MFA Thesis Show: Begonia Santa-Cecilia
Reception: Thursday, April 7, 5-7pm Location: Compton-Goethals 134
Omar Haddad, guitarist, performs works by J.S.Bach, and others Location: Shepard Hall 95
Scholarship Open House
The Rangel Center will host an open house for students interested in applying for $5,000 and $10,000 scholarships in community service and public management. Staff will be on hand to provide information on the programs and offer advice on applying. Location: NAC 7/114
Join the Wellness Center's Healthy Monday Event! Get information every Monday on topics such asproper nutrition, sleep hygiene, physical activity, andemotional well being from Peer Health Educators.!!FREE Giveaways!! Location: Marshak J-15
Islamic Awareness Week
Come learn about Islam during Islamic Awareness Week on April 4-7. Tables will be set up all around campus, look around you and get connected. Location:
National Web Teach-in
A national web teach-in on budgets, attacks on unions, and related subjects, led by Profs. Frances Fox Piven of CUNY and Cornel West of Princeton Location: NAC 5/111
FREE Rapid Antigen HIV Testing brought to you by the Wellness &Counseling Center in conjunction with the Renaissance Health CareNetwork. Get your results in only 20 minutes.!!FREE Giveaways!! Location: NAC 1/211
The Wellness and Counseling Center, along with OSLLD, presents students with The Weekly Wii FIT Challenge. Location: NAC GameRoom
Health Insurance Tabling for AmeriGroup, WellCare, and MetroPlus
WCC will provide representatives at the NAC Rotunda to talk with students about health insurance Location: NAC Rotunda
Is Law School in Your Future?
The Skadden, Arps Honors Program in Legal Studies will discuss the resources available at City College for students interested in pursuing a career in law. Location: North Academic Building 4/126
Graduate Salute for all graduating seniors. Location: NAC BALLROOM
"The Power, Demands and Limits of Science: A Cautionary Tale for Policy Makers, Health Care.
The Louis Levine-Gabriella de Beer Lecture in Genetics, presented by Dr. James P. Evans."The Power, Demands and Limits of Science: A Cautionary Tale for Policy Makers, Health Care Professionals and the Public." Location: Shepard Hall The Great Hall
Diane Ravitch: How testing and choice are undermining education
Please join us for the Doyle and Alba Bortner Distinguished Speaker Series in Urban Education. Book signing of The Death and Life of the Great American School System: How Testing and Choice Are Undermining Education will follow the presentation. Location: NAC Faculty Dining Room
A one stop shop for all graduating seniors Location: NAC BALLROOM
Semat Lecture in Physics
Physics Colloquium and Semat Lecture: Roman Jackiw; "Fractional charge and Majorana excitations: The physics of zero-energy modes." Location: Shepard 95
MFA Thesis Show: Begonia Santa-Cecilia
Reception Location: Compton-Goethals 134
Careers for English Majors
Learn about careers for English majors and network with the speakers! Location: NAC 6/308| 6/309
Materials of the Imagination:Glasgow School of Art by Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Presented by William J.R. Curtis, historian, critic, painter and photographer. Location: Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture Sciame Auditorium
The First Humanities & Arts Amateur Hour; Benefiting the Faculty, Administration & Staff Scholarship Fund
Unwind, sip a glass of the Dean’s Punch & watch H&A administration and staff members showing off talents you never suspected, hosted by Master of Ceremonies Steve Jablonsky. Location: Compton-Goethals 318
by David DiTrapani, jazz trumpeter, withFloris Boere, piano, Alex Ball, bass, Derek Nelson, drums, and special guests Location: Shepard Hall 95
Social and Public Policy in Urban Education in China and Hong Kong
Prof. Ka Ho Mok, Assoc. Vice President and Dean or Arts & Sciences, Hong Kong Institute of Education, discusses how China prepares teachers and students for the 21st century. Location: North Academic Center 4-220B
In this play by Georg Buchner, directed by BA Theatre Major Ben Hawthorne, Woyzeck is pushed to the edge. Location: Aaron Davis Hall Theatre B
This festive informational fair honors the achievements of our second year students and features music, snacks & tips for continued success. All CCNY sophomores welcome! Location:
The Fed, Monetary Policy, Mathematics and You!
Jane Katz, the director of educational programs at the Federal Reserve Bank of NY, discusses the roles of Fed, paid summer internship programs for students, & full time job opportunities upon graduation. Location: NAC 1/511E
Reflections on Architecture A Conversation with William J.R. Curtis and Dean George Ranalli
Curtis and Ranalli will discuss everything from the use and abuse of the past, to the role of education, to the need for an authentic architectural language. Location: Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture Sciame Auditorium
by Antonello Parisi, jazz pianistwith Nathaniel Gao, saxophone, Aidan O'Donnell, bass, and Paolo Orlandi, drums, and special guestBob Franceschini, Tenor Saxophone Location: Shepard Hall 95
"Contemporary Issues in Public Health: Historical and Ethical Perspectives"
Join keynote speaker Dr. Ronald Bayler, the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University and panelists from Columbia, Berkeley, and City College. Location: NAC 5/101
Race and Science: New Findings and Challenges.
Sponsored by the CCNY Department of Sociology and featuring Alondra Nelson (Columbia University), Ann Mourning (New York University) and Gabriel Haslip-Viera, CCNY. Location: NAC Dominican Studies Library and Archives (2/202)
Family Arts Day
The Graduate Program in Educational Theatre is hosting a family arts day -come enjoy a variety of events with you family !! Location:
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