Forms 2017-01-13T21:26:42+00:00

Forms and Information

FAQ

How do I submit a project to the English Channel? 2017-01-09T19:27:16+00:00

In order to submit projects and publications to be included in the Next Week in English emails and on the English Channel, please submit this form.

How do I publicize news and announcements? 2017-01-13T21:27:17+00:00

In order to submit news, announcements  to be included in the Next Week in English emails and on the English Channel, please submit this form.

How do I publicize my event? 2017-01-09T19:26:37+00:00

In order to have your event publicized, please email the details of your event to the graduate coordinator, Josh Kruchten, at least two weeks before the event to have it included on the Next Week in English emails. Student groups are also responsible for creating their own events on the English Channel, which will then sync across all the calendars for the English Department.

How do I book a room? 2017-01-09T19:26:08+00:00

In order to book a room, please check the room scheduling calendar here. Then submit a room request form.

How do I get reimbursed? 2017-01-09T19:25:46+00:00

In order to be reimbursed, please type out the following information on a piece of paper:

  1.     Name of individual being reimbursed, home address, N# and email address
  2.     Name of Working Group
  3.     Date of Event
  4.     Purpose of Event

Then please tape an itemized receipt to this paper and place it in Joshua Kruchten’s mailbox on the second floor of 244 Greene Street. You will be contacted to sign off on reimbursement forms once the information is processed.

Please note: all receipts must be itemized and clearly indicate which purchases are alcoholic beverages, and must show proof of payment. Please submit all receipts within 30 days of the event.

How do Honorariums Work? 2017-01-09T19:25:28+00:00

Honorariums reimbursed by CEPP are capped at $300.

In order to request an honorarium, please submit the following form: Honorarium Request Form. As per University Policy, Honorariums will be processed after the event.

 

What is the average cost of catering, and what options does the department offer? 2017-01-09T19:24:40+00:00

Catering is provided through Top of the Square and Grey Dog. Be aware that catering can get expensive quickly!

 

What are the average costs of food and drink? 2017-01-09T19:22:22+00:00

 

Name Location Average Cost
Patsy’s Pizzeria 67 University Place (at E 10th St) Expect to pay ~$20 for a large pizza, more for specialty
Whole Foods Union Square For fruit, veggies, dips, hummus, crackers, etc, expect to pay $50 for a meeting
Gristedes University Place and E 8th St For fruit, veggies, dips, hummus, crackers, etc, expect to pay $30 for a meeting
Trader Joe’s Union Square (E 14th St and 3rd Ave) For fruit, veggies, dips, hummus, crackers, etc, expect to pay $30 for a meeting
Murray’s Bagels 6th Avenue and W 13th St Expect to pay ~$20 for a baker’s dozen, $3-$5 for spreads
Space Market University Place For fruit, veggies, dips, hummus, crackers, etc, expect to pay $30 for a meetingFor hard cider or beer, expect to pay ~$30 for 2 6-packs.
Oren’s 29 Waverly Place  
Starbucks 45 W 4th Street Expect to pay ~$15 for box of coffee
Trader Joe’s Wine Store Union Square Cheap to mid-range wine; expect to spend $5-15 a bottle
Astor Wines   Cheap to mid-range wine; expect to spend ~$10-$20 a bottle

 

How can I apply for funding? 2017-03-28T01:12:22+00:00

A call for funding is sent out during the Spring, and is typically due at the end of April. CEPP confers and notifies recipients of their funding in May for the following year. Questions can be directed to Peter Nicholls (pn18@nyu.edu). 

How can I track my funding? 2017-01-09T19:20:23+00:00

 

Working group balances can be tracked by requesting access to this spreadsheet.

 

Who manages my funding? 2017-01-09T19:19:56+00:00

 

The current faculty contacts for CEPP who are responsible for funding questions are Peter Nicholls (pn18@nyu.edu) and Alyssa Léal (alyssa.leal@nyu.edu).

 

What is the difference between a Reading Group and Working Group? 2017-01-09T19:18:31+00:00

 

The Committee on Events and Public Programs divides graduate-student groups into two categories. Reading Groups typically meet to discuss one or more texts over the course of the semester, while Working Groups may host guest lecturers, workshops, or other events, or work to produce some kind of publishable material. Working Groups typically receive more funding than Reading Groups due to their differing needs.