Global Programs and Study Away Information at the Academic Resource Center (ARC), 18 Washington Place

Did you know that Global Programs hangs out in the ARC every Monday from 1-3 pm? Have questions about your application? Or wondering which academic center is the best fit for you? Want to learn about the ways to fund your semester away? Stop by the Study Away Walk-in advising hours in the ARC every Monday from 1-3 pm throughout the semester.

Study Away Weekly General Information Sessions – Fridays  at 2 pm NYU offers students the opportunity to study away in some of the world’s most exhilarating cities. Every Friday, representatives from NYU Global Programs provide you with details about NYU’s Global Academic Centers in Abu Dhabi, Accra, Berlin, Buenos Aires, Florence, London, Madrid, Paris, Prague, Shanghai, Sydney, Tel Aviv and Washington DC as well as a brief overview of summer study abroad programs, exchanges, and school-specific study abroad programs.

To register please complete the Registration Form.

 

Let’s Talk International – Cross-Cultural Conflict – March 5, 2013

Our next Let’s Talk International conversation will focus on cross-cultural conflict, including exploration of our own approaches to conflict as well as practices for navigating conflict across cultural difference.

Lunch will be provided. Space is limited. To attend, please pre-register by filling out this survey. We look forward to seeing you there!

Tuesday, March 5th from 12pm – 1:30pm in the Office of Global Services conference room (561 LaGuardia Place)

Let’s Talk International, a collaboration of the Office of Global Services and the Steinhardt Office of Student Affairs, is a semi-structured discussion group and safe space for study abroad returnees, international students, third culture kids, and anybody interested in international/intercultural experiences to explore topics such as identity development, cultural adjustment, cross-cultural relationships, and general navigation of life across cultures. While topics and short activities provide a framework, students drive the conversation in directions most relevant to them. Continued attendance is encouraged, though students are not required to attend all sessions.

Questions? Please contact jill.stephenson@nyu.edu.

2013 Graduation Ceremonies/Celebrations are approaching, let’s get ready!

NYU Steinhardt

  • Doctoral Convocation:
    Monday, May 13th, 6:00 pm, Skirball Center for Performing Arts (Reception following)
  • Baccalaureate Ceremony:
    Monday, May 20th, 10:30 am, Radio City Music Hall
  • Valedictory Celebration:
    Monday, May 20th, 2:30 pm, Radio City Music Hall

UNIVERSITY COMMENCEMENT
Wednesday, May 22nd at 11:00am, Yankee Stadium

Questions?

 

 

*Interfaith Live 2013: Water*

*Interfaith Live 2013: Water* invites student artists to create a performance engaging their own religious tradition, or exploring points of connection, contact, and conflict with artistic collaborations from faith traditions that differ from their own.
–  Connect artistically with your own faith tradition and express your own identity through art.
– Create something new, educational challenging, hopeful, insightful, evocative with a friend or group of friends whose faiths differs from your own.
– Develop a performance on the theme of *Water* that engages your *big questions:* Transformation. Sustenance. Creation. Rebirth. Rededication. Purification. Healing.

2013 will mark the inaugural year of an interfaith project on college campuses across the country in which students will engage artistically with a broad theme from their own religious perspectives. Written and spoken word, performed dance, musical offerings: all entries will be considered for inclusion in this exciting event!
Create.  Share. Reflect.

Parameters/Requirements:
– Student projects will engage with the theme “Water,” from the perspective of their own faith tradition, or multiple faith traditions.
– Performance time is limited 8 minutes.
– Student created projects may be a dance, an orginial song/instrumental musical piece, or dramatic presentation.
– May be an individual or group performance.

Proposal submissions accepted till Monday, March 4, 2013

Center for Spiritual Life, 238 Thompson Street, Chaplain’s Suite 491,
Attn:  Chaplain Young, or by email and use the subject ‘Interfail Live 2013 Submission’
Notice of performance selections will take place March 11, 2013

Interfaith Live Performance date:
Wednesday April 17, 2013, 7:30-9:00 p.m.

Intrfaith Live is brought to you by

The “Of Many” Institute for Multifaith Leadership at NYU is both an academic and a programmatic initiative.  Its mission is to engage in ground-breaking multifaith teaching, service learning, research, and to develop best practices in the field of multifaith education and leadership. The Institute’s ultimate goal is to cultivate and support a new generation of religious leaders, civic leaders and scholars who, deeply rooted in their own religious and spiritual traditions, will transform the world through multifaith education and action.

Want to know more about Interfaith Live and where it comes from? http://www.interfaithperformingarts.org

 

Bobst Closing Early This Saturday

Bobst Library will close early for the Violet Ball on Saturday, February 23 as follows:

  • Floors 1-10 – close at 7:30 pm
  • Circulation and the Avery Fisher Center  – close at 6:45 pm
  • Lower Levels 1 & 2 and the Bobst Computer Center — open regular hours

    The Violet Ball is sponsored by the NYU Student Senators Council.

Grad Students: Bobst 6th Floor Reading & Collaborative Rooms Available

We are pleased to announce that the fully renovated 6th floor of Bobst Library is now open.  This floor features a Dissertation Writers’ Room and a total of 111 new seats in these grad-only spaces: a large swipe-access reading room, swipe-access studies, and reservable collaborative rooms with A/V functionality.  You will find additional seats and wired study tables in the enhanced North Reading Room and in the east, west, and south wings.  We invite you to make use of these beautiful new spaces and let us know how they work for you by emailing us at bobstrenovation@library.nyu.edu.

Sincerely,
Bobst Renovation Communication Team

Public Speaking for Non-Native English Speakers

Join Dr. Deborah Borisoff, Professor of Media, Culture, and Communication, for a hands-on workshop on public speaking for non-native English speakers. Whether you have a big presentation coming or want to take away the fear factor of speaking in class, this workshop will teach you to organize your thoughts and make crystal clear points.

Space is limited. Register here.

Thursday, February 28 from 2-3:30pm in Pless Hall 3rd Floor Lounge.

Follow and Win!

Steinhardt Student Affairs is now on Twitter!

Follow @SteinhardtLife before February 26th at midnight for a chance to win a gift card, good for use at NYU Computer Store and NYU Bookstore.

Get Connect, Be Involved, and Stay Informed while sharing your @SteinhardtLife! http://twitter.com/SteinhardtLife

Conversations of Color: Perceptions of Homophobia in Communities of Color on February 21st

Please join Steinhardt’s Office of Counseling and Student Services and the NYU LGBTQ Student Center for an interactive discussion about Perceptions of Homophobia in Communities of Color.

Thursday February 21, 2013 from 12:30pm-1:45pm
Pless Hall, 3rd Floor Student Lounge
Lunch will be served

To RSVP, please visit: Conversation of Color RSVP
To learn more about Conversations of Color, visit: http://steinhardt.nyu.edu/studentaffairs/ConvofColor

When Proposition 8 (legislation banning gay marriage) passed in California a few years ago, a large portion of blame was put onto communities of color as to why such a homophobic piece of legislation could pass. It has been common within media to refer to people of color as often being more homophobic than their white counterparts. What exactly is homophobia and how is it expressed? Is it more difficult to be gay/lesbian/bi/trans/queer as a person of color? Are people of color more homophobic? This session will open a dialogue about identity and culture as it relates to the acceptance of LGBTQ people in communities of color and in the greater community at large. Led by the Program Administrator of the LGBTQ Student Center, J. Mason.

Let’s Talk International – Tuesday, February 19

Let’s Talk International is a semi-structured discussion group and safe space for study abroad returnees, international students, third culture kids, and anybody interested in international/intercultural experiences to explore topics such as identity development, cultural adjustment, cross-cultural relationships, and general navigation of life across cultures. The first Let’s Talk International meeting is Tuesday, February 19th, from 12pm – 1:30pm. Lunch is provided. Space is limited. Click here to learn more and register.