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Piano Series: November

Thursday, Nov 29, 4 pm
5 MetroTech Center, Dibner Foyer

Join the Office of Student Affairs in partnership with the NYU Steinhardt Piano Studies Department for our November Piano Series, featuring Semra Amiraslan and Emily Martin. A light reception to follow the concert. 

Program: Emily: J.S Bach: "Italian Concerto" P.I. Tchaikovsky: "Seasons op 37, January (By the hearth), February (Shrovetide), March (Lark's song), April (Snowdrop), May (White nights), June (Barcarole), July (Reaper's song).

Semra: Edward MacDowell - Four...

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Piano Series: October

Thursday, Oct 25, 4 pm
5 MetroTech Center, Dibner Foyer

Join the Office of Student Affairs in partnership with the NYU Steinhardt Piano Studies Department for our October Piano Series, featuring John McQuaig. A light reception to follow the concert. RSVP on NYU Engage.

Program:

Liszt, Sonata in B minor, S. 178 Debussy, Estampes

Bio :

John McQuaig, a native of Lititz, Pennsylvania received his Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance from Ithaca College where he studied with Dr. Charis Dimaras. He has been...

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WoMentorship Participation Form 2018-2019

Upon completing/participating in a program or event outside of the recommended events provided by OSARC, please submit a WoMentorship Participation Form as evidence and respond to prompts to demonstrate how these learning activities have impacted your college experience. You must also take a picture/selfie of yourself at the event and submit it through this form.  

In order to get credit for this program or event, one member of the mentorship pair must submit...

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Fall 2018 Club Fest Registration

The Tandon School of Engineering Office of Student Activities and Resource Center will be hosting the Fall Club Fest on Thursday, September 6, 2018 from 11am-4pm in the Brooklyn Athletic Facility Gym.

 

Each student organization or department that registers on time will be provided with a table and two chairs for this event. Check in will begin promptly at 10am, and your table must be set up and staffed at 10:30am. Each club must provide at least four (4) contacts who...

Marketing and Design Request Form [2018-2019]

Request design and marketing materials from OSARC's graphic designer, Abby Kovacs!

****You must submit your request at least TWO WEEKS prior to your event date.****

If you have any questions, please email Abby at abbykovacs@nyu.edu.

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All-University Organization - Event Request Form [2018-2019]

This form is to request space and to notify the Office of Student Activities and Resource Center of your event. This form must be submitted at least three weeks prior to your first choice date, or space cannot be guaranteed.

This form is only for clubs recognized by the Center for Student Life, another NYU School, or a NYU Tandon department other than OSARC. For clubs that are recognized by the NYU Tandon Office of Student Activities and Resource Center, please go to the...

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Student Organization Faculty Advisor Agreement [2018-2019]

FACULTY ADVISOR SUPPORT AGREEMENT

Every recognized student organization at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering must have an active advisor. The advisor must be a full-time or part-time University faculty or staff member. In order for a group to maintain their status as a recognized organization, this form must be completed and remain on file with OSARC. Student organizations that cannot secure an advisor should consult with OSARC as soon as a vacancy occurs. Any questions...

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Academic and Diversity Programming Application [2018-2019]

In keeping with the mission of the NYU Tandon School of Engineering, this fund is intended to support NYU Tandon recognized student clubs and organizations with programming related to diversity, equity, and inclusion and increasing the connection between Tandon students and academic faculty.

Qualifications:

Clubs are eligible to apply one time per semester Clubs can apply for up to $500 in funding. Approved funding will be added as supplemental funding to a club's... Fill Out Form

New Student Organization Application: 2018-2019

Thank you for your interest in starting a new club/organization at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering. Below are a few requirements to have before you start the application process:

At least four executive board members who are currently enrolled Tandon students (undergraduate or graduate) At least eight additional members who are currently enrolled Tandon students (undergraduate or graduate) A faculty or staff advisor A mission statement, organizational goals, and a...

Student Council Retreat Registration 2018

Please complete the below form to confirm your participation in the 2018 Tandon Student Council summer retreat on July 13-15 here in NYC. If you have any questions or concerns about the retreat, please contact your Council President and Council Advisor. 

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Tuesday Tea Time - Final Study Break

 

The first final study break program of the week is today at 1 PM! Come enjoy some tea and scones in LC400 from 1-3 PM. More information can be found on the event page here: https://orgsync.com/89838/events/2390727/occurrences/5690679

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Puppy Party - Final Study Break

Thursday, May 10, 1 pm
LC400
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2017-2018 Student Leader Awards Nomination Form

Please use this form to nominate student clubs, student leaders, and club advisors for this year's Student Leader Awards, sponsored by the Office of Student Activities & Resource Center (OSARC). Keep in mind that quality, not quantity goes a long way!

The deadline for nominations is Sunday, April 8th at 11:45pm. NOTE: this form will allow you to submit up to one nomination per award. You can submit additional award nominations by clicking the form link...

NYU Tandon Research Expo

Friday, Apr 27, 1 pm
Metrotech Commons (outside 5 Metrotech Center)

The highly interactive expo will showcase dozens of the most promising and exciting research projects from every academic department, as well as exhibits from the school’s Center for K-12 STEM Education, which is dedicated to boosting science, technology, engineering, and math education in New York City’s public schools.

NYU Dean of Engineering Katepalli R. Sreenivasan will welcome the public to the event to view the results of the school’s undergraduate, graduate, and faculty...

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Graduate Student Council Application 2018-2019

Applicants are being sought for the 2018 - 2019 Graduate Student Council of the NYU Tandon School of Engineering. The elections of representative shall take place in open elections of the entire graduate student body of the school. The elections timeline shall coincide with the All-University elections period as set forth by the Student Senators Council. The content submitted through this form will be used to populate the voting platform.

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We're SoExcited You're Back!

It’s true - we’re SoExcited to have you back on campus! To celebrate, we will be hosting an Arcade themed welcome back party! Stop by the MakerSpace TODAY from 1 - 4 to play original arcade games, plus score some free food and prizes! See you all there!

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Tandon Locker Rentals for Spring 2018 are now open!

In order to rent a locker, you must FIRST complete the locker rental application on NYU Engage. After you have submitted the form, you must pay for your locker on Eventbrite - You MUST use the same name, NYU email address, and N number that was used on the rental application. Once the purchase is complete and your locker rental agreement form on NYU Engage is approved, you will receive your locker assignment. Locker assignments will be given on a rolling basis.

After a locker is...

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Spring Club Fest 2018 Registration

The Tandon School of Engineering Office of Student Activities and Resource Center will be hosting the Spring Club Fest on Wednesday, January 24, 2018, from 1:00 - 4:00 PM in the Rogers Hall Gymnasium.  This form is due NO LATER than Sunday, January 21st at 11:00 PM in order to participate. Each student organization that registers on time will be provided with a table and two chairs for this event. Check-in will begin promptly at 12 pm, and your table must be set...

International Student Coffee Hour

Wednesday, Dec 13, 2 pm
LC 223 - The Hub

Take a break from your studies and join us for an International Student Coffee Hour on Wednesday, December 13th! Stop by from 2:00 - 3:30 for a hot drink and a snack in LC 223 (The Hub) as you meet and mingle with your fellow students. We hope to see you there!

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Join Us: All Things Bakelite Film Screening on Wednesday!

The Office of Student Affairs, the Department of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering, and the Department of Technology, Culture, & Society are excited to welcome Hugh Karraker, great grandson of Leo H. Baekeland, to campus for a special screening of All Things Bakelite: The Age of Plastic, a film by John Maher. In 1907, Leo Hendrik Baekeland, a Belgian-born American chemist, made one of the most transformative discoveries of the 20th century: Bakelite. It was the first wholly synthetic...

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You're Invited: All Things Bakelite Film Screening on November 29th!

The Office of Student Affairs, the Department of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering, and the Department of Technology, Culture, & Society are excited to welcome Hugh Karraker, great grandson of Leo H. Baekeland, to campus for a special screening of All Things Bakelite: The Age of Plastic, a film by John Maher. In 1907, Leo Hendrik Baekeland, a Belgian-born American chemist, made one of the most transformative discoveries of the 20th century: Bakelite. It was the first wholly synthetic...

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Diversity in STEM Summit - Shaping the Future

Thank you for attending the 3rd annual Diversity in STEM Summit here at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering!

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Facilitation 101 Training

Wednesday, Nov 15, 11 am
LC223 (5 Metrotech Center)

The Facilitation 101 training will be presented by the Center for Multicultural Education and Programs on Wednesday, November 15th from 11am-1pm in 5 Metrotech Center in room LC 223 (the Hub). This training if for any staff or faculty interested. Please also inform graduate assistants or other student staff who may find this training useful in their work!

Note: We have limited seating so register today!

What is Facilitation 101: "Join us to explore essential skills for...

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