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September 15, 2016

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Tuesday, November 21, 2017

5:00 PM - 8:00 PM Ackerman Fall Lecture 2017,"Latinos and the Endangered Right to Vote"

"Latinos and the Endangered Right to Vote" the consequence of  recent policy changes on minority and particularly Latino voters. Featuring Juan Cartagena is one of the nation's leading voices on equality and nondiscrimination who has successfully used the law to effectuate systems change for the benefit of marginalized communities. A dynamic public speaker, seasoned litigator and educator Mr. Cartagena is currently the President and General Counsel of LatinoJustice PRLDEF a national civil rights public interest law office that represents Latinas and Latinos throughout the country.

Thursday, November 30, 2017

8:00 AM - 10:00 AM Marxe Issues Breakfast Series "University-City Relations:How Can They Mutually Benefit From Pooled Resources"
"University-City Relations:How Can They Mutually Benefit From Pooled Resources"

In keeping with the findings and issues raised in Steven Diner’s book “Universities and Their Cities: Urban Higher Education in America". The author explores the role of Higher Education in advancing economic and social justic relations. The panel will discuss how a stronger university/city collaboration involving pooling vast   resources can significantly benefit both citizens and government services. An enhanced alliance of Cities/Universities can be a bold step toward rethinking how to advance needed local changes and advancements. Featuring author Steven Diner, former Rutgers University Newark Chancellor; Maryanne Schretzman, Director of the Center for Innovation Through Data Intelligence- NYC Mayor's Office and Kenneth J. Knuckles, President and CEO of the Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone Development Corp and Vice Chairman of the City Planning Commission.

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Thursday, September 15, 2016

9:00 AM - 1:30 PM Academic Intensive English Program at Baruch College

The Fall 2016 Academic Intensive English Program (AIEP) begins on Monday, September 26!

The AIEP is designed to prepare non-native speakers for university or graduate school in the United States. Students in this full-time program may qualify for an F-1 international student visa.  Conditional admission to Baruch’s undergraduate and graduate programs available.

Make sure to register before Friday, September 23 in the Continuing and Professional Studies (CAPS) office in the Vertical Campus Building in room 116, by calling 646-312-5000, or visit our webpage for more information:

You can also find a schedule of our FREE after-class activities on Facebook: workshops, tutoring center, conversation hour, and field trips! Click on this link for more information:

12:00 PM - 5:00 PM Tabling
To recruit and make Beta Alpha Psi known to future potential members.
12:30 PM - 2:15 PM Immigration 101 Workshops
The purpose of the Immigration 101 Workshops is to provide International Students with information regarding F-1/J-1 status maintenance, with an emphasis on employment regulations.
12:30 PM - 2:30 PM PRSSA General Interest Meeting
**This event takes place in NVC 6-140**
Official meeting for all prospective members to receive information on PRSSA on a larger scale. Open discussion of what the club offers to students.
12:30 PM - 2:30 PM UNICEF at Baruch: When I was Younger I Dreamed...
Join us for an interactive and inspirational event... "When I was younger I dreamed..."

Children all around the globe are faced with adversity everyday. All these children have one thing in common, they all have hopes and dreams for their future. We are going to create a event with a format similar to "Humans of New York." We will be asking questions to Baruch students, such as, "When I was younger I dreamed..." We want to illustrate to our community that people from any demographic have dreams. Additionally, we will feature longer stories and the answers will be showcased on a dry erase white board. At the end, you can share the memories by sharing pictures that we will share in our album on MyBaruch.
12:40 PM - 2:20 PM 1st GIM - Samosa and Chill
**This event takes place in NVC 3-120**
The PSA welcomes all members old and new to get a chance to see what the club has in store for the semester, meet new people, and, of course, eat delicious samosas!
12:40 PM - 2:20 PM Baruch Resources Seminar
**This event takes place in NVC 4-120**
This event is going to be a presentation about the different resources and opportunities Baruch offers.
12:40 PM - 2:20 PM Big 4 Interview Workshop
Professionals from the Big 4 Accounting Firms will provide advice on how to answer tough interview questions and how to impress interviewers.
12:40 PM - 2:20 PM Blue Notes: Fall 2016 General Interest Meeting #2
Come visit the Blue Notes as we discuss what our club is all about! We will be discussing everything from meeting times, repertoire, and, most importantly, what to expect on audition day. If you like to sing and have a good time, come check out the Blue Notes, Baruch's first-ever a cappella group!
12:40 PM - 2:20 PM General Interest Meeting
Finance & Economics Society's first meeting to the general public to discuss the club's goals and programs throughout the semester
12:40 PM - 2:20 PM MetLife Internship Presentation
MetLife Insurance Company will be coming to talk about their summer internship program to the Baruch Actuarial Science Society. MetLife will also be taking resumes from prospective applicants.
12:40 PM - 2:20 PM Sigma Alpha Delta Info Session #2
Learn more about our seven committees as Sigma Alpha Delta hosts the second Information Session. Refreshments will be served.
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM CCVIP: A Demo Center Double Feature Event

The Computer Center for Visually Impaired People, (CCVIP)

A Demo Center Double Feature Event


Part 1:
An Educational Program on 
Non-24 Hour Sleep-Wake Disorder

Non-24 is a circadian rhythm disorder. Circadian rhythms are controlled by one’s master body clock. This presentation will focus on how this disorder affects the sleep and wake patterns of some blind individuals

Presented by Vanda Pharmaceuticals

Speaker: Dr. Seth Smith


Part 2:
The Ultimate Smack Down: Alexa VS. Siri

CCVIP Instructors Lynnette Tatum and Rick Fox duke it out with their Weapons of Voice Actuation. In one corner, Amazon’s Alexa and in the other, Apple’s Siri. Who will win?


FREE EVENT, but reservations are required.

Call 646-312-1420 to reserve your spot!


Time: 1:00pm to 4:00pm

Where: Baruch College Vertical Campus

55 Lexington Avenue, Room VC 3-215 

1:00 PM - 2:20 PM MexiCulture's General Interset Meeting
*This event takes place in NVC 4-180**
First General Interest meeting of the semester where we'll introduce our new e-board and talk about our founders and past members. We'll have a couple of ice breakers, games and refreshments. MexiCulture has a a mission to spread Mexican culture across Baruch College, we want all bearcats to be part of that mission.
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Introduction to Blackboard

This hands-on session is designed for instructors, graduate assistants, and staff with little or no prior Blackboard experience.  Learn the basics of Blackboard including:

  • Accessing the software
  • Uploading content to your Blackboard course
  • Customizing the Blackboard Interface
  • Understanding the Communication Features
  • Working with the course Control Panel
  • Learning where to go for help

2pm - 3pm in Room 6-145 in the Vertical Campus

6:15 PM - 8:45 PM Professional Communication Courses at Baruch College

The Fall Professional Communication term begins on Monday, September 19th at Baruch College. Check out our course schedule to find the class that fits you best:

Recommended Courses:

  • Oral Communication Skills for Professionals

  • Business Presentations

  • Speaking with Confidence

  • Leadership Communication

Register in the Continuing and Professional Studies (CAPS) office in the Vertical Campus Building in room 116, call 646-312-5000, or visit our website at

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