Events (13 November - 17 November)

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Conference on "THE AFRICAN PRESENCE & THE INFLUENCE ON THE CULTURES OF THE AMERICAS"
Wed., Nov. 8 / 5:30 PM -- 8 PM, NVC 14-220. Guest Speaker is Dr. Farah Jasmine Griffin.
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STUDENT FLU SHOT CLINIC
FREE FLU VACCINES are available to Baruch Students. No appointment necessary. First come, first served, while supplies last. Thurs., Nov. 9 from 12:30 PM--8 PM and Mon., Nov. 13 from 12:30 PM --8 PM. Baruch College Student Health Center, 138 E. 26th St., 1st Floor. Vaccines are sponsored by the CUNY Office of Student Services.
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FALL STUDENT THEATRICAL PRODUCTION--"BLADE TO THE HEAT"
The Baruch College FINE & PERFORMING ARTS DEPARTMENT presents the FALL STUDENT PRODUCTION of Oliver Mayer's play, "BLADE TO THE HEAT," directed by Thom Garvey. Performances will be Tuesday, Nov. 14 thru Saturday, Nov. 18 @ 7:30 PM, and Sat., Nov. 18 @ 2:30 PM in the Nagelberg Theater, Baruch Performing Arts Center, B3 Level. $10 Tix available at E. 25th St. Lobby Box Office.


Baruch Performing Arts: Events
PAF 9330 - @ 6:00PM in Room 415
November 13th, 2006
PAF 9330 - Prof. McGarraghy @ 6:00PM in Room 415
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LIB 3020 - @ 6:00PM in Room 135
November 13th, 2006
LIB 3020 - Prof. Shelfer @ 6:00PM in Room 135
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LIB 3040 - @ 3:20PM in Room 135
November 13th, 2006
LIB 3040 - Prof. Bornstein @ 3:20PM in Room 135
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Entrepreneurship Competition Workshop
November 13th, 2006
Entrepreneurship Competition Workshop - @ 6:00PM in Room 130
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ENG 2100 - @ 2:30PM in Room 130
November 13th, 2006
ENG 2100 - Profs. Shariff & Peña @ 2:30PM in Room 130
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Accounting Students FASB Workshop
November 13th, 2006
FASB Workshop - @ 12:00PM in Room 130
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Council of Chief Libriarians
November 13th, 2006
Council of Chief Libriarians - @ 10:00 in Room 415
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Reuters II Workshop @ 2:45PM
November 11th, 2006
Reuters II Workshop @ 2:45PM in Subotnick Center
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Reuters I Workshop @ 1:15PM
November 11th, 2006
Reuters I Workshop @ 1:15PM in Subotnick Center
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LACUNY Archives & Collection Round-Table
November 10th, 2006
LACUNY Archives & Collection Round-Table @ 1:00PM in Room 135
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LIB 1016 - @ 6:00PM in Room 135
November 9th, 2006
LIB 1016 - Prof. Ellis @ 6:00PM in Room 135
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LIB 3010 - @ 2:30PM in Room 135
November 9th, 2006
LIB 3010 - Prof. Liu @ 2:30PM in Room 135
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LIB 1015 - @ 11:10AM in Room 130
November 9th, 2006
LIB 1015 - Prof. Pollard @ 11:10AM in Room 130
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ENG 2100 - @ 2:30PM in Room 130
November 9th, 2006
ENG 2100 - Profs. Okeknow & Peña @ 2:30PM in Room 130
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LILAC Meeting
November 9th, 2006
LILAC Meeting - @ 2:00PM in Room 415
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Accounting Students FASB Workshop
November 9th, 2006
FASB Workshop - @ 12:50PM in Room 130
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Research Consultations (1:00PM-3:00PM)
November 9th, 2006
Research Consultations - From 1:00PM-3:00PM (Click here to register)
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Marketing Information Workshop
November 9th, 2006
Marketing Information Workshop - @ 12:45PM in Room 135 (Click here to register)
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ENG 2100 - @ 10:45AM in Room 135
November 9th, 2006
ENG 2100 - Profs. Hallowell & DiMartino @ 10:45AM in Room 135
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Council of Chief College Desktop
November 9th, 2006
Council of Chief College Desktop - @ 10:00AM in Room 415
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ENG 2100 - @ 8:40AM in Room 135
November 9th, 2006
ENG 2100 - Profs. Gambito & Brodherson @ 8:40AM in Room 130
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ENG 2100 - @ 8:40AM in Room 130
November 9th, 2006
ENG 2100 - Profs. Okeknow & Peña @ 8:40AM in Room 130
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High School for a Day @ 3:00PM
November 8th, 2006
High School for a Day - Prof. Peña @ 3:00PM in Room 130
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PAF 9301 - @ 6:00PM in Room 130
November 7th, 2006
PAF 9301 - Prof. Main @ 6:00PM in Room 130
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Career & Job Resources @ 12:45PM
November 7th, 2006
Career & Job Resources Workshop @ 12:45PM in Room 135 (Click here to register)
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ENG 2100 - @ 10:45AM in Room 135
November 7th, 2006
ENG 2100 - Profs. Getzen & Francoeur @ 8:40AM in Room 135
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ENG 2100 - @ 8:40AM in Room 135
November 7th, 2006
ENG 2100 - Profs. Getzen & Francoeur @ 8:40AM in Room 135
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IS Division Meeting @ 2:00PM
November 6th, 2006
IS Division Meeting @ 2:00PM in Room 130
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Reuters: Options Workshop @ 12:45PM
November 6th, 2006
Reuters: Options Workshop @ 12:45PM in the Subotnick Center
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ENG 2100 - @ 10:45AM in Room 135
November 6th, 2006
ENG 2100 - Profs. McCarthy & Brodherson @ 10:45AM in Room 135
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CAPS - @ 9:30AM in Room 130
November 6th, 2006
CAPS - Profs. Britton & Rath @ 9:30AM in Room 130
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Entrepreneurship Competition Workshop @ 12:45PM
November 3rd, 2006
Entrepreneurship Competition Workshop @ 12:45PM in Room 135
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Reuters Bloomberg Workshop @ 12:45PM
November 3rd, 2006
Introduction to Bloomberg @ 12:45PM in the Subotnick Center. (Register Here)
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Web Research Workshop @ 12:45PM
November 2nd, 2006
Web Research Workshop @ 12:45PM in Room 135 (Register Here)
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ENG 2100 - @ 10:45AM in Room 135
November 2nd, 2006
ENG 2100 - Profs. Towns & Peña @ 10:45AM in Room 135
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ENG 2100 - @ 8:40AM in Room 135
November 2nd, 2006
ENG 2100 - Profs. Towns & Peña @ 8:40AM in Room 135
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Reuters II Workshop
November 1st, 2006
Reuters II Workshop - @ 1:15PM in Subotnick Center (Register Here)
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ENG 2100 - @ 12:50PM in Room 135
November 1st, 2006
ENG 2100 - Profs. Schreiber & Gee@ 12:50PM in Room 135
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ENG 2100 - @ 10:45AM in Room 135
November 1st, 2006
ENG 2100 - Profs. Gee & Schreiber @ 10:45AM in Room 135
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ENG 2100 - @ 10:45AM in Room 130
November 1st, 2006
ENG 2100 - Profs. Towns & Peña @ 10:45AM in Room 130
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ENG 2100 - @ 8:40AM in Room 130
November 1st, 2006
ENG 2100 - Profs. Towns & Peña @ 8:40AM in Room 130
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Industry Information Workshop
October 31st, 2006
Industry Information Workshop @ 12:45PM in Room 135. Learn time saving processes and techniques for the effective retrieval of industry information. Access reliable information from the major industry information providers (government vs. private, trade associations and trade journals). Learn to develop a comprehensive industry profile and to select the appropriate tools for specific industry inquiries. Gain hands-on experience using advanced techniques to search specialized databases for financial, marketing and management trends and news.
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BPL - @ 12:40PM in Room 130
October 31st, 2006
BPL - Prof. Klusek @ 12:40PM in Room 130
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ENG 2100 - @ 11:35AM in Room 135
October 30th, 2006
ENG 2100 - Profs. Kenezevic & Ross @ 11:35AM in Room 135
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ENG 2100 - @ 11:10AM in Room 130
October 30th, 2006
ENG 2100 - Profs. Grumet & Ormsby @ 11:10AM in Room 130
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Reuters: Technical Analysis
October 30th, 2006
Reuters: Technical Analysis Workshop @ 12:45PM in the Subotnick Center This session introduces Reuters tools for technical analysis of the markets, and discusses how professionals calculate and use these tools to make buying and selling decisions. The workshop includes hands-on interaction with real-time and historical market data. The workshops are open enrollment for all Baruch students, undergraduate and graduate, who have taken Reuters I and Reuters II.
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Division Heads Meeting
October 30th, 2006
Division Heads Meeting (10:00AM-12:00PM in Room 415)
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Reuters II Workshop (@ 2:45PM in Subotnick Center)
October 28th, 2006
The Reuters II workshop intends to provide students with advanced features of Reuters 3000 Xtra including the Model Browser and PowerPlus Pro. The goal of this workshop is to enable students to apply some theories, concepts, and methodologies they have learned in finance, accounting, economics, and management to practice. Students will learn to use the Model Browser to analyze and compare the performance of companies and markets. Students will also use the Model Browser to access and retrieve information from bond and foreign exchange and money markets. Students will learn to use PowerPlus Pro to develop a comprehensive portfolio covering a wide range of stocks in a variety of industries and markets. Thsi workshop takes place in the Subotnick Financial Services Center.
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Reuters I Workshop (@ 1:15PM in Subotnick Center)
October 28th, 2006
The Fundamentals of Reuters workshop serves as an introduction to the Reuters system and its use for accessing real-time and historical information on financial markets and news internationally. In order to be certified for using the Reuters system in the Subotnick Financial Services Center, students should be advised that they must attend this workshop.
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Curriculum Committee Meeting
October 27th, 2006
Curriculum Committee Meeting (10:00AM-12:00PM in Room 135)
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Reuters I Workshop @ 11:30 A.M.
October 25th, 2006
The Fundamentals of Reuters workshop serves as an introduction to the Reuters system and its use for accessing real-time and historical information on financial markets and news internationally. In order to be certified for using the Reuters system in the Subotnick Financial Services Center, students should be advised that they must attend this workshop.
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Reuters II Workshop (10/23 @ 1:15 P.M.)
October 23rd, 2006
The Reuters II workshop intends to provide students with advanced features of Reuters 3000 Xtra including the Model Browser and PowerPlus Pro. The goal of this workshop is to enable students to apply some theories, concepts, and methodologies they have learned in finance, accounting, economics, and management to practice. Students will learn to use the Model Browser to analyze and compare the performance of companies and markets. Students will also use the Model Browser to access and retrieve information from bond and foreign exchange and money markets. Students will learn to use PowerPlus Pro to develop a comprehensive portfolio covering a wide range of stocks in a variety of industries and markets. Thsi workshop takes place in the Subotnick Financial Services Center.
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Library Creates Graduate Student Blog and Video Orientation
October 16th, 2006
The Newman Library announces the launch of two innovative media services in an effort to meet the challenging needs of Baruch's graduate students. "Graduate students tend to rank library services very highly, but aren't generally aware of all the resources available to them," says Linda Rath, Graduate Services Librarian. She is hoping to change that at Baruch with the new Graduate Research Blog and an online video orientation. "Graduate students approach research differently than undergraduates and Baruch students are commuters who work," says Rath. "We're hoping to create a participatory environment and that this technology can be used to supplement library services." The Graduate Research Blog, which is available now at http://graduateresearch.wordpress.com/, serves as a forum for library staff and students to exchange research advice, post comments and make suggestions. New services and seminars are also announced through the blog. While librarians are on hand in the Newman Library during regularly scheduled hours, the blog allows graduate students to discuss research and resources anytime, whether with staff or other students, on campus or off. The fourteen minute long video orientation provides an online tour of the Newman Library. Available through a link on the Graduate Services page on the library's website, the tour is segmented so students can not only use it at their convenience, but also skip around to their topics of interest. In-person group orientation tours, which generally last about 5 to 7 minutes, will still be available but often do not allow for a complete tour and review of resources due to time constraints and students can feel overloaded with information. The video orientation can be used as a refresher and will allow students to review the library's services online while they are physically off campus. The library encourages students to offer their suggestions about services they would like to see developed or enhanced. For more information, contact: Linda Rath, Graduate Services Librarian Linda_Rath@baruch.cuny.edu (646) 312-1622
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Library Adds 30,000 eBooks
September 11th, 2006
The Newman Library has initiated a subscription to a 30,000 title full-text electronic book collection. The ebrary "Academic Complete" collection contains works from 220 publishers across all subject disciplines: Business & Economics (15%), Humanities (21%), Social & Behavioral Sciences (17%), Computers & Information Technology (10%), and Education (7%). The collection is accessible both on and off campus through the library's web site. Access is also available via the library's online catalog, CUNY+, where a bibliographic record has been added for each title.
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Graduate Student Reception 8/29 6:00 P.M.
August 17th, 2006
The library is hosting a reception for new graduate students on August 29 from 6:00 - 7:30 p.m. This event will provide an opportunity to preview library facilities, meet informally with librarians, and ask questions regarding the library and its resources to get a head start on this semester. For more information please contact Linda Rath, Graduate Services Librarian at linda_rath@baruch.cuny.edu or 646-312-1622.
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Prof. Ormsby Receives SLA Award for Outstanding Achievement
July 28th, 2006
The Business and Finance Division of the Special Libraries Association has selected Professor Rita Ormsby, Information Services Librarian, as the recipient of the 2006 Award for Outstanding Achievement in Business Librarianship. This award recognizes an individual who has made an outstanding contribution to the field of business and finance librarianship and information science. The selection committee cited Professor Ormsby's work on a proposal that led to a $240,000 grant from the NASD Investor Education Foundation to develop an interactive computer-based investment guide tailored to young adults making career choices. Professor Ormsby received the award at the Association's annual meeting in Baltimore on June 12.
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Three Information Services Librarians Appointed
July 28th, 2006
Following a nationwide search, the Newman Librarian has appointed three faculty members to the Information Services Division, with responsibility for reference service, instruction, collection development, faculty outreach, and other services. David Brodherson (Assistant Professor) holds a B.A. (Biology) from NYU and a B.S. (Art History & Photography) from Utah State University. His graduate degrees include an M.A. (Art History) from the University of Chicago, Ph.D. (City & Regional Planning & History of Architecture) from Cornell University, and M.L.S. from Queens College. Dr. Brodherson comes to Baruch with three years of experience as an academic librarian following teaching appointments in higher education, including an adjunct appointment as Associate Professor of Art History at Hunter College. He was awarded research fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Graham Foundation, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. He has also served as a curatorial advisor to the Art Institute of Chicago. Dr. Brodherson has authored four chapters in edited volumes and two scholarly articles. Harold Gee (Assistant Professor) holds three degrees: BA (Management & Finance) NYU; MBA, St. John's University; MLS, Queens College. After teaching and serving as Assistant Dean at St. John's, Professor Gee held research positions at Paine Webber, Lehman Brothers, and Lazard Freres. He also worked as an information professional consultant for LexisNexis. In 2000 he joined the Newman Library as an adjunct faculty member, then worked with us full-time, teaching on the trading floor of the college's Subotnick Financial Services Center and providing reference service in the library. In 2003 he held the position of Research Librarian for Business at the University of California, Irvine. The library is happy to welcome back to the department such a distinguished business librarian. Joseph Hartnett (Instructor) received a B.A. (Journalism) from Buffalo State College and an M.S. in Library Science from the University at Buffalo, SUNY. While in graduate school, he worked in three academic libraries providing chat reference service, cataloging, training users, and assisting with the creation of digital libraries. During the past academic year he was a key member of the team responsible for the creation of the college's Digital Media Library (DML). In November 2005 he and Professor Sheau-yueh Chao presented a poster session on the DML at the NYLINK annual meeting. Mr. Hartnett will serve as the library's primary contact with the CUNY Online BA program.
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METRO Site Visit (8/17 @ 10:30 a.m.)
July 27th, 2006
The Metropolitan New York Library Council is sponsoring a professional development site visit to the Newman Library. "Discover how Baruch College is integrating technology into their programs and services. In this visit you'll get an inside look at Baruch's virtual reference service, their digital media library, and their integration of tools such as blogs and wikis at the reference desk. You'll have a chance to talk with librarians about the impact technology based services has on their work and service to students." To register, visit the METRO web site.Š
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Newman Library Chosen to Support CUNY Online BA Program
July 26th, 2006
The City University of New York is offering its first Online Baccalaureate in Fall 2006. Designed for those who seek to complete their college degree, CUNY's new online baccalaureate combines a strong liberal arts curriculum with a concentration in communication and culture. Courses will be diverse and challenging — and include such areas as mass media studies, organizational change, global culture, historical perspectives, scientific reasoning, and urban affairs. Offering a distinctive "virtual classroom" experience, the online baccalaureate combines flexible scheduling and Web-based tools to facilitate a high degree of interaction among students, their instructors, and fellow classmates. The Newman Library has been designated to provide library services for this important new program. In addition to offering traditional library services, the library will provide a wide range of digital services including chat and e-mail reference, electronic course reserves, and access to thousands of full-text publications through 200 online databases. Joseph Hartnett, Information Services Librarian, is the library's liaison to the CUNY Online BA program. According to Mr. Hartnett, "Students entering this program may be a bit nervous, because distance learning is a new experience for them. We are making sure that everything is easily available so that their time is spent productively."
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Global Equity Markets Seminar
June 14th, 2006
June 19, 2006 - June 21, 2006, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM, GEMS provides a comprehensive overview of the workings of the equity markets Read more...
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Using Management Consultants for Nonprofit Organizations: Promises & Pitfalls June 14
June 14th, 2006
Hear from leading consultants, learn from a panel discussion with nonprofit clients and consultants. Join a small group session led by a consultant specializing in strategic planning, boards, HR, technology and other management topics. Read more...
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Baruch College to Host Credit Suisse Explorer Program June 14
June 14th, 2006
Baruch College will provide an inside view of the business world for traditionally under-represented first and second year undergraduates when it hosts the Credit Suisse Explorer Program on June 14. Read more...
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Copenhagen Business School Librarians Visit Newman Library
June 14th, 2006
On April 6th, a group of librarians and IT staff from the Copenhagen Business School (CBS) Library visited Newman Library. Read more...
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Student Wins Ethics Prize for Paper from Library Credit Course
June 14th, 2006
Hamid Rashidzada, a Baruch College student minoring in the Newman Library's Information Studies program, has been awarded the Abraham J. Briloff Prize in Ethics (undergraduate category). Read more...
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Outreach Services Librarian Awarded PSC-CUNY Research Grant
June 14th, 2006
The Professional Staff Congress of the City University of New York (PSC-CUNY) has awarded Associate Professor Katherine Shelfer, Newman Library's Outreach Services Librarian, a grant to study student preferences regarding the use of library subscription databases and resources on the open World Wide Web. Read more...


THIS WEEK AT BARUCH
WEEK OF NOVEMBER 13 TO 19
Date Event Club Room From/
To
Sat.
Nov. 11 Archery Practice Archery Club Gym
(23rd St.) 4:00pm
8:00pm
Sun.
Nov. 12 Dance Rehearsal Club India B3 Level
(NVC) 12:00pm
6:00pm
Archery Practice Archery Club Gym
(23rd St.) 2:00pm
7:00pm
Mon.
Nov. 13 Big Five Can Drive Baruch Honors Program, Beta Alpha Psi, Golden Key,Phi Eta Sigma, Sigma Alpha Delta 2nd Fl. Lobby
(NVC) 8:00am
9:00pm
Free Flu Shots Health Center 3-240
(NVC) 9:00am
8:30pm
Hillel Helping the World Hillel 2nd Fl. Lobby
(NVC) 10:00am
7:00pm
Global Village Promotion AIESEC 2nd Fl. Lobby
(NVC) 11:00am
4:00pm
Palestine Awareness Week: Lamis Deek Arab Alliance 3-215
(NVC) 2:30pm
4:30pm
Tue.
Nov. 14 Big Five Can Drive Baruch Honors Program, Beta Alpha Psi, Golden Key,Phi Eta Sigma, Sigma Alpha Delta 2nd Fl. Lobby
(NVC) 8:00am
9:00pm
Hillel Helping the World Hillel 2nd Fl. Lobby
(NVC) 10:00am
7:00pm
Global Village Promotion AIESEC 2nd Fl. Lobby
(NVC) 11:00am
4:00pm
Israel Helping the World Hillel 1-107
(NVC) 12:25pm
2:25pm
Club Promotion NY Music Industry Association 2nd Fl. Lobby
(NVC) 12:30pm
2:20pm
Fashion Show Promotion Shop of Style 2nd Fl. Lobby
(NVC) 12:30pm
2:30pm
Palestine Awareness Week: Film Arab Alliance 2-125
(NVC) 12:30pm
2:30pm
Events Promotion United Chinese Language Association 2nd Fl. Lobby
(NVC) 12:30pm
2:30pm
Darfur Genocide: D. Salin & Y. Osman, Americans Informed Democracy AIESEC 10-145
(NVC) 12:40pm
2:20pm
Advice From HR Executives in Finance Executives On Campus, Finance & Economics Society 14-235
(NVC) 1:00pm
2:00pm
Learn Chinese United Chinese Language Association 3-240
(NVC) 6:00pm
7:30pm
Career Program Promotion Investment Banking Club 2-125
(NVC) 6:00pm
8:00pm
Palestine Awareness Week: Film Arab Alliance 3-215
(NVC) 6:00pm
8:30pm
Wed.
Nov. 15 Big Five Can Drive Baruch Honors Program, Beta Alpha Psi, Golden Key,Phi Eta Sigma, Sigma Alpha Delta 2nd Fl. Lobby
(NVC) 8:00am
9:00pm
Hillel Helping the World Hillel 2nd Fl. Lobby
(NVC) 10:00am
7:00pm
Global Village Promotion AIESEC 2nd Fl. Lobby
(NVC) 11:00am
4:00pm
Events Promotion United Chinese Language Association 2nd Fl. Lobby
(NVC) 12:30pm
2:30pm
Cell Promotion Boost Mobile 2nd Fl. Lobby
(NVC) 1:00pm
4:00pm
Palestine Awareness Week: Ryvka Bar Zohar Arab Alliance 2-125
(NVC) 6:00pm
8:30pm
Grad Social Graduate Student Association 1-107
(NVC) 6:00pm
10:00pm
Thu.
Nov. 16 Big Five Can Drive Baruch Honors Program, Beta Alpha Psi, Golden Key,Phi Eta Sigma, Sigma Alpha Delta 2nd Fl. Lobby
(NVC) 8:00am
9:00pm
Hillel Helping the World Hillel 2nd Fl. Lobby
(NVC) 10:00am
7:00pm
Global Village Promotion AIESEC 2nd Fl. Lobby
(NVC) 11:00am
4:00pm
Networking Luncheon Accounting Society, ALPFA, Beta Alpha Psi, NAASA, NABA 1-107
(NVC) 12:30pm
2:30pm
Fashion Show Promotion Shop of Style 2nd Fl. Lobby
(NVC) 12:30pm
2:30pm
Promotion Table WBMB Baruch College Radio 2nd Fl. Lobby
(NVC) 12:30pm
2:30pm
Basketball Tournament Phi Eta Sigma ARC Arena (Main Gym)
(NVC) 12:30pm
2:30pm
Palestine Awareness Week: Professor Joseph Massad Arab Alliance Mason Hall
(17 Lexington Ave.) 12:30pm
2:30pm
Culture Show Auditions African Students Association 3-215
(NVC) 12:30pm
2:30pm
Mediaedge: Randy Levine, Jeff Levine Media Planners Baruch City Advertising Society 3-160
(NVC) 12:40pm
2:15pm
Artist Management Networking: Dave Lori & Danny Hest NY Music Industry Association 3-165
(NVC) 1:00pm
2:00pm
AIESEC Movie Screening AIESEC 3-210
(NVC) 5:30pm
9:30pm
Career Dinner Sigma Alpha Delta 1-107
(NVC) 6:00pm
9:00pm
Fri.
Nov. 17 Big Five Can Drive Baruch Honors Program, Beta Alpha Psi, Golden Key,Phi Eta Sigma, Sigma Alpha Delta 2nd Fl. Lobby
(NVC) 8:00am
9:00pm
Reuters Training Workshop Beta Alpha Psi Subotnick Center 10:00am
12:00pm
Financial Literacy: Tanya Bryan, NY Life Insurance Company National Association of Black Accountants 4-125
(NVC) 6:00pm
8:00pm
SLU Informational Sigma Lambda Upsilon 3-215
(NVC) 6:00pm
8:30pm
5th Annual Fashion Show Shop of Style Mason Hall
(23rd St.) 7:00pm
10:00pm
Sat.
Nov. 18 Archery Practice Archery Club Gym
(23rd St.) 4:00pm
8:00pm
Sun.
Nov. 19 Archery Practice Archery Club Gym
(23rd St.) 2:00pm
7:00pm




EMAIL NEWSLETTER from
BARUCH COLLEGE's OFFICE OF STUDENT LIFE

November 10, 2006 Edition

LATE EDITION.....

The following two item were mistakenly left off the Nov. 9 email.
1. SHOP of STYLE (SOS) is proud to present the 5th Annual Multicultural
FASHION SHOW on Friday, November 17 @ 7:00 p.m. showcasing "Elemental
Fashion" hosted by DJ Sickamore, a MTV/ BET DJ. Doors open at 6:00 p.m.
Tickets are $5.00 and are available in the Office of Student Life, NVC
2-210. Non-Baruch students are welcome as well. The fashion show features
F.I.T. and Baruch designers who will be showcasing their student talent
and a feature designer, Mia Quinn, G-Units' stylist. Entertainment
includes Baruch's well known MPAG and X-Factor dancers, as well as The
Network Dance group; rap performance by Ekspo and the very funny New York
Boyz of Comedy.

2. HELPLINE will be having a THANKSGIVING DRIVE from November 13th to 17th.
Please stop by the Helpline office to donate funds to provide Thanksgiving
dinner for people in need. All proceeds will go to City Harvest. For
more information, please feel free to contact the Helpline staff at
646-312-4752 or stop by the office in NVC 3-241.

For more info on what's happening @ Baruch, check the Student Affairs
website @ http://www.baruch.cuny.edu/studentaffairs and the Student Life
website @ http://www.baruch.cuny.edu/stulife.

HAVE A GREAT WEEK AND HAPPY THANKSGIVING!


RUFUS REID in concert at the BPAC. The world renown, premiere bassist at the BPAC Oct. 19 @ 6PM. Free concert presented by the MILT HINTON JAZZ Concert Series. Get free ticket at BPAC box office.
 

jimmycc

New Member
Zicklin Graduate Leadership Speaker Series


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Hello Everyone,

Our next Zicklin Graduate Leadership Speaker Series event is scheduled for
Wednesday, November 29th,
from 12:15 - 1:30 PM in VC14-220. We invite you to join us to welcome our
prominent guest,
Jill Kaplan, Publisher, Crain's New York Business.

Dress is business formal. (suits, jackets, etc...) Thank you!

A small group tea (VC14-280)from 1:30 - 2:15 P.M. will follow the formal
presentation. If you would like
to participate in the tea please send a response to:

Barbara Weiner at:

Barbara_Weiner@baruch.cuny.edu

Warmest regards,
Ginny

Jill Kaplan
Publisher, Crain's New York Business




Jill Kaplan is the Publisher of Crain's New York Business. She joined the
newspaper in September 2006.


Prior to this she was the General Manager of The Wall Street Journal's
Weekend Edition. Ms. Kaplan spent close to 9 years at The Wall Street
Journal, where in addition to her role as GM of Weekend Edition, she was GM
of Weekend Journal, Personal Journal and The Journal Report.


Ms. Kaplan led the Journal's consumer diversification strategy and was a
key member of the senior management team who conceptualized and launched
Weekend Edition and Personal Journal. Ms. Kaplan also oversaw the paper's
agency relations program.


She began her career in publishing in 1988 as a sales rep with Times Mirror
Magazines and later became Eastern Regional Manager for The Economist.


Ms. Kaplan earned a B.S. from Clark University in Economics. She is
married and the mother of two girls. She and her family reside on the
Upper West Side of Manhattan.

RSVP for the formal presentation:
http://events.embark.com/event/baruch/newstudentevents


(See attached file: Bio Kaplan.doc)(See attached file: Speaker Series Flyer
- Jill Kaplan.doc)



Ginny Goldberg
Director of Graduate Student Life
Zicklin School of Business at Baruch College
City University of New York
Vertical Campus B13-280
55 Lexington Avenue
New York, NY 10010-5585
Phone: 646-312-3064/3130
Fax: 646-312-3131
 

jimmycc

New Member
1- Thursday, November 30th -Baruch College Fund Reception - THIS IS A VERY IMPORTANT EVENT!

- Faculty lounge (Room 760 in the Newman Conference Center (Library Building, 152 E. 25th Street) immediately following the meeting of the Trustees of the Baruch College Fund at 5 PM. The Trustees of the BCF are alumni of the College. The purpose of the event is to give the Trustees a chance to socialize and to introduce the new members of the Board.
- Volunteers should arrive no later than 4:30 pm. Dress is business attire.

Major role: Talk and mingle with the guests (Trustees of the BCF). They should be outgoing and feel comfortable introducing themselves to the Trustees all of whom are quite "approachable" and anxious to become acquainted with our current students. I would suggest that they ask questions to those they are speaking to such as when they graduated, what they studied, which clubs and activities they participated in, their current careers etc. This will undoubtedly lead the Trustee(s) to ask the students about themselves.

President Waldron is hosting the event, so of cause she will be there along with the deans, vice presidents and staff of College Advancement.



2- Monday, December 4th - The Russell Banks CEO Leadership Lecture Series at Baruch College.
7:00- 8:00PM - Library Building - 7th floor
Guest Speakers: Nina and Tim Zagat - Co-Founders and Co-Chairs of
ZAGAT Survey and Guides
- Volunteers should arrive at 6:30PM
Club Officers role will be to:
- direct traffic separating VIP's to reception in lounge and students to 750
- attend reception
- pass around microphone during Q&A
- meet Zagats in lobby and escort them to 750


RSVP by Friday, November 24th, or sooner to Barbara_Weiner@baruch.cuny.edu
 
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