Academic and Faculty Affairs
SPS Faculty Thematic Salon - Political Movements: US Election Results, COVID, the Future of Learning

This fall, the Office of Academic and Faculty Affairs is pleased to continue the SPS Faculty Research Salon Series for all full-time faculty. In addition to holding two thematic Salons, we are offering two workshop sessions on the logistics of conducting research as a full-time faculty member at SPS/NYU. Each session will be co-hosted by Karen Krahulik (Associate Dean of Academic and Faculty Affairs) and Sylvia Maier (Faculty Council Vice-Chair, Clinical Associate Professor CGA). We look forward to seeing you there!

Please click here to RSVP to this SPS Faculty Thematic Salon. Please note this salon will be held remotely via Zoom. Once the RSVP is received, the Zoom Meeting ID will be sent via Google Calendar Invitation.


Feel free to contact the SPS Office of Academic and Faculty Affairs via email (sps.facultyaffairs@nyu.edu) or phone (212-992-9030) if you have any questions.

DATE DECEMBER 7, 2020
TIME 4PM-6PM EST
LOCATION Zoom
COST $Free
Contact sps.facultyaffairs@nyu.edu
DATE DECEMBER 7, 2020
TIME 4PM-6PM EST
LOCATION Zoom
Contact sps.facultyaffairs@nyu.edu
COST $Free

This fall, the Office of Academic and Faculty Affairs is pleased to continue the SPS Faculty Research Salon Series for all full-time faculty. In addition to holding two thematic Salons, we are offering two workshop sessions on the logistics of conducting research as a full-time faculty member at SPS/NYU. Each session will be co-hosted by Karen Krahulik (Associate Dean of Academic and Faculty Affairs) and Sylvia Maier (Faculty Council Vice-Chair, Clinical Associate Professor CGA). We look forward to seeing you there!

Please click here to RSVP to this SPS Faculty Thematic Salon. Please note this salon will be held remotely via Zoom. Once the RSVP is received, the Zoom Meeting ID will be sent via Google Calendar Invitation.


Feel free to contact the SPS Office of Academic and Faculty Affairs via email (sps.facultyaffairs@nyu.edu) or phone (212-992-9030) if you have any questions.