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February 23, 2017

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Saturday, October 21, 2017

Twin Translation Conference Weekend 2017
10:00 AM

NYU Event Space

7th  Annual Translation Studies Research Symposium on Complexity and Translation: Friday, October 20, 2017 10:00AM-3:30PM

Since its first session was convened in 2007, the Nida School of Translation Studies has sought to advance research in translation through active collaboration with scholars from around the globe, bringing together diverse perspectives and methodologies, challenging traditional disciplinary boundaries, and encouraging original thinking about what translation is and where it takes place in a globalized world. As part of this effort, each fall since 2011, NSTS has held a high-level research symposium in New York City, a creative event that brings into dialogue varied perspectives on an established theme. Since 2015, the Center for Applied Liberal Arts at NYU’s School of Professional Studies has joined forces with NSTS and the San Pellegrino Foundation (Italy) to carry forward this tradition of a one-day translation-oriented research event. This year’s symposium on Friday, October 20 will focus on the theory of complexity, as we explore together the lessons and implications for Translation Studies that can be drawn from this dynamic field.

2nd Annual Translation Day Symposium on Technologies in Translation: Saturday, October 21, 2017 10:00AM-4:00PM

From mobile apps to CAT tools, machine translation and data management systems, the way in which translators and interpreters work has gone through significant transformation in recent years. How has this affected our profession and how do we prepare ourselves for the rapidly changing technologies in the future? How will these new technologies change the profile of the translator? In celebrating the 6th year of the NYUSPS MS in Translation, and as part of a twin conference with the Nida School of Translation Studies, NYUSPS Center for Applied Liberal Arts presents the 2nd Annual Translation Day Symposium on Saturday, October 21, 2017. This one-day event invites colleagues, students, and friends to converge and discuss issues around technologies and new media in translation and interpreting, while we reflect upon the state of the language profession and where it's headed. For more information and to register, please go to

Friday, October 27, 2017

CALA FALL 2017 FILM SERIES: THE BLACK CAT (1934)- Introduction: Eric Myers & Howard Mandelbaum
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

NYU Event Space

LIGHTS, CAMERA, DECO!: A Cinematic Celebration of Art Deco's International Influence. In conjunction with the Art Deco Society of New York. The Art Deco style arguably originated at the Exposition Internationale des Arts Decoratifs et Industriels in Paris in 1925, where it left  a mark on many designers including Cedric Gibbons, art director for the film Grand Hotel. The Art Deco style would appear in over 1500 films—from Metropolis to The Artist—across the following decades. Art Deco was a truly international style, influencing architecture, fashion, and the design of all objects from perfume bottles to cars. Art Deco moved away from the floral, ornamental patterns of the past to the streamlined, modern shapes of the future. At the same time it embraced and exoticized design motifs from Asia, South America, Egypt, and Africa. Art Deco’s clean and geometric lines complemented the black and white movies of the era and created enduring iconic cinematic images. Please join SPS’s Center for Applied Liberal Arts in collaboration with the Art Deco Society of New York this Fall in celebrating Art Deco’s impact on cinema around the world. RSVP at

Thursday, February 23, 2017

Sussex County Community College Transfer Fair
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Join us at the Sussex County Community College Transfer Fair in Newton, NJ! The NYUSPS McGhee Division for Undergraduate Studies delivers 9 Bachelors degrees with diverse majors and concentrations that provide in-depth professional training. Each program offers conveniently scheduled courses, credit for prior learning and seamless transfer policies. Students enrolled in NYUSPS McGhee Division for Undergraduate Studies receive one-on-one advising and individualized support from the time they are accepted until they graduate. Come meet one of our Admissions Officers to learn more about our undergraduate degrees and get answers to your questions about our application process.

This fair will take place at Sussex County Community College, Gym and E-Building Galleria, Newton, NJ.

NYUSPS Access Program Information Session
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

If you sense that you may not be ready for college or you are considering a less traditional path to a college education because of your grades or your performance on standardized testing, the NYUSPS Access Program may provide the alternative you seek. The 10-month NYU School of Professional Studies (NYUSPS) Access Program is designed for graduating high school seniors who want to sharpen their academic and career-focused skills, while deciding what comes next. This unique learning opportunity allows them to increase their readiness for college and/or the workforce through a curated set of courses that explores a professional field of their choosing and reinforces core academic competencies such as data literacy, and written and verbal communication. Cohort-based advisories led by an academic coach support students’ program success and help them to navigate the exciting transition that lies ahead. Upon successful completion of the Access program, students will have earned 24 college credits. Upon joining NYUSPS Access, students are also conditionally admitted into their choice of an associate’s degree program in Business, Healthcare Management or Information Systems. Those who are in good academic standing at the end of the NYUSPS Access program will have the option to continue their studies and complete their associate’s degree through the NYUSPS McGhee Division for Undergraduate Studies. Classes are held Friday (afternoons) and Saturday (mornings and afternoons).

To apply, you must be a high school senior scheduled to graduate high school in Spring 2017, and you must live in the NYC metropolitan area. NYUSPS Access is a non-residential program. Learn more:

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Summer Publishing Institute (SPI) On-Site Information Session
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Join us to learn more about our six-week, summer program (June 5 - July 14, 2017), developed specifically for recent college graduates who are interested in careers in the book, magazine, and digital media publishing industries. SPI, now in its 39th year, annually features more than 150 leading industry executives who serve as faculty members and speakers. Students attend lectures and workshops that explore key publishing issues; visit some of the top book, magazine, and digital publishing headquarters; and participate in a career fair. SPI awards six graduate credits to those who successfully complete the program. These credits may be applied to the M.S. in Publishing: Digital and Print Media program or to an advanced degree at another institution of higher education where the credits are deemed appropriate. Students may choose to apply to both programs and enter the graduate program in the fall with six credits of advanced standing after successful completion of SPI.

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Global Leaders: H.E. Archbishop Bernardito Cleopas Auza, Mission of the Holy See to the UN
6:30 PM - 7:45 PM


Global Leaders: Conversations with Alon Ben-Meir H.E. Archbishop Bernardito Cleopas Auza, Apostolic Nuncio and Permanent Observer, Mission of the Holy See to the United Nations, and Permanent Observer of the Holy See to the Organization of American States

Please note: this event has been rescheduled for Monday, February 27 at 6.30 pm. To register for this event, please click here.

Join Professor Ben-Meir in conversation with His Excellency Bernardito C. Auza on the role religion is playing in conflicts in the Middle East, as well as the impact of the refugee crisis on the region and in Europe. How is the Vatican and Pope Francis addressing these crises, and how might the Holy See use its diplomatic outreach to serve as a key interlocutor in global conflict resolution?


His Excellency Bernardito C. Auza was born in Talibon, Republic of the Philippines on 10 June 1959. He became an ordained priest for the Diocese of Tagbilaran on 29 June 1985; in 1986 he was incardinated to the newly created Diocese of Talibon. After earning a doctorate in Theology, he entered the diplomatic service of the Holy See in 1990 and served at the Apostolic Nunciature in Madagascar, in Bulgaria, and then in Albania. He then served in the Secretariat of State in the Vatican and from there was appointed to the Permanent Observer Mission of the Holy See to the United Nations in New York. He was appointed Apostolic Nuncio to Haiti on 8 May 2008 and was ordained Titular Archbishop of Suacia on 3 July 2008. On 1 July 2014, he was appointed Permanent Observer of the Holy See to the United Nations in New York, and as Permanent Observer of the Holy See to the Organization of American States on 16 July 2014.

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