Monthly Archives: February 2013

NYU Journalism Talk Tonight


Draper Students Competing in Threesis

Good afternoon Draper,
 
Congratulations to our fellow Draperites who have been selected to compete in this year’s Threesis Challenge:
 
Amanda Kaplan
Charles Kollmer
Christine Olson
Fianna Raven MacGregor
Kevin McKouen
Kristine Hope Kowalski
Tasha Inyat Jamaluddin
Valentine Lysikatos
 
Qualifying rounds, as well as the Final Round, will take place in April. Please consider attending the public Final Round, to cheer on these fine folks and help select Audience Favorite! (We will send details closer to the date.)
 
In the mean time, best of luck to our eight competitors in their preparation and upcoming qualifying rounds, and best of luck to all who undertaking their thesis work.
 

DSO’s Belated Kick Off Party this Thursday, 2/21

The Draper Student Organization’s Belated Kick Off Party is This Thursday, February 21st, 8:30pm at the Four Faced Liar (165 West 4th Street).

Swing by and schmooze with some other Draperites! Meet future research collaborators, business partners, friends, lovers, whatever!
Best of all, ***FREE DRINKS*** the DSO will pay for your first one (or two, or three!?) drinks! Get there early before we run out.
See you there,
The Draper Student Organization

Journal of Invisible Culture – Issue 20 & Reviews

InVisible Culture: An Electronic Journal for Visual Culture (IVC) invites papers that consider “ecologies” for Issue 20. Please send completed papers (with references following the guidelines from the Chicago Manual of Style) of between 4,000 and 10,000 words to ivc.rochester@gmail.com by March 15th, 2013 at 11:59pm EST. Inquiries should be sent to the same address. Please consult attached CFP:IVC – Ecologies.pdf or click here for more details.
 
IVC is also expanding its reviews section! We now welcome film and exhibition reviews from emerging and established scholars and critics in addition to book reviews. Please consult attached CFP: IVC – Ecologies.pdf or click here for more details. Additionally, now you can view our entire archive of reviews by visiting our reviews page.
 

* InVisible Cultureis an electronic journal of visual culture. The journal is dedicated to explorations of the material and political dimensions of cultural practices: the means by which cultural objects and communities are produced, the historical contexts in which they emerge, and the regimes of knowledge or modes of social interaction to which they contribute.

DSO/Wasserman Center Event here at Draper

Hello Draperites,

The Draper Student Organization invites you all to:
A Draper Student Orientation to the Wasserman Center for Career Development
 
This event will be in the Map Room between 4-5:30pm on Tuesday, February 26th.
Complimentary drinksand snacks will be on hand!
 
A representative from Wassermanwill give a presentation and answer your questions. Learn about the numerous resources available at The Wasserman Center and how to look ahead to your career development. This presentation will be tailored particularly to the interest and needs to Draper students. It will provide you with information on all the resources, programs, seminars, and opportunities available through The Wasserman Center you can use to turn your NYU degree into lucrative and/or fulfilling career.
 
As space may be limited, we ask that you PLEASE RSVP by sending an email to dsonyu@gmail.com with WASSERMAN RSVP in the subject line. Thanks!
 
See you there!
Wasserman and the Draper Student Organization