Date: Thursday, November 30, 2017
Time 3:30 – 4:45 pm
Location: Pless Hall, 3rd Fl.
Sponsored by the Office of Student Affairs.
Fall 2017 mid-term grades are now available on ALBERT. View your mid-term grades:
- In your Student Center, select “Grades” from the “other academic” drop-down menu. On the “Class Grades” grid, click the “Mid-term Grades” tab.
If you are concerned about your academic progress this semester, make time before Thanksgiving to speak to your professor, your academic advisor, or a member of the Student Affairs team at NYU Steinhardt.
Click here to learn more about grading at NYU.
Boren Scholarships provide funding for US undergraduate students to study less commonly taught languages critical to US interests. The length of the program ranges from 8 weeks to a full academic year. Boren recipients are committed to work in the federal government for at least one year. Visit this website to learn more: http://www.borenawards.org/
Note: The Office of Global Awards offers support for this scholarship opportunity and will endorse qualified applicants. All Boren Scholarship applicants must be in contact with the Boren Scholarship NYU Campus Representative well in advance of the final deadline so that the Campus Representative can both provide advice and have the time to produce a formal evaluation of all applications prior to the final deadline.
Deadline: NYU deadline is December 1, 2017
Award: The Boren Scholarship covers costs associated with your study abroad program, including tuition and fees, room and board, books, insurance, local transportation, and round-trip airfare on a U.S. carrier. The Boren Scholarship does not cover study tours of several countries.
The scholarship is open to U.S. undergraduate and graduate students regardless of their field of study. The aim of the CLS is to increase the number of Americans studying and mastering critical foreign languages. Instructions are currently offered in fourteen languages including Arabic, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Turkish, Hindi, and Urdu, at locations where the target language is widely-spoken. For more information, visit this website: http://www.clscholarship.org/
Deadline: November 15, 2017
Award: The Critical Language Scholarship Program is an eight to ten week fully-funded language and cultural enrichment summer program of the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.
Join us as women veterans from the U.S. military describe their experiences of transitioning back to civilian life through their own words and through words from classical text. This event is presented to by the Steinhardt Faculty and Community Engagement Series (FACES). RSVP via email: email@example.com.
Healthy Relationships Workshop
Monday, November 13th, 5pm-6:30pm
Pless Hall, 3rd Floor Lounge
Having trouble navigating conversations with a roommate, parent, faculty, friend, or date? Join Steinhardt’s Office of Student Affairs and the Health Promotion Office for an interactive workshop on healthy communication in all kinds of relationships. Learn how to engage in conversations where you can share your feelings safely, practice active listening, and develop skills on what to look out for in unhealthy or abusive relationships.
Be Kind To Yourself! Exploring Self Care & Mindfulness
Friday, November 10th, 2017 – 10am – 11am
Pless Hall, 3rd Floor Student Lounge
Feeling stressed out as we move into the last five weeks of the semester? Discover how our bodies and minds respond to stress, which we can use to our advantage in practices that help us de-stress. Come discuss what self care means to you, and find out strategies to incorporate this practice into your daily life, even if you only have a minute to spare! We’ll conclude with a grounding mindfulness practice.
In academic settings, the notion that certain Asian/Asian American groups are gifted is widespread. Tracing the recent history of the Model Minority Stereotype and linking it to daily interactions in the university, Dr. Hua-Yu Sebastian Cherng will facilitate an interactive discussion of how this seemingly innocuous – or even seemingly positive many argue – trope is premised on other dangerous racial stereotypes.
Date: Thursday, November 16, 2017
Time: 12:30pm – 1:45pm
Place: Pless Hall, 3rd Floor Lounge, 82 Washington Square East
Lunch will be provided.