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T-5 Days until the NYWICI Student Communications Career Conference!

  register here! Panel topics include: Improving Your Financial Wellness Effective Networking Content Marketing & Beyond Building Your Presentation Skills Think Outside the Box: Non-Traditional Communication Jobs Marketing Me Finding Your Best Opening Act: Exploring First Internships and Jobs From AI to VR: Growing Skills for the Future How to Be an Influencer The Secrets to Getting Coveted Scholarships With speakers… Read more »

42nd Margaret Mead Film Festival at the American Museum of Natural History

You are invited to opening night at this year’s Margaret Mead Film Festival (October 18-21),the internationally recognized premier platform for documentary films in the unique setting of the American Museum of Natural History. This year’s festival will screen 55 outstanding films from 39 countries and host special events and performances featuring 14 U.S. premieres and 4 North American premieres. The opening-night film is… Read more »

Poster Display opportunities for students and professors at NJ Tech Day, 11/8 at Rutgers, New Brunswick

Professors and Students – Got a great new technology you and your class are developing?  Got a super project or thesis you are working on?  Let the NJ Tech Council share it with over 700 of our members throughout the region, giving you a great networking opportunity for future jobs and other opportunities! On November 8th the Council will be… Read more »

Hear Lev Grossman speak at Fordham

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A lecture by New York Times best-selling author Lev Grossman, author of The Magicians, The Magician King, and The Magician’s Land Join us for this event celebrating the Mary Higgins Clark Chair in Creative Writing. Monday, 15 October 2018 | 6 p.m. A reception immediately follows the lecture. Fordham University | Pope Auditorium 113 West 60th Street | New York… Read more »

Politics Event + Complimentary Cocktails for Fordham Students

Opportunity for NY Students: PitchNY 2018

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Over the past two years, Governor Cuomo’s Office of Motion Picture & Television Development, the National Hispanic Foundation for the Arts, and NBCUniversal have hosted PitchNY, a workshop that provides aspiring filmmakers, producers and writers from across New York with resources and advice and facilitates connections with entertainment experts. This year, PitchNY invites undergraduate students and recent alumni to participate in the one-day intensive… Read more »

NYC Media Lab ’18

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NYCML’18 is a snapshot of the best thinking, projects and talent from across the City’s industry and university ecosystem. Through thought-provoking discussions, hands-on workshops, and 100 innovative demos, attendees will consider pressing issues related to digital media innovation. The event is hosted by The New School, with an Open Lab Day on Friday September 21st at NYU Kimmel Center. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/nyc-media-lab-18-tickets-38371249440… Read more »

Germaine Dulac Series at Film Society of Lincoln Center

The Film Society of Lincoln Center is excited to celebrate the work of Germaine Dulac, a pioneering French figure of queer and avant-garde cinema, from August 24-30. Germaine Dulac’s bold experimentation helped legitimize cinema in the art world, and we are proud to share these rare films with the New York community.   We are looking to spread the word about this special… Read more »

Flash Advising Opportunities for Students Interested in CMS Majors!

NYPD 3rd annual Campus Sexual Assault Poster Contest

ANNOUNCEMENT SUBMISSIONS REQUESTED FOR THE 3rd ANNUAL NYPD CAMPUS SEXUAL ASSAULT POSTER CONTEST WITH $5000 IN PRIZES The New York City Police Department is inviting undergraduate and graduate students to showcase their artistic talent and their commitment to ending campus sexual assault by participating in the NYPD Campus Sexual Assault Poster Contest. The goal of the contest is to encourage… Read more »