Mind the Gap: An Intercultural Competence Workshop
In an increasingly global world, the term “intercultural competence” is commonly used, but what does it really mean? This workshop explores what intercultural competence is, how it benefits individuals and communities, and how we can grow our competencies. Participants will leave with a deepened awareness of how their own communication preferences can impact cross-cultural interactions.
Date: Friday, October 3, 2014
Time: 11:30 am – 2 pm
Details: Click to register and learn more. Lunch is provided. Space is limited.
Free sweets and coffee/tea at the first Tea at 3 of the academic year! Steinhardt Student Affairs staff will be there with information about October’s programs, events, and other involvement opportunities.
Date: Tuesday, September 30, 2014
Time: Come by between 3-4 PM
Location: Pless Hall 1st Floor Lounge, 82 Washington Square East
Sponsored by the Steinhardt Office of Student Affairs.
The Graduate Dean’s Hour is an event held to provide graduate students with an arena to begin the networking process within the Steinhardt Community. During these receptions students are able to enjoy light refreshment while discussing various topics with Deans, administrators and fellow students!
Join us for the Graduate Dean’s Hour on Thursday, October 2nd, in Pless Hall (82 Washington Square East), on the 3rd floor in the Student Lounge from 3:30pm – 4:30pm. We invite you to meet and greet Steinhardt’s new Dean, Dr. Dominic Brewer!
We look forward to seeing you there!
We are pleased to announce that the New York State Intern Committee is looking for candidates for the 2015 Session Internship Program! The Session Internship Program offers a strong evaluated, educational program taught by a Professor-In-Residence, combined with informative Issue Policy Forums, Mock Session, Annual Awards Ceremony and valuable career experience.
This paid internship is offered to both Undergraduate (juniors & senior only) and Graduate Students in a college degree program, from any major. There is no application fee.
All undergraduate students must submit their application by Friday, October 24, 2014 by 4:30 p.m. to the following:
Office of Student Affairs
Pless Hall, 2nd floor (82 Washington Square East)
Attention: Nija M. Leocadio
All graduate students can submit their application directly to the intern committee by October 31, 2014
The Steinhardt Office of Student Affairs invite the NYU Naughty Knitters to share their talents with the NYU community. We are hosting some good crochet and knitting fun. Amateurs and experts are welcome! All completed items will go to a charitable cause in our community. We invite you to come out and explore this most enjoyable and relaxing craft. Lunch will be served.
This event will be held on Wednesday, October 1, 2014 from 12:00-2:00 PM in the Pless Hall 3rd Floor Lounge.
Spaces are limited. Please RSVP here.
The Global Engagement Symposium Committee is thrilled to announce our Symposium that will be held on November 21, 2014 from 10 am to 2 pm in the Kimmel Center. This event is a nexus for a diverse body of undergraduate student presenters to come together and exchange global engagement achievements (local community service, internships/work experience, research and independent studies, international student clubs and organizations). In doing so, participants will gain valuable experience fostering global conversations in a formal conference setting. Learn more at: http://www.nyu.edu/global/global-academic-centers/global-engagement-symposium.html
Want to be a presenter at the Symposium? To find out if you are eligible to submit a proposal, go to: https://www.nyu.edu/global/global-academic-centers/global-engagement-symposium/submit-a-proposal.html
September 19th, 2014, 5:00-7:00PM, Kimmel Center for University Life, Eisner & Lubin Auditorium RSVP Required
Moderated by Dana Burde, Assistant Professor of International Education, NYU Steinhardt
Executive Director, Children’s Rights Division, Human Rights Watch
Visiting Assistant Professor of History, Wheaton College
New York Correspondent, AFP
Malala Yousafzai, the schoolgirl who was shot by the Taliban, has become a symbol for girls’ education in the West. This panel will discuss the dichotomy of the West’s acclamation and the East’s mistrust of Malala’s actions and aims and the effects this has had on girl’s education world wide. Specifically, the panel aims to address the questions: What has or has not changed in the field of girls’ education? Has the number of NGO projects addressing girls’ education increased? Has the “Malala phenomenon” changed things for better or worse? What does Malala’s fame in the West mean for girls’ education around the world? What is next for girls’ education in Pakistan?
For more information about the speakers, and to register for this event, click here.
NYU Kimmel Center, 60 Washington Square South Monday 22 September, 4.30 – 6.00 pm. Followed by a public gathering in Washington Square Park at 6:00pm.
Rally with youth leaders from over 100 countries as they launch a global call to action – the #UpForSchool petition – to demonstrate unprecedented support for education. Joining the youth will be international leaders including UN Special Envoy Gordon Brown, international advocate Graca Machel, #BringBackOurGirls leader Hadiza Bela Usman, Avaaz founder Ricken Patel, Rovio & Angry Bird’s Peter Vesterbacka, UN Youth Envoy Ahmad Alhendawi, A World at School co-founder Sarah Brown, and CNN’s Isha Sesay. The event will also feature the UN Special Envoy for Global Education’s Youth Courage Awards. Space is limited: please RSVP at www.aworldatschool.org/rally
Please arrive for event registration no later than 3:30 pm; program will start promptly at 4:30. The public are welcome and encouraged to attend the #UpForSchool Rally in Washington Square Park from 6:00 pm
You are invited to a special Luncheon to learn more about the Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowship
When: Tuesday, September 23, 2014 from 12-:00pm; Where: The Green Room, 907, Silver Center
The Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans awards 30 fellowships annually to immigrants or children of immigrants pursuing a graduate degree (including, but not limited to MD, PhD, JD, MBA, MPH, MPP) for up to $90,000 in support over two years. Program Director Craig Harwood, as well as some current fellows who attend NYU, will be providing an overview of the program and answering questions you may have regarding the application process. Refreshments will be served. For more information and eligibility criteria, visit http://www.pdsoros.org.