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Seniors! This week, you should be thinking about:


FINISH STRONG

It's a busy time of year, but I encourage you to finish the Spring term with strong work and top grades.

TEDxGALLATIN

TEDxGallatin event is April 17th!

GRADUATION

Mark your calendars for Gallatin's graduating students party May 15th, Gallatin graduation May 20th, and NYU Commencement May 21st! Tickets for Yankee Stadium are now available. The Gallatin graduation ticket request system goes live on April 1.

CONGRATULATIONS!

We had hundreds of Founder's Day Award recipients this year - great work! A number of you are getting job offers and graduate school acceptance letters...wonderful news! Congrats to the 13 post-graduation projects funded through the Dean's Award for Graduating Seniors! To those who made GAF a success, bravo!

GALLATIN GRADUATION PARTY

Mark your calendars, RSVP, bring a friend, and raise a glass! We're celebrating everyone who graduated during the 2013-14 academic year on May 15.

 

Seniors

Senior year at Gallatin holds a number of exciting opportunities to develop new projects, share academic work, and to celebrate academic achievements. Students continute taking Gallatin interdisciplinary seminars in their senior year, and also take advanced courses through the University in their fields of focus. 

In the fall of the senior year, students participate in the culminating degree requirement, the senior colloquium. The colloquium is a final oral examination involving a two-hour conversation with three faculty members. At the colloquium, students reflect on their Gallatin concentration and to synthesize various learning experiences into an integrated discussion of several books and themes, from classical to modern.

In the second semester of the senior year, students have the option to undertake a senior project. Senior project proposals due at the end of the Fall semester, and are evaluated by faculty committee. The committee seeks proposals articulating projects of exceptional merit that continue a sustained line of inquiry related to students' concentrations.


Gallatin Graduation 2013

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GRADUATION & COMMENCEMENT

Have questions about Gallatin Graduation and NYU Commencement? Head to Gallatin's handy Graduation Checklist for answers! The NYU Commencement website is the place for questions about Yankee Stadium tickets, academic attire, senior portraits, and more!

Your degrees will be sent to the mailing address on file with Albert. Make sure that yours is up to date!

 

Senior Class Adviser

Why should you get to know your Senior Class Adviser?

You have questions about your concentration, degree requirements, or graduation timing.

You need assistance formulating the focus of your colloquium and rationale.

You want suggestions regarding course selection.

You are struggling academically and need to devise a plan for successful completion.

You want to learn more about funding opportunities through Gallatin and NYU.

You could use some support in communicating with your primary faculty adviser.

You want feedback on your award or fellowship proposal drafts.

 

Senior Class Emails

Students in the senior class will receive regular correspondence from the Senior Class adviser. The Senior Class Emails contain timely, important information regarding registration deadlines, colloquium workshops, events, and opportunities. It is strongly recommended that Seniors read these Senior-focused emails!

The Senior Class Email Archive keeps a record of any emails you may need to reference.Fall Graduates

 

Colloquium Workshops

The one hour workshops, led by the Junior and Senior Class advisers, articulate the timeline and expectations for the colloquium process. All Juniors and Seniors are advised to attend a colloquium workshop early in their planning processes. Please read information regarding the rationale and colloquium available online before attending.

Fall 2013 workshops:                                   Spring 2014 workshops:


September 18 @ 4:00 in 801                        February 3 @ 3:30 in 801


September 27 @ 11:00 in 601                      February  18 @ 10:00 in 801


October 24 @ 12:30 in 527                            March 12 @ 4:00 in 801


December 4 @ 11:00 in 801                          March 28 @1:00 in 801

Colloquium Podcast

Away from campus? Studying abroad? Want to review the conversation from the colloquium workshop you attended? The podcast below will likely be of use! Make sure to be in touch with your primary faculty adviser regarding timeline and expectations regarding process.

 

Faculty Profile

Meredith Theeman

Meredith Theeman

Meredith L. Theeman is a social scientist with a Ph.D. in Environmental Psychology. Her research and teaching interests include psychology, …
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OFFICE HOURS

Senior Class Adviser
Meredith Theeman, PhD

Monday 9:30-12:00

Thursday 2:00-4:30

Bring your questions regarding your degree requirements, academic performance, rationale, colloquium, senior project or funding proposal. Other meeting times by appointment.

Events Calendar

all over the place: a survey of m.a. artists

4/17/14@9:00 AM The Gallatin Galleries

Labor Rights as Human Rights

4/21/14@6:30 PM Jerry H. Labowitz Theatre for the Performing Arts

Gallatin Recent Alumni Writing Group

4/21/14@7:00 PM Dean's Conference Room, 1 Washington Place, 8th Floor

Roundtable with Cory Johnson (BA '90)

4/22/14@4:00 PM The Dean's Conference Room, 8th Floor

Democratizing the Green City | Green urbanism beyond greenwashing: Four strategies

4/22/14@6:30 PM Jerry H. Labowitz Theatre for the Performing Arts

Careers in Writing and Publishing: The Making of a Book

4/23/14@6:30 PM Jerry H. Labowitz Theatre for the Performing Arts

Alumni Skillshare with Ben Weber (BA '07) Public Engagement: Interactive Thinking at Arts Events

4/23/14@7:00 PM 5th Floor Student Lounge | 1 Washington Place

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