Freshmen: Need to polish up your Resume? Need some help?

Monday, November 30, 2009

Hey everyone,

I hope you all had a fantastic Thanksgiving break. I know it's tough
coming back... but don't worry! We've got something planned to get you
right back into the swing of things.

12/3: This Thursday, from 6:30-7:30 on the 3rd floor of Pless Hall,
Steinhardt Professor Deborah Borisoff from the Department of Media,
Culture, and Communications will be leading a brief, one hour resume

This is huge! I know most of us have been putting off job applications
for the second semester, so here is a great way to put the last
finishing touches on our resumes before sending them out to employers.

Also, applications for orientation leaders will be going out soon..and
the first thing they ask for are resumes!

Professor Borisoff is looking forward to helping out, so bring a draft
of your resume so she can look yours over.

Please RSVP to!

Have a great week back and see you this Thursday!


Livie Casto
Freshmen Class President '09-'10

Faculty Roundtable With Professor Sandee McClowry

Join Professor Sandee McClowry for a Faculty Roundtable on Tuesday, December 1 at 10:00 am on the fifth floor of Pless Hall.

Professor McClowry is a full time professor in the Applied Psychology department. Professor
McClowry's interests include temperament-based intervention for elementary school children and their parents and teachers, as well as school-based interventions for inner city children. Professor McClowry's research project INSIGHTS is an effective, multi-level intervention that deals with the child behavior problems that concern parents, teachers, and school administrators. Professor McClowry uses puppets such as Gregory the Grump to teach children better ways to improve their own interactions with parents, teachers, and friends. Come to our faculty roundtable to learn about temperament based learning and the field research Professor McClowry is conducting. Learn about your temperament and understand how it relates to us as future psychologists, educators, speech pathologists, nutritionists, musicians, artists, and communicators.

To read more about Professor McClowry's research project INSIGHTS, please visit:

Please RSVP to Allie Gerba at if you would like to attend this Faculty Roundtable on Tuesday, December 1st at 10:00 am.

See you there!

Wanted: Junior Class President & Programming Chair

Hey Everybody!

As we approach the upcoming Spring 2010 semester the Steinhardt USG board will unfortunately be
loosing two of its members as they embark on a life-changing experience and participate in NYU's renowned study abroad programs. With that said, we are now looking for two great new additions to our E-Board!! We are want organized, fun, and out-going students who want to be involved within the Steinhardt and greater NYU community. If you think you have what it takes then please follow the link below to and fill out an application clearly stating which position you would like to run for. Our new Programming Chair will be appointed by the current E-Board and the new Junior Class President will be elected by a majority vote decided upon by the Junior class.

*Applications must be submitted for both positions by December 4th at 12 noon. Furthermore, if you wish to run for Junior Class President you must give a speech on December 8th at our General Assembly and voting will take place up until the following Friday, December 11th at 12 noon.

We look forward to gaining great new additions to our board and hope to see you all at our General Assemblies held Tuesday at 12:30.

Steinhardt Day of Service: Help others at the start of this holiday season

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Enjoy helping your community and providing others with a memorable holiday? Like meeting fellow Steinhardt students? Want to have a fun activity for you and your friends to do on a Saturday afternoon? Join Steinhardt’s Student Governments (USG and GSO) for our Day of Service coming up on Saturday, November 14th! There are numerous service opportunities both on and off campus for you to get involved in. If you are interested in any of the following, please e-mail SteinhardtService@gmail.comwith the name of the event you wish to volunteer for in the subject line and your name, phone number, and class year in the body of the e-mail. You will receive a confirmation e-mail with further details shortly after.

Roundtable with Professor Raines from the Department of Media, Culture, and Communications

Monday, November 2, 2009

Hey Steinhardt!

Join Steinhardt's Undergraduate Student Government and Professor Raines for a roundtable! Professor Raines is currently an adjunct professor in the Department of Media, Culture, and Communications. He will be discussing his career choices, giving some advice, and doing an interactive activity!

Thursday, November 5th at 10am
Pless Hall, 2nd Floor, Anderson Room

Please RSVP to by Wednesday, November 4th if you would like to attend. Breakfast will be served and spots are limited so don't miss out!