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May 22, 2015 - June 20, 2015

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Wednesday, May 27, 2015

NYU School of Professional Studies Alumni Summer Mixer and Networking Event
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Dear NYU SPS Alumni,

You are invited to the NYU School of Professional Studies Alumni Summer Mixer and Networking Event!

Mark your calendar: Wednesday, May 27, 2015, 6:00-8:00pm, at Convene, 101 Park Avenue at 41st Street. The evening will begin with a networking session and a dynamic ice breaker activity that will allow you to meet alumni from across the school. Summer specialty drinks and food will be available and Center for Global Affairs alum Go Katayama will be our DJ playing witty, smart and up-tempo music. There will be remarks from Dean Dennis Di Lorenzo and representatives of the NYU SPS Alumni Board.

The second part of the event will to be dedicated to program-specific conversations and cultivation, which will allow you to get to know alumni from your program.

After-parties are being organized by program – details to follow.

Registration is requested in advance. RSVP by May 22, if you plan to attend.

We hope you will join us!

NYU SPS Office of Alumni Relations

Click here to register.

PLEASE NOTE: The P in RSVP does not mean “Perhaps or “Perchance” or “Possibly”. We would really appreciate it if you register only if you are “Pretty sure” you can attend so we can plan appropriately. You will always receive a reminder a few days before events for which you have registered, which will give you the opportunity to cancel. Thank you so much for your courtesy. (RSVP is derived from the French phrase Répondez s'il vous plaît, literally "Reply if you please". Wikipedia and Emily Post).

Thursday, June 04, 2015

Art Crime and Cultural Heritage: Fakes, Forgeries and Stolen Art (Multi-Day Event) (Multi-Day Event)
9:00 AM

NYU Event Space

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) currently ranks art crime as the third-largest criminal enterprise in the world. The increase in international art transactions has incubated a booming market for stolen and fraudulent art, and major U.S. arts institutions still grapple with repatriation of stolen or looted objects in their collections. Co-organized by Jane C.H. Jacob, art historian and provenance research expert, Jacob Fine Art, Inc., Chris Marinello, director and founder, Art Recovery Group, and Alice Farren-Bradley, Museum Security Network, the symposium brings together experts from major museums and auction houses, the NYU School of Law, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and the President’s Cultural Property Advisory Committee, as well as independent scholars and authors, art crime victims, art crime attorneys, forensic scientists, and other major players working to address art crime worldwide.

Join us and learn about the legal, forensic, governmental, and political strategies being employed to address the enormity of this global phenomenon. Topics include the history of fakes and forgeries, insurance fraud, art theft and art scams, scientific and forensic approaches, provenance research, cultural repatriation, issues facing auction houses and purchasers, and current case studies.

Dates/Days: Thursday, June 4, 2015 to Saturday, June 6, 2015
Time: 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
 Location: Lipton Hall, NYU Law School, 108 West 3rd Street

Registration Fees: Full Symposium General: $875
Discounted Groups: AAA, ASA, CAA, ISA, RICS and NYSBA Members |
NYU Students: $825 Single-Day
General: $300
Discounted Groups: AAA, ASA, CAA, ISA, RICS and NYSBA Members |
NYU Students: $275 CLE units and financial aid are available for those who qualify.
Attorneys attending the symposium can earn 8 CLEs in Professional Practice: 3.5 CLEs (June 4), 2.5 CLEs (June 5), and 2.0 CLEs (June 6).
CLEs are transitional.

 REGISTRATION IS NECESSARY TO ATTEND

Click here for more information about this event, including a list of participants and details on how to register.

Friday, June 05, 2015

Art Crime and Cultural Heritage: Fakes, Forgeries and Stolen Art (Multi-Day Event) (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

NYU Event Space

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) currently ranks art crime as the third-largest criminal enterprise in the world. The increase in international art transactions has incubated a booming market for stolen and fraudulent art, and major U.S. arts institutions still grapple with repatriation of stolen or looted objects in their collections. Co-organized by Jane C.H. Jacob, art historian and provenance research expert, Jacob Fine Art, Inc., Chris Marinello, director and founder, Art Recovery Group, and Alice Farren-Bradley, Museum Security Network, the symposium brings together experts from major museums and auction houses, the NYU School of Law, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and the President’s Cultural Property Advisory Committee, as well as independent scholars and authors, art crime victims, art crime attorneys, forensic scientists, and other major players working to address art crime worldwide.

Join us and learn about the legal, forensic, governmental, and political strategies being employed to address the enormity of this global phenomenon. Topics include the history of fakes and forgeries, insurance fraud, art theft and art scams, scientific and forensic approaches, provenance research, cultural repatriation, issues facing auction houses and purchasers, and current case studies.

Dates/Days: Thursday, June 4, 2015 to Saturday, June 6, 2015
Time: 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
 Location: Lipton Hall, NYU Law School, 108 West 3rd Street

Registration Fees: Full Symposium General: $875
Discounted Groups: AAA, ASA, CAA, ISA, RICS and NYSBA Members |
NYU Students: $825 Single-Day
General: $300
Discounted Groups: AAA, ASA, CAA, ISA, RICS and NYSBA Members |
NYU Students: $275 CLE units and financial aid are available for those who qualify.
Attorneys attending the symposium can earn 8 CLEs in Professional Practice: 3.5 CLEs (June 4), 2.5 CLEs (June 5), and 2.0 CLEs (June 6).
CLEs are transitional.

 REGISTRATION IS NECESSARY TO ATTEND

Click here for more information about this event, including a list of participants and details on how to register.

Saturday, June 06, 2015

Art Crime and Cultural Heritage: Fakes, Forgeries and Stolen Art (Multi-Day Event) (Multi-Day Event)
End Time 5:00 PM

NYU Event Space

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) currently ranks art crime as the third-largest criminal enterprise in the world. The increase in international art transactions has incubated a booming market for stolen and fraudulent art, and major U.S. arts institutions still grapple with repatriation of stolen or looted objects in their collections. Co-organized by Jane C.H. Jacob, art historian and provenance research expert, Jacob Fine Art, Inc., Chris Marinello, director and founder, Art Recovery Group, and Alice Farren-Bradley, Museum Security Network, the symposium brings together experts from major museums and auction houses, the NYU School of Law, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and the President’s Cultural Property Advisory Committee, as well as independent scholars and authors, art crime victims, art crime attorneys, forensic scientists, and other major players working to address art crime worldwide.

Join us and learn about the legal, forensic, governmental, and political strategies being employed to address the enormity of this global phenomenon. Topics include the history of fakes and forgeries, insurance fraud, art theft and art scams, scientific and forensic approaches, provenance research, cultural repatriation, issues facing auction houses and purchasers, and current case studies.

Dates/Days: Thursday, June 4, 2015 to Saturday, June 6, 2015
Time: 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
 Location: Lipton Hall, NYU Law School, 108 West 3rd Street

Registration Fees: Full Symposium General: $875
Discounted Groups: AAA, ASA, CAA, ISA, RICS and NYSBA Members |
NYU Students: $825 Single-Day
General: $300
Discounted Groups: AAA, ASA, CAA, ISA, RICS and NYSBA Members |
NYU Students: $275 CLE units and financial aid are available for those who qualify.
Attorneys attending the symposium can earn 8 CLEs in Professional Practice: 3.5 CLEs (June 4), 2.5 CLEs (June 5), and 2.0 CLEs (June 6).
CLEs are transitional.

 REGISTRATION IS NECESSARY TO ATTEND

Click here for more information about this event, including a list of participants and details on how to register.

  

Friday, May 22, 2015

Event Image Professional English Program Information Sessions
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

NYU Event Space

The Professional English Program at the American Language Institute allows professionals to gain confidence, fluency, and sophistication in English. At the American Language Institute, one of the top-ranked programs in the country, students learn from instructors who design courses to meet their students' individual needs.  Whether your aim is to refine your accent, write better business documents or enhance your public speaking skills, you will benefit from our innovative methods for improving your English and helping you gain that much-needed competitive edge.  

Students who wish to take courses in the Professional English Program at the American Language Institute are invited to attend one of our information sessions.  Information sessions include a short level placement test and allow student the option of signing up for courses immediately afterward.  All information sessions are open to the public. Please contact the American Language Institute office at (212) 998-7040 or ali@nyu.edu for more information.

Saturday, May 23, 2015

Event Image Professional English Program Information Sessions
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

NYU Event Space

The Professional English Program at the American Language Institute allows professionals to gain confidence, fluency, and sophistication in English. At the American Language Institute, one of the top-ranked programs in the country, students learn from instructors who design courses to meet their students' individual needs.  Whether your aim is to refine your accent, write better business documents or enhance your public speaking skills, you will benefit from our innovative methods for improving your English and helping you gain that much-needed competitive edge.  

Students who wish to take courses in the Professional English Program at the American Language Institute are invited to attend one of our information sessions.  Information sessions include a short level placement test and allow student the option of signing up for courses immediately afterward.  All information sessions are open to the public. Please contact the American Language Institute office at (212) 998-7040 or ali@nyu.edu for more information.

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

McGhee Walk in Wednesday - May 27, 2015
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

NYU Event Space

Join us for Walk In Wednesday and receive a decision on your application to the Paul McGhee Undergraduate Division within 2-3 business days. Admission counselors will be available throughout the day to answer any questions you may have. While your application is being reviewed, you will be able to speak with an Academic advisor to have your transcripts evaluated for transfer credit.

In order to receive a decision, you must have a submitted and completed application on file. Please bring any outstanding documents when attending this event.                 

Click here to RSVP.

NYU School of Professional Studies Alumni Summer Mixer and Networking Event
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Dear NYU SPS Alumni,

You are invited to the NYU School of Professional Studies Alumni Summer Mixer and Networking Event!

Mark your calendar: Wednesday, May 27, 2015, 6:00-8:00pm, at Convene, 101 Park Avenue at 41st Street. The evening will begin with a networking session and a dynamic ice breaker activity that will allow you to meet alumni from across the school. Summer specialty drinks and food will be available and Center for Global Affairs alum Go Katayama will be our DJ playing witty, smart and up-tempo music. There will be remarks from Dean Dennis Di Lorenzo and representatives of the NYU SPS Alumni Board.

The second part of the event will to be dedicated to program-specific conversations and cultivation, which will allow you to get to know alumni from your program.

After-parties are being organized by program – details to follow.

Registration is requested in advance. RSVP by May 22, if you plan to attend.

We hope you will join us!

NYU SPS Office of Alumni Relations

Click here to register.

PLEASE NOTE: The P in RSVP does not mean “Perhaps or “Perchance” or “Possibly”. We would really appreciate it if you register only if you are “Pretty sure” you can attend so we can plan appropriately. You will always receive a reminder a few days before events for which you have registered, which will give you the opportunity to cancel. Thank you so much for your courtesy. (RSVP is derived from the French phrase Répondez s'il vous plaît, literally "Reply if you please". Wikipedia and Emily Post).

Friday, May 29, 2015

AAUW's National Conference for College Women Student Leaders
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM

Join us at the National Conference for College Women Student Leaders in College Park, MD!  The NYU School of Professional Studies offers 16 Masters degrees and 15 graduate certificates that provide students practical knowledge and skills based on emerging industry trends, opportunities and research.  Come meet one of our Admissions Officer to learn more about our graduate study options and get answers to your questions about our application process.  

For more information click here.

Wednesday, June 03, 2015

McGhee Walk in Wednesday - June 3, 2015
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

NYU Event Space

Join us for Walk In Wednesday and receive a decision on your application to the Paul McGhee Undergraduate Division within 2-3 business days. Admission counselors will be available throughout the day to answer any questions you may have. While your application is being reviewed, you will be able to speak with an Academic advisor to have your transcripts evaluated for transfer credit.

In order to receive a decision, you must have a submitted and completed application on file. Please bring any outstanding documents when attending this event.                 

Click here to register.

Thursday, June 04, 2015

Art Crime and Cultural Heritage: Fakes, Forgeries and Stolen Art (Multi-Day Event) (Multi-Day Event)
9:00 AM

NYU Event Space

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) currently ranks art crime as the third-largest criminal enterprise in the world. The increase in international art transactions has incubated a booming market for stolen and fraudulent art, and major U.S. arts institutions still grapple with repatriation of stolen or looted objects in their collections. Co-organized by Jane C.H. Jacob, art historian and provenance research expert, Jacob Fine Art, Inc., Chris Marinello, director and founder, Art Recovery Group, and Alice Farren-Bradley, Museum Security Network, the symposium brings together experts from major museums and auction houses, the NYU School of Law, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and the President’s Cultural Property Advisory Committee, as well as independent scholars and authors, art crime victims, art crime attorneys, forensic scientists, and other major players working to address art crime worldwide.

Join us and learn about the legal, forensic, governmental, and political strategies being employed to address the enormity of this global phenomenon. Topics include the history of fakes and forgeries, insurance fraud, art theft and art scams, scientific and forensic approaches, provenance research, cultural repatriation, issues facing auction houses and purchasers, and current case studies.

Dates/Days: Thursday, June 4, 2015 to Saturday, June 6, 2015
Time: 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
 Location: Lipton Hall, NYU Law School, 108 West 3rd Street

Registration Fees: Full Symposium General: $875
Discounted Groups: AAA, ASA, CAA, ISA, RICS and NYSBA Members |
NYU Students: $825 Single-Day
General: $300
Discounted Groups: AAA, ASA, CAA, ISA, RICS and NYSBA Members |
NYU Students: $275 CLE units and financial aid are available for those who qualify.
Attorneys attending the symposium can earn 8 CLEs in Professional Practice: 3.5 CLEs (June 4), 2.5 CLEs (June 5), and 2.0 CLEs (June 6).
CLEs are transitional.

 REGISTRATION IS NECESSARY TO ATTEND

Click here for more information about this event, including a list of participants and details on how to register.

Friday, June 05, 2015

Art Crime and Cultural Heritage: Fakes, Forgeries and Stolen Art (Multi-Day Event) (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

NYU Event Space

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) currently ranks art crime as the third-largest criminal enterprise in the world. The increase in international art transactions has incubated a booming market for stolen and fraudulent art, and major U.S. arts institutions still grapple with repatriation of stolen or looted objects in their collections. Co-organized by Jane C.H. Jacob, art historian and provenance research expert, Jacob Fine Art, Inc., Chris Marinello, director and founder, Art Recovery Group, and Alice Farren-Bradley, Museum Security Network, the symposium brings together experts from major museums and auction houses, the NYU School of Law, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and the President’s Cultural Property Advisory Committee, as well as independent scholars and authors, art crime victims, art crime attorneys, forensic scientists, and other major players working to address art crime worldwide.

Join us and learn about the legal, forensic, governmental, and political strategies being employed to address the enormity of this global phenomenon. Topics include the history of fakes and forgeries, insurance fraud, art theft and art scams, scientific and forensic approaches, provenance research, cultural repatriation, issues facing auction houses and purchasers, and current case studies.

Dates/Days: Thursday, June 4, 2015 to Saturday, June 6, 2015
Time: 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
 Location: Lipton Hall, NYU Law School, 108 West 3rd Street

Registration Fees: Full Symposium General: $875
Discounted Groups: AAA, ASA, CAA, ISA, RICS and NYSBA Members |
NYU Students: $825 Single-Day
General: $300
Discounted Groups: AAA, ASA, CAA, ISA, RICS and NYSBA Members |
NYU Students: $275 CLE units and financial aid are available for those who qualify.
Attorneys attending the symposium can earn 8 CLEs in Professional Practice: 3.5 CLEs (June 4), 2.5 CLEs (June 5), and 2.0 CLEs (June 6).
CLEs are transitional.

 REGISTRATION IS NECESSARY TO ATTEND

Click here for more information about this event, including a list of participants and details on how to register.

Saturday, June 06, 2015

Art Crime and Cultural Heritage: Fakes, Forgeries and Stolen Art (Multi-Day Event) (Multi-Day Event)
End Time 5:00 PM

NYU Event Space

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) currently ranks art crime as the third-largest criminal enterprise in the world. The increase in international art transactions has incubated a booming market for stolen and fraudulent art, and major U.S. arts institutions still grapple with repatriation of stolen or looted objects in their collections. Co-organized by Jane C.H. Jacob, art historian and provenance research expert, Jacob Fine Art, Inc., Chris Marinello, director and founder, Art Recovery Group, and Alice Farren-Bradley, Museum Security Network, the symposium brings together experts from major museums and auction houses, the NYU School of Law, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and the President’s Cultural Property Advisory Committee, as well as independent scholars and authors, art crime victims, art crime attorneys, forensic scientists, and other major players working to address art crime worldwide.

Join us and learn about the legal, forensic, governmental, and political strategies being employed to address the enormity of this global phenomenon. Topics include the history of fakes and forgeries, insurance fraud, art theft and art scams, scientific and forensic approaches, provenance research, cultural repatriation, issues facing auction houses and purchasers, and current case studies.

Dates/Days: Thursday, June 4, 2015 to Saturday, June 6, 2015
Time: 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
 Location: Lipton Hall, NYU Law School, 108 West 3rd Street

Registration Fees: Full Symposium General: $875
Discounted Groups: AAA, ASA, CAA, ISA, RICS and NYSBA Members |
NYU Students: $825 Single-Day
General: $300
Discounted Groups: AAA, ASA, CAA, ISA, RICS and NYSBA Members |
NYU Students: $275 CLE units and financial aid are available for those who qualify.
Attorneys attending the symposium can earn 8 CLEs in Professional Practice: 3.5 CLEs (June 4), 2.5 CLEs (June 5), and 2.0 CLEs (June 6).
CLEs are transitional.

 REGISTRATION IS NECESSARY TO ATTEND

Click here for more information about this event, including a list of participants and details on how to register.

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

McGhee Walk in Wednesday - June 10, 2015
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

NYU Event Space

Join us for Walk In Wednesday and receive a decision on your application to the Paul McGhee Undergraduate Division within 2-3 business days. Admission counselors will be available throughout the day to answer any questions you may have. While your application is being reviewed, you will be able to speak with an Academic advisor to have your transcripts evaluated for transfer credit.

In order to receive a decision, you must have a submitted and completed application on file. Please bring any outstanding documents when attending this event.  

Click here to RSVP.           
  
Graduate Information Session - June 10, 2015
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

NYU Event Space

Attend a Graduate Information Session to learn about the comprehensive professional curricula, admission requirements, and financial aid opportunities for the master's degree and graduate certificate programs at NYU School of Professional Studies.

NYU School of Professional Studies Graduate Programs:
Construction Management
Fundraising and Grantmaking
Global Affairs
Graphic Communications Mgmt. and Technology
Hospitality Industry Studies
Human Resource Mgmt. and Development
Integrated Marketing
Management and Systems
Professional Writing
Public Relations and Corporate Communication
Publishing: Digital and Print Media
Real Estate
Real Estate Development
Sports Business
Tourism Management
Translation

Click here to RSVP.

Wednesday, June 17, 2015

McGhee Walk in Wednesday - June 17, 2015
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

NYU Event Space

Join us for Walk In Wednesday and receive a decision on your application to the Paul McGhee Undergraduate Division within 2-3 business days. Admission counselors will be available throughout the day to answer any questions you may have. While your application is being reviewed, you will be able to speak with an Academic advisor to have your transcripts evaluated for transfer credit.

In order to receive a decision, you must have a submitted and completed application on file. Please bring any outstanding documents when attending this event.                 

Click here to RSVP.
McGhee Prior-Learning Assessment Information Session
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

NYU Event Space

In the Prior Learning Assessment Information Sessions, attendees learn the four ways that McGhee students may earn credit for their prior college-level learning. Topics covered will include foreign language proficiency testing, standardized testing (CLEP/UExcel©/Advanced Placement exams), transfer credits, and credits earned through the portfolio process in McGhee's Seminar in Experiential Learning (attending this information session is a prerequisite for entering the Seminar). 

The main focus of the assessment will be the prior college-level learning that adults have earned before returning to or starting college. Students will also be given the opportunity to ask questions related to individual academic circumstances. 

The session will be held at 7 East 12th Street (between University Place and Fifth Avenue).
Room #: 321

No RSVP is required. This is a drop-in session, only.

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