Eighth Baruch College Student Named 2010 NextGen Award Winner
Baruch College student Jose Sanchez is the most recent recipient of the NextGen Award from American Humanics, a national organization dedicated to educating, preparing, and certifying professionals to lead non-profit organizations. This academic year, eight Baruch College students were chosen for this internship-based program offering a generous stipend. For more on the NextGen program, click here.
Journalism Professor Roslyn Bernstein's Book Debuts in Vilnius, Lithuania
Reminder to Complete the CUNYFirst Survey
Recently, some of you received the third survey of ideas and opinions on the implementation of CUNYFirst. Please look at the CUNYFirst Survey FAQ, which should answer any questions you may have about the survey and CUNYFirst. As you probably know, the CUNYFirst project is a CUNY-wide implementation of a new computer software system to establish 21st century tools and practices to support services for students, faculty, and staff. The results will be very helpful to the CUNYFirst team and will help everyone make best use of the system in the future, so please complete the survey by Wednesday, June 30th at 5 pm. If you need the survey to be resent or have technical questions, please contact Mr. Rom Litwin, Operations Manager, Baruch College Survey Research, at 646-660-6776, or email@example.com.
Baruch Bearcat Monique Salmon to Participate in D3 All-Star Team Tour of Brazil in August
Archiving the History of Baruch College: Sandra Roff Helps Turn a Vision Into Reality
Dozens of design sketches, planning meetings, and emails later, the history of Baruch College is now on view for all to see in the lobby of the Information and Technology Building. The College thanks archivist Sandra Roff and President Stan Altman for their efforts toward making this happen -- get the full story here.
Sept 29-30: Information and Technology Building, 7th Fl., 151 E. 25th Street
A two-day symposium to be held at Baruch College in collaboration with the Museum of the City of New York (MCNY), this event will explore and assess NYC Mayor John Lindsay's initiatives in public management and their legacy for today. A tour of the Museum's exhibition America's Mayor: John V. Lindsay and the Reinvention of New York, will follow the 9/29 program. More info
May 25 - June 27: Nagelberg Theatre, Newman Vertical Campus, 55 Lexington Avenue
Before the Marx Brothers, there was "Hershele," a beloved folk hero and compassionate jester who battles injustice armed only with his wits. In this comic tale full of song Hershele mobilizes a community to overcome the greedy desires of a villain who stands in the way of young love. The lively music and "meshugene" antics will inspire gales of laughter, set toes tapping, and make for a truly memorable evening at the theater. More info
June 3 - 27: Bernie West Theatre, The Field Building, 17 Lexington Avenue
Lovers, fairies, and rude mechanicals converge with hilarious consequences and unexpected joy for all in this Shakespearean classic. More info
June 12 - July 31: Engelman Recital Hall, Newman Vertical Campus, 55 Lexington Avenue
Platanos & Collard Greens is a sweetly enacted tale of secret lovers -- two college students from different cultures attracted at first sight -- until mom finds out and has a heart attack! This smash hit play is now entering its seventh season! If you haven't seen it yet, it's time to experience this hilarious romantic comedy. More info
July 2-3: Nagelberg Theatre, Newman Vertical Campus, 55 Lexington Avenue
The Pan Man is a musical play set in the 1970’s on the beautiful island of Trinidad and Tobago when “the living was easy” and “pan” was considered real rebel music. It was a time when pan music was looked down on and viewed negatively by most of society. The story of “The Pan Man” brings humor to the history of pan through a multi-talented cast and lively, energetic original music. More info