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    Graduate Happy Hour Social | 7:00-9:00 pm Wednesday, April 13th | The Half Pint 76 West 3rd Street

    Our monthly socials provide an opportunity for graduate students from across disciplines to mix and mingle. Socials include complimentary appetizers and drinks specials.

    Yoga4grads | 5:00-6:00 pm
    Wednesday, February 23, 2011

    Gallatin School of Individualize Study I Washington Place, Room 430 Through simple yoga postures and breath techniques yoga can reduce stress, increase energy, enhance performance, and improve concentration and overall mood. All are welcome and no previous yoga experience necessary. Check here to RSVP

    Grad NYC: A Midnight Summers Dream & discussion with the cast after the show!
    April 22, 2011 8:00-10:00 pm

    Set against a classical Athenian backdrop, A Midsummer Night’s Dream deals with the universal theme of love and its attendant complications: passion, lust, frustration, depression, confusion and of course, marriage. Click here for more information One complimentary ticket per student. To RSVP click here:







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April 12 , 2011

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Students in the Military Luncheon |
12:30-1:30 p.m.
Kimmel Center |Room 405

Come enjoy a free lunch with other students, faculty, staff and alum w
ho also have ties to the military. We hope that you will form connections and gain a better understanding about resources for our students in the military. Each lunch will
have a guest speaker providing resources for our students in the military. To RSVP, visit:

NYU ALLY Week April 11-15th
The Center for Multicultural Education and Programs and the NYU Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) Student Center in collaboration with our campus units invite YOU to help create a better NYU!

During the week of April 11th-15th we call on all the NYU students, staff and faculty to PLEDGE TO BE AN NYU ALLY to people of a different race, ethnicity, culture, sexual orientation, religious or spiritual belief, ability, gender identity/expression, economic class, or identity than their own. For more information, please visit http:

Graduate Students/Faculty of Color Dinner Series | 6:00-7:30 pm
Each Dinner Series allows for informal conversations between faculty and grad students over dinner. The theme allows for faculty to give ‘tips’ and other advice to graduate students through their own expertise or shared experience. This month’s dinner takes places in NYU’s Ally Week, so featured Professor Maria Montaya, Associate Professor of History, will share remarks on the importance of being an ally. In addition, she will speak to how students can think about the making and creation of history. Her work touches on thinking about who is telling the facts and how these stories are then told about the American past.

SCPS Writing Workshop | 6:30 p.m.
NYU Book Store

Meredith Sue Willis writer, author of Ten Strategies To Write Your Novel, Out of The Mountains will lead a workshop on Revising Your Book. The Department of Humanities, Arts, and Writing at NYU's School of Continuing and Professional Studies invites all new and experienced writers to a series of free creative writing classes at the new NYU Bookstore.

Master teachers from the Writing Program at SCPS will be lecturing on a range of writing skills, followed by writing exercises and time for discussion. Afterwards, instructors will sign copies of their books and offer additional advice to aspiring writers. Take advantage of this opportunity to sample NYU-SCPS courses and learn about the craft of writing.

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

FOUNDATIONS Training | 2:45 - 5:00 p.m.
The Center for Multicultural Education & Programs: Foundations Training offers a broad overview of the complexities of diversity issues in higher education and provides common language and shared theoretical framework for analyzing these issues with special attention to multiple identities such as race, class and religion. This is an introductory seminar and is open to undergraduate and graduate students. R
SVP required at Limited Space Available!

Graduate Happy Hour Social | 7:00-9:00 pm
The Half Pint 76 West 3rd Street
Our monthly socials provide an opportunity for graduate students from across disciplines to mix and mingle. Socials include complimentary appetizers and drinks specials.
Sponsored by NYU Student Resource Center Office of Graduate Life

Thursday, April 14, 2011

Reel Queer Film Series & Multiple Identity Film Series Presents: Fish Out of Water: Film Screening and Panel Discussion | 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Jeffrey S. Gould Welcome Center, 50 West 4th St.
Join us for the screening of the animated documentary, Fish Out of Water followed by a panel discussion with Darnell L. Moore, Zakiya Muwwakkil and Kelly Forbush. Fish Out of Water seizes the issue of homosexuality and the Bible, dissecting the impact it has had on American culture, politics, the LGBTQ community and the Christian Church as a whole. With animated historical clips and quirky interviews taken from barbershops to truck stops, the film will inspire, inform, and with hope, transform America. Sponsored by The NYU LGBTQ Student Center, The Center for Multicultural Education and Programs and The Center for Spiritual Life.

Apartment/Roommate Remix!
4:30 - 6:30 pm | Palladium Multipurpose Room, 3rd Floor

Need an apartment? Looking for a roommate? Join us at the Apartments & Roommates Remix and maybe you will find the face or place of your dreams! If not, you will enjoy the special Remix Menu of treats we've prepared! We'll also share tips for finding an apartment in the city, and advise you on the challenges of roommate living and learning in the real world! Co-sponsored by the Student Resource Center's Office of Graduate Student Life, Off-Campus Services and Office of International Students and Scholars. Oh, and treats will be served! RSVP:

Questions? Call: (212) 998-4507,

Saturday, April 16, 2011

Graduate Neighborhood Tours
Join us every Saturday and Sunday in the month of April as we explore different neighborhoods. These tours will be led by Graduate Resident Assistants who has spent time researching the neighborhoods; places to eat, shop, live. Whether you're interested in trying out new food, exploring the life of these neighborhoods, or planning for your move this summer, we will do our best to show you the ins and outs of what these neighborhoods can offer. Join us for one event or all!!! Space is limited to 30 people on each of these events. We ask that you only RSVP for dates that you can fully commit. Click here to RSVP

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Integrating Spirituality and Practice meeting | 4:00 p.m.
Kimmel Center | Room 909

We will be discussing the various mindfulness techniques that participants find useful in their practice.


Looking for a place to do your work? Bobst Library has a variety of spaces to fit your needs. Please see our guide to locate a space that matches your preferred research environment:

Be sure to check out our reservable graduate collaborative rooms. These rooms come in a variety of sizes, from small 1-2 person rooms, to 4-6 person rooms, to rooms that hold 10-12. To reserve a graduate collaborative room, please go here:

*NOW AVAILABLE: Seats in the Bobst Dissertation Writers' Rooms.
These rooms offer shared, quiet office space and are available to PhD students with approved dissertation topics. When subscribers arrive, they simply choose one of the numerous desks and work as long as they wish. Each room includes 10 partitioned desks, available on a first-come basis. Amenities include your own personal Moby (mobile storage cabinet), and state-of-the-art ergonomic furniture, including Aeron chairs and single seating tables and wireless.

We use a lottery system to assign subscribers to these rooms. To sign up for the lottery, go to this link:
More information about Dissertation Writers' Rooms can be found here:

Explore New York: Explore the World! With over 8 million people living in five boroughs, New York City is unlike any other. If you are interested in learning more about the diversity and heritage of NYC neighborhoods, join us for "Explore New York...Explore the World. Break bread with people from Croatia to Colombia. Learn about the arts, dance, and traditions of countries from Tanzania to Thailand. Hear the languages from around the world from Hungarian to Hindi. Join the listserv to learn about upcoming programs

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