As we’re working towards getting back to our normal routines, it is important to consider the impact the storm may have had on your emotional state. Witnessing a natural disaster like a hurricane can be overwhelming and the experience of losing power, losing access to care, evacuating your home, and the disruption of your routine can be unsettling.
We’d like to encourage you to take a quick inventory of yourself now that some time has passed since the storm (though clearly, there are many who continue to cope with tremendous hardship). Please click here for more information about What Can Help, What Doesn’t Help and When Do I Need Extra Help?
- David Wiley, father of the open- and reusable learning objects movement
- Diana Rhoten, formerly Senior Vice President for Strategy in the new Education Division at News Corp. and currently Chief Strategy Officer at News Corp’s amplify.com
- Audrey Watters, a writer and blogger who has reported on education and technology for KQED, Inside Higher Education, and ReadWriteWeb; she runs the blog Hack Education
- Dr. Christopher Hoadley, Co-Director of Steinhardt’s Program in Educational Communication and Technology, and my partner in Information Futures, will serve as moderator.Location: CREATE Lab, 196 Mercer Street, 8th Floor. Friday, November 30, 1-2:30.
The Faculty Affairs Office is pleased to announce that the deadline for Steinhardt nominations for the 2012-2013 Distinguished Teaching Award (DTA) has been extended to November 26 due to Hurricane Sandy. The DTA highlights NYU’s commitment to teaching excellence and is given annually to outstanding members of the faculty. Recipients are presented with a medal and a monetary award.
Students, faculty, and alumni are invited to submit nominations to their school’s DTA Representative. To find your School Representative and for additional information about the award, please visit the DTA website at
For additional questions, contact the Faculty Affairs Office at firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you know an outstanding faculty member? Have you had a class with a professor who embodied the spirit of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.? Do you have a professor who has had an impact on the community and YOU?
If so, NOW is the time to nominate an outstanding faculty member!
The Provost’s Office is now accepting student nominations of faculty for the prestigious Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Faculty Award. It could be through their teaching and inspiration or through their work outside the classroom: their activism, leadership or community building. You can click the through the link above through Friday, Nov. 30, 2012. For more information please visit the MLK Faculty Award website.
American Psychological Association MFP Fellows receive much more than financial support; they join a community committed to their success. Fellows are mentored by leading ethnic minority psychologists and become part of a lifetime network of professional psychologists interested in ethnic minority behavioral health issues.
Fellowship Opportunities (Click for more information)
• Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services Predoctoral Fellowship
This fellowship is aimed at those pursuing doctoral degrees in clinical, counseling, and school psychology, as well as other behavioral health services or policy areas.
• Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services Postdoctoral Fellowship
This fellowship is aimed at early career doctoral recipients who are interested in developing a career in behavioral health services or policy.
About the Minority Fellowship Program
The APA MFP is an innovative, comprehensive, and coordinated training and career development program that promotes psychological and behavioral outcomes of ethnic minority communities. MFP is committed to increasing the number of ethnic minority professionals in the field and enhancing our understanding of the life experiences of ethnic minority communities. The application deadline is January 15
For more information or to apply, please visit our web site at www.apa.org/pi/mfp
Jessica Rodriguez | Program Coordinator, Minority Fellowship Program
Public Interest Directorate, American Psychological Association
750 First Street NE, Washington, DC 20002-4242
Tel: 202.336.6127 | Fax: 202 336.6012 | email:email@example.com
New York University is proud to announce the second annual NYU Bickel & Brewer Global Debate Program, which promotes civil discourse among students in preparation for leadership and service.
The Global Debate Program, coordinated by the College of Arts and Science, is currently accepting applications from students who wish to participate. Teams will be formed this semester and they will begin their research on the selected topic, which this year is, “Increased taxes on the wealthy will not improve the global economy.” In the spring semester, knock-out rounds (in NYC and through video to accommodate students abroad) will reduce the field to a “Sweet 16.” The final rounds take place in April and culminate in an awards ceremony with scholarship prizes (up to $5000) to members of the top teams.
For more information about the Global Debate Program and to participate, visit www.nyu.edu/cas/globaldebate or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit our office: Academic Resource Center (ARC), 18 Washington Place, rm. LL18
Hours: Mon–Wed 9am–12pm, Tues–Thurs 9am–3pm
The Steinhardt School encourages members of the community affected by Hurricane Sandy to share your photos with us and tell us your story. We want to see what you saw, how you helped, and how you are doing.
Please visit http://steinhardt.nyu.edu/sandyaftermath/ to view what others have posted and to add your own photos and personal experiences.
The NYU Reynolds Program in Social Entrepreneurship is pleased to continue the 2012-13 Social Entrepreneurship in the 21st Century Speaker Series
Join us on December 5, 12:00pm – 1:30pm for an engaging and interactive afternoon with Colin Beavan (aka “No Impact Man”), Author, Activist, Green Party Congressional Candidate, and Executive Director of the No Impact Project. The event takes place at NYU Wagner’s Rudin Family Forum in The Puck Building, 295 Lafayette Street, 2nd floor, New York, NY. It is free and open to the public, but space is limited and an RSVP is required by clicking here or by cutting and pasting http://bit.ly/beavanRSVP into your browser.
Named by MSN as one of the “Ten Most Influential Men” and chosen as an “Eco-Illuminator” by Elle Magazine, Colin is an author, filmmaker and one of the world’s best known spokespeople on environmental issues, consumerism and human quality of life. In his talk “To Hell With Sustainability” Colin will discuss how the limited objectives of standard sustainability programs must be expanded in order to save the planet, improve human quality of life, and make “sustainable” business attractive to customers.
Now in its seventh year, the Social Entrepreneurship in the 21st Century Speaker Series features a remarkable selection of social entrepreneurs and related leaders who have launched extraordinary programs, companies and movements addressing the most pressing challenges of the 21st century. Reflecting the NYU Reynolds belief that social entrepreneurship is a meta-profession drawing on cross-disciplinary knowledge and practice, the series presents prominent social entrepreneurs and leaders from across the spectrum of public and professional sectors who will share their insights as cutting-edge, far-reaching change makers.
To learn more about the NYU Reynolds Speaker Series, and to access our audio and video library of previous speakers, click here or cut and paste http://bit.ly/p9Y2 into your browser. The audio and video library is also available from the podcast section of iTunes. Search NYU Reynolds Program.
To learn more about the NYU Reynolds Program in Social Entrepreneurship, please visit us at http://www.nyu.edu/reynolds.
Wednesday, November 14, 2012, 12pm -3pm
Research Commons | Fifth Floor | Bobst Library
RSVP by registering here: http://bit.ly/GISnyu
What is GIS? A geographic information system (GIS) is a system designed to capture, store, manipulate, analyze, manage and present all types of geographically referenced data. – ESRI. GIS enables users to integrate various data into one system, overlay map layers, analyze and model spatial data and, finally, visualize the results in maps, reports and charts. GIS can be used to represent any data which has a geographic component and is currently utilized in many fields including urban and regional planning, disaster planning and emergency management, natural resource management, environmental planning, public health, public utility, engineering, weather forecasting, history, archeology, political science, food science, housing, and many more. http://nyu.libguides.com/GIS