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April 30, 2014

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Wednesday, April 30, 2014

End Time 8:50 PM NCCP4000 - Construction Project Management (Multi-Day Event)
Master the tools used by Project Managers: work breakdown structure, critical path, task analysis, project plan, project scheduling and more. Gain the skills needed to plan, track progress, and stay focused on the end result.

- $475.00
8 Sessions 6:00:00 PM - 8:50:00 PM
MON/WED 3 /17/2014 - 4/9/2014
Building: 137 E 22 ST , Room: 202

To register click here and enter the code NCCP4000 into the search box.
All Day NCP2000 - An Economic Perspective on Real Estate (A Certificate Course) (Multi-Day Event)
This course will provide students with a broad overview of the world of real estate investing and its place in the overall economy. Students will learn about the many economic factors that influence the real estate market including, availability and types of spaces, options for funding, and the effect outside economic conditions have on the environment for income producing real estate investments.

Semester SP14 - NCP200001 - $475.00
Instructor: ALBERTI, ERIK (8 Sessions)
6:00 PM - 8:50 PM
4/22/2014 - 5/14/2014

To register click here and enter code NCP2000 into the Search Box.

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All Day Water Project Buzz Event
This will market our Water Project Event this upcoming Thursday. We will provide information on the activities we will have for our event and will provide some candy to share with students as they pick up flyers and learn more about our club and this upcoming event, the last event of this semester.
11:00 AM - 4:00 PM AIESEC Tabling
Tabling for AIESEC Baruch's info session for students to learn more about how they can travel the world and make a difference. Go abroad on a volunteer internship experience in opportunities in over 124 different countries. Opportunities ranging from environmental sustainability, education, business and more. There is something for everyone. Stop by and see what AIESEC Baruch Exchange Programs can do for you! Volunteer abroad with our Global Citizen Program or Intern abroad through our Global Talent Program.
12:00 PM - 3:00 PM Buzz Event
InterVarsirty at Baruch holds buzz events to create buzz about our upcoming events. This Wednesday we will be promoting our Large Group, "Value of Suffering: Wrecking Ball" which will be hekd this Thursday during club hours.
12:00 PM - 5:00 PM Sigma Alpha Delta Honor Society Bake Sale
The bake sale will fundraise for Sigma's private account, so that we can provide scholarships to our members.
12:30 PM - 6:00 PM Alpha Kappa Psi Bake Sale
We will be selling various homemade treats ranging including but not limited to: macaroons, brownies, cookies, etc. We will charge students between $0.50 and $1.50 per item. All proceeds will go toward funding for future events.
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM Mitsui USA Lunch-time Forum: Thomas Farley
Making an Acquisition Work: The NYSE's Integration Into the Intercontinental Exchange "The view from the inside"


Speaker: Thomas Farley,COO New York Stock Exchange

Location: Newman Conference Center (Newman Library), 7th Floor, Room 750

No RSVP required. Refreshments will be provided.
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM Nisanov Zone
Hillel at Baruch offers weekly classes with Rabbis. Conversations with Rabbi Shlomo Nisanov offers students this amazing opportunity to explore Judaism from the inside out by learning with one of our outstanding rabbis and teachers. It is Hillel's goal to encourage students to grow and develop Jewishly while enriching their education at CUNY Baruch.
12:45 PM - 2:00 PM Bloomberg I
Bloomberg I: Introduction to Bloomberg Professional for Equities The Bloomberg I workshop is an introduction to the Bloomberg Professional service, a leading source of real-time and historical financial information. Bloomberg I covers navigation within the Bloomberg system and focuses on company stocks and equity markets.
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM InterVarsity Small Group
Small Groups is where small communities come together to read the bible and bounce ideas off each other.
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM IVCF Small Group
Small Groups is where small communities come together to read the bible and bounce ideas off each other.
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM Blackboard Collaborate Workshop
LOCATION: VC 6-145 This workshop will show how to create a session in Blackboard collaborate. We will review settings, applications, and functions within the web conferencing software. We will also review tips and best practices when holding a session
5:00 PM - 9:30 PM Praise Night!!~~Hosting by CCF
CCF, Intervarsity Christian Fellowship & KCCC invite students to a pre show of CCF's "Music Cafe." We will have worship, prayer, & food.
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM Is the Internet Killing Music, Or Sustaining It?
A panel discussion presented by the Department of Journalism and its award-winning online magazine Dollars & Sense, with Winston "Stone" Ford, founder and C.E.O. of The Couch Sessions, Jeanne Meter, a senior Vice president of EMI Music, and Dan Ozzi, the editor of Noisey,  VICE's Music site. Moderated by Bianca Seidman, who writes widely about music and culture and this spring is teaching a course at Baruch on writing about music.
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Bamboo Ceiling
What are the barriers both imagined and real in entering America’s workforce in the 21st century as an Asian-American? Hear from professionals across sectors on overcoming challenges and ethnic stereotypes in the workplace. Dinner will be served.
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Managing Your Company's Finances
Presented by Mary Ann Holley, Lecturer

This seminar offers practical do-it-yourself methods of managing the finances of start-up companies. Participants will explore simple ways to set up record-keeping systems, develop budgets and generate reports that will help them control costs, improve cash flow and contribute to the ongoing strategic planning for their businesses. Basic techniques and a quick look at QuickBooks will be discussed.

Pre-registration is required! To register for the event visit

Baruch College SBDC
55 Lexington Avenue, Suite 2-140
New York, NY 10010
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM Arts, Artists, & de Blasio’s New York: Creative Partnership-Arts/Culture with Colleges/Universities

Co-sponsored by the Weissman School of Arts and Sciences, Creative Cities International and The Baruch College-Rubin Museum of Art Project

Mayor de Blasio ran and won on a platform of a "tale of two cities." His election prompts us to ask what a vision for a more egalitarian society could mean for the arts in our city.

Over this, and two prior evenings, we will take a fresh look at how a progressive administration could - with public support - reshape and revitalize our attitudes and priorities on a wide range of pressing issues for the arts and culture broadly. What value do we place on ensuring dynamic cultural experiences for all our citizens?  

FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC -- $10 donation suggested

April 30 -- CREATIVE PARTNERSHIPS: Arts/Cultural Organizations with Colleges/Universities

Breaking down barriers: increasing access to the City’s arts and cultural resources.

New York City is an international center for arts and culture. Millions of tourists visit the city to enjoy its diverse offers from Broadway, to the Met, to small community based museums and performance companies. Yet many of the city’s population, particular college students enrolled in K-16, have little or no access to these resources. We need to get serious about how make these creative experiences available to students of all ages. Students need engagement with the arts to help them develop and become more informed about the world around them. At the same time arts and cultural institutions search for ways to cultivate today’s students to become tomorrow’s patrons.

This session will examine cooperative initiatives between art and cultural institutions, higher education and government in New York and elsewhere. What are the lessons learned and how can we design and implement successful programs?

Moderated by Stan Altman, Professor, School of Public Affairs, Baruch College

Panelist: Hector Cordero-Guzman, Professor School of Public Affairs, Baruch College,  Board Secretary, El Museo del Barrio

Other panelists to be announced

6:30 PM - 8:00 PM WSAS Industrial/Organizational Psychology Student and Alumni Networking Event
Networking event for alumni and current students of the Weissman School of Arts and Sciences MS Industrial/Organizational Psychology  program. 

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