The office of student activities is responsible for most of the nonacademic, quality-of-life issues at Einstein, from orientation through graduation, and more. The office works with the entire Einstein community. It oversees the annual yearbook, meets regularly with the student council, arranges all student clubs and supplements student activities with a variety of entertainment opportunities around New York, including tickets to sporting and cultural events.
Student activities staff serve as ombudsman to students on a daily basis, offering advice and assistance in addressing the myriad needs that students have, whether school-related or personal in nature.
In addition to producing large-scale, student-oriented events and overseeing a variety of committees, clubs and special interest groups, the office of student activities staff assist students with their own events, such as skit night, fun day, ice skating night and the homecoming and formal dances. The staff also works with the office of student affairs to offer students special academic events, and take the lead in producing important Einstein events, such as the Marshall S. Horwitz, M.D. Prize for Faculty Research Excellence, the biennial Convocation and Investiture Ceremony and special symposia and lectures.
The office of student activities also is responsible for room reservations involving the use of most public spaces and several auditoria on the Resnick campus. These include Robbins Auditorium, as well as the campus courtyard and the Mazer and 1945 lawns. To inquire about room or space reservations, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Large-scale events include:
Oversee committees & clubs including:
Assist students with events including:
Produce events including:
- Lasker Lecture
- Marshall S. Horwitz, M.D. Prize for Faculty Research Excellence
- Death & Dying Symposium
- Skill Training
- Shabbot Events
- Chabbad Events & BBQ
- Einstein Symphony Orchestra