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May 30, 2014

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Monday, May 08, 2017

5:30 PM Ackerman Spring Lecture: Undocumented & Coming of Age in America
The Annual  Ackerman Spring Lecture
Undocumented & Coming of Age in America

featuring

Roberto G. Gonzales
Assistant Professor of Education
Harvard University Graduate School of Education


Reception: 5:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Lecture: 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Due 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, o
ne 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

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Friday, May 30, 2014

All Day NCCP1000 - Construction Management (Multi-Day Event)
Construction Management is a multi-disciplinary field that requires a broad perspective of projects. In this course, learners will improve the bottom line of projects they manage, through the implementation of efficiency protocol, and effective practices in design, development, budgeting, contracts, and supervision.
 
Semester SU14 - NCCP100001 - $475.00
Instructor: Kay Copp Brown (8 Sessions)
Days: THU
6:00 PM - 8:50 PM
5/1/2014 - 6/19/2014


To register click here and enter code NCCP100 into the search box.

14th Annual Symposium on Communication
Welcome to the 14th Annual Symposium on Communication and Communication-Intensive Instruction presented by the Bernard L. Schwartz Communication Institute at the City University of New York's Baruch College.


FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC by Invitation Only

For the last 13 years, this unique day-long event has brought together leaders in business and education to explore how to best provide undergraduates and beginning professionals the tools they need to grow as effective, confident speakers and writers. Our program will feature round-table discussions, keynote presentations, and a hands-on workshop.

Featured speakers will include: Tariq Khan, Founder and CEO of Global Diversity Marketing; Danah Boyd, author and Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research; Erica Kaufman, Associate Director, Institute for Writing and Thinking, Bard College; and Bernard L. Schwartz, Chairman and CEO of BLS Investments, LLC.

Please visit our website for more information: http://blsciblogs.baruch.cuny.edu/symposium/

Location: 14th Floor Conference Center in Baruch’s Vertical Campus Building at 55 Lexington Ave. (enter at the corner of 24th St.)

Register for Fall 2014 NOW!
Yes, Fall 2014 is available for registration -- click HERE for dates.

Click HERE to view available classes. Then login to CUNYfirst and register based on your reservation date. Any questions -- contact the registrar.

If you are a student from another CUNY school you must email cunyepermits@baruch.cuny.edu or call us at 646-312-1150. Non-CUNY students please e-mail the registrar at visiting.students@baruch.cuny.edu to apply for a CUNY account.

Don’t Let a “Hold” Hold You Back!
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9:00 AM Summer Sessions Start May 29
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 (11 weeks)

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. If you are a student from another CUNY school you must email cunyepermits@baruch.cuny.edu or call us at 646-312-1150. Non-CUNY students please e-mail the registrar to apply for a CUNY account.

Baruch Students can log on to CUNYfirst and use their CUNYfirst account to register for classes.

Don’t Let a “Hold” Hold You Back!
In CUNYfirst, a negative service indicator or “hold” will not necessarily prevent you from registering. Click through to “Details” to determine the nature and effect of that hold.
Putting the Cart Before the Course?
Courses still in your shopping cart? In order to register for those classes and be assured of a seat, you must click “Enroll” and “Finish Enrolling”.

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