CFO Quarterly Outlook Survey
Financial Executives International and The Zicklin School of Business have released their CFO Quarterly Outlook Survey for the second quarter of 2009. Results of the survey can be viewed here.
Watch Dean John Elliott as he discusses the survey on Bloomberg TV.
Tech News NYC Features Baruch's Center for Nonprofit Strategy and Management
Tech News NYC has published an article featuring the results of an analysis conducted by David S. Birdsell, Dean of the School of Public Affairs, and Bill Ferns, Associate Professor of Computer Information Systems at Baruch College on the changing use of technology by nonprofits. The article can be viewed here.
The Property Management staff is conducting a physical re-inventory on all fixed assets beginning on June 15. The staff must see all equipment tagged with a CUNY barcode and must have all keys made available to them at the time of visit. Off-campus equipment will have to re-inventoried by filling out this form. More information about this announcement can be found here.
Network Unavailable on 6/26
Due to essential work on the fire alarm system in the College's main
computer room, the campus network and all local Baruch College systems
will be unavailable on Friday, June 26. That day is the first summer
Friday on which the campus is closed, which will reduce the impact of
the down time. On that day there will be no access to faculty/staff
e-mail, Baruch College web pages, Degreeworks from on site or off site.
Anyone who is on campus that day will not have access to any computing
services. However, from off campus there will be access to systems that
are hosted outside our campus such as Blackboard, eSIMS, BOSS, and
student e-mail. If you need to know the scheduled availability of any
system on June 26, please contact the help desk (x1010) in advance.
Tuesday, June 30th, 5:30pm | Steven L. Newman Real Estate Institute
Steven L. Newman Real Estate Institute Open House
The open house is an opportunity for potential students to learn about the full range of the Newman Real Estate Programs offered at Baruch College directly from faculty members. Students can learn about the Newman Institute Certificate Program that includes courses required to obtain or maintain New York State real estate licenses for brokers, salespersons, appraisers and home inspectors. The open house will be held at 137 East 22nd Street, Marble Lounge, Room 206. Refreshments will be served. RSVP
Saturday, June 27, 2:00pm | Baruch Performing Arts Center
The India Center presents a diverse range of Poets & Writers presenting their works in several Indian languages, including Sandskrit, Hindi, Bunjadi, Gujarati, etc. More info
Saturday, June 27, 5:00pm | Baruch Performing Arts Center
The India Center presents a festival of traditional Indian Folk Arts & Dance. Dances to be performed include Bhangra, Dandiya, Giddha, Gurba, Baoul, etc. More info
Ending June 26 | Baruch Performing Arts Center
As one of the longest running plays in off-Broadway history, The Vampire Lesbians of Sodom, written by Charles Busch, is a fantastic send-up of vampiric tales and actresses' vanity. The story begins in Sodom, transports us to 1920’s Hollywood, and drops us on a modern stage. The rivalry begins in Sodom where a guard is lamenting his social life and a succubus is awaiting a sacrificial virgin. The virgin is turned into a succubus and a 2000 year battle of feminine wiles, toothy marks, and blackmail ensues. It is a hilarious love-hate relationship that sustains them both. For tickets, please visit or call the box office in the NVC lobby at 646.312.4085. $10 tickets for Baruch I.D. holders. More info
June 26 - June 29 | Baruch Performing Arts Center
Christmas Eve, 2014. Chile, Peru and Bolivia are at war. A young Chilean soldier gets a 24-hour leave to celebrate with his pregnant twin sisters who are determined to seize the moment and convince him to act on their opposing views of the war. Will the brother defect or return to battle? The phrase “home for the holidays” takes a poignantly funny turn in this provocative, side-splitting political dark comedy where nothing is what it seems, and no one is entirely telling the truth. Teatro en el Blanco “hits its target” with this new co-production with Chile’s renowned Santiago a Mil Festival. More info
June 26 - June 29 | Baruch Performing Arts Center
The lives of five eccentric co-workers who want to find love but don’t know how, crisscross in the third wing of an office that seems as out of reach as the characters who practically live in it. Timbre 4 productions are performed in Buenos Aires in Claudio Tolcachir’s own living room, and the 30 eager people who line up nightly outside his home, must press buzzer (timbre) # 4 to view one of his intimate shows. Third Wing marks the return of the unique company that captivated TeatroStageFest 2007 audiences with The Omission of the Coleman Family, revealing once more its ironic take on the absurdity of everyday life. More info
Discounts from CAPS for Teen Summer Programs
Continuing and Professional Studies offers a 15% discount to Baruch faculty and staff members who enroll their children in our Teen Summer Programs. Your teen will have a fun and challenging experience! We offer teen language intensives in English, French, Italian, Mandarin, Russian or Spanish. Or help your child prepare to score high on an upcoming New York City Specialized High School Exam or the ACT, SATI or SATII needed to get into college. Find out more here. Or call Patti Juza at x5114.