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Published by Amy Martin on 19 Apr 2015

FPSA Officers 2015-2016

The FPSA officers for 2015-2016 will be:

Executive committee representatives: Thomas Muzart, Angélique Aristondo

  • Alternates: Saiful Saleem, Chris Brandon

Chair, FPSA: Thomas Muzart

Graduate Council Rep (thru 2016): Allison Faris

Secretary, FPSA: Amy Martin

  • Alternate: Parfait Kouacou

Faculty Membership committee: Chris Brandon, Frederick Baitinger

  • Alternates: Jasmine Narcisse, Lisa Karakaya

Admissions and Awards committee: Thomas Muzart, Lisa Karakaya

  • Alternates: Allison Faris, Marguerite Van Cook

Curriculum and Exams committee: Chris Brandon, Chris Clarke

  • Alternates: Frederick Baitinger, Saiful Saleem

Student Elections committee: Thomas Muzart, Eric Lynch, Angélique Aristondo

  • Alternates: Allison Faris (currently serving as Eric’s alternate), Marguerite Van Cook

Ad-hoc Alumni Relations committee: Eric Lynch, Saiful Saleem

  • Alternates: Allison Faris, Mariana Goycoechea

Congratulations to our new representatives!

Published by Amy Martin on 27 Mar 2014

The Results Are In!

The FPSA officers for 2014-2015 will be:

Executive committee representatives: Thomas Muzart, Allison Faris

  • Alternates: Parfait Kouacou, Marguerite Van Cook

Chair, FPSA: Thomas Muzart

Graduate Council Rep: Phillip Griffith (2014-2017, 2-year term)

Secretary, FPSA: Amy Martin

Faculty Membership committee: Chris Brandon, Ashley Williard

  • Alternates: Mariana Goycoechea, Patricia Winter

Admissions and Awards committee: Phillip Griffith, Eric Lynch

  • Alternates: Lisa Karakaya, Marguerite Van Cook

Curriculum committee: Chris Brandon, Eric Lynch

  • Alternates: Frederic Baitinger, Amy Martin

Student Elections committee: Frederic Baitinger, Amy Martin, Antoinette Williams-Tutt

FPSA Alumni Relations ad-hoc committee: Amy Martin, Antoinette Williams-Tutt

Congratulations to our new representatives!

Published by Amy Martin on 25 Feb 2014

March 3rd FPSA Meeting

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Published by Amy Martin on 12 Feb 2014

USS Scholarships – Application due April 7th

The University Student Senate (USS) is pleased to announce their Ernesto Malave Merit, Graduate Peer Mentoring, and Donald and Mary Ellen Passantino Scholarships competition.

One Ernesto Malave Merit Scholarship of $1500.00 will be awarded to a Graduate Center student in good academic standing with a 3.5 and above demonstrating outstanding academic and leadership performance under extraordinary circumstances.

The Donald and Mary Ellen Passantino Awards are for Graduate Center students with a disability and / or international students that have at least a 2.5 GPA. One Donald and Mary Ellen Passantino Award of $750.00 shall be awarded to a student with a disability and one to an international student. This scholarship recognizes international students and students with disabilities who have demonstrated outstanding scholarship and enthusiastic leadership and service under extraordinary circumstances.

In 2013, the University Student Senate of the City University of New York established the Graduate Peer Mentoring Scholarship. The scholarship awards $1000.00 to one student per campus, per academic year for demonstrating a tremendous effort to help other graduate students through academic support, professional development, and leadership development within their college community.

Applicants can apply to only one scholarship per academic year (either the Ernesto Malave Merit, Graduate Peer Mentoring, or the Donald and Mary Ellen Passantino Scholarship).

All applications must be received by the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs, The Graduate Center, 365 Fifth Avenue – Room 7301– New York, New York 10016, byApril 7.

Please see the scholarship application forms.

 

Published by Amy Martin on 07 Dec 2013

FPSA DECEMBER MEETING

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The French Program Student Association will be holding the third meeting of the semester on Wednesday, December 11 at 12pm in room 5489.

The first order of business is always to approve the proposed agenda and the previous meeting’s minutes, so be sure to review both before arriving. They’re both posted under the FPSA & DSC tab. Before we approve the agenda, anyone can motion to add, remove or edit items–so please feel free to suggest important ideas that might require some decision making or discussion by the group.

See you there!

Published by Amy Martin on 28 Oct 2013

Conférence@934 – “US Media’s Coverage of France”

US Media’s Coverage of France

Steven Erlanger    

London bureau chief for The New York Times, previous bureau chief in Paris

Laure Mandeville

Chief US correspondent for Le Figaro in Washington

 

Monday, November 18, 2013 at 6:30 pm

Consulate General of France

934 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10021

(btw. 74th and 75th Streets)

Please RSVP to: rsvp.new-york-fslt@diplomatie.gouv.fr

 

The French American friendship is characterized by a fruitful political, cultural and economic dialog. French and American journalists are contributing to this dialog everyday, reporting on our respective countries. We will welcome two internationally recognized reporters: Steven Erlanger from The New York Times and Laure Mandeville from Le Figaro, for a productive discussion on the US media’s coverage of France in the 21st century.

Steven Erlanger became the London bureau chief of The New York Times in August 2013, after five years as bureau chief in Paris and, before that, four years as bureau chief in Jerusalem. He has served as Berlin bureau chief, bureau chief for Central Europe and the Balkans, based in Prague, and chief diplomatic correspondent, based in Washington. From 1991 to 1995, he was posted in Moscow, after being Bangkok bureau chief and Southeast Asia correspondent from 1988 to 1991.   In New York, he was Culture Editor from 2002 to 2004. Previously, he worked for The Boston Globe. He was European correspondent, based in London, 1983-87, and deputy national and foreign editor.  He reported from Eastern Europe, Moscow and revolutionary Iran.

Laure Mandeville has been the chief US correspondent for Le Figaro in Washington since January 2009. She joined the foreign desk of Le Figaro in 1989 and spent twenty years covering the post-soviet world (Eastern Europe, Russia, Baltic countries, Caucasus, Ukraine, Central Asia). She was correspondent to Moscow from 1997 to 2000. She also covered Europe, Islam in Europe and transatlantic relations. She is the author of The Russian Army, a Power in Tatters (1994) and The Russian Reconquest (2008).

 

Conferences@934 is a series of monthly conferences organized by the Consulate General of France that brings together two leading experts who share their analyses on international issues.  More information: http://www.consulfrance-newyork.org or on

 

 

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