264 Greene Street (map), 7:00 pm
One With NYU presents the insider’s guide to the New York City public and specialized high school admissions process with Elissa Stein, parent, advisor, and president of the Brooklyn Tech High School PTA and Jonathan Arak, a veteran test prep tutor and Hunter High alum who has worked with hundreds of students on their high school applications. Learn more and RSVP.
Kimmel Center for University Life (map), 11:00 am to 2:00 pm
The theme of the fifth annual NYU and VillageCare Community Health Forum and Expo is Living Longer – Aging with Attitude. The event begins with a health care expo at which participants can be tested for blood pressure and blood glucose, receive a massage, and gather important information about a variety of topics that matter to older adults and the people who care for them. View topics, speakers, and additional information.
NYU offers a support group for caregivers of people with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias. Facilitated by an Alzheimer’s Association trained group leader, the group will provide a consistent and caring place to discuss the challenges of care giving, share feelings and concerns, and find emotional support. Group members may also exchange information and educate themselves about dementia. The group meets weekly on the Washington Square campus from 12:30 to 1:30 pm, and is limited in size to help ensure full participation by all group members. If you have questions and/or are interested in becoming a member, please send an email for consideration and prescreening.
The Naughty Knitters is the Administrative Management Council's volunteer knitting and crocheting group at NYU. The Knitters meet twice monthly to create scarves, hats, and baby blankets for Visiting Neighbors, Care for the Homeless, the USO, and other area charities. Please send an email to participate in this campus-wide effort.
Active.com is the leading online community for people who want to discover, learn about, share, register for, and ultimately participate in activities about which they are passionate. Millions of active individuals engage each month to search and register online for races, team sports, and recreational activities; interact with others with similar interests; start online training programs; and access nutrition, fitness, and training tips. Discover the activities available near you!
Find more summer wellness resources, including Free Things To Do in New York City, City Parks Foundation's SummerStage, and much more!
As a valued member of the NYU community, you can take advantage of special discounts across a range of products and services. To access the list of cost saving discounts, which include mobile phones, car rentals, computers, entertainment and recreation events, and health and stress reduction services, visit Employee Discounts.
If you have any pressing life concerns, you can lean on Carebridge Life Resources. Carebridge provides NYU employees assistance with a variety of life issues, including health and wellness, financial and behavioral counseling, as well as child and elder care. These services also cover employee dependents, spouse, or domestic partner. Carebridge Life Resources is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Contact Carebridge at www.myliferesource.com or 800-437-0911. Reference NYU access code FTN59.