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During junior year, students focus upon developing a unique concentration which reflects their academic and professional interests and goals. During junior year some students may work towards completing cross-school minors; Other students may study away in the US or abroad in locations like Washington DC, Prague, Ghana, and Tel Aviv; Many might be engaged in internships at recording studios, print publications, financial firms, and the like.
A large component of junior year is preparing for the colloquium, Gallatin’s capstone event that takes place during the senior year. The colloquium provides an opportunity for students to reflect on their concentrations and to synthesize experiences studying books, taking courses, and doing independent studies and internships into an integrated discussion.
Sponsored by the Office of Advising, colloquium workshops are held throughout the year. The workshops articulate the timeline and expectations for the colloquium process. All upperclass students are advised to attend a colloquium workshop, and read information available online before attending.
All Colloquium Orientation Workshops are held at 1 Washington Place, 8th floor, room 801
Gallatin's Office of Advising is piloting special hour-long colloquium preparation workshops this semester that will give juniors and seniors the chance to meet Gallatin faculty with expertise in some specific interdisciplinary areas. In these workshops, students and faculty will discuss topics relating to the Colloquium such as compiling interdisciplinary Booklists, crafting viable Colloquium topics, drafting Rationales, etc. If you have a concentration that aligns with one or more of the fields listed below, please attend!
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20th from 12:30pm to 1:30pm in room 527
Guest speakers: Professors Hallie Franks and Josh Shirkey
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12th from 11am to noon in room 527
Guest speaker: Professor Greg Erickson
MONDAY, MARCH 31st from 1pm to 2pm in room 522 (Student Lounge)
Guest speakers: Professors George Shulman and Hannah Gurman
For information on the Rationale/Colloquium process, please CLICK HERE.
The Gallatin School of Individualized Study and the Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service have created a dual-degree program to enable students to earn both a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Gallatin's Individualized Major and a Master of Public Administration (MPA) in either Wagner's Public and Nonprofit Management and Policy Program (PNP), or its Health Policy and Management Program (HPAM) in less time than it would take to complete the programs separately. This dual degree is designed for students with a strong commitment to public leadership, and will allow such students to enhance and focus their opportunities for learning, while helping them to build a meaningful career in public service. You are eligible to apply to be pre-tracked for the dual degree program when you have completed 72 credits. The fall deadline to apply has passed. Future deadlines will be announced at a later date.
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Walk-in hours for Junior Class Adviser, Matthew A.J. Gregory, are Mondays from 12noon to 2:30pm and Wednesdays from 10am to 12:30pm at 1 Washington Place in room 515
4/17/14@9:00 AM The Gallatin Galleries
4/23/14@6:30 PM Jerry H. Labowitz Theatre for the Performing Arts
4/23/14@7:00 PM 5th Floor Student Lounge | 1 Washington Place
4/25/14@6:00 PM Kevorkian Center | 50 Washington Square South New York, NY 10012
4/26/14@2:00 PM Jerry H. Labowitz Theatre for the Performing Arts