Resource Workshops share a wide range of useful information for students, from how to get involved in Gallatin student publications and the Writing Program or the new Science, Technology, Arts, and Creativity (STAC) program to internships, study away, research opportunities and more.
Featured workshops include: Student Publications & the Writing Program; Internships; Undergraduate Research Opportunities & National Prestigious Scholarships; Be Well, Do Well (Tips for Success); Pre-Health & Dual Degrees; Science, Technology, Arts, and Creativity (STAC); Sharing Thoughts on Remote Learning; Study Away; and Acceleration (How to Graduate in 4 Years or Fewer).
This workshop provides an overview of the Gallatin Writing Program’s publications, such as Confluence, Gallatin Review, and The Literacy Review as well as publications hosted by Gallatin student clubs, Compass and EMBODIED. Students will also learn about The Writing Center, civic engagement projects, and much more!
Internships are credit-bearing work experiences in non-classroom environments such as cultural and community-based institutions, social justice organizations, and private companies. In this session, you will learn about the internship search process, internship credit policies, the academic requirements you will be asked to fulfill in order to complete your internship successfully, and the kinds of skills and knowledge you will develop by engaging in non-classroom learning experiences.
Learn about opportunities to fund original research at Gallatin as well as national prestigious scholarships.
In this workshop we will discuss strategies for being a successful college student and transitioning from life at home. Topics covered will include time management, how academic and social expectations differ between high school and college, and resources for well-being and support offered at Gallatin and NYU. Gallatin’s wellness counselor will be in attendance to introduce NYU's health and wellness center and discuss the particular challenges students may face during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This workshop will introduce students to pre-health curriculum and discuss how to integrate it into your interdisciplinary studies at Gallatin. We will also learn more about accelerated bachelor’s to master’s programs through dual degree partnerships between Gallatin and other NYU programs.
STAC showcases Gallatin’s groundbreaking interdisciplinary engagements with STEAM fields. Come to this workshop to learn about resources for STEM, design, making, crafting, and coding within Gallatin and throughout NYU, including access to Gallatin and NYU MakerSpaces, virtual events, design challenges, and academic support.
Learning to Love Zoom? Still struggling to make it all work? Come to this workshop to share your experiences with remote learning so far with your fellow classmates. Gallatin Faculty members will also be on hand to offer resources for how to thrive in online and blended courses.
Level up! Have you thought about completing your degree early? While not for everyone, it is possible. Join our class advisers Aubrey Korneta and Malik Walker in a discussion about what it takes to finish early. We will offer tips on how to manage an accelerated schedule and navigate the milestones needed for early completion of your degree.
Want to study abroad at some point in college? Attend this workshop to learn more about various study away opportunities, from visiting one of NYU’s Global Sites or an exchange program to Gallatin travel courses.
1:30 pm EDT
Undergraduate Research Opportunities & National Prestigious Scholarships
Pre-Health & Dual Degrees
Acceleration (How to Graduate in Four Years or Fewer)
2:30 pm EDT
Be Well, Do Well (Tips for Success)
11 am EDT
11 am EDT
Science, Technology, Arts, & Creativity (STAC)
Student Publications & the Writing Program
1 pm EDT
Sharing Thoughts on Remote Learning