Monthly Archives: July 2012

gnovis Special Summer 2012 Issue CFP Reminder

Greetings and Salutations, 

 

The gnovis team would like to remind you that tomorrow, July 27, is the official deadline for written and multimedia submissions for our Special Summer 2012 issue, International & Intercultural. We encourage past and prospective authors to submit their original research promptly. To review comprehensive details regarding appropriate topics and the overall submission process, please refer to the official CFP text below. Should you have further inquiries regarding the Special Summer 2012 issue and/or gnovis in general, do not hesitate to contact myself or our Editor-in-Chief, Katerina Girginova. We look forward to your submissions. 

 

Call For Papers: gnovis 2012 Special Summer issue

International & Intercultural

gnovis is Georgetown’s online peer-reviewed journal devoted to interdisciplinary scholarship at the intersection of communication, culture and technology. Published electronically three times per year, gnovis’ mission is to offer a platform for graduate students from around the globe to share their cutting edge research on the roles of new technologies in politics, art, science, culture, and education. For further information, please visit our website at gnovisjournal.org

 

We are pleased to announce that we are currently welcoming submissions for our Special Summer 2012 issue titled ‘International & Intercultural.’ As we become ever more deeply immersed in an international and intercultural world, our ideas, problems and solutions take on increasingly global dimensions. As such, gnovis encourages – though does not oblige – authors to consider addressing some facet of international or intercultural communication in their works. Submissions may be presented in the form of research papers or multimedia projects and potential topics may include but are not limited to politics, art, gender, race, ethnicity and identity, nationalism, Web 2.0 and social media, digital representation, and technology.  

gnovis will accept original research until Friday, July 27th. To learn more about our submission guidelines, click here and any additional questions may be addressed to Katerina Girginova, Editor-in-Chief, at: kg295@eorgetown.edu

We look forward to receiving your submissions!

Best,

 

Katerina Girginova

kg295@georgetown.edu

Editor-in-Chief

&

Sarah Inman

sci4@georgetown.edu

Managing Journal Editor

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NY apartment sought by German PhD student

Hello, Draperites,

 
Our friends in the German department asked us if we had any housing leads for one of their incoming PhD students who is still searching for an apartment. Do any of you have leads or need a roommate? Please contact him: Nimrod Reitman at nreitman@gmail.com.

Graduate Assistant Position Open at the Center for the Study of Transformative Lives (NYU)

Draper alumna Kathleen Reeves wrote to share the following employment opportunity for a graduate assistant at The Center for the Study of Transformative Lives (a Provostial institute at NYU). The position details and application information are all below. To apply, please email a cover letter and resume to transformative.lives@nyu.edu.

 
 
The Center for the Study of Transformative Lives, a Provostial institute at NYU, is seeking a Graduate Assistant. The position is 10 – 15 hours per week, paid hourly. The Graduate Assistant is the Center’s chief administrator; responsibilities include planning and coordinating events and lectures, facilitating payments and reimbursements, and being the point of contact for all internal university business. Previous office experience is required and previous experience with NYU’s administrative systems (Accounts Payable, etc.) is preferred. The candidate should be comfortable corresponding with and greeting high-level donors. Experience coordinating all aspects of events, such as catering, tech, etc., is preferred. The candidate should be very articulate and detail-oriented. 
 
The Center for the Study of Transformative Lives at New York 
 

University fosters research, teaching, and education centering on the lives of exemplary individuals whose dedication, genius, and moral vision helped shape the course of human events. The work of the Center is motivated by the conviction that the example of a great and good life, studied in depth and at length, can become a guiding influence on people’s lives today as they confront their own choices, decisions, and opportunities. Focusing on well-known and less-well-known figures from the present and the past, students and researchers study inspiring individuals in the context of their times and the circles in which they moved, using them as powerful lenses through which to view history and understand societal change.

 
This is a position for Master’s, Doctoral, or Postdoctoral students. To apply, please email a cover letter and resume totransformative.lives@nyu.edu.

Call for Papers: gnovis, ‘International & Intercultural’ (Due 7/27)

gnovis is Georgetown’s online peer-reviewed journal devoted to interdisciplinary scholarship at the intersection of communication, culture and technology. Published electronically three times per year, gnovis’ mission is to offer a platform for graduate students from around the globe to share their cutting edge research on the roles of new technologies in politics, art, science, culture, and education. For further information, please visit our website at gnovisjournal.org

 

We are pleased to announce that we are currently welcoming submissions for our Special Summer 2012 issue titled ‘International & Intercultural.’ As we become ever more deeply immersed in an international and intercultural world, our ideas, problems and solutions take on increasingly global dimensions. As such, gnovis encourages – though does not oblige – authors to consider addressing some facet of international or intercultural communication in their works. Submissions may be presented in the form of research papers or multimedia projects and potential topics may include but are not limited to politics, art, gender, race, ethnicity and identity, nationalism, Web 2.0 and social media, digital representation, and technology.  

gnovis will accept original research until Friday, July 27th. To learn more about our submission guidelines, clickhere and any additional questions may be addressed to Katerina Girginova, Editor-in-Chief, at:kg295@eorgetown.edu

We look forward to receiving your submissions!

Best,

 

Katerina Girginov

kg295@georgetown.edu

Editor-in-Chief

&

Sarah Inman

sci4@georgetown.edu

Managing Journal Editor

Incoming Draper Student Seeking Apartment Share

Incoming Draper student Joshua Stein (who describes himself as having a Google maps level understanding of City geography) is hoping to find an apartment share with other students. Joshua doesn’t have many particulars–he’s simply looking for a bedroom in an area accessible to campus. If you have a room available or any leads to pass on, please contact Joshua directly at stein.joshua.d@gmail.com.