Partnering with Internal Resources
Involving and working closely with internal departments prior to your event, can maximize the success and impact of your event. Below is an overview of various departments and the roles those departments can play in your event.
NYU Stern Resources
Office of the Dean: Notify the Dean’s office of your proposed event date and location. Doing so will avoid conflicting event dates and times, and help ensure a good audience. Additionally, letters and other printed and electronic materials in which you wish to include the Dean’s signature or other reference to his attendance, etc., must be approved by the Dean’s office prior to distribution. Contact the Office of the Dean or your Event Consultant for further information.
Office of Public Affairs: You should contact the Office of Public Affairs early in the process for guidance on marketing and communications for your event. Public Affairs can advise on invitations, publications and collateral to ensure the correct use of the Stern logo and brand, and offer PR counsel on events that are open to the press. Public Affairs can also provide support on building visibility for flagship events across Stern School channels (website, social media, print, e-mail, digital signage). For more information, view the Publicizing Your Event section of this site or contact the Office of Public Affairs.
Development and Alumni Relations Team (DART): When selecting high-profile speakers that may include Stern Overseers or other high-profile members of the Stern community, contact this office prior to any communication. Also liaise with this office to invite alumni guest speakers, panelists or attendees. You can target specific groups by industry, job function and affiliation. Contact DART for further information.
Corporate Relations Team (CRT): Larger events may be a good opportunity for corporate sponsorship. Contact CRT directly for information.
Classroom and Event Technology Group (CETG): Request audio/visual needs via EMS, and work directly with CETG for your media and audio/visual needs. CETG will set-up and remove media equipment, can assess and provide guidance on needs for the event, and work with you to produce a final product (i.e., provide suitable web files for posting). For more information, visit the Stern IT website.
Stern Studio: If you plan to film and/or webcast your event, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
NYU Media Services: Should you want services beyond what Stern's Classroom and Event Technology Group offers, you can contact NYU Campus Media directly (x82655).
NYU Photo Bureau: Hire a photographer, order prints and secure digital services through the NYU Photo Bureau. Rates and availability subject to confirmation.
NYU Event & Digital Accessibility: NYU faculty and staff are required to make all events and digital materials accessible. Read the University's guides on Digital Accessibility for more information and resources, such as the Accessible Online Events Resource Guide, information regarding Disability Accommodation Statements, and the NYU Website Accessibility Policy.
Moses Center for Student Accessibility (CSA): The CSA provides services for undergraduate and graduate students (and other students enrolled in an NYU course) with hearing and visual, mobility, learning and attention, chronic illness, psychological and temporary needs. Learn more by contacting the CSA.
NYU-IT: Request temporary Wi-Fi credentials through the NYU Guest Wi-Fi Portal for 10 guests or fewer. Please reach out to email@example.com to request credentials for more than 10 guests. Find more information here.
NYU-TV: NYU-TV video production is a campus-wide resource. Hire production and post production services through NYU-TV.