Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Upcoming NYU Regional Events: Long Island and Connecticut

For those of you who live near Long Island or Connecticut, we wanted to make sure you were aware of the two upcoming regional events. An opportunity for you to come out, meet alumni and some of our staff. Alumni have said such positive things about our regional events and the speakers who present at these events. Below are all the details and we do hope to see you there.

Long Island, NY
Greening The Government
Putting Policy Into Practice
Featuring NYU Professor Dale Jamieson

Tuesday, March 23, 2009
7:00 - 8:30 PM

Register Here

Join NYU alumni, parents and friends from your community for a very special evening of lively discussion with Professor Dale Jamieson.

Are you driving a Prius yet? Will you turn off your computer after you register for this event? Should there be a law to make sure that you do?

Join NYU Professor Dale Jamieson as he offers up some advice to the Obama administration on why bailing out our climate should have a spot on the To Do list.

Dale Jamieson is the Director of Environmental Studies at NYU, where he is also Professor of Environmental Studies and Philosophy. His most recent book is Ethics and the Environment: An Introduction, and is the co-author of a major report to the United States Environmental Protection Agency.

Beverages and hors d'oeuvres will be served.

Westbury Manor
1100 Jericho Turnpike
Westbury, New York

RSVP by March 18, 2009

Greenwich, Connecticut
Teaching Journalism in the Avalanche:
How do we Adapt to a Changing World?

Featuring NYU Professor Brooke Kroeger

Tuesday, March 31, 2009
7:00 - 8:30 PM

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Join NYU alumni, parents and friends from your community for a very special evening of lively discussion with Professor Brooke Kroeger.

With the rise of the Internet, blogging, citizen journalism, and social networking, why do we still need to train students in the art of journalism? According to Brooke Kroeger, director of NYU's Arthur L. Carter Institute of Journalism, teaching budding journalists is more important than ever because of the lack of filters on the way we consume our news and information. Join us to hear more about how NYU is uniquely positioned to set the course for journalists in our ever evolving society.

Former New York Newsday deputy metropolitan editor and UN correspondent Brooke Kroeger is the director of NYU's Carter Journalism Institute. She has written about everything from local and state politics to sports, and early in her career, she spent eight years overseas with the United Press International after four years with the agency in Chicago. She was Tel Aviv bureau chief for three years before returning to London to serve as the agency's chief editor for Europe, the Middle East and Africa. She is the author of biographies of Nellie Bly and Fannie Hurst and a book about the phenomenon of passing for what one is not. Currently, she is researching a book on undercover reporting for the Visions of the American Press Book Series of Northwestern University Press.

Beverages and hors d'oeuvres will be served.

Bruce Museum
One Museum Drive
Greenwich, CT

RSVP by March 25, 2009

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