Baruch College Alumni Magazine (BCAM) Launches New Online Content
Suffering from winter doldrums and feel in need of some inspiration? Visit the newly updated Baruch College Alumni Magazine online.
Featured are three young Baruchians who have set up shop as a clothing designer, the CEO of a gluten-free baked goods company, and a jewelry maker.
But students and alumni aren't the only Baruchians who are entrepreneurial — our faculty is as well. Read about School of Public Affairs Associate Professor Jennifer Goldstein, who secured a prestigious multiyear grant to collaborate with scholars and teachers throughout New York City to uncover factors that influence teacher turnover and its impact on school functioning and effectiveness.
Attention trivia buffs: Check out the latest "Did You Know..." to learn of a surprising couple.
Also get updates from Executives On Campus, VITA, and the Harman Writer-in-Residence Program.
"Dare to Engage:" President Wallerstein and VP Corpus Discuss LGBT Issues Live on WBMB Radio
Baruch College students, faculty and staff are urged to tune in to Baruch's radio station WBMB (87.9 FM) on Thursday, February 17 at 1:00 pm, when President Mitchel Wallerstein and VP Ben Corpus "Dare to Engage" with The Ticker on the ongoing college community conversation about Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender issues on campus. The show will include a live radio broadcast featuring special guests President Wallerstein and VP Corpus as well as music from current artists who address LGBT concerns and the influence of social media on today's generation.
Visit the show LIVE on Thursday, February 17 beginning at 1:00 pm on the 2nd floor atrium of the NVC. Can't make it in person? Listen on 87.9 FM.
Office of Human Resources Website Reminder
The Office of Human Resources (OHR) would like to remind employees of the great resource that the OHR website, accessed by going to www.baruch.cuny.edu/hr, can be.
There you will find a wide array of useful information on topics such as CUNYfirst, new hires, policies and procedures, benefits, union and welfare funds, job and training opportunities and holiday schedules. Many of the forms needed to conduct business with OHR, including timesheets and health insurance and payroll forms, are also available through the website, many in a fillable format. Links to sites such as CUNY jobs, Graduate and Undergraduate Admissions, Continuing and Professional Studies, as well as pension and benefit agencies are listed. In addition, a training and development section, retirement section, and a summary of benefits is available so employees can access information about their benefits.
If you have any questions, please contact Donna Katz, associate director of human resources, at Donna.Katz@baruch.cuny.edu or 646-660-6590.
Spring '11 Blood Drive Taking Place March 8-9 — Register Now!
The Baruch College Spring 2011 Blood Drive will be taking place on Tuesday, March 8 and Wednesday, March 9 from 11 am - 4:30 pm. Make your commitment to helping save lives by booking your appointment now!
CUNYAC Announces Men's & Women's Basketball Tournament Schedule
The CUNY Athletic Conference (CUNYAC) has announced the entire schedule for the men's and women's Con Edison Basketball Championship Tournament that will get underway this weekend with Baruch hosting quarterfinal round playoff games. View the full schedule
This seminar introduces the entrepreneur and small business owner to the basic format and concepts expected in a business plan. Participants will learn tips on how to think like a potential investor as well as have a chance to start writing their own plan. Register online.
Founded in 1989, Project Kesher is one of the fastest growing advocacy and human rights organizations in Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Georgia and Kazakhstan with a grassroots movement of 170 women's groups and more than 90 multi-ethnic, multi-religious coalitions of women. Meet Project Kesher activists attending the UN Commission on the Status of Women and hear about current policies and projects regarding such topics as trafficking, domestic violence, women's health, promoting community activism and building multi-ethnic coalitions. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Feb. 24, 12:30 pm: Newman Vertical Campus, Suite 6-215, 55 Lexington Ave
Sebastiano Maffettone, the preeminent political philosopher in Italy, will deliver a lecture on power and ethics in international politics, as well as justice in a globalized world. Maffettone is University Professor at LUISS in Rome, Italy. He is the author of numerous books and articles on political philosophy, ethics and politics. His most recent books are Introduzione a John Rawls (Laterza, 2010), and John Rawls, An Introduction (Polity, 2010). RSVP to Benedetto.Fontana@baruch.cuny.edu
Feb. 16-17: Engelman Recital Hall, Newman Vertical Campus, 55 Lexington Avenue
A 60-minute abridged reading with a post-performance 20-minute talk back, presented by a company of professional actors. Free Admission. More info
Spring 2011 Technology Workshops for Faculty
To assist faculty with the technology services available at Baruch, BCTC will host a variety of workshops for the Spring 2011 Term. The topics include: Blackboard - Assignments, Grade Center, and Wikis / Blogs, Blogs@Baruch, Smart Classrooms, and Narrating PowerPoint Presentations.
Please visit our website for the workshop schedule at www.baruch.cuny.edu/bctc/training. To recommend an additional workshop, schedule a small group session, or report technical problems please contact the help desk at 646-312-1010 or email@example.com.