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May 2002
Future CUNY Facility on Governors Island Announced by Governor and Mayor.
Student Media Conference Addresses "Attack Mentality" after 9/11
Baruch Orients City Council Freshmen
Turning "D"s into Degrees: A CUNY Student Tells How
Life Resumes 500 Feet from Ground Zero
A Diaspora of CUNY Students into Halls of Power
A View to a Krill: Antarctic Expedition by College of Staten Island Scientists
The City University Attracts Talent from Near and Far
CUNY, PSC Announce Agreement on a New Contract
Chancellor Goldstein Initiates New Efficiencies, Greater Student Access to Learning Technology
Pulitzer Prize to Louis Menand
Executive Leadership Program Inaugurated
First Betty Shabazz Chair Appointed at Medgar Evers College
City University Retains New Fundraising Consultant
Former Congressman Dellums to Speak on AIDS at CCNY
City Tech Scholarship For All Four Seasons
Major CCNY Grant for Remote Sensing

Student Development, Enrollment Conference by Mayor

ReBuilding New York

New City College Biomedical Engineering Department

"Trailer Heroes" of BMCC Build at CCNY

A Life of Laura Bridgman—Disabled Pioneer in Education

Exotic Bird Alights at The Graduate Center

 
 

Student Development, Enrollment Conference

On May 10, the Office of Student Development and Enrollment Management, in conjunction with the Chief Student Affairs Officers Council, will host a conference at Baruch College on "The Educational Pyramid in Changing Times: Academic Success, Student Development and Institutional Leadership."

The conference will address strategies to assist University faculty, student services personnel, chief student affairs, and chief academic affairs officers in identifying new methods and techniques of nurturing student success. Two highlights of the conference, planned to run from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., will be a panel of CUNY college presidents, to be moderated by Medgar Evers College President Edison O. Jackson, and a keynote presentation by renowned University of Michigan scholar Michael Nettles, an expert on educational access and assessment.

For additional information, contact the CUNY Office of Student Develop-ment and Enrollment Management (212-794-5445) or Vincent Banrey, Vice President for Student Affairs at Medgar Evers College (718-270-6046). The fee for the conference is $20.00 and includes a continental breakfast and lunch. The event will be held at the new Baruch College vertical campus conference facilities on Friday, May 10, 2002, from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.