Register here for Polestar Pilates Mat Teacher Training Program. Classes begin August 5th!
GRAD STUDENTS, SENIORS, JUNIORS, DID YOU KNOW?
ABOUT THIS AMAZING OPPORTUNITY TO WORK WITH CELEBRATED NEW YORK BASED CHOREOGRAPHER AND COLLABORATOR PAM TANOWITZ?
Pam will be teaching her course, Creative Research in Dance, for juniors, seniors & graduate students. This course (07:206:495) meets a few Saturdays in the Fall & Spring for a total of 2 dance elective credits for the year. This is not a class to be missed, AND you receive credits towards your dance electives. Contact Elaine for a Special Permission Number to register.
Student TeamUp Calendar is ready! Block off dates for auditions, rehearsals, performances etc..Hint: this calendar will be THE source of all things Dance; less signs more Info. on the calendar. Check Student TeamUp frequently for updates!
July Events and Deadlines
SIGN UP– MGSA Mentorship Program The Mason Gross Mentorship Program (MGMP), aims to foster informal yet reliable and insightful peer mentor relationships that will, in turn, strengthen our vibrant artistic community. Applications due Friday, July 19
Yin Yue Dance Company will be performing at the VJM Thursday, July 25, 7:00PM. This event is FREE. If you liked the University DanceWorks piece last year, attending the performance is an easy decision.
UNDERGRADS, DID YOU KNOW?
YOU CAN TAKE ONLINE DANCE COURSES & FULFILL LIBERAL ARTS ELECTIVES?
Each course is an inquiry into international dance practices in their social, cultural, political, religious and historical contexts. Fall 2019 available online courses:
Interested in international dance forms and studies? Complete 4 courses and receive THE INTERNATIONAL DANCE STUDIES ONLINE CERTIFICATE. Learn more here.
Information you need to know
Meningitis Health – Rutgers Student Health
All Rutgers University–New Brunswick undergraduate students are strongly recommended to receive the meningitis B vaccine. Serogroup B meningococcal disease, sometimes referred to as “meningitis B”, can be deadly within hours or days of getting sick. It can also lead to severe disabilities, such as loss of limbs. Just this past year 2 undergraduate students were diagnosed and treated for meningitis B.
- Vaccination recommendations are made by the New Jersey Department of Health (NJDOH) and Rutgers University with support from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
- The meningitis B vaccine is different than the “ACWY” meningitis vaccine (such as Menveo® and Menactra®). The “ACWY” meningitis vaccine does not protect against the bacteria which causes meningitis B.
- Students can be vaccinated at many NJ pharmacies, their local healthcare provider, or through Rutgers Student Health. Make sure to bring your insurance card and prescription card with you.
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