Saturday, March 10, 2012
10am to 1:30pm
The Midtown Exhibition Center, 560 Seventh Avenue, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10018

The A.R.T./New York Internship Fair, in collaboration with the American Theatre Wing, provides students with the opportunity to meet working theatre professionals from 50 New York City based not-for-profit theatre companies, all of which are seeking interns for the current, Summer, and Fall semesters!

The Fair is open to undergrads, grads, and recent grads of all majors.  The Fair is free, but participants must RSVP in order to attend.
Register by Wednesday, March 7
Contact Taylor Gramps

Provide your name, school, year of study, and include the words "Internship Fair 2012 RSVP" in the subject line. Please specify whether you would like to attend the first (10am-11:30am) or second (11:30am-1:30pm) session. Students are encouraged to bring copies of their resume. Business casual attire is suggested.

The Alliance of Resident Theatres / New York (A.R.T./New York) is the service and advocacy organization for over 300 not-for-profit theatres located throughout New York City.  Our mission is to serve and promote this culturally and artistically diverse community by providing programs and services that assist our members as they work to fully achieve their artistic missions and serve their audiences.

Zach Hollwedel, Member Services Associate
Alliance of Resident Theatres/New York (A.R.T./New York)
520 Eighth Avenue, #319, New York, NY 10018
Phone: (212) 244-6667 ext.241  |  Fax: (212) 714-1918

Check us out online at A.R.T./New York and  New York Theatre Network

NYU Sustainability Update, February 2012


Green Grants — Apply now!

Twice per year, NYU’s Sustainability Task Force awards Green Grants of up to $20,000 to students, faculty and staff for seed funding to support pilot initiatives for campus greening, community-building, engagement and applied research. Visit our website for application materials and guidelines — the optional, short Expression of Interest deadline for extra feedback is approaching soon, but the full Application Deadline for Spring 2012 projects is March 23rd.

The Task Force recently announced funding for eight new proposals, including: a Student Food Co-op at NYU that will serve local, organic and fairly-traded food at affordable prices in a campus street cart; a behavioral research study exploring how to resolve Environmental Commons Dilemmas; the Compost Collection at NYU Wagner team pioneering event-based biodegradable waste collection beyond residence and dining halls; and NYU Schack Institute of Real Estate students’ Existing Buildings LEED Feasibility and Opportunity Analysis project that will evaluate new opportunities to retrofit and improve the performance of university-owned buildings.

Become a "Sustainability Advocate" For NYU

The Sustainability Advocate Program comprises NYU staff and faculty working together to harness the effort, energy, and enthusiasm of the university community to green their departments and work spaces across campus. The advocates play a key role in educating colleagues and students to help build a university-wide culture of sustainability. We encourage you to become a part of this growing coalition — over 200 Sustainability Advocates already participate by spending 1-2 hours per month of work time on projects like improving recycling, sharing eco-opportunities with colleagues, and configuring office equipment to save energy and money.

Get involved! We are actively recruiting new participants. Simply RSVP for a training session below. Then, be sure to fill out this form to join.

RSVP Wed Feb 15, 12:30-1:30 PM -OR- RSVP Fri Feb 24, 12:30-1:30 PM

Recycling Upgrades

Don’t forget — now that NYU’s Mixed Recycling system is in place, you can deposit all recyclable items – plastics, paper, cardboard, metal and glass – in just one labeled bin! Goods are further sorted in a new, cutting-edge materials recovery facility. The change applies to nearly all academic buildings on campus – see bin labels for more info.

And with the expanded Technoscrap collection program, you now have more bins across campus to deposit CDs, cell phones, batteries and other e-wastes to ensure proper recycling or disposal of hazardous components. Now let’s work together to send NYU’s current 30% waste diversion rate through the roof! Learn more about recycling upgrades at NYU, and how you can help.

Wasserman Center for Career Development International Student Orientation

Tues, February 7

4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

The Wasserman Center, 133 E. 13th Street, 2nd Floor

This seminar will highlight key career development tools, resources and services for international undergraduate and graduate students. It will be concluded with a tour of the career development office. Co-sponsored by the Wasserman Center for Career Development and the Office of International Students and Scholars

RSVP through your NYU CareerNet account (under Events> Seminars)

Join the Graduate Student Organization at the Annual MLK Oratorical Contest!

Please join Steinhardt’s Graduate Student Organization at the Annual Martin Luther King Oratorical Contest! At this event, student will Honor Dr. King’s legacy with different performances.:

Date and Time: Tuesday, February 7, 2012, 7:00-9:00 pm

Location: King Juan Carlos I Center Screening Room – 53 Washington Square South

You can RSVP at the following link:

NYU Bobst Library’s Coles Science Center presents: “Aberrant Waste: Ocean Plastics” A talk by Max Liboiron

DATE: Wednesday, February 15, 2012
TIME: 5:30-7:00PM
LOCATION: Bobst Library, 2nd floor, South wing, Avery Room
RSVP required:

There is plastic in every ocean in the world. Plastic is a unique pollutant that defies current theories and practices of pollution control we have come to depend upon. This illustrated talk will focus on a single sample of ocean plastics taken from the North Pacific Ocean and follow the threads of how it was collected, how samples are used in science and advocacy, their place in the popular imagination, and how an individual specimen can and cannot scale up to illuminate a new global pollution that will characterize the twenty-first century.

Max Liboiron is a PhD candidate in the Department of Media, Culture, and Communication at NYU and is the Regional Co-Director of the Plastic Pollution Coalition East Coast.  You can find more about Max’s work on plastics at

For more information about the talk, please contact Jill Conte at

NYU International Opportunities Fair!

You are invited to attend the NYU International Opportunities Fair! Stop by to learn about the study abroad programs available to NYU students.

WHEN: Thursday, February 2, 2012, 11:00 a.m – 3:00 p.m.
WHERE: Hemmerdinger Hall (Silver Center, 100 Washington Square East, 1st Floor)

  • FIND OUT about courses at NYU’s study abroad centers in, Abu Dhabi, Accra, Berlin, Buenos Aires, Florence, London, Madrid, Paris, Prague, Shanghai, Sydney, Tel Aviv, and Washington, DC.
  • TALK to NYU study abroad alumni, staff, and academic advisers.
  • DISCOVER financial aid and scholarship opportunities for study abroad.
  • WIN fun raffle prizes!!!!!!!!!

We look forward to seeing you at the fair!

Are You a May 2012 Graduation Candidate?

You must apply to graduate! The graduation application deadline for the May 16, 2012 graduation date is February 3, 2012!  Your degree requirements must be completed by May 15, 2012.   Sign on to ALBERT and apply now!

For more information, please visit the Office of the University Registrar web page.

NYU MLK Week Conversations of Color – Thursday, February 9th, 12:30-1:45 pm

Please join us for Conversations of Color on Thursday, February 9th, 12:30-1:45 pm in the Pless Hall 3rd floor lounge, 82 Washington Square East. Conversations of Color welcomes any and all students, faculty and administrators to meet and talk about issues of diversity related to culture and identity.  Our topic this month will be Colorism.  Our session will include a screening of the film BLEACHED, followed by discussion. RSVP to

Conversations of Color is sponsored by the NYU Steinhardt Office of Student Affairs.  If you have any questions, please contact Jessica Walker at

Dalai Lama Fellows Program

New York University is one of eight universities to offer the Dalai Lama Fellowship, an international program of the Dalai Lama Center.
One fellow will be chosen from each university to receive up to $10,000 toward a year-long project of his of her design in one of four focus areas:
1. diminishing violence; 
2. mitigating income and wealth inequities;
3. encouraging cross-cultural and inter-religious communications and understanding; 
4. promoting environmental sustainability.    

All full-time students – undergraduate, graduate and professional students – who will be enrolled at NYU in Academic Year 2012 – 2013, are invited to apply.

Application Deadline: February 21, 2012

Please direct any inquiries to or 212 998-2329.

NYU MLK Week 2012: 7 Issues, 7 Leaders, 7 Minutes

Thursday, February 9, 7:00-9:00 PM, Kimmel Center Eisner and Lubin Auditorium

What is the Future of Diversity in the Media, Arts, Education, Cities, Economy, Immigration and Activism? Find out at the university-wide event during MLK Week at NYU, featuring 7 leaders from various areas speaking for 7 minutes on 7 topic areas surrounding this year’s theme, The Future of Diversity: Here & Now. Confirmed speakers include Dr. Cornel West, Princeton University Professor, philosopher and influential intellectual, who will address the issue of activism; and Dr. Mitchell L. Moss, Director of the Rudin Center for Transportation and Henry Hart Rice Professor of Urban Policy and Planning at NYU’s Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, who will speak about the issue of cities. We will also be presenting the NYU MLK Jr. Humanitarian Award to Associate Professor Jack (John Kuo Wei) Tchen, an NYU Alumnus and the Founding Director of NYU’s Asian/Pacific/American Institute and co-founder of the Museum of Chinese in America.

Everyone is welcome. Please RSVP at
***Please note that you must register via the Eventbrite link above (up to 3 reservations per person) and bring you Eventbrite confirmation to the event to receive a physical ticket to the event on a first come, first served basis.***