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Educated Jan2012

Educated Jan2012

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WINTER 2012
A SPECIAL ADVERTISING SUPPLEMENT TO THE NEW YORK OBSERVER
NEW YORK TECH CITY
SUMMER SCHOOL ...BY CHOICE
BEST PLACESTO STUDY
Q & A WITHPERSONALITIES ON CAMPUS
RENDERING COURTESY CORNELL UNIVERSITY
 
Frank G. ZarbSchool of BusinessOnline M.B.A. Program
 
Earn an Online M.B.A. in StrategicBusiness Management
 
Flexible, convenient and accredited
 
Taught by full-time Hofstra faculty
 
Connect to our alumni and businessesin New York City
The Frank G. Zarb School of Business
Recently ranked as the 5th part-time M.B.A. program in theNortheast and 49th in the country by
Bloomberg Businessweek 
,listed among the nation’s top M.B.A. programs by
Forbes
, andrecognized by The Princeton Review and
U.S. News & World Report 
, a Zarb School of Business graduate degree is theedge you need. Top-ranked programs. Renowned faculty.State-of-the-art facilities. Close to the heart of the business world.
Find out more @
hofstra.edu/mbaonline
Or call:
516-463-5683
 
 
 
THE EDUCATED OBSERVER 
 
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We are proud to present the Winter 2012 issue of 
The Educated Observer! 
As only this city would have it, the legendaryFrank Sinatra once crooned, “If I can make it there,I
ll make it anywhere. It
s up to you New York, NewYork!” However, today, in order to “make it” in NewYork (and anywhere else in the world) one needs aproper education.In this issue of 
The Educated Observer 
we providean insider’s perspective on the city’s best offer-ings for educators, students and their families. Webring you an insightful feature on the trend sweep-ing universities-technopolises, dish on the bestneighborhood nooks to take your textbooks andoffer a list of upcoming cultural events (to roundout your resume, of course!). We profile the sur-prisingly vibrant campus scene in the city wherewe meet a remarkable Tom Handley, the vibrantand energetic professor at Parsons The New Schoolfor Design, who’s been busy inspiring his studentsto put their best foot forward everyday. We alsovisited Jason Philips, the head librarian on genderand sexuality studies at NYU’s Bobst Library. Mr.Philips talked to us about his unique approach toteaching, based largely on the idea that learningbegins with the written word. There is certain-ly no shortage of learning opportunities availablein New York City, home of numerous prestigiouspre-college programs for high school seniors.
The Educated Observer 
highlights five pre-college pro-grams that are worth some serious consideration.Education often leads to great inspiration. We satdown with the extremely inspiring Adam Braun,who launched his entrepreneurial venture “Pencilsof Promise” armed with an education from BrownUniversity and a mere $25.00. Mr. Braun believesthat education is the foundation for creating sus-tainable and self-reliant communities across theworld, which is why he is passionately dedicated tobuilding schools and making education accessibleto students all over the world.Happy Reading!
The Educated Observer 
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