In this Issue

Wasserman Drop-In Career Advisement
Walk-In Coffee Session with Asst. Dean Scott Stimpfel
Stern Scholarships: Apply by March 14
NYU Study Away Application Deadline
Funded Internship Award
Participate in Behavioral Research


Wasserman Drop-In Career Advisement
The Wasserman Center for Career Development will be holding drop-in career advisement in Tisch Hall, Tuesday, February 26 on location with Stern UC Advising on the UC level. Stop by to introduce yourself, discuss opportunities at Wasserman, and get a better sense of the career resources available to you. This will be very helpful as you map out your career goals and job search strategies for internships and full-time employment.

Walk-In Coffee Session with Asst. Dean Scott Stimpfel
Join Assistant Dean Scott Stimpfel at our first-ever Walk-In Coffee Session, a forum where Stern students can provide feedback on the Stern community, share experiences and ideas, and just have a conversation! The first Walk-In Coffee Session of the semester will be held on Monday, March 2 from 2:00pm - 3:00pm in the Gitlow Conference Room (Tisch Hall, Suite 600). No reservations needed. See you there!

Stern Scholarships: Apply by March 14
Each year, through the generosity of alumni and corporate donors, we distribute special scholarships to deserving matriculated students at Stern. Selection is based on criteria established with the donors and the School. Please click here to see the complete list of available scholarships, their criteria and to apply. Applications are due by Thursday, March 14. You must submit information online and via hardcopy for each scholarship for which you are applying. Unofficial transcripts, which can be printed from Albert, and the hard copies of the applications should be delivered to the attention of Dean Witt, Tisch Hall, Suite 600.

NYU Study Away Application Deadline
Stern will be offering (MKTG-UB.1) Intro to Marketing and (FINC-UB.2) Foundations of Finance in Sydney, Australia this fall! If you're interested in studying abroad in the Fall '13 semester, visit the NYU Global Programs website for application deadlines. The second deadline is March 15.

Funded Internship Award
Have you secured an unpaid internship at a non-profit, government agency, arts organization, or other industry that does not traditionally pay its interns? Apply for the $1,000 grant on NYU CareerNet (Job ID #876795) by Tuesday, February 26. Open to matriculating, degree-seeking students who have secured internships for the spring semester. Decisions will be announced Tuesday, March 26.

Participate in Behavioral Research
Want to earn up to $20/hour?  Stern's Center for Behavioral Research provides opportunities to participate in short, fun studies usually lasting 15-20 minutes.  Depending on the study, you can participate online from home or in the behavior lab (Tisch LC-26).  Studies are a great way to earn extra money just for sharing your opinions.  Sign up to receive more information

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Issue 20, February 25, 2013
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Visit This Week's NYU Global Fest!
Catch a glimpse of life at NYU around the world at NYU Global Fest on Thursday, February 28. This year's event features the Passport Drive, the most convenient way to get or renew your passport; the Grand Bazaar, a taste tour through our global network with music and fun; And, the Global Film Fest, a roster of NYU student shorts filmed - and set - around the world.

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Upcoming Events

Financial Services, Technology: Full-Time & Internship Opportunities Presentation
Monday, February 25


Wasserman Center Graduate & Alumni Suite

Wasserman representatives will discuss opportunities, which include the Technology Associate Internship Program, Finance and Actuarial Internship Program, and Global Private Markets Full Time Program.  Open to students graduating in 2013, 2014, and 2015. RSVP.

Investment Banking, Management Consulting: Summer Analyst Presentation
Tuesday, February 26


Wasserman Center Presentation Rm B

This presentation features Pacific Global Advisors (PGA), which delivers customized investment and risk management solutions to defined benefit pension plans and manages portfolios from a liability-driven investment perspective. Open to students graduating in 2014. RSVP.

Banking, Information Technology: Full-Time & Internship Opportunities Presentation
Tuesday, February 26


NYU-Poly: Private Dining Room

Meet the senior leaders in technology from the Bank of New York (BNY) Mellon and hear from why their bank is a great place to start your career. Open to students graduating in 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016. RSVP.

Engineering + Technology Spring Career Fair at NYU-Poly
Thursday, February 28

- 3:00pm
NYU-Poly, Jacobs Gymnasium

NYU students and NYU-Poly students are invited to attend this fair to meet with a large number of employers from diverse industries. Explore full-time, part-time and internship opportunities in fields including Engineering, Computer Hardware/Software, Technology, Science, Management, and Digital Media among others. No registration needed. Visit this page for more information  and watch this video for quick tips.

Kaplan's Free Practice Test: GRE, LSAT, MCAT
Sunday, March 3

NYU Wasserman Center

Attend one of Kaplan's live on-site practice test events offering the GRE, LSAT, and MCAT.  If you cannot make this event, you can register for one of the online practice tests through mid-March.

View details and future events...

Academic Deadlines

Last Day to drop WITHOUT receiving a "W" notation for:

Full Semester Courses that started
Week of February 11: March 1

Half Semester Courses that started
Week of January 28: January 30
Week of March 25: March 27

Last Day to withdraw and receive a "W" notation for:

Full Semester Courses that started
Week of January 28: April 5
Week of February 11: April 19

Half Semester Courses that started
Week of January 28: February 22
Week of March 25: April 19

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