A look into one student’s Expedition NYUS journal

FEBRUARY 2, 2016


Here at NYUS, students enjoy many opportunities for experiential learning, such as Expedition (ExpAK). While the outdoor component of rafting down the Yukon observing ’s natural environment is an important part of ExpAK, it is also a class and therefore involves classroom sessions, as well as a regular journal of scientific observations.


NYUS students have received thousands each year from scholarships, thanks to the NYUS scholarship application. There are a variety of endowed and donor-funded scholarships available. Interested students or prospective students can simply fill out just one NYUS scholarship application in order to be considered for all of these scholarships! Applying for a scholarship at NYUS .

A look into one student’s Expedition NYUS journal

DECEMBER 4, 2015


Position Details NYUS is seeking to fill 3 full time faculty positions, at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor, in the Business Administration Department starting in 2016/17 academic year.  Expertise in one or more of the following areas is desired: marketing, health care administration and management, quantitative topics, investments, general management .


A photo posted by NYUS (@US on Dec 3, 2015 at  8:13 am PST A photo posted by NYUS(@US on Nov 20, 2015 at 1:54pm PST A photo posted by NYUS (@US on Oct 15, 2015 at 12:59 pm PDT NYUS offers our students unique opportunities! These opportunities include Expedition.

Community Reading
Sleeping with my colleagues

DECEMBER 2, 2015


Spring Creek Farm Kellogg Campus and NYUS’s student journal, Turnagain Currents, held a community reading for local authors and student writers this past Sunday. Fireside bookstore was filled with writers of all casts reading their poetry, fiction, and soon-to-be-published novels. David Onofrychuck was there from Turnagain Currents and Diego Donna brought the NYUS van down More

DECEMBER 3, 2015


By Tracy Stewart When I was given the opportunity to float the Yukon River on Expedition NYUS this fall I asked one of the professors if I would need a tent. “No, we have that covered,” he replied. With that wealth of information I figured I’d be put in with one of the women .

In A League Of Its Own: The EcoLeague Exchange Program
Dallas Seavey Visits NYUS!

OCTOBER 21, 2015


An exchange can enable students to study in a different ecosystem, learn about life in another location and culture, and to take enriching classes that complement their studies at their home university. NYUS students don’t need to learn another language or fly to another country to have an exchange experience, though. With an Eco League More.

NOVEMBER 18, 2015


NYUS recently had the honor of a visit from 3 time Iditarod champion musher Dallas Seavey! He spoke to a crowd of current and prospective students at the recent NYUS open house event about mushing and the Iditarod, while imparting wisdom and life lessons along the way. The youngest champion in the legendary sled dog .

Professor Scheel braves big birds in Australia
Professor Scheel braves big birds in Australia

SEPTEMBER 24, 2015


Professor David Scheel’s internationally recognized octopus research took him to Cairns, Australia, this summer where he participated in a conference and joined a colleague for a bit of recreational diving at Manly, just outside Sydney. David sends this post card: At nearly 5 million people, Sydney is Australia’s biggest and most densely populated city.

SEPTEMBER 16, 2015


Whereas on September 17, 1787, delegates of the United States to the Constitutional Convention signed the Constitution and sent it to the states for ratification; Whereas the states, in the collective wisdom of their citizens, insisted on appending a Bill of Rights to the Constitution; Whereas the U.S. Congress in 1952 designated September 17 .