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----- Monday, April 1 -----
ICI Recruit Information Session
12:30-13:30 (5 Washington Place, 2nd Fl. Presentaion Room)
 ICI recruit assists multinational corporations to recuit Japanese/ English Speaking bilingual employees to staff their global operation
----- Tuesday, April 2 -----
Bobst Library-Research Strategies class
10:00-11:30 (Bobst Library B-level(ERC))
 RSVP: libclass@nyu.edu
----- Wednesday, April 3 -----
ALI ESL book fare
15:15-17:30 (ALI Room 109)
 Just want to let you all know that there will be an ESL book fair at the ALI in room 109 on April 3rd from 3:15-5:30.  The publishers represented will be: Cambridge, Bedford/St. Martin, Pro Lingua and U. of Michigan Press.  You'll be able to put in requests for complimentary copies of texts and enjoy delicious snacks.
----- Thursday, April 4 -----
OISS cultural festival
18:30-21:30 (Violet Cafe)
 For more info: http://www.nyu.edu/osl/oiss/programs/recur/cultfest/cultfest01_photo.html
----- Friday, April 5 -----
Japan Night Event (Happy hour)
 All Day (TBA)
Friday Colloquia-Rajend Mesthrie
16:00-18:00 (804 the Main Building, 100 Washington Squere)
 For more info: www.nyu.edu/gsas/dept/lingu/events/colloquium/
----- Monday, April 8 -----
NYC Board of Education Information & Recruiting event
16:00-19:00 (5 Washington Place 1st Fl. OCS Presentatio nroom)
 For more info. http://www.nyu.edu/careerservices
----- Tuesday, April 9 -----
TESOL 2002: Language and The Human Spirit
April 9, 2002-April 13, 2002 (Salt Lake City, Utah)
 For more info: www.tesol.org/
NYC Board of Education Job fair
14:00-18:00 (Teachers College Cafeteria, 179 Grace Dodge Hall)
 For more info: www.tc.columbia.edu/~career-services/NYCBOEFair2002.htm
----- Wednesday, April 10 -----
Japan Night Events (Book club)
All Day (TBA)
 For more info: rncha@yahoo.com
----- Friday, April 12 -----
Friday Colloquia-Norbert Hornstein
16:00-18:00 (804 the Main Building, 100 Washington Squere)
 For more info: www.nyu.edu/gsas/dept/lingu/events/colloquium/
----- Monday, April 15 -----
(Nyu) Fall 2002 Registration begins
 All Day
Bobst Library-Research Strategies class
10:00-11:30 (Bobst Library B-level(ERC))
 RSVP: libclass@nyu.edu
Japan Society Event
18:30-20:30 (333 East 47th Street  New York, NY 10017) (Occurs every Monday effective 4/15/02 until 5/13/02)
 Japan Society: www.japansociety.org
----- Wednesday, April 17 -----
ICE CREAM AND TOPPINGS
14:00-15:00 (Pless Hall)
 Dean's Hour Wednesday, April 17, 2-3pm Pless Hall Come and meet some of the Administrators and Deans of the Steinhardt School of Education and enjoy ice cream and toppings.
K-12 Education Job fair
14:00-18:00 (Teachers College Cafeteria, 179 Grace Dodge Hall)
 For more info: www.tc.columbia.edu/~career-services/K-12Fair2002.htm
Nihongo Dake Dinner
18:30-20:30 (Typhoon Lounge (St Marks Place (aka 8th Street) and 1st Avenue))
 This is a great place with good cheap food, a tatami room and a very authentic menu including hard-to-find dishes like omu-raisu and okonomiyaki. For more info: McLarenA@aol.com
----- Friday, April 19 -----
The Board of Education Fingerprinting Mobile Unit
All Day (Cochran Room, 2fl. East Bl.)
 When?   Friday, April 19 Time?   It starts at 10:30 AM; it will continue as long as there are BOE applications available; it will go into the afternoon beyond noon; students can come in at different times; there will be a sign-up sheet Where?  Cochran Room, 2nd floor of the East Bldg, 239 Greene St How Long?       It will take 10-15 minutes for the actual fingerprinting, but there are many forms to fill out; we don't know yet how many technicians will be coming (that determines how fast it goes) ID?             two (2) forms of ID, one from each list below:                 a)      Driver's License        b)      SS Card                           Passport                Birth certificate                         Green Card              NYU Student ID Originals?      All documents must be originals; if you have the opportunity, please bring copies as            well; if not, we will make copies here, but it will slow you down Cost?           $ 80 Payment?        Money Order OR Check OR Visa/Master/Discover Card (NO CASH)
(Nyu) Last day to register
 All Day
Friday Colloquia-Peter Auer
16:00-18:00 (804 the Main Building, 100 Washington Squere)
 For more info: www.nyu.edu/gsas/dept/lingu/events/colloquium/
Japan Society Event
18:30-20:30 (333 East 47th Street  New York, NY 10017)
 Japan Society: www.japansociety.org
----- Saturday, April 20 -----
NysTesol mini-conference  (B) http: //homepages.nyu.edu/~tn305/LongIslandODMAC.doc
8:30-13:30 (Molloy College, Rockville Center, Ny)
 Date: Saturday, April 20th, 2002 Time: 8:30 AM –1:00 PM Place: Molloy College, Rockville Centre, NY
----- Monday, April 22 -----
Japan Society Event
18:30-20:30 (333 East 47th Street  New York, NY 10017) (Occurs every Monday effective 4/15/02 until 5/13/02)
 Japan Society: www.japansociety.org
----- Tuesday, April 23 -----
MMS Brownbag presents
19:00-22:00 (6th floor, 239 Greene Street)
 Ana Maria Stahl Zilles, Visiting Professor, Department of Linguistics, NYU Folk Metalanguage in a German-Portuguese Bilingual Community in Southern Brazil
----- Thursday, April 25 -----
FAST BREAK BAGEL BREAKFAST
9:00-10:00 (Pless Hall)
 Come by for a quick bagel with spreads. Seniors are especially welcomed so we can answer any questions about graduation.
----- Friday, April 26 -----
Friday Colloquia-Rajend Mesthrie
16:00-18:00 (804 the Main Building, 100 Washington Squere)
 For more info: www.nyu.edu/gsas/dept/lingu/events/colloquium/
----- Saturday, April 27 -----
The Japanese American Association, Committee on Japanese Language Education
10:00-17:00 (The JAA Hall, 15 W. 44 St. 11th floor, New York, N.Y. 10036)
 The Japanese American Association, Committee on Japanese Language Education, is happy to announce its  SpringWorkshop 2002 as described below.  We look forward to your participation. DATE:            April  27, 2002 (Saturday) PLACE:          The JAA Hall, 15 W. 44 St. 11th floor, New York, N.Y. 10036                 (A half block west of 5th Avenue and 44th street) 10:00-10:30        Registration 10:30-11:30         Presentation (1)              "The Flip Side of Multiple Intelligences:  Using Student Learning              Styles to Teach Japanese More Effectively" Roberta Young, SpringValley High School & Ramapo High School                              Moderator: Kazuo Tsuda,                              United Nations International School 11:30-11:45        Break 11:45-12:45        Presentation (2)              "How to Motivate Students in Public High Schools"                              Hiroko Muchinicki, Towsend Harris High School            Moderator:  Keiko Hirano 12:45-2:00        Lunch 2:00-3:30:        Special Lecture              "A Brief History of Japanese Comic Books for Girls" Professor Yuika Kitamura, Kobe University                 Moderator: Yoshiko Watanabe, Japan Society ******************************************************** Name:___________________________    Phone:_________________ Address: _________________________Affiliation:_________________ Registration fee: Non-JAA members $15 : (          )  JAA members $10 Students and senior citizens $8; (     ). Obento lunch (optional): $10 x (         )=$_______  Total enclosed: $__________ Make your check payable to The Japanese American Assn. of New York and send it with this registration form to the JAA, 15 West 44th St.,  New York, NY 10036 by  April 23
CUNY ESL Council
12:00-17:30 (25 W 43rd St. 19th Fl.)
 For more info: please contact nyujso@hotmail.com
----- Sunday, April 28 -----
Japan Night Events (Hannami)
 All Day (TBA)
----- Monday, April 29 -----
Japan Society Event
18:30-20:30 (333 East 47th Street  New York, NY 10017) (Occurs every Monday effective 4/15/02 until 5/13/02)
 Japan Society: www.japansociety.org
----- Tuesday, April 30 -----
Nys-Tesol demostration
10:15-14:00 (WWII memorial center in front of the Federal Court House)
 March over the Brooklyn Bridge to support the equal access to Health and Human social bill For more info: jsonyu@hotmail.com