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2009

  • Resolve to Jumpstart Your Career in 2010

    Today's economy presents both challenges and opportunities for people in and out of the workforce. To help New Yorkers successfully navigate through periods of transition and learn how to better market themselves to potential employers, the NYU School of Continuing & Professional Studies (www.scps.nyu.edu) will offer intensive career and life planning courses during its Winter Session in January 2010.
  • NYU-SCPS Offers Writers Winter Term Intensive: "The Craft of the Story"

    "The Craft of the Story," an intensive four-day program which teaches beginner and intermediate-level writers the fundamentals of storytelling as they focus on fiction writing, memoir writing, or screenwriting, will launch this winter at NYU-SCPS.
  • NYU Schack Institute of Real Estate Launches New Center for the Sustainable Built Environment

    The NYU Schack Institute of Real Estate, the University's home for graduate study, continuing education, and applied research in the fields of real estate and construction management, has launched a new Center for the Sustainable Built Environment (SBE@NYU Schack) to support increased research and education about improved, “evidence-based” industry practices in the area of sustainable real estate development and investment.
  • Jean Avnet Morse, former president of Middle States, is New Associate Dean of Academic Affairs

    Jean Avnet Morse, who served for 13 years as president and CEO of the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, will become the new Associate Dean of Academic Affairs at the New York University School of Continuing and Professional Studies, beginning in January 2010.
  • 100 Great Films: Ten Years of William Wolf's Best Ten Films

    Looking for good films to rent? William Wolf, who currently teaches the "Movie Previews" course at NYU-SCPS, lists his top ten choices over the last ten years.
  • New Course Series is Financial Professionals' "Tool Kit" for Success in New Business Environment

    "How to Achieve Success in Today's Economic Crisis," a new course series to help finance professionals retool and identify coming opportunities in the banking and financial services industries, will launch this fall at the New York University School of Continuing and Professional Studies.
  • NYU Online Programs Help Adult Learners Complete College Degree

    Two undergraduate programs at the New York University School of Continuing and Professional Studies (NYU-SCPS) open new opportunities for adult students with prior college credits to earn a degree online.
  • OPR Director Featured as Keynote Speaker at NYU's 1st Annual Tax Controversy Forum

    NYU-SCPS launched its 1st Annual Tax Controversy Forum on June 12 at The Westin New York at Times Square. In what was only her second official public appearance since taking over as director of the IRS Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR), Karen L. Hawkins took on the task of being the Forum’s first keynote speaker, and she did not disappoint.
  • NYU-SCPS Celebrates Seymour Chwast as Artist of Fall 2009 75th Anniversary Bulletin Cover

    The New York University School of Continuing and Professional Studies (NYU-SCPS) today unveiled the latest addition to its bulletin cover art collection with the Fall 2009 edition, created by renowned New York designer, illustrator, and painter Seymour Chwast for the School’s 75th anniversary.
  • JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon Addresses State of the Economy at NYU Hospitality Conference

    JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon was quite riveting as the featured keynote luncheon speaker at the 31st Annual NYU International Hospitality Investment Industry Conference. Numerous media outlets such as Reuters, Bloomberg, and Crain's New York Business covered the CEO's keynote address.
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