Category Archives: Students

Apply for the Social Sector Leadership Diversity Fellowship

Apply for the SSLD Fellowship Application Deadline: 11:59pm on January 10th, 2018 Are you a graduate student of color looking to join a vibrant community of peers from across NYU? Do you want to become a leader in the social sector? If you are graduating in May 2019,

Race, Spirit, and Justice at GSL

Race, Spirit, and Justice: A special evening with Shaun King (Justice Activist, Columnist for Daily News), Imam Khalid Latif (Executive Director, Islamic Center at NYU), Simran Jeet Singh (Faculty and Chaplain, NYU) and Rev. angel Kyodo Williams, Sensei (Author, Buddhist Priest), moderated by NYU Law Professor, Alina Das. What role do spiritual and religious

Deadline Approaching to Submit Your Proposal for the 2018 NASW National Conference!

Share Your Knowledge, Innovative Solutions and Strategies at NASW’s Meeting of the Profession— The 2018 NASW National Conference.NASW is accepting proposals for presentations at the 2018 NASW National Conference – Shaping Tomorrow Together, June 20-23, 2018, at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel in Washington, D.C. Call for Proposals

Trump Nation: The State of (In)equality One Year Later

On November 16, join New America NYC and the NYU McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research for a conversation on the prospects of solving inequality under the Trump Administration. One year into his electoral victory, Trump and his administration have made sweeping declarations for a new agenda to reform

Dear World at NYU

We are excited to announce that Dear World will be coming to NYU from November 7th – 9th. Dear World, in collaboration with the Student Senators Council, Commuter Student Council, and the Center for Student Life, is an internationally recognized art project that travels around the world

Indigenous and Diasporic Language Fair at NYU – Tuesday, November 7

This year, the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CLACS) is excited to be hosting a Language Fair that focuses on less-commonly taught languages! This special edition of #MotherTonguesUnited aims to celebrate the work of various language departments and centers throughout NYU while creating

LGBTQ & Asian: Tea Time

LGBTQ & Asian: Tea Time is a new monthly initiative by the LGBTQ Student Center to create space, bring together and celebrate queer and trans APID/A community, and discuss any and all related issues important to this community. This month, we will discuss topics relating

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Focus Group Opportunity + Free Food & Amazon Gift Cards!

Want the opportunity to help shape health programs here at NYU? If so, the Health Promotion Office wants to hear from YOU. Come join one (or both) of their focus groups and share your thoughts! Choose between two different groups: Individual Goal Setting – The