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NYU faculty are invited to attend Global Conversations, a program of discussions and workshops designed to create an opportunity for faculty to learn about a range of current global study initiatives, innovations, and challenges; to engage in discussion about the role of study away in an NYU education; and to open up new avenues for creative thinking and cross-disciplinary collaboration in academic programming at the global sites.

Additional events will be posted as information becomes available. If you have questions, please email us at global.conversations@nyu.edu.

Studying the City: Scholarly and Pedagogical Opportunities in NYU's Global Network

Tuesday, April 2, 2019 — 3:30 to 4:45 p.m.
Kimmel Center 912

NYU’s global sites and campuses present unique opportunities for students and faculty to study and learn from the city in a global context. Panelists will discuss how the global network can support scholarship, teaching, and research on urban issues around the world, from transportation and housing to social movements and media representations.

Using the Global Network to Advance Interdisciplinary Collaboration and Research

Wednesday, April 3, 2019 — 3:30 to 4:45 p.m.
Kimmel Center 914

This panel will highlight a range of channels through which the global network opens up space for faculty at NYU to cut across typical institutional and disciplinary boundaries to develop new relationships, build creative collaborations, and advance interdisciplinary research and ideas.

NYU Global Engagement Symposium

Faculty are also invited to attend the NYU Global Engagement Symposium on April 5. The Symposium showcases the achievements of NYU undergraduates in local engagement and research during their time studying away across the global network. Details of the program are available here.