1 NYU College of Nursing Student Affairs News Dear College of Nursing Graduate Students: This weekly newsletter aims to provide students with the latest information about activities at the College of Nursing and across campus. For information on upcoming social, volunteer, professional and student organization events, make sure to continue to check out the information below. Please note that Sunday, March 8th will be the beginning of Daylight Saving Time. Please don t forget to set your clocks forward by one hour! Please feel free to contact me if you would like additional information on the items outlined below. I can be reached via at or by phone at Best regards, Andrew La Venia, MA Student Affairs Officer Office of Student Affairs and Admissions Fast Facts: College of Nursing Events What s Happening on the Square Volunteer & Professional Development Employment Opportunities
2 NYC Men in Nursing: March Chapter Meeting & Presentation Friday, March 6 6pm 8pm Mount Sinai Hospital, 1470 Madison Avenue between 100 and 101st Streets, CAM Building Room (9th floor) (Note: for non-msh guests, please ask the security to let you into the elevator) Creating Your Own Legacy: Scholarship, Leadership, and Compassion Guided by Hines (2014) framework, this topic will focus on creating your own legacy in contributing to and utilization of knowledge (legacy of scholarship), practice changes (legacy of leadership), and other aspects of health care to benefit those who receive nursing care (legacy of compassion). The March for Gender Equality and Women s Rights Sunday, March 8 2:30pm - 5pm Dag Hammarskjold Plaza (47th Street and 2nd Avenue) The March for Gender Equality and Women s Rights is being organized by UN Women in collaboration with the City of New York, NGO-CSW, the Working Group on Girls, the Man Up Campaign and the UN Women for Peace Association. The march will take place on International Women s Day (March 8) and commemorate the 20-year anniversary of the Fourth World Conference on Women and the adoption of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action. This event will celebrate the achievements women and girls have made around the world since It will also be an opportunity to underscore the need for political commitment to accelerate action to achieve gender equality by We will start at the Dag Hammarskjold Plaza (47th street and 2nd avenue) at 2:30 pm and end at Times Square (42nd street and 7th avenue) at 5:00 p.m.
3 NGO Health Committee Presents: Women s Equality & Health Wednesday, March 11 12:30 2PM Armenian Convention Center Guild Hall at 630 Second Ave (35th Street) Event to include Challenges of Traditional Practices Impeding Gender Equality & Health: Cultural, Societal, or Environmental Economic Determinants, The Rough Road to Legislation and Policy Imperatives for Equality and Dignity for Women and Girls, and The Global Struggle Toward Equitable Health for Women. Spring Career Fair Wednesday, April 29 11:00 PM to 1:00 PM Wasserman Center for Career Development 133 East 13th Street, Presentation Room A Prepare for graduation by meeting prospective employers, graduate schools, and others at NYUCN s Spring Career Event. What s Happening on the Square Meet the Architects Thursday, March 5 Global Center for Spiritual Life, Colloquium Room The University Committee on Student Life invites you to meet the architects for the Coles project this Thursday, March 5 at 5:30 p.m. in GCASL. Learn more about the architects. Grads Go Vintage Shopping Saturday, March 7 11am 1:30pm Annex Markets, West 25th Street Between Broadway & 6th Aves
4 Chelsea Flea Market evokes the original Annex Antiques Fair & Flea Market, its forebear begun nearby on 6th Avenue almost 40 years ago. We will head to the market to check out 135 vendors selling antiques, collectibles, ephemera, vintage clothing, jewelry, and more. Your copay will go towards a snack to keep your energy up as you shop with other grads! Click here to get your ticket now! Volunteer and Professional Development Opportunities The College of Nursing is thrilled to offer this leadership opportunity once again to students. This is an important opportunity to become involved in University Governance, as well as to serve as the student voice of the College of Nursing on the Student Senators Council. Those interested in running for the position should read and complete the application no later than Wednesday, March 25, 2015 at 11:59PM. Candidates are strongly urged to consider the time commitment to this position, which can be reviewed in the application. Please note the role of a school senator is to represent the voice of their school s student body on the Student Senators Council and on the University Senate. The senator will have the responsibility of bringing issues discussed at the Student and University Senate back to their schools and to their student body. The senator shall attend all University Senate meetings which happen once a month on a Thursday from 2-4; SSC meetings which occur twice monthly from 4-5:30, and University Committee on Student Life (UCSL) meetings, which occur on the first Thursday of every month from 5:30-7. Senators typically hold 2-7 on Thursdays for these commitments. Applications may be returned physically to Andrew LaVenia s mailbox on the 6th floor of 433 First Avenue, or scanned and ed electronically to
5 NY Presbyterian Nursing Student Volunteer Opportunity: The Hebrew Tabernacle of Washington Heights is conducting a health fair for the Washington Heights community. The event will take place on Sunday, April 19th, 2015 from 11 am until 2 pm. We are seeking nursing student volunteers to assist with performing blood pressure checks for the elderly. For those wishing to participate, please contact Deborah Acevedo at org. Sphygmomanometers will be provided. Thank you for your support of the NYP and Hebrew Tabernacle community in Washington Heights. Join the National Student Nurses Association! With a membership of 60,000 nationwide, the National Student Nurses Association mentors the professional development of future registered nurses and facilitates their entrance into the profession by providing educational resources, leadership opportunities, and career guidance. Join the NYU Chapter today! To apply, please visit: aspx
6 NYUCD/NYUCN Annual Research Days April 23-24, 2015 Participating in our Annual Student Research Days is your chance to share your work with your peers, with your professors, and with the entire NYUCD community. All students of NYU College of Dentistry (DDS students, Post Graduates (all programs), Master of Science (all programs), Dental Hygiene Program, Post-Doctoral students), and students of NYU College of Nursing, who have engaged in a research project under the supervision of a faculty member are invited to share their work. How do you participate? Students should seek the approval of their adviser before registering. Advisers will receive a confirmation indicating that their students have registered. Submit your abstract online intranet/students/researchday/form and a copy as a WORD attachment with a.doc or.docx suffix to dental. Projects with multiple co-authors The form is set up so that the lead student author submits the abstract; student co-authors should not submit the abstract. The lead student is responsible for communicating with coauthors, and the lead student will present poster on research day. Abstract Deadline: March 15, 2015 You will need a valid NetID and password to complete this form. The title should be no more than 10 words and the abstract should be between words. All authors should be listed and affiliations given.
7 NYUServiceConnect: Find Volunteer Opportunities The Center for Student Activities, Leadership, and Service has partnered with VolunteerMatch.org to introduce NYUServiceConnect (NYUSC), an online system to connect students, faculty, and staff throughout NYU s Global Network University with volunteer opportunities. NYUServiceConnect makes it easy to find a way to make a difference by location, expertise, or availability. Visit NYUServiceConnect site for additional information on how to find volunteer opportunities: student-life/nyu-service/service-connect.html New York University & Columbia University s Nursing Doctoral Student Organizations have joined together to support fellow nurses with the ongoing fight against Ebola Custom-designed Ebola awareness winter gloves are now available to the NYU community. With the sale of each $4 pair of winter gloves a donation of 100 medical gloves will be funded for West Africa. To date, Gloves4Gloves has raised funds to send 24,000 medical gloves to Sierra Leone. Please help with the continued success of this Ebola relief initiative! Gloves4Gloves can be bought online at or in-person. For inquiries, please
8 Employment Opportunities NYU Summer Program for Kids: Summertime Opportunity for a Registered Nurse The New York University Child Study Center is seeking a full-time registered nurse for the NYU Summer Program for Kids (SPK). The SPK is an all-day, evidence-based, therapeutic program that provides intensive treatment tailored to meet the behavioral and educational needs of 7-11 year old children with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). The program is housed on the beautiful campus of The College of New Rochelle, New Rochelle, NY and runs Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, from June 29 through August 14, 2015 Children who are enrolled in our program, are placed in 4 age-similar groups of 12-14, and participate in a variety of recreational and educational activities led by 6-7 counselors, 1 classroom counselor, and 1 teacher, under the supervision of licensed clinical psychologists. Wasserman Center for Career Development Interested in learning more about job, internship/externship, and volunteer positions? Please visit the Wasserman Center for Career Development s CareerNet system at nyu.edu/careerdevelopment/. Students can update their free CareerNet account and search for job, internship/externship, and volunteer opportunities via keywords nursing and healthcare. Have an idea for me? Let me know! I am very open to ideas for making your experience at the College of Nursing enriching and fun! Please forward any information on upcoming events or announcements to me so that I can share them with the College community!
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