Global Orientation: NYU Florence Things to Know!

Thursday, January 26, 2017

REQUIRED Morning Session:
Italiano in Città! Italian in the City!
10:30am, 11:45am and 1:00pm 
Piazza Repubblica or Piazza Strozzi 
(Your Individual Schedule Will Be Sent Via NYUHome Email
No Later Than January 25)
Students meet with their Italian language professor at a specified location and time to visit the Florence city center.
These  meetings are designed to put you in contact with the city and ways in which to discover it.

Students have free time between their morning required session and their afternoon required session

REQUIRED Afternoon Session:
4:15pm-7pm Film Screening of
Via Camillo Cavour, 50/R, 50121 Firenze
Virginia Cox, Academic Director, will introduce the film and the upcoming Global Orientation Film Series 

Required Assignment:  Complete only the Italian skill level assignments that match with your course enrollment

Two short assignments for the Italiano in Città! session need to be completed and handed in to your Italian language professor on the first day of classes (January 30, 2017)

For students wishing to learn more about specific areas of interest on Italy, use the sidebar menu to locate the readings.  All readings are available as e-texts.  

Global Orientation Follow Up Activities 

To Learn More About Italy, 
Join Us at These Optional Screenings

Film titles along with screening days and times to be announced soon!

The website above is a place for students to share their first impressions. Format of expression is up to you!  Students can post videos, photos, music, writing or artwork regarding their Florentine and Italian experience. Given the flexibility and range in which one can submit a post to the blog, feel free to get creative!

Students will have the opportunity to vote on one another’s work through the blog and the posts will be reviewed by a panel of faculty, staff, and students in the week of April 17, 2017. The best post/s in each category (video, still photo, written text, etc.)  will be selected to be hosted on this Global Orientation: NYU Florence GSite for future students to view.