The fifth annual NYU Global Engagement Symposium was held on Friday, April 5th on NYU's New York campus at 19 Washington Square North. In an interconnected global network that sees internationally focused student achievement at NYU span six continents and many of the world's most dynamic cities, the symposium is a nexus for undergraduate student presenters to come together and share their accomplishments in global engagement. Participants will gain valuable experience fostering global conversations in a formal conference setting, as well as demonstrate the many ways NYU's global network can be utilized to achieve goals in independent research and personal development.
Undergraduate international students, study away participants, and exchange students with internationally focused engagement experience, including:
Faculty and staff interested in being involved with the symposium, click here.
Every year, two outstanding presenters are selected from students nominated by institutions nation-wide to receive The Forum on Education Abroad's Award for Academic Achievement Abroad. Recipients of this prestigious award are invited (all expenses paid) to present their work at The Forum's national conference. Outstanding Symposium presenters will be automatically considered to receive one of NYU's two nominations for the award.