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Commuter & Off-Campus Student Events

NYU Happenings

  • Apply to the Clinton Global Initiative - Deadline 11/30
  • Class Activity Board Meetings
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    Commuter & Off-Campus Student Events


    CSC Hunger Banquet
    Tuesday, November 20th, 2012

    12:30pm – 1:45pm, Kimmel Center, 914

    Tomorrow CSC will be hosting a Hunger Banquet to learn about hunger in NYC. Please stay the entire time of the banquet.

    CSC Presents: Commuter Morning Bites
    Thursday, November 29th, 2012

    9:30am – 11:30am, Kimmel Center, Commuter Lounge

    Come check out CSC's Commuter Morning Bites! They will provide you with FREE breakfast (coffee! donuts! bagels!) and a chance to come mingle with other commuters! Meet with Commuter Student Council to learn about the exciting events happening this year, and find out ways to get involved!

    Need help with Midterms? Attend an Upcoming Commuter Study Slam
    Tuesdays 12:30pm - 1:45pm
    Academic Resource Center 18 Washington Place Room LL05
    or Student Resource Center Conference Room

    The College Learning Center and Student Resource Center are hosting science study slams through-out the semester for students who commute. These programs will help you learn important test taking strategies, review material, and get prepared for the exam. View overall University Learning Center Schedule Here.
    General Physics 1 - Tuesday, November 27, 2012

    NYU Happenings

    Class Activity Board Meetings
    Class of 2013: Thursday from 12:30-1:30pm, Class of 2014: Tuesday from 1-2pm, Class of 2015: Monday from 5-6pm
    It's never too late to GET INVOLVED. Class Activities Boards are a great way for NYU undergraduate students to get involved with campus life, meet other active students, plan interesting and fun events, and gain valuable leadership experience. Attend a meeting next week in the NYU Student Resource Center (2nd Floor of Kimmel).

    Intergroup Dialogue Applications available! Deadline: December 2 by midnight
    Intergroup Dialogue (IGD) is a nationally recognized 1-credit course that brings together small groups of undergraduate students from diverse backgrounds to share their experiences and gain new knowledge related to diversity and social justice. This 8-week course takes place in the spring semester only and is facilitated by NYU Graduate Students. Credit is offered through the Department of Social Sciences and Humanities in the Professions within the Steinhardt School of Culture, Communication & Education. Questions? Contact jimmy.suarez@nyu.edu

    LiveWellNYU: Calling all Writers, Photographers, Filmmakers and Adventure Seekers! LiveWellNYU needs your ideas and talents!
    LiveWellNYU.com, an online space for NYU students by NYU students, is looking for bloggers, writers, filmmakers, social media enthusiasts and more to contribute to our quickly growing site. We’re all about helping students get access to deals, events, contests, ideas, and fun stuff. No media expertise needed! Come to one of our kickoff meetings to find out how to get involved in one of NYU’s fastest growing media outlets. Email us!

    Health Promotion Office: Relaxtion Station
    Monday – Friday from 3:30-4:30PM
    Health Promotion Office, Student Health Center, 726 Broadway (next to the NYU Bookstore)
    Mindful Mondays: Mindfulness activities and more! Toon-In Tuesdays: Cartoons and snacks; sometimes laughter really is the best medicine! Wind-Down Wednesdays :The ever-popular Stressbusters backrubs are back! Tuck-In Thursdays: Take a Power Nap with us! Fusion Fridays: Speed-Friending- mix & mingle and enjoy an international beverage!

    New 2-credit Course on Student Development in College
    HPSE-UE.1011: College Student Development

    Who are you socially? Morally? Religiously? Politically? Are you more than a SAT score? This course focuses on the role of student development theory and its use in helping students examine how they change as a result of college-going. Specifically, students will be able to construct a theoretical framework for understanding their epistemic orientations, their identity patterns, and how each informs their social relationships. Recitations will enable students to analyze how and why development occurs within specific educational contexts.Course taught by award-winning Professor Matt Mayhew.

    Free Cab Rides to the Airport!!!!!!!
    In light of the Thanksgiving Holiday, on November 21st we'll be giving away “free cab rides” to the airport (JFK, LaGuardia and Newark) for individuals in New York City who share the fare through our website. With the recent cab fare hike, we know how expensive it could be and thought this promotion would really help out the students, staff and faculty members. Courtesy of Shairporter.com!