The Jubilee Chorus Performs at The Bowery Mission
Dr. Elizabeth Swanson, School of Music assistant professor and conductor of the Nyack College Chorale and the Jubilee Chorus, announces a tremendous example of outreach in the community.
The Jubilee Chorus, whose members include several Nyack College alumni, will bring its ministry to The Bowery Mission Saturday, Nov. 1 at 5:00 pm to provide a chapel service to the homeless.
The Bowery Mission has been a catalyst for New Yorkers to help the homeless since 1879, responding to their immediate needs: food, shelter, clothing, and medical care. The residential recovery program addresses deeper needs for spiritual wholeness, life and job skills training, and addiction recovery.
Click here to learn more about The Bowery Mission.
More information about the Jubilee Chorus can be found here.
TODAY: Second Chance to Audition for Spring 2015 Production of "The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon"
Dr. Kevin Pinkham, Nyack College English professor and performing arts advisor, has announced auditions for the cast and crew for the spring 2015 production of The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon!
Auditions and interviews will be held today, Friday October 31 in Hilltop School from 2:00-5:00 p.m. in the Hilltop School Auditorium (Costumes are optional).
Interested? Be prepared to present a short (1-5 minute) monologue. Actors will also be asked to play improvisational games and read from the script.
If you’d like to be a part of the working crew, bring a brief résumé describing your experience and be prepared to talk about the work you would can do. If you have no experience, there may still be a place for you!
Students who are accepted will be allowed to earn three credits through ENG 342, but are not required to take the class.
Have questions? Please contact Dr. Pinkham: email@example.com.
NOV. 5-6: Dr. Kevin Danaher is Fall 2014 Nyack 's Scholars Symposium Plenary Speaker
The Nyack College Center for Scholarship and Global Engagement (CSGE) will hosts its Sixth Annual Nyack Scholar’s Symposium, “In Search of Global Sustainability.” The two-day event will be held on Wednesday, November 5 at the New York City campus, 2 Washington Street in Manhattan and on Thursday, November 6 at the Rockland County campus at 1 South Boulevard in Nyack.
The plenary speaker will be Dr. Kevin Danaher, a co-founder of Global Exchange (1988), co-founder of FairTradeUSA (1997), founder and executive co-producer of the Green Festivals (2001), and founding executive director of Friends of SF Environment (2012). Described by The New York Times as the “Paul Revere of globalization’s woes,” Dr. Danaher’s analytical expertise, sense of humor, and blunt eloquence make him an exceptionally dynamic speaker. He has written or edited 11 books and co-authored The Green Festival Reader: Fresh ideas from Agents of Change (PoliPoint Press, 2011) with Alisa Gravitz. With Shannon Biggs and Jason Mark he co-wrote Building the Green Economy: Success Stories from the Grassroots (PoliPoint Press, 2010). Dr. Danaher’s plenary address will address, “The merging of spirituality and science can save humanity form itself.”
CSGE director, Dr. Vilma Balmaceda says, “We anticipate that our moderators and responding panelists on both campuses will stimulate a dynamic scholarly dialogue. It is our hope that this event will continue to go beyond the boundaries of our campus community and grow our audiences to include the communities and neighbors near our New York campuses in Manhattan and in Rockland County.
The Symposium will also include breakout sessions featuring presentations from Nyack College and Alliance Theological Seminary faculty and students.
For more information on the symposium, visit www.nyack.edu/csge.
OCTOBER 30: CSGE Colloquium Series on Environmental Sustainability
Nyack’s Center for Scholarship and Global Engagement
Colloquium on Environmental Sustainability
“Sustainability and the Food Movement:
Local and Global Efforts to Cultivate Wellness, Health, and a Livable Planet”
Kelly Moltzen, RD.
Founder, Food and Spirituality Committee, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
Thursday, October 30, 2014
5:05 – 6:00 p.m.
Nyack College New York City Campus
2 Washington Street – Room 2241
New York, NY
For more information about CSGE events, visit www.nyack.edu/csge
NY Times Hails Rear Admiral R. Timothy Ziemer (NC '65) as "The Malaria Fighter"
A recent New York Times “Profiles in Science” article puts the spotllight on 1965 Nyack College alumnus, Rear Admiral R. Timothy Ziemer as “The Malaria Fighter.”
Admiral Ziemer was appointed the U.S. malaria coordinator by President George W. Bush. He is the son of Nathan Robert Ziemer (Nyack ’41), one of eight Christian and Missionary Alliance missionaries who lost their lives during the 1968 Tet Offensive in Vietnam.
Read the article in its entirety here.
- The Jubilee Chorus Performs at The Bowery Mission
- TODAY: Second Chance to Audition for Spring 2015 Production of "The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon"
- NOV. 5-6: Dr. Kevin Danaher is Fall 2014 Nyack 's Scholars Symposium Plenary Speaker
- OCTOBER 30: CSGE Colloquium Series on Environmental Sustainability
- NY Times Hails Rear Admiral R. Timothy Ziemer (NC '65) as "The Malaria Fighter"
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