Weekly GSA Newsletter – Jan 30


Your weekly GSA newsletter.

Welcome to Spring 2012!! Week 1!!!
Header image courtesy of Lem Morrison.
News . . .
Graduate Student Assembly (GSA) has open positions on the board and is looking for potential students with a strong willingness to serve fellow students, influence the institution, and develop leadership skills. Interested students please contact Leon Fischman (President) or Varatha Vengadesan (VP) for more details.
Baruch College’s Financial Aid Office is now on Facebook and Twitter! Join for up to the minute posts and resources relating to financial aid.
Great (and free) tunes are now on offer at the Graduate Baruchian. Check the main page for playlists via Spotify created by your fellow students.

Develop and keep your edge with our essential reads via the @gradbaruchian Twitter feed. Follow us and sip from the firehose articles.

Overwhelmed by all the events on campus. Watch the google event calendar on the GCMC.

Upcoming Events . . .

February 7 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm Library Building Room 750

Zicklin Leadership Series

Speaker: Owh Kian Ong, Vice President of Marketing and Refining Planing, Hess Corporation

Please be present to welcome back a Baruch alumnus and a proven leader. It is a great opportunity to learn leadership lessons.

Business casual attire required. Lunch will be served! RSVP here.

February 7 9:00 pm – 10:00 pm Hairy Monk

Graduate Baruchian Editorial Meeting

Come meet the other editors and contributors to the blog over a few cold ones at our “executive conference room” at the Hairy Monk. Contribute your experience and opinions.  Here are some sample topics: Write in your native tongue and english to show off how diverse and international Baruch is; Write about a class or professor who influenced you or an instructor who shouldn’t be; Opine about the graduate experience.

Got news? or an event to publicize? Share it with us. Send the GSA VP, Varatha Vengadesan an e-mail with your events and details. It will be in the next weekly newsletter.

Got Talent? The header image (and more!) of this e-mail is a showcase for you to show off your art or imagery. Send your artwork and we will put it in header for all to see with your name.
Pick of The Week
GSA Social Groundhog Day
Feb 2 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
NVC 14-220
The Graduate Student Assembly cordially invites all graduate students to the first Social of the Spring 2012 term. Join fellow students and faculty for complimentary food, drinks and fun!
Graduate Students only! Please bring both valid school and government photo ID to enter.
After party will follow immediately at Van Diemens Bar – 383 3rd Avenue between 27th and 28th.

GSA News

In order to encourage Weissman/SPA students to bring forth issues that they have with their respective schools and to participate more in the governance of the college and co-curricular organizations, the GSA has created the positions of Weissman Liaison and SPA Liaison. For information about initiatives being undertaken or to express a concern or opinion please email Justin Simmons (MPA, 2013).

Follow the GSA on Facebook. Come to the next meeting on Tuesday, Jan 31st. Contact Leon Fischman, President, to be sure you are on the agenda.

The independent voice for graduate students at Baruch. Subscribe now and stay informed. Build your on-line presence with a post. “If I am not for myself, who will be? And if I am only for myself, what am I? And if not now, when?” -Hillel

Can you feel the shadow of your future? Looking for a new position, a change in your career or just better interviewing skills? Explore what the GCMC has to offer and setup appointments today!
The clock is ticking. Your job search\career change will take time. Take charge today.

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