The NYU School of Professional Studies (NYUSPS) is pleased to offer a new NYUSPS Curated Lectures experience. Immerse yourself in an environment that will stimulate your curiosity and encourage you to learn and grow.
During this one-day series of lectures, sample content that spans across a breadth of interesting and timely topics. Presentations are delivered by NYUSPS faculty members, as well as by renowned guest lecturers, including authors, architects, historians, and others. They bring their area of expertise to life, engaging you in lively discussion and interaction.
Whether you’re interested in an enriching day of exploring the issues that matter most to you, or you seek an opportunity to experience what it’s like to be a student again, this program provides the option to survey the vast array of subject matter offered at NYUSPS.
NYUSPS Curated Lectures
Friday, May 12, 2017
The day begins with a morning keynote presentation by Professor Ralph Buultjens, a renowned historian and author, and the recipient of the Toynbee Prize in Social Science.
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Following the keynote presentation, choose from a menu of hour-long lectures that will run over the course of three breakout sessions.
|Coffee and light refreshments will be served in the morning,
and you will have a lunch break to explore local restaurants on your own.
Invite your friends and make a day of it! Meet new people who are interested in increasing their knowledge and in expanding their horizons.
Schedule and Lecture Options
10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Keynote by Professor Ralph Buultjens
11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. (Choose from one of six lectures)
1:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. (Choose from one of five lectures)
2:45 p.m. – 3:45 p.m.(Choose from one of five lectures)
The Center for Applied Liberal Arts is also offering various exciting courses this summer:
Arts – studio art, art history & architecture, photography, arts administration,appraisal studies, fashion, art business
Design – 3D design and product development, graphic design, interior design
Film – filmmaking and producing, film studies, film and tv writing, audio and visual effects
Humanities – history, literature, philosophy & religion, theater, music, acting, communication, New York City metropolitan studies
Languages – Spanish, Arabic, Swedish, and more
Publishing – editing, book publishing, magazine and website publishing
Translation and Interpreting – legal, medical, simultaneous, consecutive, transcreation, literary media
Writing and Communications– professional writing, journalism, creative nonfiction, fiction & poetry, writing for screen and stage