tuesday, April 24, 12:30pm, ARC LL05
- Wednesday, April 25, 5:00pm, ULC @ UHall
- Thursday, April 26, 5:00pm, ULC @ ARC
For additions, updates, and more information, including subject-specific tutoring, please visit: http://learning.cas.nyu.edu/page/home. Good luck!
NYU Libraries is conducting usability testing and we still need participation from two user groups: undergraduates and faculty. Spend one hour using and discussing an aspect of our website and receive a $20 gift certificate to NYU Bookstores.
Testing dates: April 17 & 19
Location: Off campus at 14th St. & 7th Ave.
If you are an undergraduate or faculty member, we invite you to sign up at: bit.ly/nyupratt to indicate your interest in participating.
Interested in applying for a Fulbright Grant for 2013-2014? You are invited to attend an on-campus info session with IIE Fulbright representative Walter Jackson.
Date:Tuesday, April 10
Location: Silver Center, room 120.
Join us on April 18, 6:30pm – 8:00pm as we partner with the NYU Heyman Center for Philanthropy’s Speaker Series to welcome Pop!Tech Curator and futurist Andrew Zolli. Andrew will explore why, in a time marked by upheaval -from natural disasters and economic crises to political turmoil and climate change- some systems, people and communities fall apart in the face of disruption, and how they can learn to bounce back. He will be introduced by New Media expert Clay Shirky. The event takes place in the Rosenthal Pavilion, NYU Kimmel Center, 60 Washington Square South, 10th floor, New York, NY. It is free and open to the public, but space is limited and an RSVP is required by cutting and pasting http://bit.ly/FOmpTh into your browser.
Join us again on April 25, 12:00pm – 1:30pm as we welcome Peace Corps Director Aaron Williams and City Year CEO and Co-founder Michael Brown in a conversation moderated by former Atlantic Philanthropies CEO and President, and NYU Wagner Senior Fellow Gara LaMarche. So you want to change the world? The starting place is service. Come learn how serving your country and serving the world through civic engagement can both change who you are and make the planet a more equitable, peaceful, and sustainable place. The event takes place at NYU Wagner’s Rudin Family Forum in The Puck Building, 295 Lafayette Street, 2nd floor, New York, NY. The event is free and open to the public, but space is limited an RSVP is required by cutting and pasting http://bit.ly/w78XAr into your browser.