|Start Date and Time||Event Details
|5:30 PM ||Ackerman Spring Lecture: Undocumented & Coming of Age in America
The Annual Ackerman Spring Lecture
Undocumented & Coming of Age in America
Assistant Professor of Education
Harvard University Graduate
School of Education
5:30 pm - 6:00 pm
pm - 7:30 pm
to a broken immigration system, over two million out of the nation’s eleven
million undocumented immigrants who have lived in the United States since
childhood have grown-up to uncertain futures.
Mining the results of a 12-year
study of 150 undocumented young adults in Los Angeles, Professor Gonzales’s
book, Lives in Limbo, sheds light on the disastrous effects immigration
policies have on their coming of age experiences. Much of this changed in 2012
When President Obama announced the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
program. To date, more than 750,000 young people now have access to work
authorization, temporary social security numbers, and stays of deportation.
However, as we approach the program’s 5-year mark, many questions remain. What
is the future of DACA beneficiaries under the new presidential administration?
And what will happen to those not included in DACA?
Professor Gonzales, one
of the nation’s leading experts on undocumented immigrant youth and young
adults, will discuss the impact of immigration policy as it relates to these
young people and their families, as well as their social and educational
prospects in our country.
FREE & Open To The Public with RSVP Here
|Start Date and Time||Event Details
|All Day ||NCCP4000 - Construction Project Management (Multi-Day Event)
Master the tools used by Project Managers: work breakdown structure, critical path, task analysis, project plan, project scheduling and more. Gain the skills needed to plan, track progress, and stay focused on the end result.
NCCP400001 - $475.00
Instructor: ROZENBERG, SALV
8 Sessions 6:00:00 PM - 8:50:00 PM
MON/WED 3 /17/2014 - 4/9/2014
Building: 137 E 22 ST , Room: 202
To register click here
and enter the code NCCP4000 into the search box.
|All Day ||NCPR6 - Basic Appraisal Procedures (Multi-Day Event)
Overview of real estate appraisal approaches to value, valuation procedures, property description, residential applications, commercial applications, improvement construction, home inspection, and appraisal math. Through theory and examples, the course offers practical application of appraisal procedures. Exam on last day of class.
Semester SP14 - NCPR601 - $450.00
Instructor: WALSH, GEORGE (5 Sessions)
10:00 AM - 5:30 PM
4/4/2014 - 4/25/2014
To register click here and enter code NCPR6 into the search box.
|All Day ||Two Week Intensive New York Salespersons' License Pre-qualifying Course (Multi-Day Event)
78-Hour Salespersons' License Pre-qualifying Course. School exam is given during the final three hours. Students must also pass the New York State Department of State licensing exam and obtain Real Estate Broker sponsorship for licensure. Prerequisite: None
NCP600008 - $475.00
Instructor: Staff, Baruch
10 Sessions 9:00:00 AM - 5:45:00 PM
MON/TUE/WED/THU/FRI 4/7/2014 - 4/25/2014
Building: 137 E 22 ST , Room: 306
To register click here and enter code NCP6000 into the search box.
|All Day ||NCP2000 - An Economic Perspective on Real Estate (A Certificate Course) (Multi-Day Event)
This course will provide students with a broad overview of the world of real estate investing and its place in the overall economy. Students will learn about the many economic factors that influence the real estate market including, availability and types of spaces, options for funding, and the effect outside economic conditions have on the environment for income producing real estate investments.
Semester SP14 - NCP200001 - $475.00
Instructor: ALBERTI, ERIK (8 Sessions)
6:00 PM - 8:50 PM
4/22/2014 - 5/14/2014
To register click here and enter code NCP2000 into the Search Box.
|All Day ||Course Withdrawal period ends; Last day to drop with the grade of 'W'
Course Withdrawal period ends;
Last day to drop with the grade of 'W'
|All Day ||Register for Fall 2014 NOW!
Yes, Fall 2014 is available for registration -- click HERE for dates.
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|All Day ||Register for Summer Classes
Earn credits this summer at Baruch College — in the heart of Manhattan. Hundreds of undergraduate or graduate courses in Business, the Arts & Sciences, and Public Affairs are available.
Three sessions to choose from in 2014:
++ Session I: May 29 - July 10 (six weeks)
++ Session II: July 21 - August 20 (five weeks)
++ Session III: May 29- August 20
Click here to review the available classes.
Select ‘Baruch College’ and '2014 Summer Term' in the drop-down box.
Make a note of your class choices.
Claim your CUNYfirst account here -- you must use a CUNY email address to log on to your account.
Non-CUNY students please e-mail the registrar to apply for a CUNY account.
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|11:15 AM - 12:00 PM ||Thursday Meditation
You work too hard. Take some time to breathe and relax.
|12:00 PM - 3:00 PM ||Arts & Crafts for a Cause
Join Amnesty in NVC 9-120 during club hours to learn how to create friendship bracelets and donate them to a cause. All supplies will be provided. Refreshments will be served.
|12:15 PM - 2:15 PM ||Faculty Roundtable Workshop
Faculty Roundtable Workshop
|12:30 PM - 2:30 PM ||“LINSANITY” APAHM Feature Film Screening
the second film selection to engage another perspective on the Asian-American
|12:30 PM - 2:30 PM ||“LINSANITY” APAHM Feature Film Screening
Enjoy the second film selection to engage another perspective on the Asian-American identity.
|12:30 PM - 2:30 PM ||General Meeting
Exchange Support Club will hold its second general meeting for exchange students, their "Buddies" (participants of our Buddy Program) and all Baruch students interested in learning more about our organization, its mission and contributing to our community. The primary purpose of this event is to help exchange students make new connections with Baruch students, network, share their experience and promote study abroad programs.
|12:30 PM - 2:30 PM ||Put Your P.A.W.S. On Me
Free back rubs! Need we say more? Get in line early to de-stress before class.
|12:30 PM - 2:20 PM ||The Screening of The Crash Reel
This eye-popping film seamlessly combines twenty years of stunning action footage with new specially-shot verité footage and interviews as it follows U.S. champion snowboarder Kevin Pearce and exposes the irresistible but potentially fatal appeal of extreme sports. Directed by twice Oscar-nominated filmmaker Lucy Walker (Devil’s Playground, Blindsight, Countdown to Zero, Waste Land, The Tsunami and the Cherry Blossom).
|12:40 PM - 2:20 PM ||AIESEC Team Meeting
AIESEC Team members will be meeting on this date to discuss updates in our functional teams like Sales, Marketing and Finance. We will be giving updates on our projects such as our International Exchange Program. AIESEC members will continue to learn ways to improve their leadership skills and personal skills. Some topics for the future include time management, project management, emotional intelligence, and product development.
|12:40 PM - 2:20 PM ||Ascend E-Board Elections
Join Ascend at our elections for the upcoming Fall 2014 E-Board!
|12:40 PM - 2:20 PM ||Cents Ability Training Session
Cents Ability has inducted new officers and would like to train them!
|12:40 PM - 2:20 PM ||French-English Translation Workshop
Francophone Students (preferably students taking advance french classes) will participate in a group exercise where there would be a few translations of certain paragraphs from a popular novel , The Stranger by Albert Camus for instance, from English to French and French to English. We would identify what one shouldn't do(word by word) when translating and what one should do while we proceed to translate. Refreshments would be served.
|12:40 PM - 2:20 PM ||Membership Development Meeting
This will be a social event with active members learning about themselves and getting to know other active members as well as the Women in Business Board. We will be having ice breakers such as name games to get to know each other better. Food and refreshments will be served.
|12:45 PM - 2:45 PM ||Explaining Trayvon Martin’s Death, Explaining Racism in ‘Post-Racial’ America
The Weissman School of Arts and Sciences Collaborative Faculty Grant in Sociology & Anthropology, and Black & Latino Studies invites you to a talk with Dr. Eduardo Bonilla-Silva, a Professor of Sociology at Duke University.
Professor Bonilla-Silva gained visibility in the social sciences with his 1997 American Sociological Review article, “Rethinking Racism: Toward a Structural Interpretation,” where he challenged social analysts to analyze racial matters from a structural perspective rather than from the sterile prejudice perspective.
His most recent television appearance was on the PBS election special, Race 2012. He has written several books, including White Supremacy and Racism in the Post-Civil Rights Era (co-winner of the 2002 Oliver Cox Award given by the American Sociological Association) and Racism Without Racists: Color-Blind Racism and the Persistence of Racial Inequality in the United States (2004 Choice Award).
Bonilla-Silva received the 2004 Lewis Coser Award for Theoretical-Agenda Setting and the 2011 Cox-Johnson-Frazier Award given by the American Sociological Association.
Location: Newman Vertical Campus, 55 Lexington Ave at 24th Street, Room 3-165
|1:00 PM - 2:00 PM ||Sigma Alpha Delta Honor Society Corporate Communications Workshop
The Corporate Communications Department holds workshops every semester for the entire society. These workshops help members develop professionally, whether it is teaching them how to construct a Sigma pitch to teaching them how to become better public speakers.
|1:00 PM - 2:00 PM ||Yoga Thursdays
Take a break from studying to stretch and relax.
The first 10 students get to borrow yoga mats for class!
|2:45 PM - 3:45 PM ||IVCF Prayer Group
Prayer group is an intimate group that focuses on the importance and significance of prayer. We will be learning about the different ways we can pray while building community.
|3:30 PM ||Baseball: Baruch vs. The College at Old Westbury
Location: (MCU Park - Brooklyn Cyclones) Brooklyn, NY
Score - Baruch: 2 Opponent: 13
For away games and the full Athletics schedule, please visit: http://athletics.baruch.cuny.edu/calendar.aspx
|4:00 PM - 9:00 PM ||NYT
|5:30 PM - 6:30 PM ||IVCF Small Group
Small Groups is where small communities come together to read the bible and bounce ideas off each other.
|6:00 PM - 8:30 PM ||Coffee at Six
Coffee at Six is Encounters Magazine's open-mic event, with performances from Baruch students and various guests in the form of music, spoken word, poetry and much more. Coffee, waffles and other refreshments will be served.
|6:00 PM - 7:30 PM ||LinkedIn for Job Search and Career Development
Annette McLaughlin, Consultant
LinkedIn for Job Search and Career Development
Learn how to use LinkedIn for research, networking and career development. In this interactive workshop we will cover how to set up your profile, conduct searches, join groups and increase your online professional presence. We will cover proper etiquette for approaching both warm and cold contacts through LinkedIn and how to expand your network and follow-up with former colleagues or personal contacts and many other valuable tips.
Register: 646.312.4670 or email@example.com
|6:00 PM - 8:00 PM ||U.S. fund for UNICEF Panel Event
UNICEF at Baruch is organizing a career focused panel event on April 24, at 6:00pm. The panelists belong to the U.S. fund for UNICEF and include Taylor Conger, fellowship program manager; Christopher Nunez, budget analyst; Caroline Dzeba, marketing coordinator; Yolanda Richards, recruiter manager and Miss Jessica O'Herron, global citizenship fellow. The panelists will speak of their roles at the organization.
|6:30 PM - 8:00 PM ||Al-anon Group
|6:30 PM - 9:30 PM ||Beyond Borders
The countdown begins! Baruch College Presents: BEYOND BORDERS 2014! Come join us on April 24th in room 1-107 to experience global performing arts from around the world, all under one roof! From the voices of South Asia to the beats of the Caribbean; from the swaying of salsa to the grace of Japanese culture, come experience a show like you've never seen before. All proceeds from the show will be donated to charity! Join us! April 24th. 6:30 PM. Be there.
To RSVP, please contact the following people: -Vivek Laungani (firstname.lastname@example.org) -Shaily Shah (email@example.com) -Mona Balgobin (firstname.lastname@example.org) -Bishal Dey (email@example.com) -Shawn Sam (firstname.lastname@example.org) ALL PROCEEDS GO TO VISIONS GLOBAL EMPOWERMENT: http://visionsglobalempowerment.org/ Please contact email@example.com for further inquiries!!
|6:30 PM - 8:30 PM ||THE WATCHDOG THAT DIDN'T BARK: The Financial Crisis and the Disappearance of Investigative Reporting
Dean Starkman will discuss his new book, "The Watchdog That Didn't Bark: The Financial Crisis and the Disappearance of Investigative Reporting" (January, 2014). He'll answer: Why did mainstream journalists miss the looming financial crisis, while some outside the mainstream got it? What does the business press's failure to alert the public say about its financial acumen and investigative abilities? Hear his analysis of the problem and his recommendations of how financial journalism can regain its status as the public watchdog.
FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC -- a good will offering at the door is appreciated.
About the Author:
Dean Starkman is an editor and Kingford Capital Fellow of the "Columbia Journalism Review". A former reporter for the "Wall Street Journal" and other newspapers, he was part of an investigative team that won a Pulitzer Prize for the"Providence Journal". He is also a co-editor of "The Best Business Writing" anthology series and contributes to GoLocal Prov. He is working as a fellow for the Investigative Fund of the Nation Institute in New York and also holds a fellowship at the Center for Media and Communications at the Central European University, Budapest.
The Robert Zicklin Center for Corporate Integrity, Baruch College/CUNY
Location: Newman Library Conference Center, Baruch College/CUNY
151 East 25th Street (between Lexington and 3rd)
7th Floor, Room 750, New York, NY 10010
|6:45 PM - 8:00 PM ||Ban Bossy
The Ban Bossy campaign, a national campaign that works to bring awareness and diminish the social double standards for the sexes. Speaking about the different stereotypes young kids face while growing up. “When a little boy asserts himself, he’s called a ‘leader.’ Yet when a little girl does the same, she risks being branded ‘bossy.’ Words like ‘bossy’ send a message: don’t raise your hand or speak up. The Ban Bossy campaign attempts to address the root of the problem: the assignment of conflicting labels to boys and girls at the earliest stages of education. It's a lot more than just banning the word but to make sure that there's equality for everyone.
|9:00 PM - 10:00 PM ||FSASVA-Weekly Meeting
The Financial Statement Analysis & Securities Valuation Association welcomes Colin Lokey, director of contributor success from SeekingAlpha to discuss investment and partnership opportunities at Baruch.