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September 22, 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 22, 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 Delta Sigma Pi Bake Sale
We will be hosting a bake sale to support our organization's fundraising efforts.
12:00 PM - 2:30 PM SPIA-BSPA Information Session Lunch
SPIA-BSPA Information Session Lunch
12:30 PM - 3:30 PM 1-on-1 Training from Public Agenda: Facilitating Face-to-Face Groups
The School of Public & International Affairs and PUBLIC AGENDA offer Baruch students a chance to learn how to Facilitate Face-to-Face Groups. And, You'll actually practice what you’ve learned at the upcoming presidential election debates.

This is a unique opportunity to learn the basics of "Facilitating," which will allow you to better lead a group discussion. To see more about this opportunity CLICK HERE!

Training is 12:30-3:30 on Thursday, 9/22 in room 14-245. 
Please reply to to attend.

See all presidential debate events here:

12:30 PM - 2:30 PM ASEDOM General Interest Meeting
Come meet ASEDOM! We will reflect on past ASEDOM achievements and events - we hope to recruit lots of new members this semester!
12:30 PM - 2:30 PM Black Student Union General Interest Meeting
**This event takes place in NVC 4-120**
Black Student Union would like reach out to Baruch's Class of 2020 and bring them into the fold on being a Bearcat.
12:30 PM - 2:30 PM Chats with BlackRock
Chats with BlackRock will allow 12 members of Women in Business to meet with a representative from BlackRock and learn more about the company as well as their internship opportunities. Members will gain an opportunity to speak to a recruiter and learn about the internship process.
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM Encounters Magazine Tabling
Stop by our table to grab a copy of the latest issue of Encounters Magazine, Baruch's literary and arts publication. Feel free to chat with our team regarding the positions we have open on staff, how to join, how to submit your work, our newest Instagram contest, and prizes available to win. We hope you drop by!
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 Intervarsity Christian Fellowship Outreach/Buzz Event
Allows students to play a game, socialize with club members and sign up to our mailing list.
12:30 PM - 2:30 PM Photography Meeting
**This event takes place in NVC 10-145**
Meeting for the Photography Department and all hopeful prospective members of the Lexicon organization.
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM SPIA Nonprofit Faculty Meeting
Meeting for all SPIA nonprofit faculty members.
12:40 PM - 2:20 PM Brother vs. Brother : Navigant vs KPMG
Two brothers who chose different career paths, public and private accounting will be debating about the pros and cons of each type of accounting firm.
12:40 PM - 2:00 PM General Interest Meeting
Learn about the Pre-Law Society and meet the Eboard!
12:40 PM - 2:20 PM MBA Introduction Meeting
**This event takes place in NVC 4-213**
Join MBA for their first meeting of the semester.
12:40 PM - 2:20 PM Moody's: Effective Communication
**This event takes place in NVC 9-150**
To help students with their communication skills in hopes of nailing those interviews and building a bigger network.
12:40 PM - 2:20 PM Pre-Induction Meeting #2
At this meeting, students will learn more about Chi Alpha Epsilon National Honor Society, be introduced to XAE officers to discuss how you can contribute to the National Honor Society, such as signing up to walk for Breast Cancer Awareness Day, and they will be informed about other requirements to be able to become XAE member in November.
12:40 PM - 2:20 PM The African Experience
**This event takes place in NVC 4-180**
To introduce the Baruch student body to the African experience. To also have a discussion about current events and their effect on the African community. We plan to have interactive icebreakers and fun activities.
12:40 PM - 2:20 PM WIB Challenge a Board Member
The purpose of this event is to have perspective and continuing WIB members get to know the current board members. There will be activities that allows for team building and it would be a great way for perspective members to get acquainted with each other as well.
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM Russell Banks CEO Leadership Lecture: A Conversation with WeWork Founder Adam Neumann

The 2016 Russell Banks CEO Leadership Lecture

About the Program

The Zicklin School of Business invites you to a Russell Banks CEO Leadership Lecture with Special Guest Adam Neumann, Co-founder and CEO of WeWork.  Adam, who studied Entrepreneurship at Baruch College, will discuss his journey to become the CEO of a multi-billion dollar enterprise.  He will take questions from the audience, giving you the opportunity to discover what it takes to be a successful serial entrepreneur and agent of change.

About the Speaker

Adam Neumann is the Co-founder and CEO of WeWork, which provides workspace, community, and services to more than 60,000 members in 30 cities around the world. Adam, along with co-founder Miguel McKelvey, started WeWork in 2010 with the intention of creating an environment focused on community, and the belief that people will achieve more together than they could on their own. Adam and team want to grow WeWork everywhere to serve everyone, expanding globally and focusing on building technology that connects members around the world so they are empowered to do what they love. Previously, Adam co-founded and ran Big Tent Inc., where he developed Egg Baby and Krawlers, well-known brands of children’s clothing. Adam lives in New York City and is the proud father of four children and loving husband to his wife, Rebekah.


55 Lexington Ave (enter on 24th or 25th street) Room 14-220
Thursday, September 22nd
1:00 - Networking Lunch
1:15 pm - Discussion and Audience Q&A Session


Registration is extremely limited and open only to Baruch College students, faculty, staff, and alumni. Register online, by phone, or via e-mail:

  1. Complete the online registration form
  2. Call us at 646-312-3231 or
  3. Email us at
4:00 PM - 6:30 PM EMET with Rabbi Kigel and Rabbi G
EMET Fellowship is a weekly series of lectures on character self-improvement, overcoming adversity with faith, and Jewish Mysticism (Kabbalah) taught by Rabbi Kigel and Rabbi Gutmacher. Whether you are already knowledgeable about torah and Judaism or have only begun to scratch the surface, EMET will help you seek out the truth to many of life's difficult questions.
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM Adapting to Change: The Business of Climate Resilience

Adapting to Change: The Business of Climate Resilience


The 2015 Paris COP 21 was hailed as a historic show of solidarity among nearly 200 nations. The pact aims to curtail greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and keep temperatures from rising more than 2 degrees C, in the hope of averting natural disasters, like proliferating floods and wildfires.

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), also launched by the UN in 2015, offer companies an additional opportunity to merge climate and sustainability practices with larger business goals.

Business is buying into the Agreement. The large business presence at the Paris negotiating table and support from corporate leaders of all stripes to cut GHGs are positive signs.

About the Panel

This panel will examine how leading businesses are adapting to climate change and moving to mitigate its impact, while seeking ways to engage the SDGs in the years to come.

Panelists will include civil society leaders and executives from companies spotlighted in Adapting to Change: The Business of Climate Resilience, authored by panel moderator Dr. Ann Goodman. The session will offer attendees a chance to explore:

  • The progress of companies in building climate resilience into operations and goals
  • What corporate leaders have done to make their companies more resilient - before, during and since the Paris Agreement - and their plans going forward
  • What motivates companies to build climate resilience
  • How it benefits them and other stakeholders
  • Costs incurred and obstacles that remain


Moderated by ANN GOODMAN, Ph.D, Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College
JAY BRUNS, Vice President for Public Policy, Corporate Responsibility, The Hartford
LOU FERRETTI, Director, Environmental Compliance, IBM
BRUCE SCHLEIN, Director, Alternative Energy Finance, Citi

Climate Week NYC 2016

We are proud to announce, Adapting to Change: The Business of Climate Resilience, is a part of Climate Week NYC 2016.

Climate Week NYC 2016 takes place from September 19 -25. During the first UNGA post Paris – and with the US elections just eight weeks away – Climate Week NYC 2016 will gather leaders from business and government to demonstrate how continued investment in innovation, technology and clean energy will drive profitability and lead us toward net zero emissions.

Climate Week NYC – one of the key events in the international calendar that has been driving climate action forward since it was first launched in 2009. Read about some of our highlights here.

Climate Week NYC is presented by The Climate Group. We encourage participants to use the #CWNYC hashtag for all social media posts.

In Partnership with

The Sustainability Practice Network (SPN) is a New-York-based forum for professionals working with corporate responsibility and sustainability issues to build community based on learning, discussion, information and idea exchange. There are over two thousand members on our list-serve, representing practitioners from industry, academia, government and NGO's. For more information please visit:


6:00 pm - Registration and Networking
6:15 pm - Panel
7:30 pm - Q&A
8:00 pm - Networking


Complimentary pre-registration is required to attend this program.
Register online, by phone or e-mail:
Complete the online registration form

  1. Call us at 646-312-3231
  2. E-mail us at
    6:00 PM - 10:00 PM HEA Grad Student Welcome
    Grad Student Welcome
    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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