Carl Bernstein’s Cold War Course

Carl-BernsteinPulitzer Prize-winning journalist Carl Bernstein will teach The Cold War: Reshaping America and the World during the Fall 2014 semester. He will co-teach the topics course with Frank Myers, Distinguished Teaching Professor in the Department of Political Science.

The course is co-scheduled as POL 391.03 and HIS 357.03, and will meet in Frey Hall, Room 222, on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11:30 am to 12:50 pm.

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US Latino Literature and Culture Course

hus270HUS 271  |  Tues/Thur 11:30-12:50

What does it mean to be Latino/a, Chicano/a, Mestizo/a, Hispanic, Brown, boriqua, dominicano/a, Spanish, Undocumented, Mixed?

Taught in English, this course explores the ways that art, media, and activism challenge these diverse identities; how questions of gender, sexuality, race, and class affect ongoing struggles for representation and equality.

View the flyer for more info.  Enroll now, or for more information contact: Professor


Public Health Recruitment Fair

pbhealthThe Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health (ASPPH) is hosting a free graduate school recruitment fair for prospective students of public health. This is a great opportunity for prospective graduate students to learn about the growing field of public health. Meet admissions staff from CEPH-accredited schools and programs of public health at one convenient location! View the flyer!

Monday, September 22, 11AM-2PM
New York University, Hemmerdinger Hall, Silver Center

Though the event is free, attendees must pre-register by Friday, September 19.


Study Skills Workshops

study skills workshopsTime Management
August 28th 5:30pm- SAC 308
September 8th 5:30pm- E2340 Melville Library
-or- September 26th 3:00pm- SAC 308

Learn how to effectively manage your time so you can complete your school work and still have time for social activities and other responsibilities you may have. In this workshop we will create a time management schedule and estimate the time needed to study and complete school work. We will also discuss how to determine what is important and urgent versus not important and not urgent.

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