Showcasing Student Achievement Through International Study
On November 21, 2014 from 9:15 am-1:00pm the inaugural NYU Global Engagement Symposium will be held in the Kimmel Center for University Life. In an interconnected global network that sees internationally focused student achievement at NYU span six continents and many of the world's most dynamic cities, the symposium is a nexus for a diverse body of undergraduate student presenters to come together and share their accomplishments in global engagement. Participants will gain valuable experience fostering global conversations in a formal conference setting, as well as demonstrate the many ways NYU's global network can be utilized to achieve goals in independent research and personal development.
Kimmel Center for University Life, 8th Floor
Realty Talks presented: 11:40-12:05pm
"A qualitative research and social art project, “Reality Talks,” aims to understand how people perceive and express their own reality. It is made up of a series of interviews with and portraits of nine individuals from Morocco and explores the subjects’ beliefs on topics such as existence, truth, subjectivity, ambiguity, freedom, and culture as well as their role in these beliefs."