Steinhardt Student Affairs staff will be there with information about upcoming programs, events, and other involvement opportunities, as well as, free sweets and coffee/tea. We hope to see you there!
Sponsored by the Steinhardt Office of Student Affairs.
The Graduate Student Career Development Team offers an array of in-person and virtual events. Join them for this week’s offerings:
Alumni/Grad Networking: Using Your Advanced Degree in a Unique Way – Wednesday, April 13, 6:00pm – 8:00pm, Wasserman Center
Graduate Student Success Series: Leadership in the Workplace – Thursday, April 14, 1:00pm – 2:30pm, Kimmel Center, Suite 210
Dining for Success (Open to All Student!) – Thursday, April 14, 5:00pm – 8:00pm, the Torch Club (18 Waverly Place)
For more detailed information please visit the Wasserman Center for Career Development Center.
Co-Sponsored by Steinhardt’s Office of the Dean, join NYU’s Pride@Work for an Ally Week film screening of Out in the Night with the film’s director, blair dorosh walther and NJ4’s Renata Hill and Patreese Johnson. Poem by Patreese Johnson will be read by Cyd Charisse Fulton. Reflection and discussion to follow.
Monday, April 11, 2016 from 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM
NYU’s Global Center for Academic and Spiritual Life
238 Thompson Street, Room C-95
FREE and open to the PUBLIC
Out in the Night follows the story of the New Jersey 4; Renata Hill, Patreese Johnson, Terrain Daindridge, and Venice Brown. Revealing how race, socio-economic status, gender identity and sexual identity can be criminalized by the police, media and legal system, this is an important story and brilliant documentary.
The Steinhardt International Programming and Advocacy Committee (IPAC) is an unique leadership opportunity within the Steinhardt community that draws on the rich experiences of students to share their knowledge, their excitement or experiences of international study, and develop community with other students, with faculty, and the larger Steinhardt and NYU community. The Steinhardt IPAC is for globally minded undergraduate and graduate students to connect around ideas of intercultural exchange, international diversity, and being involved in student activities.
The Steinhardt IPAC is a student-led initiative that works with the Steinhardt Office of Student Affairs in the organization and promotion of activities which celebrate and engage the diversity of countries, cultures, perspectives, traditions, and values within the Steinhardt community. The Committee serves as a forum for communication and recommendation between the Steinhardt student population and the Steinhardt Office of Student Affairs on topics of intercultural exchange, international diversity, and the unique needs of the international student population.
Applications are open to both undergraduate and graduate students and are due by Thursday, April 21, 2016. You can apply online here.
To learn more about becoming an IPAC member, you can attend an information session hosted by the Office of Student Affairs on Wednesday, April 13 from 1:00-2:00 pm in the Pless Hall 3rd floor lounge. Applicants are highly encouraged to attend.
At a large urban institution with hundreds of micro-communities, it is often challenging to foster meaningful cross-cultural interactions. NYU Ally Week creates opportunities for students, faculty, and administrators to deepen their understanding of the experiences of others, and raise awareness of the individual and collective injustices that confront many in our society. Working from an intersectional and intercultural understanding of oppression, the entire campus community will be challenged to examine stereotypes and prejudice through events, a photo campaign, pledge stations, and social media!
To learn more about NYU Ally Week and events happening throughout the week visit: nyu.edu/allyweek
Faith Zone is a training workshop designed to promote spiritual and religious literacy and dialogue. NYU students, faculty, and staff members can participate this training to become Faith Zone certified. Breakfast will be served.
Faith Zone Trainings (FZT) are a resource for students, faculty and staff on campus who desire innovative and participatory training, contextualized resources, and honest dialogue about religion & spirituality. Based upon the Safe Zone model which is used to educate groups about the LGBTQ community, these FZT sessions take a dual approach that integrates theory and practice.
In doing so, FZT engages participants in activities which will increase religious literacy and offer practical tools for learning about religion and spirituality.Topics covered include reflecting on personal experiences with faith and spirituality, examining the global and local context for various religious traditions represented at NYU, as well as discussing tips for creating a safe and welcoming environment in one’s office, residence hall, student group or classroom.
Participants will receive a certificate of completion and placard to display verifying the completion of the training.
The Undergraduate Student Government is now accepting Executive Board applications for the 2016-17 school year.
Applications are due Friday April 8th by 5pm. Speeches are held the following Monday, April 11th, at 6:30pm with interviews following at 8pm. If you have any questions, feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org.