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December 7, 2015

  

Monday, December 07, 2015

Professional and Advanced Diploma Information Session - December 7, 2015
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

NYU Event Space

You’ve earned some college credit or have graduated from college, but you need to do more to turn your job into a career. Differentiate yourself in the marketplace through NYUSPS Professional Pathways. Earn a Professional Diploma or an Advanced Diploma in as little as one semester and gain the competitive edge by acquiring in-demand skills in a growing field. Obtain the specialized knowledge to set you apart, as you benefit from career development modules that prepare you for the position you’ve always wanted. It’s the fastest, smartest way to reach your full potential.

Join us for an informative evening that will provide you with additional information about program content.

Learn about our new Professional Diplomas
(for those who have earned some college credit)

• Customer Intelligence Analytics
• Hospitality and Travel Services
• Hotel Operations
• Legal Interpreting (Mandarin Chinese/English)
• Legal Interpreting (Spanish/English)
• Medical Interpreting (Mandarin Chinese/English)
• Medical Interpreting (Spanish/English)
• Meeting and Convention Management

and our new Advanced Diplomas
(for those who have earned a college degree)

• Clean Energy
• Clinical Documentation Improvement for Professional Coders
• Clinical Documentation Improvement for Medical Professionals
• Cities and Urban Development
• Coaching
• Critical Infrastructure Preparedness
• Digital Media Translation and Localization
• Energy Finance: Fossil Fuels to Renewables
• Financial Planning
• Global and Resilient Cities
• Healthcare Informatics for Clinicians
• Monitoring and Evaluation: Project Management for the U.N., Governments, and NGOs
• Project Management
• Talent Agent Management
• Teaching English to  Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)

Gain an understanding of comprehensive career development online modules that will supplement your learning experience and prepare you to develop your résumé, search for the jobs that best fit your newly acquired skill sets, and interview effectively.

Click HERE to register today!

 

Global Terrorism: What the Data Says (and What it Leaves Out)
6:30 PM - 7:45 PM

Downtown

Special Event

Global Terrorism: What the Data Says (and What it Leaves Out)

Co-sponsored by the Institute for Economics and Peace

Monday, December 7, 6.30 - 7.45 pm
Center for Global Affairs, 15 Barclay Street, Room 430
 
The Global Terrorism Index, a comprehensive survey of key global patterns and drivers of terrorist activity in 162 countries, was developed to provide a neutral, fact-based resource for understanding trends and drivers of terrorism. It has documented sharp increases in the total number of terrorist deaths and incidents since 2000 as well as high levels of geographic concentration (in 2013, 80% of terrorist deaths occurred in only 5 countries). 
 
What are the key findings of the most recent Global Terrorism Index, released in November 2015? What does the Global Terrorism Index reveal about the key drivers of terrorist activity and the most successful strategies for addressing terrorism? What impact (if any) has research of this kind had on policymakers and the media? And equally importantly, what doesn’t the research tell us about terrorism? 
 
Please join us for a summary of the findings of the third edition of the Global Terrorism Index and a discussion of the broader challenges of developing an evidence-based approach to terrorism.
 
Moderated by Mark GaleottiClinical Professor, Center for Global Affairs
 
Panelists include:
Gary LaFreeExecutive Director, START 
Michelle BreslauerAmericas Program Director, Institute for Economics and Peace
Mary Beth Altier,Visiting Clinical Assistant Professor, Center for Global Affairs
Peter Romaniuk, Senior Fellow, Global Center for Cooperative Security
Richard Atwood, Director of Multilateral Affairs and Head of New York Office, International Crisis Group

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