At our next Let’s Talk International, we’ll explore the skills we develop when working with people from different cultures or living in other countries. What are these valuable skills? How do we articulate them to others? How do they serve us personally and professionally?
Date: Tuesday, April 14, 2015
Time: 12pm – 1:30pm
Details: Click to register. Lunch is provided. Space is limited.
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.
Purchase through Ticket Central via the NYU Life tab in NYUHome, or in person.
Summer 2015 positions will be full-time, with assignments (depending on program) running between 6 and 9 weeks. We anticipate positions in programs such as Science of Smart Cities, Computer Science for Cyber Security, and Applied Research Innovations in Science and Engineering. Successful applicants will receive training in curricula as well as instructional practices.
The Center’s programs are hands-on, and seek to engage young people in STEM disciplines by emphasizing the ways in which the fundamentals of science, technology and engineering are applied to solve real-world problems and to discover new knowledge through research. In our programs, we primarily use materials and gear you would find in a lab environment such as microcontrollers, circuit components, and motors; demonstrations and experiments in the curricula are conducted with tools and techniques used by all manner of scientists and engineers.
We are seeking students with diverse STEM and education backgrounds, including engineering disciplines, computer science, biology, chemistry and the like. The Center offers a mission-oriented, supportive, rewarding and well-compensated work environment.
Looking for space to work on a collaborative project? Bobst Library has group study rooms available for your use! These rooms come in a variety of sizes, from small 1-2 person rooms, to 4-6 person rooms, to rooms that hold 10-12. Group study rooms may be reserved in advance for use by NYU students. They are located on Lower Levels 1 & 2, and floors 4 & 6. To reserve a graduate collaborative room: http://rooms.library.nyu.edu
For more information on Bobst’s group study room policies, procedures, and locations: http://library.nyu.edu/services/group_study.html
After a successful pilot year we are excited to begin recruiting a second cohort of students for 2015-2016! This yearlong fellowship, which is open to rising sophomores and juniors on the Washington Square Campus, will equip you with the knowledge and skills to expand your potential and capacity to work ethically, inclusively and collaboratively with others and impact the world in meaningful ways. The program offers:
- Leadership development workshops
- A 360-degree leadership assessment
- Individual leadership development
- One-on-one coaching with alumni leaders
- A team challenge for you to experience the core leadership processes of setting direction, aligning efforts, building commitment and delivering results.
Ask a peer and a faculty or staff member for a recommendation and apply by 12:00pm EST on May 4, 2015. You will need to be enrolled in New York City for the academic calendar Fall 2015 – Spring 2016 to be eligible to apply. Complete information, including application instructions, is available at: http://bit.ly/1Hz9QQP
If you know other students who might be a good fit for this program, please consider writing a recommendation letter in support of his or her application.
If you are involved in clubs on campus, student government, you are an RA or an OL, or maybe you’re thinking about becoming one, this program is for you!
Discover the skills employers and graduate programs seek from new graduates, and the best ways to talk about your student leadership experiences while networking or interviewing.
Facilitated by Justine Kelly-Fierro, Assistant Director
Showcasing Student Leadership Experiences
Monday, April 13, 2015
Pless Hall, 3rd Floor Student Lounge
Sign up for Action Zone: Bystander Intervention Leadership Training today!
NYU Steinhardt’s Office of Counseling & Student Services is working in partnership with NYU’s Health Promotion Office to offer Action Zone! on Friday, April 17, 2015 from 11am to 1pm in Pless Hall, 1st Floor Lounge. Lunch will be served.
Action Zone! NYU (formerly known as Step Up! NYU) is a bystander intervention training for risk reduction. Topic areas include, but are not limited to:
- eating disorders
- unhealthy relationships
- substance use
- mental health
- bias language
Studies show that most people want to help, but very few actually do. We explore this phenomenon as well as when to intervene and when not to; safe, early, and effective intervention; and pro-social behavior theory with interactivity and facilitated practice using Augusto Boal’s Forum Theatre model. By participating in the Action Zone! you can be a part of reducing risk and shifting cultural norms at NYU!
This opportunity is open to NYU Steinhardt students, faculty, and staff. Lunch will be provided.
Join NYUSteinhardt Against Cancer at the 13th annual Relay For Life at NYU, an overnight event dedicated to raising funds and awareness for cancer research, prevention, and treatment. Sign up with our team or create your own! We look forward to seeing you there!
For more information please click here.