Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Survey on Graduate Student Space in Bobst

Graduate Students: We want your feedback!

We've been working hard over the past few years at creating services that meet your needs, as well as creating spaces in Bobst Library that support your work.

Please take a short (5-10 minute) survey to tell us what you think of the changes we've been making.

Your responses will be kept only in aggregate, and you can answer the questions anonymously, though you will also have the option to leave your contact information if you'd like to participate further.


NYU Libraries Graduate Student Working Group

Monday, April 11, 2011

Congrats to Draper's Threesis Semi-Finalists: Whitney Johnson & Kyle Munkittrick

Draper extends its congratulations to Whitney Johnson and Kyle Munkittrick, who were among the 12 semi-finalists in Saturday's Threesis Challenge. Whitney presented on "Dialogs of Identity in Roman Antioch" and Kyle on "The Species Ethic and Human Enhancement."

A big hand for all of Draper's participants as well--each of the presentations were very well received by the judges and audience and represented the wide scope and high quality of the scholarly work being completed in Draper.


What to Do After Graduation: GSAS Master's College Seminar Tomorrow!

There is still time to register for tomorrow's GSAS Master's Seminar
What to Do After Graduation

Whether you are graduating this semester, in a year, or more, the time has come to consider what happens after graduation.

We have compiled a panel of employment and graduate admissions professionals who will cover both the application process for PhD. programs and the job seeking process for recent graduates. Discover what makes a strong application for doctoral programs as well as what makes you a strong candidate in the job hunt.

We will be holding the seminar in the Grad Commons.

The Grad Commons
Room 120 in the Silver Center
Tomorrow, Tuesday, April 12th
6 pm - 7:30 pm

To register, send an email with your name and the name of the event to