The deadline to apply for the Critical Language Scholarship is November 16, 2016.
The CLS Program is part of a U.S. government effort to expand dramatically the number of Americans studying and mastering critical foreign languages. Students of diverse disciplines and majors are encouraged to apply. Fourteen languages are included in the CLS Program.
While the CLS Program does not require University endorsement. Interested students are welcome to make an appointment with a scholarship advisor.
Finally, on Friday, November 11 at 2:00 p.m. the Office of Global Awards will host a workshop for students who are on the final draft of their CLS essays.Please RSVP.
Join Steinhardt and the Wasserman Center for Career Development for the 2nd installment of A Networking Series. The discussion will focus on networking via social media platforms, specifically Linkedin.
Date: Thursday, October 20, 2016
Time: 12:30pm -1:45pm
Location: Pless Hall 3rd floor Lounge
Sponsored by the Steinhardt Office of Student Affairs.
The Graduate Student Career Development Team offers an array of in-person and virtual events. Join for this week’s offerings:
Salary Negotiation – Wednesday, October 26, 12:00pm, Wasserman Center (133 east 13th Street, 2nd floor)
Intro to National and Global Fellowships – Thursday, October 27, 2:00pm, Wasserman Center (133 east 13th Street, 2nd floor)
For more detailed information please visit the Wasserman Center for Career Development Center.
New York University Students:
Special Discounts: $100 off 14 Karat White & Yellow Gold $150 off 18 Karat White & Yellow Gold. Inquire about our interest free payment plans.
Dates: Tuesday, November 8th, Wednesday, November 9th, & Thursday, November 10th
Time: 12:00pm – 6:00pm: NYU Bookstore on Broadway
Place: NYU Bookstore on Broadway
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The next deadline to apply for January and Spring Break study abroad programs is Tuesday, October 18. Courses earn 3-4 credits toward your spring 2017 course load and financial aid. Review our program list and apply now!
Join the Steinhardt Office of Student Affairs, the Office of Global Services, and other undergraduate and graduate students to meet new friends, and explore different topics of international concern. This month we will be discussing fashion, costumes, and festivities that different cultures around the world celebrate as well as here in the U.S. as part of NYU’s 4th annual World Tour program series.
Date: Wednesday, October 26, 2016
Time: 12:30pm – 1:30pm
Location: Pless Hall, 3rd Floor Lounge
Details: Lunch is provided. Space is limited. To attend, please RSVP here.
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.
Sponsored by the Office of Global Services and the Steinhardt Office of Student Affairs. This event is part of NYU’s Fourth Annual World Tour. Find out more at nyu.edu/worldtour.
Monday, October 24th, 2016
6:30 to 7:30pm
Joseph & Pless Hall, 1st Floor Lounge
Join NYU Steinhardt Deans for a discussion on a variety of topics important to Steinhardt undergraduates, including diversity, affordability, and course planning. Dinner will be served, so be sure to arrive early for this unique opportunity.
Open in Action: New Options for Sharing Scholarship – Wednesday, October 26, 2016.
In recent years, we’ve seen an increase in the number of digital repositories where scholars may freely share their publications and data. To celebrate Open Access Week, we’ve invited the founders of two prominent new multi-disciplinary repositories to discuss their goals and priorities, and the technology underlying their systems. Humanities Commons
is a social repository for humanists launched by the Modern Language Association in collaboration with Columbia University Libraries. SocArXiv
is a preprint service directed by group of sociologists and research librarians in partnership with the Center for Open Science. We’ll have a round-table discussion with plenty of time for questions from the audience.
Wednesday, October 26, 4:30-6pm, Avery Room, 2nd floor of Bobst Library
Panelists:Philip Cohen, University of Maryland;Kathleen Fitzpatrick, Modern Language Association;Mark Newton, Columbia University Libraries; Nicholas Wolf, NYU Libraries
Revisit the familiar or discover the unknown. Cross borders and journey across the world with nothing more than a few steps and an open mind. NYU World Tour invites you to celebrate the global and international experiences unique to NYU: Starting October 24th -28th, explore the diverse cultures that make this a vibrant place to learn, live, and work.
Visit nyu.edu/worldtour for details. NYU World Tour. Be in and of the world.
NYU Libraries has a great upcoming session for doctoral students offering practical information and strategies for those completing their PhD dissertations and considering how best to share their scholarly work–as journal articles or a book, in print and digital form. Topics include your rights as an author, how to think strategically about your publishing choices, what you need to know about copyright, and more. The session is led by Monica McCormick, Program Officer for Digital Scholarly Publishing in the Libraries and at NYU Press and April Hathcock, Scholarly Communications Librarian. The session will take place:
Thursday, October 20, 4-5:30pm in Bobst Library, Room 619 RSVP HERE