The Steinhardt International Programming and Advocacy Committee (IPAC) is a 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 international and U.S. domestic undergraduate and graduate students to connect with ideas of intercultural exchange, international diversity, and being involved in student activities. The Steinhardt International Programming and Advocacy Committee (IPAC) is a student-led initiative that promotes the celebration of the diversity of countries, cultures, perspectives, traditions, and values within Steinhardt through programming that facilitates community building. The Committee advocates for the needs of the international student population in collaboration with the Steinhardt Office of Student Affairs.
Online applications must be submitted by 5:00 pm on Monday, April 8, 2019. To learn more about becoming an IPAC member, you can attend an information session hosted by the Office of Student Affairs on Monday, April 1st from 3:00-4:00pm on the 2nd floor of Pless Hall (82 Washington Square East).
Save the Date! Starting October 22 – 25th, the NYU Leadership Initiative will be offering university-wide events and workshops to explore how to identify, build, and activate a network of developmental relationships. The entire NYU community is invited to engage in interactive workshops and hear from featured guest speakers. Throughout the week, students will examine common networking misconceptions, understand different relationships, and learn how to gain the support needed to advocate for themselves and for others.
Get ready to hear from all-star speakers, grab giveaways, and take your leadership to the next level. See the full schedule and register at bit.ly/LeadershipWeek2018!
And help make the week a success by signing up for a volunteer shift on our website. Volunteers play a critical role in fostering inclusive leadership at NYU, have the opportunity to meet new peers, and take home a swag bag.
When working with TGNC/NB people, it is important to consider the multiple identities they hold in order to best support them. This talk, led by Brooke Donatone, Ph.D., LCSW, NYU Counseling & Wellness Services, will address the complexity of coming out issues when people may have different understandings of what coming out means to them and where/if/how this takes place based on multiple identities.
Date: October 18, 2018
Time: 12:30 – 1:45 pm
Place: Pless Hall 3rd Floor Student Lounge, 82 Washington Square South East
Award: The Churchill Scholarship covers all University and College fees. Churchill Scholars receive a living allowance, an allowance of up to $1,500 for travel to and from the United Kingdom, as well as reimbursement of applications fees for a UK visa and health surcharge.
Description: The Winston Churchill Foundation of the United States awards 14 Churchill Scholarships each year, depending on its funding levels, for either the Master of Philosophy or the Master of Advanced Study at the University of Cambridge in science, mathematics, and engineering. If interested in applying for the Churchill, please identify a program of study first. Learn more at our website.
The Office of Undergraduate Admissions is seeking undergraduate and graduate volunteers with a passion for increasing access to higher education to assist a middle school outreach initiative called College Connections. College Connections provides an engaging information session and brief campus tour, which introduce middle school students to the landscape of higher education. Our goal is to get students excited about college and equip them with tips and resources necessary to prepare for the application process. Volunteers will receive training from the Diversity Initiatives team. If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity, please email Tysha Vulcain-Murrell at email@example.com.
“Human rights” has emerged as a prominent concept for justice among scholars, activists, politicians, aid workers, and NGO officials. It has wide use and powerful reach and yet remains contested and fluid. What opportunities does the invocation of “human rights” enable, and what does it constrain? How do we understand the intellectual genealogy of human rights? Is human rights a terrain of resistance, or is it the new orthodoxy? Does the existence of widespread injustice prove that human-rights-based social change efforts are ineffectual, or does it prove that such efforts need to be expanded and empowered? The Gallatin Human Rights Initiative seeks to catalyze critical reflection and engagement with these and related questions.
The Gallatin Global Fellowship in Human Rights is a year-long program that supports selected NYU students with up to $5,000 in funding to focus on these issues while working with human rights organizations. Fellows pursue extended projects and internships (including research and report writing) for the host organization during the summer. The fellowship aims to allow students to contribute to the host organizations’ work while gaining experience in the human rights field in ways that complement their academic trajectory at NYU.
Plan Ahead: Catalog and some services unavailable on January 5th
Due to a necessary upgrade, the Library Catalog (BobCat) as well as E-ZBorrow, Interlibrary Loan (ILL), Course Reserves, and our Room Reservation system will not be available between 7:30-11:00 AM EST on January 5th, 2017.
We apologize for the inconvenience and will get our systems up and running as quickly as possible.
Join Professor Joe Salvatore, Educational Theatre and Jeanne Bannon, Director of Counseling & Student Services for an interactive workshop on effectively managing your time and getting organized as a graduate student at NYU Steinhardt!