March 23rd - March 25th 2018
New York University/NY, NY
NDSC is an annual student event that features high quality academic workshops, inspirational speakers and networking events for and by the Dominican community and student allies interested in learning more about Dominican culture. Attended by over 400 student leaders annually, we work with over 30+ Dominican student groups from around the world.Learn more ❯
This year our theme is Bridging the Gap: Navigating Dominican and Dominican-American Identity. Specifically, the inter-disciplinary understandings of our intersectional identities in their historic formation and the way they shape the present and future of our community.
For over 11 years, the NDSC is firmly established as one of the leading cultural and educational student conferences.
NDSC delivers inspiring talks from Dominican leaders from all fields. Make sure to check out our speakers.
NDSC is back for a three day conference in New York City at NYU's Helen and Martin Kimmel Center for University Life for Dominican students and allies, featuring 5 workshops and three panel events from Dominican leaders shaping the future.
Afro-Dominicana and a Ph.D. Candidate in Counseling Psychology at Teachers College, Columbia University
New York State Supreme Court Justice in New York County
Co-founder and Editor-in-Chief of La Galería Magazine and author of the blog Radical Latina
Students will need to present their student I.D cards and professional a valid I.D with ticket in order to access the building.
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