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2010

  • NYU-SCPS Tax Controversy Forum: Professional Responsibility, Enforcement Paramount to Federal Tax System

    The Second Annual NYU Tax Controversy Forum will bring together government officials and expert private practitioners to discuss a broad range of topics centered on federal tax audits, appeals, and litigation. The day-long conference will be held at the Westin New York at Times Square on Friday, June 18, 2010, from 8 a.m. to 5:15 p.m.
  • DOC NYC Festival Launches With Inaugural Event This November

    DOC NYC, New York City’s first and only festival celebrating documentary storytelling across the fields of film, photography, prose, radio and other innovative forms, will hold its inaugural festival Wednesday, November 3 – Sunday, November 7, 2010. DOC NYC will be based at the IFC Center in the heart of Greenwich Village. The New York University School of Continuing and Professional Studies (NYU-SCPS) has signed on to be the festival’s Presenting Partner, in association with Tisch School of the Arts.
  • Constantine Kontokosta to Head New Center for the Sustainable Built Environment at NYU Schack

    The NYU Schack Institute of Real Estate has named Professor Constantine Kontokosta as director of the new Center for the Sustainable Built Environment (SBE).
  • U.S. Lodging Industry Fees and Surcharges to Resume Upward Trend in 2010

    NYU Tisch Center's Dr. Bjorn Hanson releases his 2010 trend analysis report on hotel fees and surcharges.
  • NYU-SCPS Announces New Home in Greenwich Village

    Marking a high point in the celebration of its 75th anniversary, the New York University School of Continuing and Professional Studies announced that it is uniting its Washington Square academic programs and services--now arrayed across several locations in Greenwich Village--into a single NYU building at 7 East 12th Street.
  • Generation Next on the Future of Publishing

    NYU publishing students and recent alumni will discuss the impact of the Millennial Generation on the publishing industry—present and future—at Book Expo America 2010. “Millennials and Publishing: Meet the Next Generation,” co-hosted by the NYU-SCPS Center for Publishing and the Book Industry Study Group, will take place Thursday May 27, 2010, at the Expo’s venue in the Jacob K. Javits Center in New York City.
  • Learn "The Craft of the Story" at NYU-SCPS, with Writers Peter Selgin, Melissa Febos and Christina Lazaridi

    “The Craft of the Story,” an intensive four-day program which teaches beginner and intermediate-level writers the fundamentals of storytelling in various genres, runs May 2010 at NYU-SCPS. The faculty includes noted writers Peter Selgin, Melissa Forbes, and Christina Lazaridi.
  • NYU-SCPS Inspiring the Next Wave of Web Design

    To answer the growing demand for competent Web designers that can handle multiple formats, a new professional Certificate in Web Production program will launch in fall 2010. The nine-course curriculum will cover such topics as Web law, Web production, media management, information architecture, and graphic design for the Web, including color systems and usability. Formats are intended for working professionals, with all classes meeting evenings and weekends.
  • NYU Tisch Center's Lalia Rach to Get Her "Just Desserts"

    Loews Hotels CEO Jonathan Tisch will host a celebratory roast and fundraiser, "Lalia's Just Desserts," in honor of Lalia Rach, who after serving 15 years as head of the NYU Tisch Center is stepping down to rejoin the full-time faculty. Friendly roasts by industry leaders and colleagues from the hospitality, tourism, and sports industries, desserts and champagne, and industry networking are all on the program. The event will happen June 7, 2010 at the Loews Regency Hotel in Manhattan.
  • NYU-SCPS Lightens Up the "Dog Days of Summer"

    Celebrated artist William Wegman has placed his iconic stamp on the cover of the Summer 2010 course bulletin from the New York University School of Continuing and Professional Studies.
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