Entries by Gilberto


Paula Mayo and the Interchurch Center featured on Positive Community

The Interchurch Center, home to 76 different non-profit organizations is one of NYC’s best kept secrets. Originally unveiled in 1958 by President Dwight Eisenhower, the center’s unique mission was of a place where Christians, Jews, and Muslims would collaborate as neighbors. This mission remains in Interchurch Center’s guiding principles. Currently ran by President/Executive Director Paula […]

Postcrypt exhibit explores artistic collaboration through cross-university partnership

By Rowanne Dean / Spectator Staff Writer October 21, 2014, 1:07am A childhood game is given an artistic makeover in Postcrypt Art Gallery’s newest exhibit. This Friday, Postcrypt will present “Exquisite Corpse” in partnership with students from Wesleyan University. “Exquisite Corpse” began as an artistic game among Surrealist artists in the 1920s in which a […]

Union Theological Seminary – Space Rentals

The Seminary welcomes space reservations for conferences, retreats, business presentations, board meetings, dinners, and weddings. Three large welcoming rooms are available for rental: the Social Hall, the Refectory and James Chapel. We also offer superb in-house catering services. Union Theological Seminary is a residential and educational community Therefore, an 11:30 p.m. curfew on music is […]

Cathedral of St. John The Divine – Space Rentals

Event and Facility Rentals The Cathedral welcomes inquiries about use of its capacious and dramatic spaces for corporate and not-for-profit events and facility rentals. While the Cathedral primarily serves its diverse communities, its history, architecture, and capability to seat more guests than many Broadway theaters make it a highly desirable New York City event and […]

Making Conflict Work: TC Psychologist Peter Coleman launches his new book on Oct. 9th at TC

Published in TC People 9/30/2014 “What can you do when your boss holds all the cards and enjoys being a jerk? Or when an employee you really depend on is constantly whining and being difficult? Or when vitally important clients insist on being demeaning? Those questions, and others about “the challenges and opportunities we face […]

Frank Nuara – Chief Operating Officer of Bank Street College

Frank Nuara assumed the position of Chief Operating Officer for the College in 2010, after serving as the College’s Vice President for Finance and Administration from 2001-2010, Executive Director of Finance from 1999-2000, and Controller from 1997 to 1999. As Chief Operating Officer, Frank is responsible for all administrative and financial functions of the College. […]

Richard A. Madonna, Jr. – Vice President of Finance & Operations at UTS

Richard Madonna joined Union in 2010 after holding the position of Director of Finance and Administration for Yale University’s Offices of the Vice President and General Counsel, of the President, of the Vice President for New Haven and State Affairs, of University Properties and the Investments Office and affiliated 501c3’s. He previously served as Director […]

Nancy Streim – Associate Vice President of Teachers College

Nancy Streim joined Teachers College in August 2007 in the newly created position of Associate Vice President for School and Community Partnerships. She also has an appointment as Special Advisor to the Columbia University Provost. Streim’s role is to coordinate the College’s activities in the New York City public schools and develop new and more […]

Barnard names Robert Goldberg as Chief Operating Officer

June 04, 2014 Dear Colleagues, It is my great pleasure to announce that Robert Goldberg has been named the next Chief Operating Officer of the College. Chosen from a remarkable group of final candidates, Rob brings an extraordinary depth of experience in budget, finance, and policy management to this vital role. I will be honored […]

Countdown to OHNY Weekend

After months of planning, the 12th Annual OHNY Weekend is now just three weeks away! As we head into the home stretch, I wanted to reach out to you, as the Primary Contact for your site or tour, to go over a few housekeeping items. To wit: Key Dates: There are a number of important […]

Morningside Heights Scavenger Hunt – Volunteer Opportunity

Morningside Area Alliance is seeking a team of 8 Neighborhood Guides with a passion for architecture and exploring new neighborhoods for a one-time volunteer opportunity on Saturday, October 11, 2014. You will work as part of a team of volunteers and neighborhood residents to introduce hundreds of visitors to Morningside Heights, also known as Manhattan’s […]

Riverside Church Rentals and Services

Organizations and individuals looking to hold weddings, receptions, concerts, rehearsals, conferences, video productions and meetings in a unique public space will feel right at home at The Riverside Church.

We offer a wonderful blend of history and architectural design which translates beautifully to the many locations within the building. This historic landmark provides both grand and intimate spaces and some premium amenities from staging to working fireplaces, all lending warmth and ambience to your special event. We also provide in house catering, dressing rooms, event planners and floral options.

International House

If you’re looking for the perfect location for an upcoming wedding, concert, reception or meeting, look no further than International House. International House offers several public spaces, each with a unique feel, making it the perfect location for your upcoming event. Alumni of International House receive a discount on all public room rentals. Rooms available […]

Join Us for High Holiday Services at JTS—Register Now

For decades, JTS has served as the makom tefillah (place of prayer) for Jews of the Upper West Side and the JTS community on the High Holidays. JTS’s High Holiday services are warm, welcoming, and fully egalitarian, featuring traditional liturgy, engaging melodies, and words of Torah to enhance the prayer experience. To attend High Holiday services at […]