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Register for National Practice Tests (GRE,LSAT,MCAT) at NYU on Sat 2/26 at Wasserman

Seats are running out for our GRE, LSAT, and MCAT Free Practice Tests on 2/26 here at NYU so please sign-up today and reserve your spot! Information for registration is at the end of this message.

Kaplan’s free Practice Test Event is coming in February! After the test, one of our amazing instructors will give a short workshop on test-taking strategies, as well as provide you same day results, including your score and section performance. This opportunity is only once for the remainder of this school year, so take advantage of it now. To register, visit 2011 Spring National Practice Test — http://www.jotform.com/form/10060420151

Upcoming Master’s College Events

Dear Students:

Please see below for upcoming events hosted by the Master’s College, including a wine and cheese reception to kick off the year and Master’s seminars on everything from obtaining funding and getting hired to publishing scholarly articles.


The GSAS Fall Soiree at the Torch Club 18 Waverly Place
Thursday, September 23rd at 4:30 – 6:30 pm

Nothing says back to school like a Master’s College event at the Torch Club.
Come raise a glass to the fall semester. Wine and cheese.

It’s the 125th Year of the Graduate School of Arts and Science. We are proud to dedicate all of our events this year to our milestone birthday. Come celebrate 125 years of academic excellence with The GSAS Master’s College.

Register today for the GSAS Master’s Seminars, the GSAS Fall Soiree and all the great events hosted by the GSAS Master’s College Program Board! To register for any of the events below, send an email with your full name and the name of the event you’d like to attend to gsas.masterscollege.rsvp@nyu.edu. Space is limited, reserve your spot today.


GSAS Master’s Seminars

Spend Tuesdays this fall with the Master’s College honing your skills for success in graduate school. This series features topics of particular interest to graduate students aiming for excellence in scholarship and beyond. Taught by experts in the field, topics include Getting Hired; Getting Funded; Getting Published and more.

All of the Master’s Seminars are held on Tuesdays beginning at 6 pm. Sign up for one, two, or more today. To RSVP email the name of the event you’d like to attend and your full name to gsas.masterscollege.rsvp@nyu.edu.

GSAS Master’s Seminar: Get Hired! Getting Connected to the Wasserman Center for Career Development
Tuesday, September 21, 2010
The Grad Commons Room 120 in the Silver Center

It’s never too soon to start planning for the future. Jobs, internships and more are all possible through NYU’s Wasserman Center for Career Development.

Come learn how.

GSAS Master’s Seminar: Getting Funded; Education and Research
Tuesday, September 28, 2010
The Grad Commons Room 120 in the Silver Center

Do you want money for education and research? Learn from experts in the field of grant writing and review on how to get funded.

GSAS Master’s Seminar: Library Tools
Tuesday, October 5, 2010

19 University Place 1st floor

Make your librarian your best friend. Produce the kind of research that gets noticed. Learn about the amazing things the library offers to make your life as a scholar easier.

GSAS Master’s Seminar: Getting Published and Speaking on Scholarly Panels
Tuesday, October 19, 2010

19 University Place 1st floor

Do you want to get published? Have you thought about speaking at a conference?

This program can help you make that all possible. We will hear from current master’s students who have been published and have appeared on conference panels about how to get your work out there.

Fall Job and Internship Fair, Tomorrow, September 15, 2010

Fall Job and Internship Fair, Wednesday, September 15, 2010, 11:00am-3:00pm
Kimmel Center
60 Washington Square South, between LaGuardia Place and Thompson Street

The Wasserman Center for Career Development hosts a number of job and internship fairs throughout the year. Tomorrow will be their first (and largest) fair. For more information on preparing for a career fair, future events (such as the Graduate and Professional Schools Admissions Fair), and a list of employers who will be attending tomorrow’s event, please see the Wasserman website, here: http://www.nyu.edu/careerdevelopment/students/career_fairs/

NY Foreign Press Center, Site Visit (Tomorrow: Tuesday, 4/27)

The Wasserman Career Center forwarded Draper the following invitation directly, believing that this event will be of particular interest to Draper students.

Site Visit: NY Foreign Press Center, US Dept of State

New York Foreign Press Center, an office of the U.S. Department of State,
Bureau of Public Affairs Site Visit

Tuesday, 4/27, meet at Wasserman Center for Career Development at 1:15pm (2-3:45pm visit)

Individuals involved include a Senior Foreign Service Officer who is currently the Diplomat-in-Residence at the City College of New York; a Public Diplomacy Officer at the New York Foreign Press Center, who will depart soon for an assignment in Mexico; and a Program Officer of the New York Program Branch with the International Visitor Leadership Program at the U.S. Department of State.

Students of all majors, minors, and backgrounds are welcome, including “undecided.”

Please Note: U.S. Citizenship is required to serve as a Foreign Service Officer with the State Department and other U.S. federal agencies (e.g. Department of Commerce, Department of Agriculture, U.S. Agency for International Development), but any student is welcome on this particular site visit.

Please SECURE your “first come, first serve” spot by RSVP-ing on CareerNet–Seminars before 4/23. Please contact Mary.Snowden@nyu.edu with any questions.

GSAS Master’s Seminars

GSAS Master’s Seminars- Master the Road Ahead

The GSAS Master’s College is hosting several events this spring to help you hone your skills for success in graduate school. This series features topics of particular interest to graduate students aiming for excellence in scholarship and beyond. Taught by experts in the field, topics include practicing good research, grant writing and review; and planning for the next chapter- life after graduation. To register for one or more of these workshops send an email to gsas.masterscollege.rsvp@nyu.edu. Light refreshments will be served. All GSAS Master’s Seminars will be held at 19 University Place on the first floor.

Register today for:

· What to do after graduation; applying for Jobs or PhD programs – in Partnership with the Wasserman Center for Career Services, the Department of Humanities and Social Thought and Graduate Enrollment Services

Tuesday, March 2nd 5:30 – 7:00 pm

Which way will you go at this crossroads? Whether you are looking for a job or want to pursue a PhD, this seminar will help you get prepared for the next chapter. If you have just begun your master’s study, the time is now to get this planning underway. If you are closer to the end of your degree, there is no time to waste in making a plan for success. We are grateful to have the expertise of Professor Robert Dimit, Associate Director of the Draper Program, David Giovanella, the Assistant Dean of Graduate Enrollment Services and Paula Lee, Wasserman Center Counselor as members of this panel. Learn from the experts about how to prepare an application that will get noticed or how to create the resume that leads to the job.

· Practicing Good Research: Getting the most out of using the NYU Libraries’ resources and services – in partnership with the NYU Bobst Library

Tuesday, March 9th 5:30 – 7:00 pm

There’s one way to maximize your chances at straight A’s, make sure your research is solid. Scott Collard of NYU’s Bobst Library brings the science of research to your fingertips in this seminar. Learn what tools are available to you as a GSAS student. Find easy ways to make the most of your library resources. Master the best practices in research techniques and presentation.

· Get Funded- Grants and Scholarships for Study and Research