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Grads NYC: Circa U.S. PremiereFriday | March 4, 2011 Kimmel Center- Skirball Ball | 60 Washington Square South | 8:00-10:30 pm
CIRCA sophisticated signature style fuses contemporary dance with acrobatics and an immersive use of powerful soundtracks, light, projection and theatrical flair. The result is a new kind of circus, at once poetic, sensual and immense. CIRCA comes to the Skirball Center from Australia for their U.S. premiere with a blaze of reviews and public acclaim following performances at the Sydney Opera House, Galway Arts Festival, Dublin Theatre Festival and Londonís Barbican. What CIRCA does has amazed, astonished and thrilled audiences in over 18 countries around the world.

FREE ticket for CIRCA. Dessert and discussion after the show, $5 copay required. Our monthly programs provide an opportunity for graduate students from across disciplines to network and build community! To secure your ticket please drop off your $5 copay at The Office of Graduate Life. Located at 4 Washington Square Village, Room 1C (between Mercer and Bleecker). click here

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Grads Trip to MoMA | 12:30-2:30 pm | 4 Washington Square Village | corner of Mercer and Bleecker | Room 1CThe Museum of Modern Art fuels creativity, ignites minds, and provides inspiration. With extraordinary exhibitions and the world's finest collection of modern and contemporary art, MoMA is dedicated to the conversation between the past and the present, the established and the experimental. Our mission is helping you understand and enjoy the art of our time.

FREE roundtrip metro card per student, space is limited. Please arrive no later than 12:30 pm. To RSVP click here








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February 23, 2011


Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Financial Aid Information Sessions

All students are invited to attend any of our Financial Aid Information Sessions, which are offered each year to assist students with the financial aid application procedure and to review and answer questions about every aspect of the student aid process. Our counselors explain how to avoid common mistakes and how to maximize your eligibility for all types of aid programs. Special attention is given to the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and also to the Master Promissory Note (MPN) process for those seeking federal loans. We encourage you to attend one of these sessions; they are open to all NYU students regardless of the listed school location.

Consult this schedule regularly for updates and corrections. Additional dates and times will be provided when information becomes available.

February 23
Undergraduate and Graduate Students
6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Study Abroad
19 University Place, Room 102

February 28
Undergraduate and Graduate Students
6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Study Abroad
5 Washington Place, Room 101

Yoga4Grads Series February 23, 2011| 5:00 - 6:00 pm
Gallatin School of Individual Study | 1 Washington Square Place 4th floor | room 430

Experience and research suggest yoga is a powerful tool for addressing symptoms of stress such as muscle tension, poor concentration, fatigue, insomnia and more. Through simple yoga postures and breath techniques yoga can reduce stress, increase energy, enhance performance, improve concentration and overall mood.
All are welcome and no previous yoga experience necessary. Please Bring your your own yoga mats! To RSVP click here

Graduate Students of Color Social at Negril Village | 5:00 - 9:00 pm
70 W. 3rd St between LaGuardia & Thompson

Socials are an opportunity for graduate students across disciplines to interact with one another and other members of the NYU community. Socials include complimentary appetizers and drink specials. All are invited! Must have proper ID (21+).
In partnership with the NYU Steinhardt Graduate Student Organization and the NYU Wagner Black Student Alliance.
For more information, please contact

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Resumes & Cover Letters that Work | 11:00-12:00 pm
Your resume and cover letter are your introduction to potential employers. This is your first step toward obtaining that coveted job interview. Learn resume and cover letter writing techniques to best reflect your qualifications and experience. Discover ways to highlight your internships, student activities, volunteer and leadership experiences. To RSVP, log-in to NYU CareerNet and select "Events""Seminars

Sponsored by Wasserman Career Center for Career Development

Still Breaking Chains | 5:00 – 7:00 pm
The Kimmel Center| room 907

An interactive interrogation of the prison industrial complex led by the activist-scholar duo Marcella Runell Hall and Piper Anderson and students of NYU’s ‘Lyrics on Lockdown’ course in the Gallatin School of Individualized Study.
Student panelists include: Maya Cohen, Michelle Jackson, Lily Hoffman & Saraevelyn Lowitz
Sponsored by African Heritage Month & the Center for Multicultural Education & Programs.

From Slavery to Freedom | 7:00 pm
Cantor Film Center | 36 E. 8th St.

The highly successful show was originated by the French screen actor Stany Coppet, and originally performed in Paris. A cast of excellent actors read the inspirational texts of Aime Cesaire, Malcom X, Alexandre Dumas, Frederick Douglass, Leon-Gontran Damas, Huey P. Newton and Frantz Fanon.
Starring: Paul Calderon, Dolores Chaplin, Stany Coppet, Vondie Curtis Hall
For information, please contact Ash Bhalla at

Friday, February 25, 2011

Graduate Tour | 12:00 - 1:00 pm
4 Washington Square Village | corner of Mercer and Bleecker | Room 1C

(You can enter building 4 on Bleecker Street and the Office of Graduate Student Life is straight through the lobby).
Join us for our weekly tour for prospective and incoming graduate students. This tour will help you navigate NYU and highlight important office locations and resources. RSVP at students.html

Safe Zone Trainings this semester: Reserve your spot TODAY! NYU LGBTQ Ally Safe Zone Training Sessions!

This three hour training session provides a foundation of knowledge needed to be an effective ally to LGBTQ students.

Safe Zone I
Friday, February 25, 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Tuesday, April 12, 1:45 PM - 5:00 PM
Thursday, April 14, 1:45 PM - 5:00 PM

The NYU LGBTQ Student Center has developed a training that builds on concepts covered in Safe Zone I. The Dismantling Heterosexism and Institutional Oppression training module and defines and provides concrete examples of heterosexism; identifies how it manifests on individual, cultural and institutional levels and provides participants with tools and strategies for challenging heterosexist practices and behavior on all of these levels. **This training is open to all students and staff that have completed a Safe Zone I training within the past two years.

Safe Zone II Programs:
Dismantling Heterosexism & Institutional Oppression
Friday, April 1, 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM

If you have questions regarding the registration form or the Safe Zone program contact us at or at 212.998.4424.

Register on-line at:


Saturday, February 26, 2011

13th Annual All University Games | 6:00pm- 10:00pm (Coles Sports Center)
Description: Come and represent your school in Sumo Wrestling, Volleyball, Tug-of-War, Basketball, Banner Contest, Foosball, Rock Paper Scissors and Dodgeball
Sign-up: 212-998-2234
Sponsored by NYU Student Senators Council
in School of Individualize Study

PhilanthrophyNYU new Fall issue is now available

The Editorial Board of PhilanthropyNYU has announced the launch of its Fall
2010 issue at The e-journal published in
conjunction with the George H. Heyman Jr., Center for Philanthropy and
Fundraising showcases scholarly and practical insight from some of the
nation¹s preeminent educators, fundraisers, grantmakers, and emerging
leaders of the philanthropic sector.

Wednesday, March 9, 2011
Integrating Spirituality and Practice next meeting | 7:00 pm
Hopper Studio, 1 Washington Square North
Dr. Evan Senreich will be speaking to us on "Respecting Each Client's View of the Unknown: An Inclusive Definition of Spirituality for Social Work Practice".
Integrating Spirituality and Practice is a student group formed in 2010 for the purpose of exploring the intersectionality of spiritual practice and social work. Some members of the group have long-term spiritual and healing practices, and are engaged in discovering how the knowledge and skills gained from these disciplines might be integrated into our development as social workers, clinicians, and therapists. The group meets once a month, and welcomes students of all faiths, backgrounds, and experiences to participate.
Please E-mail if you wish to be included on our list.

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