In the News
      • Prof. Goldberg's Essay Featured in The Globalist's Top 10 of 2011
      • Natural Sciences Prof. Gruber Publishes Research on Green Fluorescent Protein
      • Prof. Jones Offers Insight Into Republican Primaries for NY Times Piece
  • Announcements
      • Baruch on CUNY TV in January
  • Sports
    • •  Men's Swimming Clinch CUNYAC Season Title, Women Stay Undefeated
  • Baruch Performing Arts Center Events
      Tonight, Jan. 12: Five Borough Songbook
      Jan. 20-22: Valerie Green/Dance Entropy in Eternal Return
  • Offerings
      Jan. 19: Corporate Counseling Associates Program Series Seminars

In the News

Prof. Goldberg's Essay Featured in The Globalist's Top 10 of 2011

The Globalist, a daily online magazine on the global economy, politics and culture, has included Baruch College Marketing and International Business Prof. Edward Golberg's essay "Financial Markets as the New WMDs" in their top ten features of 2011 list. The Globalist ranked Prof. Goldberg's essay the #3 most thought-provoking item published on their site in 2011; other topics include the European debt crisis, U.S. economy and government issues, and the uprising in Egypt. See the full Top 10 list.

Natural Sciences Prof. Gruber Publishes Research on Green Fluorescent Protein

deep sea diveProf. David Gruber has just conducted another round of research into bioluminescent creatures, this time focusing on GFP (green fluorescent protein), found in many bioluminescent corals and other sea organisms. Learn more about his research, now being done with support from the National Science Foundation, as well information on the results of his recent diving trips.

Prof. Jones Offers Insight Into Republican Primaries for NY Times Piece

Poltical Science Prof. David Jones contributed a story to the New York TimesPolitics section this week: "What the New Hampshire Exit Polls Say about South Carolina." His exit poll analysis provides predictions on what these most recent results mean for the Republican candidates in the race ahead as well as likely reasons for how they've been interacting thus far.

Announcements

Baruch on CUNY TV in January

CUNY TVCUNY TV (ch. 75) features ongoing Baruch programming. Tune in on the following Mondays to catch this Baruch special airing  at 9 am, 3 pm, and 9 pm, and repeated on the following Saturday at 4 pm:

Jan. 16, 23, 30:  Immigrants & Services in NY City - This School of Public Affairs Conference, co-sponsored by the Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs, looks at local immigration policies and services in the context of a burgeoning national debate on immigration and immigrants.

Click here to stay up to date on Baruch College specials on CUNY TV.

Sports

Men's Swimming Clinch CUNYAC Season Title, Women Stay Undefeated

swimming

The men’s and women’s swimming teams each remained undefeated in the CUNYAC standings following victories on Monday night at Lehman College in the Bronx. The women coasted to a 108-58 victory by winning every event, while the men clinched their first-ever CUNYAC regular season title with a 122-77 victory. More info

Baruch Performing Arts Center Events

Jan. 12, 7:30 pm: Five Borough Songbook

Engelman Recital Hall, Newman Vertical Campus, 55 Lexington Avenue

Five Borough SongbookNow in its fifth season, Five Boroughs Music Festival has taken on a bold and exciting new project, commissioning twenty of New York's finest composers to write new songs inspired by all parts of New York City. The resulting Five Borough Songbook is a celebration of NYC's history, poetry, geography, and of course, its eight million residents. The January 12th Manhattan Premiere at BPAC will be performed by a stellar cast of musicians including four vocalists, two pianists, and a violinist. Come early to hear some of the composers speaking about their new works, and what it means to be part of this new songbook. More info

Jan. 20-22: Valerie Green/Dance Entropy in Eternal Return

Nagelberg Theatre, Newman Vertical Campus, 55 Lexington Avenue

Dance EntropyDance Entropy is a professional modern dance company that performs in NYC, tours, and teaches both domestically and abroad as led by artistic director Valerie Green. Dance Entropy abstracts the potential chaos of the body and creates order through expressive movement reflecting the world in which we live. More info

Offerings

Jan. 19: Corporate Counseling Associates Program Series Seminars

The Baruch College Women of Color Network's Office of Human Resources will be presenting the following seminar this month:

Thursday, January 19, 12:45 – 1:45 pm, NVC – 14-280
Seminar: "Managing Your Time at Work and Home"
 - The focus of this program is on obtaining practical skills, tools and techniques to maximize effectiveness and increase productivity.

For additional information please send an email to abby.santana@baruch.cuny.edu - Refreshments will be served.


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