Colloquium Registration

Student Information

In under 90 characters, succinctly title your Colloquium using appropriate capitalization. If you choose to title your Colloquium, your submitted Colloquium title will appear on your transcript.

Committee Information

The colloquium committee consists of your adviser and two other faculty members. At least one member of your committee must be a full-time Gallatin faculty member. If you are having difficulty finding faculty members for you committee, please contact the senior class adviser.

Colloquium Date and Time
I have confirmed the following date and time of my colloquium with all the committee members to ensure that everyone can attend. I understand that changes to this date and time will necessitate the submission of a new registration form
Colloquium Modality
During the 2021-2022 academic year, students should consult with their committee members to determine the modality for the Colloquium (remote, hybrid, or in person). Gallatin will reserve rooms for hybrid or in-person Colloquia. If a Colloquium is conducted in a hybrid or remote mode, the faculty adviser should circulate a Zoom link to all remote participants.

Students are responsible for ascertaining which committee member(s), if any, will be physically present in the Gallatin building for the Colloquium. Committee members who agree to attend the Colloquium in person must be cleared to enter the Gallatin building in accordance with NYU Returns guidelines. Please note: the majority of in-person Colloquia are held in faculty offices or in spaces of a similar size. Larger space cannot be guaranteed.
I have confirmed the following modality for my colloquium with my faculty adviser and all committee members:
The Colloquium is a discussion between the student and three faculty members, including the student’s adviser, of the student’s List of Works, of the relation of these works to the student’s concentration, and of issues and concepts that have arisen in the student’s studies. The Colloquium is supported by the Rationale and List of Works and need not be supported with electronic visual media. Therefore, Colloquia are often scheduled in the office of a Gallatin faculty committee member. On occasion, the student must rely on electronic visual media. In those cases, the rooms that may be available for these colloquia are equipped to display media from the internet, DVD (not Blu-ray), flash drive through a MacMini, or directly from the student's laptop/iPad (if the student brings the cables) on a large wall-mounted flat-screen monitor with built-in speakers. The equipment is not Bluetooth enabled.