Hi! Here's the RSVP link for Self-Defense Workshop WISS is cosponsoring this Saturday. Remember the rape incident in front of Kimmel last week? Keep your life safe by attending this workshop!
WISS is inviting YOU to join our First-Year Committee!
What is it?
i. Members are welcomed to attend our regular board meetings.
ii. The board will share meeting minutes and planning documents with the members so that they can make comments.
iii. Members will help advertise WISS events to Wagner community.
iv. Members will be requested to make proposals and plans for events and student outreach.
v. First-Year Representative will be selected from First-Year Committee through a discussion in the board and the committee.
(First-Year Representative will be one of board members and serve as the leader of the committee.)
How to apply?
Send an email to Keita Nishimura (firstname.lastname@example.org) with following information by Wednesday 10/9.
2. Year, program, specialization (if decided)
3. Which country you are from
4. Reason for applying, thing you want to do in WISS. (2 or 3 sentences are enough.)
Save the date for: Insider’s Courses Guidance!
Are you wondering which courses you should not miss in your specialization?
What fellow students have to say about their experiences with different professors and classes?
What courses in other specializations you should take as electives?
Come and meet second-year students from each specialization who can provide you with useful tips for managing your courses!
Where? Rudin, 2nd floor Puck
When? Friday 10/11 3pm-5pm
Don't forget there's International Student Workshop going on. It's gonna be about social etiquette this week, which must be crucial. I'll be there, so I hope to see you there.
International Student Workshops
When: Fridays in September & October, 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Where: Rudin Conference Room, 2nd Floor, Puck Building (295 Lafayette Street)
WISS is having the first general meeting to kick off the new semester!
When and Where? Fri. 9/27 3:00pm @ Large Collaborative 411, 4th floor, Bobst Library
Come and find out about following BURNING topics:
- First Year Committee recruitment. We'll welcome any student who wants to plan WISS events with us.
- First Year Representative selection. Also looking for a first year student who can join our board representing first year students.
- Our plans for fall semester events.
Contact: Keita Nishimura email@example.com
Thank you all for attending Wagner Salon - UN Internship! I hope you found it useful. Hope to see you guys again really soon.
Don't forget to check out the first Wagner Salon today and find out about internship experiences at the UN!
What is this? The (very FIRST) Wagner Salon - The United Nations Internships co-sponsored by WISS, the Wagner Students Alliance for Africa (WSAFA) and the International Public Service Association (IPSA): A panel discussion on the experience of 2nd-Year Wagner students who recently completed a spring/summer internship at the UN. You'll get the first-hand information about the daily works of the world's largest multilateral agency as well as the opportunities and challenges of the UN internships.
When? 9/20/2013 Friday 5:30pm-7:00pm
Where? The Puck Building, Rice and Newman Conference Rooms, 2nd. Floor
What to do afterwards? Join us at Wagner Happy Hour at Slainte starting at 5pm (304 Bowery)
Hi! I am Keita Nishimura, the president of WISS in 2013-2014.
This year we are keeping you informed through this blog as well as our facebook group.
Like WISS => https://www.facebook.com/groups/wagner.wiss/
Stay tuned for upcoming posts!
WELCOME AND KICK-OFF MEETING
Friday, Sep 16, 2011
At this first open-board general meeting, you will learn about who we are, what we do, and what we are planning for the new school year as an identity group and representative organization of increasing international student body at Wagner and ways to get involved. We are also here to hear your first-two-week-at-Wagner stories as international students and your thoughts for WISS. Pizza and soft drinks will be served!
Place: Aquino Conference Room, Puck Building
Time: Friday, Sep 16, 4-6 PM
NYU AND NYC EVENTS
EXPLORE NEW YORK, EXPLORE THE WORLD- LITTLE ITALY
by NYU Office of Student Affairs
Friday, Sep 16, 2011
Take a walk through Little Italy and learn about the history of Italian immigrants. Take a bite as you explore the neighborhood and feel the lights, sounds, smells, and crowds. Meet at the Kimmel Lobby (60 Washington Square South) at 12:15pm and leave at 12:30pm SHARP. The tour begin at 1:00 and finished no later than 3:30pm. RSVP by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org (include cell phone number and NetID)
The 9/11 Memorial opens to public this week
From Sep 12, 2011
This week, ten years to the day after the September 11 attacks, the 9/11 Memorial will open as a permanent monument to what happened that day.
When to visit:
Sept 12–Jan 8: Mon–Fri 10am–8pm; Sat, Sun 9am–8pm.
Beginning Jan 9: Daily 10am–6pm.
Free; advance reservations required.
Click here to Learn more>>
Join WISS Facebook Group to get connected and learn about what's happening! The best way to find us on Facebook, is to type in "Wagner WISS" in your search box (or simply click here)
Keep informed of some important datelines by checking out NYU OISS's Current Dateline Page often. They updates on issues on immigration, and their programs and services.