Minggu, 05 Juni 2016

Opportunity: Guggenheim Criminal Justice Fellowship for Summer 2016

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Title: Opportunity: Guggenheim Criminal Justice Fellowship for Summer 2016
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Applications for the Guggenheim Internship 2016 are now available on the Student Employment Services Website. Deadline to apply is Monday, January 28th, 2016 by 5pm EST.

Generously funded by the Daniel and Florence Guggenheim Foundation, Oscar S. Straus II Fellows in Criminal Justice are a group of Barnard College, Columbia University and Princeton University students who intern each summer at various criminal justice non-profit organizations in the metropolitan New York area. The program was launched in 1996 and provides up to a $450/week stipend for a small number of interns who work for 8-10 weeks in a variety of fields in criminal justice. Internships are coupled with a field trip to a correctional facility, relevant and engaging readings, and periodic seminars featuring lively debate of current related issues, guest speakers, and discussion of the broader internship and career development experience. Internships are open to all class years except current seniors.

Please review the information and application thoroughly. If you have further questions, feel free to contact Student Employment Services at studentemployment@barnard.edu.

Applications for the Guggenheim Internship 2016 are now available on the Student Employment Services Website. Deadline to apply is Monday, January 28th, 2016 by 5pm EST.

Generously funded by the Daniel and Florence Guggenheim Foundation, Oscar S. Straus II Fellows in Criminal Justice are a group of Barnard College, Columbia University and Princeton University students who intern each summer at various criminal justice non-profit organizations in the metropolitan New York area. The program was launched in 1996 and provides up to a $450/week stipend for a small number of interns who work for 8-10 weeks in a variety of fields in criminal justice. Internships are coupled with a field trip to a correctional facility, relevant and engaging readings, and periodic seminars featuring lively debate of current related issues, guest speakers, and discussion of the broader internship and career development experience. Internships are open to all class years except current seniors.

Please review the information and application thoroughly. If you have further questions, feel free to contact Student Employment Services at studentemployment@barnard.edu.

Applications for the Guggenheim Internship 2016 are now available on the Student Employment Services Website. Deadline to apply is Monday, January 28th, 2016 by 5pm EST.

Generously funded by the Daniel and Florence Guggenheim Foundation, Oscar S. Straus II Fellows in Criminal Justice are a group of Barnard College, Columbia University and Princeton University students who intern each summer at various criminal justice non-profit organizations in the metropolitan New York area. The program was launched in 1996 and provides up to a $450/week stipend for a small number of interns who work for 8-10 weeks in a variety of fields in criminal justice. Internships are coupled with a field trip to a correctional facility, relevant and engaging readings, and periodic seminars featuring lively debate of current related issues, guest speakers, and discussion of the broader internship and career development experience. Internships are open to all class years except current seniors.

Please review the information and application thoroughly. If you have further questions, feel free to contact Student Employment Services at studentemployment@barnard.edu.

Sabtu, 04 Juni 2016

FAQ: the Nine Ways of Knowing for the Class of 2019

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Title: FAQ: the Nine Ways of Knowing for the Class of 2019
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Some years ago, the Nine Ways of Knowing were reviewed and clarified by Barnard's Committee on Instruction, and two of the categories were changed accordingly. Because many online resources are comprehensive, you will sometimes see references to General Education Requirements that apply to previous generations of students.

So when you look at the list of classes that fulfill General Education Requirements, be sure to look at the lists of courses approved to fulfill "Ethics and Values" (not "Reason and Value") and "Social Analysis 2" (not "Social Analysis") when looking at the list of Current Courses Satisfying General Education Requirements or the Comprehensive List of Courses Satisfying General Education Requirements.  As always, you can also play this game.

Some years ago, the Nine Ways of Knowing were reviewed and clarified by Barnard's Committee on Instruction, and two of the categories were changed accordingly. Because many online resources are comprehensive, you will sometimes see references to General Education Requirements that apply to previous generations of students.

So when you look at the list of classes that fulfill General Education Requirements, be sure to look at the lists of courses approved to fulfill "Ethics and Values" (not "Reason and Value") and "Social Analysis 2" (not "Social Analysis") when looking at the list of Current Courses Satisfying General Education Requirements or the Comprehensive List of Courses Satisfying General Education Requirements.  As always, you can also play this game.

Some years ago, the Nine Ways of Knowing were reviewed and clarified by Barnard's Committee on Instruction, and two of the categories were changed accordingly. Because many online resources are comprehensive, you will sometimes see references to General Education Requirements that apply to previous generations of students.

So when you look at the list of classes that fulfill General Education Requirements, be sure to look at the lists of courses approved to fulfill "Ethics and Values" (not "Reason and Value") and "Social Analysis 2" (not "Social Analysis") when looking at the list of Current Courses Satisfying General Education Requirements or the Comprehensive List of Courses Satisfying General Education Requirements.  As always, you can also play this game.

Jumat, 03 Juni 2016

myBarnard Technical Glitch Fixed -- check your L-Course box to update your program

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Title: myBarnard Technical Glitch Fixed -- check your L-Course box to update your program
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Due to a technical issue, many limited-enrollment courses ("L-courses") were mistakenly coded as open-enrollment courses.  If you added one of these courses (e.g. a language course, a science lab, etc.) earlier this week, it may have briefly appeared in your spring 2016 program.  All of these courses have now been removed from your spring program and are now waiting in L-course area below the open-enrollment add/drop window.  This has been done equitably across the board, so no individual student will have unearned priority or disadvantage in adding limited-enrollment courses.

Because of this, be sure to check your L-course box and add any L-courses there during one of your listed L-course times.  Questions?  Contact the Registrar.

myBarnard Technical Glitch Fixed -- check your L-Course box to update your program

Due to a technical issue, many limited-enrollment courses ("L-courses") were mistakenly coded as open-enrollment courses.  If you added one of these courses (e.g. a language course, a science lab, etc.) earlier this week, it may have briefly appeared in your spring 2016 program.  All of these courses have now been removed from your spring program and are now waiting in L-course area below the open-enrollment add/drop window.  This has been done equitably across the board, so no individual student will have unearned priority or disadvantage in adding limited-enrollment courses.

Because of this, be sure to check your L-course box and add any L-courses there during one of your listed L-course times.  Questions?  Contact the Registrar.

myBarnard Technical Glitch Fixed -- check your L-Course box to update your program

Due to a technical issue, many limited-enrollment courses ("L-courses") were mistakenly coded as open-enrollment courses.  If you added one of these courses (e.g. a language course, a science lab, etc.) earlier this week, it may have briefly appeared in your spring 2016 program.  All of these courses have now been removed from your spring program and are now waiting in L-course area below the open-enrollment add/drop window.  This has been done equitably across the board, so no individual student will have unearned priority or disadvantage in adding limited-enrollment courses.

Because of this, be sure to check your L-course box and add any L-courses there during one of your listed L-course times.  Questions?  Contact the Registrar.

myBarnard Technical Glitch Fixed -- check your L-Course box to update your program

Kamis, 02 Juni 2016

Important Message from BCIT re: Lionmail accounts

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Title: Important Message from BCIT re: Lionmail accounts
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Dear First Year Students,

As of Spring 2015 Barnard students are no longer provided with LionMail accounts from Columbia. Some of you may have noticed that, in spite of this, a LionMail account was created for you when your Columbia UNI was first created over the summer. Unfortunately this was done in error, and these accounts will need to be closed out.  We are working with CUIT to make sure this impacts you as little as possible.

Here’s what will happen:
- On Friday, Nov. 13your UNI@columbia.edu email address will be set to forward toyour gBear email (unless you have already set up forwarding to another account).   So, after that day, any NEW email sent to you at UNI@columbia.edu will automatically be delivered to your gBear account.
- On Tuesday, Nov. 17, any mail that was already in your LionMail account will be migrated into your gBear inbox.
- On Friday, Nov. 20, all LionMail accounts that were created for Barnard first-yearstudents will be disabled.

If you haven’t been using your LionMail account, or if you only have email in it, you don’t have to do anything!  If you have created any Google Docs inside your LionMail account, though, please contact BCIT Student Computing for help moving those to your gBear account.

We apologize for the confusion and any inconvenience this may have caused. If you have any questions or concerns about this work, please contact BCIT StudentComputing at 212-851-9100 or help@barnard.edu

Best,
Victoria Swann
Director, User Services
BCIT




Dear First Year Students,

As of Spring 2015 Barnard students are no longer provided with LionMail accounts from Columbia. Some of you may have noticed that, in spite of this, a LionMail account was created for you when your Columbia UNI was first created over the summer. Unfortunately this was done in error, and these accounts will need to be closed out.  We are working with CUIT to make sure this impacts you as little as possible.

Here’s what will happen:
- On Friday, Nov. 13your UNI@columbia.edu email address will be set to forward toyour gBear email (unless you have already set up forwarding to another account).   So, after that day, any NEW email sent to you at UNI@columbia.edu will automatically be delivered to your gBear account.
- On Tuesday, Nov. 17, any mail that was already in your LionMail account will be migrated into your gBear inbox.
- On Friday, Nov. 20, all LionMail accounts that were created for Barnard first-yearstudents will be disabled.

If you haven’t been using your LionMail account, or if you only have email in it, you don’t have to do anything!  If you have created any Google Docs inside your LionMail account, though, please contact BCIT Student Computing for help moving those to your gBear account.

We apologize for the confusion and any inconvenience this may have caused. If you have any questions or concerns about this work, please contact BCIT StudentComputing at 212-851-9100 or help@barnard.edu

Best,
Victoria Swann
Director, User Services
BCIT




Dear First Year Students,

As of Spring 2015 Barnard students are no longer provided with LionMail accounts from Columbia. Some of you may have noticed that, in spite of this, a LionMail account was created for you when your Columbia UNI was first created over the summer. Unfortunately this was done in error, and these accounts will need to be closed out.  We are working with CUIT to make sure this impacts you as little as possible.

Here’s what will happen:
- On Friday, Nov. 13your UNI@columbia.edu email address will be set to forward toyour gBear email (unless you have already set up forwarding to another account).   So, after that day, any NEW email sent to you at UNI@columbia.edu will automatically be delivered to your gBear account.
- On Tuesday, Nov. 17, any mail that was already in your LionMail account will be migrated into your gBear inbox.
- On Friday, Nov. 20, all LionMail accounts that were created for Barnard first-yearstudents will be disabled.

If you haven’t been using your LionMail account, or if you only have email in it, you don’t have to do anything!  If you have created any Google Docs inside your LionMail account, though, please contact BCIT Student Computing for help moving those to your gBear account.

We apologize for the confusion and any inconvenience this may have caused. If you have any questions or concerns about this work, please contact BCIT StudentComputing at 212-851-9100 or help@barnard.edu

Best,
Victoria Swann
Director, User Services
BCIT

Rabu, 01 Juni 2016

Opportunity: Biology Journal Club

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Title: Opportunity: Biology Journal Club
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Are you taking BIOL BC1502 Introduction to Cell and Molecular Biology in Spring 2016?

Did you earn a 4 or 5 on the AP Bio exam (or a 5,6, or 7 on the IB Exam)?

Want to read classic and current scientific articles in along with other students who share your interest in Biology research?

Then check out this class: 

BIOL BC1599. Biology Journal Club. 1 point
Wednesdays 1:10-2:00. Class is offered P/D/F (not for a letter grade).
Open to first year students who scored a 4 or 5 on the AP Biology exam or a 5 or higher on the IB exam, and are enrolled in the 1500-level Biology series. Limited to 16 students.
Students in this seminar course will be introduced to the scientific literature by reading a mix of classic papers and papers that describe significant new developments in the field. Seminar periods will be devoted to oral reports, discussion of assigned reading, and student responses.

Are you taking BIOL BC1502 Introduction to Cell and Molecular Biology in Spring 2016?

Did you earn a 4 or 5 on the AP Bio exam (or a 5,6, or 7 on the IB Exam)?

Want to read classic and current scientific articles in along with other students who share your interest in Biology research?

Then check out this class: 

BIOL BC1599. Biology Journal Club. 1 point
Wednesdays 1:10-2:00. Class is offered P/D/F (not for a letter grade).
Open to first year students who scored a 4 or 5 on the AP Biology exam or a 5 or higher on the IB exam, and are enrolled in the 1500-level Biology series. Limited to 16 students.
Students in this seminar course will be introduced to the scientific literature by reading a mix of classic papers and papers that describe significant new developments in the field. Seminar periods will be devoted to oral reports, discussion of assigned reading, and student responses.

Are you taking BIOL BC1502 Introduction to Cell and Molecular Biology in Spring 2016?

Did you earn a 4 or 5 on the AP Bio exam (or a 5,6, or 7 on the IB Exam)?

Want to read classic and current scientific articles in along with other students who share your interest in Biology research?

Then check out this class: 

BIOL BC1599. Biology Journal Club. 1 point
Wednesdays 1:10-2:00. Class is offered P/D/F (not for a letter grade).
Open to first year students who scored a 4 or 5 on the AP Biology exam or a 5 or higher on the IB exam, and are enrolled in the 1500-level Biology series. Limited to 16 students.
Students in this seminar course will be introduced to the scientific literature by reading a mix of classic papers and papers that describe significant new developments in the field. Seminar periods will be devoted to oral reports, discussion of assigned reading, and student responses.

Selasa, 31 Mei 2016

FY Foundation lottery results will be available TUESDAY, NOV. 10, 12 NOON.

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As a reminder, results of the First-Year Foundation Lottery will be available Tuesday, November 10, 2015, at 12 noon.

Look for your results on myBarnard in the same place where you entered the lottery.  Then don't forget to add the class to your program online using the call number.

If you missed the lottery deadline and need to take First-Year English or First-Year Seminar this spring, please make an appointment to meet with the First-Year Class Dean ASAP to identify an available class.

As a reminder, results of the First-Year Foundation Lottery will be available Tuesday, November 10, 2015, at 12 noon.

Look for your results on myBarnard in the same place where you entered the lottery.  Then don't forget to add the class to your program online using the call number.

If you missed the lottery deadline and need to take First-Year English or First-Year Seminar this spring, please make an appointment to meet with the First-Year Class Dean ASAP to identify an available class.

As a reminder, results of the First-Year Foundation Lottery will be available Tuesday, November 10, 2015, at 12 noon.

Look for your results on myBarnard in the same place where you entered the lottery.  Then don't forget to add the class to your program online using the call number.

If you missed the lottery deadline and need to take First-Year English or First-Year Seminar this spring, please make an appointment to meet with the First-Year Class Dean ASAP to identify an available class.

Senin, 30 Mei 2016

Your Spring Program: important information and overview

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Some important information and reminders about advance program planning for Spring 2016:
  • For a quick refresher about program filing, read over the instructions on the Registrar's website.
  • Starting today, you are able to add Spring 2016 courses to your advance program if they are open-enrollment courses (i.e., if they do not have a maximum capacity noted in the online Directory of Courses).
  • As you add courses, pay attention to your “Comments and Reminders” box to see if there are extra steps to take in order to reserve your place in a particular course.
  • During the week of November 16, L-course sign-up will become available to you based on your class year: first-years will have appointment times to sign up for L-courses beginning on Thursday, November 19. Note: you can find information on L-course sign-up procedures here, and you can already see your personal L-course sign-up appointment times on your Spring 2016 myBarnard page. Remember to have a few back-up classes in mind in case spaces are not available by the time you are able to try to add L-courses (and remember that you will have another chance to try to enroll in them in January).
  • You must have a minimum of 12 points of credit on your advance program for Spring 2016.
  • If your advance program ultimately contains more than 18 credits, you will see a message that indicates that you will need your class dean's approval. This approval is required only during the final program filing period in January if you wish to maintain more than 18 credits on your Spring 2015 program.
  • The deadline to have a planned advance program on myBarnard, and to have your adviser's approval entered online, is MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23, AT 6:00 P.M. You are expected to meet with your adviser at least once before this filing deadline to discuss your plan for the spring semester. Make sure that you are aware of your adviser's schedule so that you meet in plenty of time to receive approval before the deadline.

Some important information and reminders about advance program planning for Spring 2016:
  • For a quick refresher about program filing, read over the instructions on the Registrar's website.
  • Starting today, you are able to add Spring 2016 courses to your advance program if they are open-enrollment courses (i.e., if they do not have a maximum capacity noted in the online Directory of Courses).
  • As you add courses, pay attention to your “Comments and Reminders” box to see if there are extra steps to take in order to reserve your place in a particular course.
  • During the week of November 16, L-course sign-up will become available to you based on your class year: first-years will have appointment times to sign up for L-courses beginning on Thursday, November 19. Note: you can find information on L-course sign-up procedures here, and you can already see your personal L-course sign-up appointment times on your Spring 2016 myBarnard page. Remember to have a few back-up classes in mind in case spaces are not available by the time you are able to try to add L-courses (and remember that you will have another chance to try to enroll in them in January).
  • You must have a minimum of 12 points of credit on your advance program for Spring 2016.
  • If your advance program ultimately contains more than 18 credits, you will see a message that indicates that you will need your class dean's approval. This approval is required only during the final program filing period in January if you wish to maintain more than 18 credits on your Spring 2015 program.
  • The deadline to have a planned advance program on myBarnard, and to have your adviser's approval entered online, is MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23, AT 6:00 P.M. You are expected to meet with your adviser at least once before this filing deadline to discuss your plan for the spring semester. Make sure that you are aware of your adviser's schedule so that you meet in plenty of time to receive approval before the deadline.

Some important information and reminders about advance program planning for Spring 2016:
  • For a quick refresher about program filing, read over the instructions on the Registrar's website.
  • Starting today, you are able to add Spring 2016 courses to your advance program if they are open-enrollment courses (i.e., if they do not have a maximum capacity noted in the online Directory of Courses).
  • As you add courses, pay attention to your “Comments and Reminders” box to see if there are extra steps to take in order to reserve your place in a particular course.
  • During the week of November 16, L-course sign-up will become available to you based on your class year: first-years will have appointment times to sign up for L-courses beginning on Thursday, November 19. Note: you can find information on L-course sign-up procedures here, and you can already see your personal L-course sign-up appointment times on your Spring 2016 myBarnard page. Remember to have a few back-up classes in mind in case spaces are not available by the time you are able to try to add L-courses (and remember that you will have another chance to try to enroll in them in January).
  • You must have a minimum of 12 points of credit on your advance program for Spring 2016.
  • If your advance program ultimately contains more than 18 credits, you will see a message that indicates that you will need your class dean's approval. This approval is required only during the final program filing period in January if you wish to maintain more than 18 credits on your Spring 2015 program.
  • The deadline to have a planned advance program on myBarnard, and to have your adviser's approval entered online, is MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23, AT 6:00 P.M. You are expected to meet with your adviser at least once before this filing deadline to discuss your plan for the spring semester. Make sure that you are aware of your adviser's schedule so that you meet in plenty of time to receive approval before the deadline.

Minggu, 29 Mei 2016

FAQ: Physical Education and dance technique classes for spring semester

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Title: FAQ: Physical Education and dance technique classes for spring semester
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If you are planning to take a Physical Education course in the spring semester, you will need to enter the P.E. lottery, which will take place at the beginning of the spring semester. Instructions for entering the lottery will be posted in January. Therefore, you cannot add a P.E. course to your advance program in November.

If you are planning to take a Dance technique course in the spring semester, you can sign up for the class during advance program planning period. Therefore, you can add a Dance technique course to your advance program in November. However, your enrollment in the course will not be confirmed until you attend the class during the first week of classes in January, where audition requirements or space requirements may need to be considered.

If you are planning to take a Physical Education course in the spring semester, you will need to enter the P.E. lottery, which will take place at the beginning of the spring semester. Instructions for entering the lottery will be posted in January. Therefore, you cannot add a P.E. course to your advance program in November.

If you are planning to take a Dance technique course in the spring semester, you can sign up for the class during advance program planning period. Therefore, you can add a Dance technique course to your advance program in November. However, your enrollment in the course will not be confirmed until you attend the class during the first week of classes in January, where audition requirements or space requirements may need to be considered.

If you are planning to take a Physical Education course in the spring semester, you will need to enter the P.E. lottery, which will take place at the beginning of the spring semester. Instructions for entering the lottery will be posted in January. Therefore, you cannot add a P.E. course to your advance program in November.

If you are planning to take a Dance technique course in the spring semester, you can sign up for the class during advance program planning period. Therefore, you can add a Dance technique course to your advance program in November. However, your enrollment in the course will not be confirmed until you attend the class during the first week of classes in January, where audition requirements or space requirements may need to be considered.

Jumat, 27 Mei 2016

Opportunity: Apply for College Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program (CSTEP)

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Title: Opportunity: Apply for College Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program (CSTEP)
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Opportunity:  Apply for College Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program (CSTEP)


An Invitation from the Collegiate Programs Office:


It gives us great pleasure to invite you to be a participant in the Barnard College Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program (CSTEP). Barnard CSTEP provides services that increase recruitment, retention and placement of eligible students in CSTEP-targeted (science, technology, engineering, and math – STEM) fields and the licensed professions. This is an opportunity for us to assist you in the investigation, preparation, and pursuit of your career interests and goals. It is an opportunity for you to: receive graduate school and career information; participate in activities that will enrich your college experience; and benefit from the additional resources provided by the CSTEP staff.


We've outlined many of the benefits of the program below:
  • Academic and career advising;
  • Tutoring for critical science gateway entry courses;
  • Workshops on subjects including but not limited to writing, study skills, critical thinking, resume development and interview techniques;
  • Funded internships, research and/or clinical opportunities, to give students hands-on experience and exposure to the professions and fields of their interest;
  • Opportunities to attend and/or participate in professional conferences; events featuring speakers from the licensed professions; networking opportunities;
  • Community-building social-events; and
  • Test preparation for graduate school exams (GRE, LSAT, MCAT and others). Test fees and preparation course fees are covered by the CSTEP scholars program. 
Interested in applying?
Barnard CSTEP Scholars must meet the following state-mandated criteria:
  • Be a U.S. citizen or Permanent Resident;
  • Be a New York State resident;
  • Be a member of a historically underrepresented group, per New York State Legislation: African American, Latino, Native American and/or Alaskan Native or economically disadvantaged and meet CSTEP-specific financial criteria; 
  • Have a G.P.A. of 2.85 or above and above and, 
  • Have and interest in careers in the STEM fields or any of the New York State Licenses Professions.

This is the 9th year of the CSTEP program at Barnard and we are very excited to extend this special invitation to you. Please visit us immediately for an application or any questions you may have about the program, The Collegiate Office is located in Room 001, Milbank Hall.

You can also click on our link for more information: http://barnard.edu/cstep.

Opportunity:  Apply for College Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program (CSTEP)


An Invitation from the Collegiate Programs Office:


It gives us great pleasure to invite you to be a participant in the Barnard College Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program (CSTEP). Barnard CSTEP provides services that increase recruitment, retention and placement of eligible students in CSTEP-targeted (science, technology, engineering, and math – STEM) fields and the licensed professions. This is an opportunity for us to assist you in the investigation, preparation, and pursuit of your career interests and goals. It is an opportunity for you to: receive graduate school and career information; participate in activities that will enrich your college experience; and benefit from the additional resources provided by the CSTEP staff.


We've outlined many of the benefits of the program below:
  • Academic and career advising;
  • Tutoring for critical science gateway entry courses;
  • Workshops on subjects including but not limited to writing, study skills, critical thinking, resume development and interview techniques;
  • Funded internships, research and/or clinical opportunities, to give students hands-on experience and exposure to the professions and fields of their interest;
  • Opportunities to attend and/or participate in professional conferences; events featuring speakers from the licensed professions; networking opportunities;
  • Community-building social-events; and
  • Test preparation for graduate school exams (GRE, LSAT, MCAT and others). Test fees and preparation course fees are covered by the CSTEP scholars program. 
Interested in applying?
Barnard CSTEP Scholars must meet the following state-mandated criteria:
  • Be a U.S. citizen or Permanent Resident;
  • Be a New York State resident;
  • Be a member of a historically underrepresented group, per New York State Legislation: African American, Latino, Native American and/or Alaskan Native or economically disadvantaged and meet CSTEP-specific financial criteria; 
  • Have a G.P.A. of 2.85 or above and above and, 
  • Have and interest in careers in the STEM fields or any of the New York State Licenses Professions.

This is the 9th year of the CSTEP program at Barnard and we are very excited to extend this special invitation to you. Please visit us immediately for an application or any questions you may have about the program, The Collegiate Office is located in Room 001, Milbank Hall.

You can also click on our link for more information: http://barnard.edu/cstep.

Opportunity:  Apply for College Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program (CSTEP)


An Invitation from the Collegiate Programs Office:


It gives us great pleasure to invite you to be a participant in the Barnard College Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program (CSTEP). Barnard CSTEP provides services that increase recruitment, retention and placement of eligible students in CSTEP-targeted (science, technology, engineering, and math – STEM) fields and the licensed professions. This is an opportunity for us to assist you in the investigation, preparation, and pursuit of your career interests and goals. It is an opportunity for you to: receive graduate school and career information; participate in activities that will enrich your college experience; and benefit from the additional resources provided by the CSTEP staff.


We've outlined many of the benefits of the program below:
  • Academic and career advising;
  • Tutoring for critical science gateway entry courses;
  • Workshops on subjects including but not limited to writing, study skills, critical thinking, resume development and interview techniques;
  • Funded internships, research and/or clinical opportunities, to give students hands-on experience and exposure to the professions and fields of their interest;
  • Opportunities to attend and/or participate in professional conferences; events featuring speakers from the licensed professions; networking opportunities;
  • Community-building social-events; and
  • Test preparation for graduate school exams (GRE, LSAT, MCAT and others). Test fees and preparation course fees are covered by the CSTEP scholars program. 
Interested in applying?
Barnard CSTEP Scholars must meet the following state-mandated criteria:
  • Be a U.S. citizen or Permanent Resident;
  • Be a New York State resident;
  • Be a member of a historically underrepresented group, per New York State Legislation: African American, Latino, Native American and/or Alaskan Native or economically disadvantaged and meet CSTEP-specific financial criteria; 
  • Have a G.P.A. of 2.85 or above and above and, 
  • Have and interest in careers in the STEM fields or any of the New York State Licenses Professions.

This is the 9th year of the CSTEP program at Barnard and we are very excited to extend this special invitation to you. Please visit us immediately for an application or any questions you may have about the program, The Collegiate Office is located in Room 001, Milbank Hall.

You can also click on our link for more information: http://barnard.edu/cstep.

Kamis, 26 Mei 2016

Your Spring Program: important lotteries this week for Spring 2016 classes

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Title: Your Spring Program: important lotteries this week for Spring 2016 classes
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Remember that the lotteries for Spring 2016 courses in the First-Year English program, the First-Year Seminar program, and the Psychology Department are now open.

Reminder:  if you are entering the lottery for both Psychology and FY English or Seminar, check for time conflicts before submitting your lottery selections -- make sure that none of your Psych selections conflict with any of your English/Seminar selections, or wait to enter the Psychology lottery until you have your English/Seminar lottery results.  Remember that you will not be able to change your English/Seminar class once you are placed in one.

For more information about each lottery, see the relevant post on the FY Blog:

First-Year English (course offerings and lottery instructions)

First-Year Seminar (course offerings and lottery instructions)

Psychology Department (lottery instructions and links to department information)

FAQs about fulfilling LAB requirement with Psychology courses


    via GIPHY

    Remember that the lotteries for Spring 2016 courses in the First-Year English program, the First-Year Seminar program, and the Psychology Department are now open.

    Reminder:  if you are entering the lottery for both Psychology and FY English or Seminar, check for time conflicts before submitting your lottery selections -- make sure that none of your Psych selections conflict with any of your English/Seminar selections, or wait to enter the Psychology lottery until you have your English/Seminar lottery results.  Remember that you will not be able to change your English/Seminar class once you are placed in one.

    For more information about each lottery, see the relevant post on the FY Blog:

    First-Year English (course offerings and lottery instructions)

    First-Year Seminar (course offerings and lottery instructions)

    Psychology Department (lottery instructions and links to department information)

    FAQs about fulfilling LAB requirement with Psychology courses


      via GIPHY

      Remember that the lotteries for Spring 2016 courses in the First-Year English program, the First-Year Seminar program, and the Psychology Department are now open.

      Reminder:  if you are entering the lottery for both Psychology and FY English or Seminar, check for time conflicts before submitting your lottery selections -- make sure that none of your Psych selections conflict with any of your English/Seminar selections, or wait to enter the Psychology lottery until you have your English/Seminar lottery results.  Remember that you will not be able to change your English/Seminar class once you are placed in one.

      For more information about each lottery, see the relevant post on the FY Blog:

      First-Year English (course offerings and lottery instructions)

      First-Year Seminar (course offerings and lottery instructions)

      Psychology Department (lottery instructions and links to department information)

      FAQs about fulfilling LAB requirement with Psychology courses

        Rabu, 25 Mei 2016

        FAQ: using Psychology laboratory classes for the LAB requirement

        2016 - Hello my friend Online Colledges, on this occasion I will be sharing about 2016, hopefully can increase your understanding of the articles that I have written above and can provide enough information. okelah, congratulations read article...

        Title: FAQ: using Psychology laboratory classes for the LAB requirement
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        As you know, the LAB requirement of the Nine Ways of Knowing must be fulfilled by taking two semesters of science courses that have attached laboratory sections, and the two semesters must be in the same science (e.g., two semesters of Biology with labs, two semesters of Environmental Science with labs). Lab courses are composed of at least two components: the lecture and the lab. (In some cases, the lab also has an additional required component called either a recitation or a lab lecture.) The lecture and lab typically must be taken concurrently, so students typically take two different semesters of lecture+lab (e.g., BIOL 1500 (lecture) + 1501 (lab) and then BIOL 1502 (lecture) + 1503 (lab), or EESC BC1001 (which includes both lecture and lab) and then EESC BC1002 (which includes both lecture and lab)).

        In the case of Psychology, the configuration of lectures and labs can be slightly different. All students who wish to take Psychology courses must begin with PSYC BC1001 Introduction to Psychology, unless they have AP or IB credit for the course. Until somewhat recently, students who wanted to take Psychology laboratory courses for the LAB requirement would need to take Intro to Psychology as a prerequisite for all other courses, and then take two semesters of the lecture+lab courses to fulfill the LAB, so that the LAB requirement often meant a three-semester commitment, with one lecture course, then two separate lecture+lab courses. It is still possible to fulfill the LAB requirement in this way.


        However, there is one lab that can be taken separately from the lecture component: PSYC BC1010 Introductory Laboratory in Experimental Psychology. This 1.5-credit lab can be taken concurrently with the Introduction to Psychology lecture to fulfill one semester of the LAB requirement; if students take PSYC BC1001 and PSYC BC1010 together, they would then take one more semester of a lecture+lab Psychology course to complete the LAB requirement. Alternatively, the PSYC 1010 lab can be taken at a later time than the lecture (and it is the only PSYC lab for which this is the case)--i.e., students can take PSYC BC1001 Intro to Psyc in one semester (or place out of it via AP or IB), and take PSYC BC1010 Introductory Laboratory in another semester, and the combination will still be considered one full semester of the LAB requirement. In that case, students would still have a three-semester commitment, but the amount of coursework required over those three semesters would be a bit lighter than in the past, with one lecture course, one stand-alone lab, and one lecture+lab course. Note: The Psychology Department does not allow students to take PSYC BC1010 lab if they have already taken another lab course in the department.


        Got Questions?If you have questions about the PSYC BC1010 Introductory Laboratory course or about other lecture+lab courses in the Psychology Department, or about fulfilling the LAB requirement with Psychology courses, please check the FAQs on the departmental website (http://psychology.barnard.edu/faqs),  visit the Psychology Department Office at 415Q Barnard Hall, or email the Department at psych@barnard.edu.

        As you know, the LAB requirement of the Nine Ways of Knowing must be fulfilled by taking two semesters of science courses that have attached laboratory sections, and the two semesters must be in the same science (e.g., two semesters of Biology with labs, two semesters of Environmental Science with labs). Lab courses are composed of at least two components: the lecture and the lab. (In some cases, the lab also has an additional required component called either a recitation or a lab lecture.) The lecture and lab typically must be taken concurrently, so students typically take two different semesters of lecture+lab (e.g., BIOL 1500 (lecture) + 1501 (lab) and then BIOL 1502 (lecture) + 1503 (lab), or EESC BC1001 (which includes both lecture and lab) and then EESC BC1002 (which includes both lecture and lab)).

        In the case of Psychology, the configuration of lectures and labs can be slightly different. All students who wish to take Psychology courses must begin with PSYC BC1001 Introduction to Psychology, unless they have AP or IB credit for the course. Until somewhat recently, students who wanted to take Psychology laboratory courses for the LAB requirement would need to take Intro to Psychology as a prerequisite for all other courses, and then take two semesters of the lecture+lab courses to fulfill the LAB, so that the LAB requirement often meant a three-semester commitment, with one lecture course, then two separate lecture+lab courses. It is still possible to fulfill the LAB requirement in this way.


        However, there is one lab that can be taken separately from the lecture component: PSYC BC1010 Introductory Laboratory in Experimental Psychology. This 1.5-credit lab can be taken concurrently with the Introduction to Psychology lecture to fulfill one semester of the LAB requirement; if students take PSYC BC1001 and PSYC BC1010 together, they would then take one more semester of a lecture+lab Psychology course to complete the LAB requirement. Alternatively, the PSYC 1010 lab can be taken at a later time than the lecture (and it is the only PSYC lab for which this is the case)--i.e., students can take PSYC BC1001 Intro to Psyc in one semester (or place out of it via AP or IB), and take PSYC BC1010 Introductory Laboratory in another semester, and the combination will still be considered one full semester of the LAB requirement. In that case, students would still have a three-semester commitment, but the amount of coursework required over those three semesters would be a bit lighter than in the past, with one lecture course, one stand-alone lab, and one lecture+lab course. Note: The Psychology Department does not allow students to take PSYC BC1010 lab if they have already taken another lab course in the department.


        Got Questions?If you have questions about the PSYC BC1010 Introductory Laboratory course or about other lecture+lab courses in the Psychology Department, or about fulfilling the LAB requirement with Psychology courses, please check the FAQs on the departmental website (http://psychology.barnard.edu/faqs),  visit the Psychology Department Office at 415Q Barnard Hall, or email the Department at psych@barnard.edu.

        As you know, the LAB requirement of the Nine Ways of Knowing must be fulfilled by taking two semesters of science courses that have attached laboratory sections, and the two semesters must be in the same science (e.g., two semesters of Biology with labs, two semesters of Environmental Science with labs). Lab courses are composed of at least two components: the lecture and the lab. (In some cases, the lab also has an additional required component called either a recitation or a lab lecture.) The lecture and lab typically must be taken concurrently, so students typically take two different semesters of lecture+lab (e.g., BIOL 1500 (lecture) + 1501 (lab) and then BIOL 1502 (lecture) + 1503 (lab), or EESC BC1001 (which includes both lecture and lab) and then EESC BC1002 (which includes both lecture and lab)).

        In the case of Psychology, the configuration of lectures and labs can be slightly different. All students who wish to take Psychology courses must begin with PSYC BC1001 Introduction to Psychology, unless they have AP or IB credit for the course. Until somewhat recently, students who wanted to take Psychology laboratory courses for the LAB requirement would need to take Intro to Psychology as a prerequisite for all other courses, and then take two semesters of the lecture+lab courses to fulfill the LAB, so that the LAB requirement often meant a three-semester commitment, with one lecture course, then two separate lecture+lab courses. It is still possible to fulfill the LAB requirement in this way.


        However, there is one lab that can be taken separately from the lecture component: PSYC BC1010 Introductory Laboratory in Experimental Psychology. This 1.5-credit lab can be taken concurrently with the Introduction to Psychology lecture to fulfill one semester of the LAB requirement; if students take PSYC BC1001 and PSYC BC1010 together, they would then take one more semester of a lecture+lab Psychology course to complete the LAB requirement. Alternatively, the PSYC 1010 lab can be taken at a later time than the lecture (and it is the only PSYC lab for which this is the case)--i.e., students can take PSYC BC1001 Intro to Psyc in one semester (or place out of it via AP or IB), and take PSYC BC1010 Introductory Laboratory in another semester, and the combination will still be considered one full semester of the LAB requirement. In that case, students would still have a three-semester commitment, but the amount of coursework required over those three semesters would be a bit lighter than in the past, with one lecture course, one stand-alone lab, and one lecture+lab course. Note: The Psychology Department does not allow students to take PSYC BC1010 lab if they have already taken another lab course in the department.


        Got Questions?If you have questions about the PSYC BC1010 Introductory Laboratory course or about other lecture+lab courses in the Psychology Department, or about fulfilling the LAB requirement with Psychology courses, please check the FAQs on the departmental website (http://psychology.barnard.edu/faqs),  visit the Psychology Department Office at 415Q Barnard Hall, or email the Department at psych@barnard.edu.

        Selasa, 24 Mei 2016

        Your Spring Program: lottery for PSYC lab and stats courses

        2016 - Hello my friend Online Colledges, on this occasion I will be sharing about 2016, hopefully can increase your understanding of the articles that I have written above and can provide enough information. okelah, congratulations read article...

        Title: Your Spring Program: lottery for PSYC lab and stats courses
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        2016

        If you hope to take a Psychology laboratory course or a Psychology statistics course next semester, you will need to enter the department's lottery.  Psychology lecture courses are open enrollment, and you sign up for them via the regular Advance Program Filing process (add them on myBarnard; get your adviser's approval).

        The Psychology lottery will begin on Thursday, November 5, at 12:00 a.m., and will close on Wednesday, November 11, at 11:00 p.m. You can enter the lottery through the "Psych Lab/Stat" link via the Academics tab on myBarnard (see screenshot below). There, you will find detailed instructions, which you should read carefully. You should also consult the Psychology Department website for information about fulfilling the LAB requirement with Psychology labs, as well as frequently asked questions about the Psychology lottery, and also read the post immediately following this one.

        The results of the Psychology lottery will be posted on Friday, November 13, outside of the Psychology Department (415Q Milbank). Number one question:  when will I find out if I'm getting into a class from the waiting list?  No new information will be available until the first week of classes in the spring semester.

        Once you have confirmed your placement in a lab or stats course, you are responsible for adding it to your myBarnard program before your adviser approves your advance program.

        Your Spring Program: lottery for PSYC lab and stats courses

        If you hope to take a Psychology laboratory course or a Psychology statistics course next semester, you will need to enter the department's lottery.  Psychology lecture courses are open enrollment, and you sign up for them via the regular Advance Program Filing process (add them on myBarnard; get your adviser's approval).

        The Psychology lottery will begin on Thursday, November 5, at 12:00 a.m., and will close on Wednesday, November 11, at 11:00 p.m. You can enter the lottery through the "Psych Lab/Stat" link via the Academics tab on myBarnard (see screenshot below). There, you will find detailed instructions, which you should read carefully. You should also consult the Psychology Department website for information about fulfilling the LAB requirement with Psychology labs, as well as frequently asked questions about the Psychology lottery, and also read the post immediately following this one.

        The results of the Psychology lottery will be posted on Friday, November 13, outside of the Psychology Department (415Q Milbank). Number one question:  when will I find out if I'm getting into a class from the waiting list?  No new information will be available until the first week of classes in the spring semester.

        Once you have confirmed your placement in a lab or stats course, you are responsible for adding it to your myBarnard program before your adviser approves your advance program.

        Your Spring Program: lottery for PSYC lab and stats courses

        If you hope to take a Psychology laboratory course or a Psychology statistics course next semester, you will need to enter the department's lottery.  Psychology lecture courses are open enrollment, and you sign up for them via the regular Advance Program Filing process (add them on myBarnard; get your adviser's approval).

        The Psychology lottery will begin on Thursday, November 5, at 12:00 a.m., and will close on Wednesday, November 11, at 11:00 p.m. You can enter the lottery through the "Psych Lab/Stat" link via the Academics tab on myBarnard (see screenshot below). There, you will find detailed instructions, which you should read carefully. You should also consult the Psychology Department website for information about fulfilling the LAB requirement with Psychology labs, as well as frequently asked questions about the Psychology lottery, and also read the post immediately following this one.

        The results of the Psychology lottery will be posted on Friday, November 13, outside of the Psychology Department (415Q Milbank). Number one question:  when will I find out if I'm getting into a class from the waiting list?  No new information will be available until the first week of classes in the spring semester.

        Once you have confirmed your placement in a lab or stats course, you are responsible for adding it to your myBarnard program before your adviser approves your advance program.

        Your Spring Program: lottery for PSYC lab and stats courses

        Senin, 23 Mei 2016

        Your Spring Program: Spring 2016 FY ENGLISH offerings

        2016 - Hello my friend Online Colledges, on this occasion I will be sharing about 2016, hopefully can increase your understanding of the articles that I have written above and can provide enough information. okelah, congratulations read article...

        Title: Your Spring Program: Spring 2016 FY ENGLISH offerings
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        The First-Year English lottery will be available from Wednesday, November 4 at 9:00 a.m. through Sunday, November 8 at 11:00 p.m.

        The list of First-Year English sections that will be offered in Spring 2016 is now available.
        Note:  Names of instructors for the various sections will not be available until later -- please select based on topic/time.

        The list of FY English sections with days, times, section numbers, and call numbers online in the Directory of Classes does not list the course topics.  You can view those here:

        Call Number Section Number Days Times Topic
        05989 Section 01 MW  8:40-9:55 Legacy of the Mediterranean
        07047 Section 02 MW  10:10-11:25 Women and Culture
        06266 Section 03 MW 11:40-12:55 Women and Culture
        07970 Section 04 MW 1:10-2:25 Legacy of the Mediterranean
        08599 Section 05 MW 1:10-2:25 Legacy of the Mediterranean
        03564 Section 06 MW 2:40-3:55 Legacy of the Mediterranean
        07753 Section 07 MW 2:40-3:55 Legacy of the Mediterranean
        00485 Section 08 MW 4:10-5:25 Legacy of the Mediterranean
        04730 Section 09 MW 10:10-11:25 Legacy of the Mediterranean
        02058 Section 10 MW 5:40-6:55 Women and Culture
        08189 Section 11 TTh 10:10-11:25 Legacy of the Mediterranean
        06252 Section 12 TTh 10:10-11:25 Women and Culture
        02446 Section 13 TTh 11:40-12:55 The Americas
        04318 Section 14 TTh 11:40-12:55 Legacy of the Mediterranean
        09315 Section 15 TTh 1:10-2:25 The Americas
        01623 Section 16 TTh 2:40-3:55 Legacy of the Mediterranean
        07335 Section 17 TTh 2:40-3:55 Women and Culture
        06055 Section 18 TTh 4:10-5:25 Women and Culture
        02276 Section 19 TTh 4:10-5:25 Legacy of the Mediterranean
        01337 Section 20 TTh 10:10-11:25 Women and Culture
        03204 Section 21 TTh 2:40-3:55 Women and Culture
        07569 Section 22 MW 2:40-3:55 Legacy of the Mediterranean

        You may enter the lottery by logging into your myBarnard account, going to the "Academics" tab and clicking on the "First-Year English lottery" link. (The First-Year Seminar lottery is in the same area of myBarnard, so be sure that you are entering the correct lottery.)

        Using the 5-digit call number for the relevant sections, you will be asked to submit your top five course choices, in order of preference. Please note that the lottery is not time-sensitive -- i.e., there is no priority given for earlier submissions over later submissions -- and that you have an equal chance of being placed into any of the four sections that you list among your preferences. 

        When making your selections, keep in mind:
        • Pick 5 courses you are definitely willing to take -- you may be placed in any one of your choices, and this placement cannot be changed.
        • Check your selections against any known time commitments (sports practices, work schedule, other required courses at Barnard, Columbia, JTS, or elsewhere).
        • If you are also entering the Psychology lottery, make sure that none of your Psychology selections conflict with any of your First-Year Foundation selections, or wait until you get your Psychology lottery results before entering the FY English lottery.
        Your First-Year English placement will be posted by Tuesday, November 10 at 12:00 p.m. You can look in the same area of myBarnard to find your assigned English section.  Don't forget to then use the 5-digit call number to add the course to your Spring 2016 program. Be sure that the English class appears on your advance program before your adviser submits her/his approval online.

        The First-Year English lottery will be available from Wednesday, November 4 at 9:00 a.m. through Sunday, November 8 at 11:00 p.m.

        The list of First-Year English sections that will be offered in Spring 2016 is now available.
        Note:  Names of instructors for the various sections will not be available until later -- please select based on topic/time.

        The list of FY English sections with days, times, section numbers, and call numbers online in the Directory of Classes does not list the course topics.  You can view those here:

        Call Number Section Number Days Times Topic
        05989 Section 01 MW  8:40-9:55 Legacy of the Mediterranean
        07047 Section 02 MW  10:10-11:25 Women and Culture
        06266 Section 03 MW 11:40-12:55 Women and Culture
        07970 Section 04 MW 1:10-2:25 Legacy of the Mediterranean
        08599 Section 05 MW 1:10-2:25 Legacy of the Mediterranean
        03564 Section 06 MW 2:40-3:55 Legacy of the Mediterranean
        07753 Section 07 MW 2:40-3:55 Legacy of the Mediterranean
        00485 Section 08 MW 4:10-5:25 Legacy of the Mediterranean
        04730 Section 09 MW 10:10-11:25 Legacy of the Mediterranean
        02058 Section 10 MW 5:40-6:55 Women and Culture
        08189 Section 11 TTh 10:10-11:25 Legacy of the Mediterranean
        06252 Section 12 TTh 10:10-11:25 Women and Culture
        02446 Section 13 TTh 11:40-12:55 The Americas
        04318 Section 14 TTh 11:40-12:55 Legacy of the Mediterranean
        09315 Section 15 TTh 1:10-2:25 The Americas
        01623 Section 16 TTh 2:40-3:55 Legacy of the Mediterranean
        07335 Section 17 TTh 2:40-3:55 Women and Culture
        06055 Section 18 TTh 4:10-5:25 Women and Culture
        02276 Section 19 TTh 4:10-5:25 Legacy of the Mediterranean
        01337 Section 20 TTh 10:10-11:25 Women and Culture
        03204 Section 21 TTh 2:40-3:55 Women and Culture
        07569 Section 22 MW 2:40-3:55 Legacy of the Mediterranean

        You may enter the lottery by logging into your myBarnard account, going to the "Academics" tab and clicking on the "First-Year English lottery" link. (The First-Year Seminar lottery is in the same area of myBarnard, so be sure that you are entering the correct lottery.)

        Using the 5-digit call number for the relevant sections, you will be asked to submit your top five course choices, in order of preference. Please note that the lottery is not time-sensitive -- i.e., there is no priority given for earlier submissions over later submissions -- and that you have an equal chance of being placed into any of the four sections that you list among your preferences. 

        When making your selections, keep in mind:
        • Pick 5 courses you are definitely willing to take -- you may be placed in any one of your choices, and this placement cannot be changed.
        • Check your selections against any known time commitments (sports practices, work schedule, other required courses at Barnard, Columbia, JTS, or elsewhere).
        • If you are also entering the Psychology lottery, make sure that none of your Psychology selections conflict with any of your First-Year Foundation selections, or wait until you get your Psychology lottery results before entering the FY English lottery.
        Your First-Year English placement will be posted by Tuesday, November 10 at 12:00 p.m. You can look in the same area of myBarnard to find your assigned English section.  Don't forget to then use the 5-digit call number to add the course to your Spring 2016 program. Be sure that the English class appears on your advance program before your adviser submits her/his approval online.

        The First-Year English lottery will be available from Wednesday, November 4 at 9:00 a.m. through Sunday, November 8 at 11:00 p.m.

        The list of First-Year English sections that will be offered in Spring 2016 is now available.
        Note:  Names of instructors for the various sections will not be available until later -- please select based on topic/time.

        The list of FY English sections with days, times, section numbers, and call numbers online in the Directory of Classes does not list the course topics.  You can view those here:

        Call Number Section Number Days Times Topic
        05989 Section 01 MW  8:40-9:55 Legacy of the Mediterranean
        07047 Section 02 MW  10:10-11:25 Women and Culture
        06266 Section 03 MW 11:40-12:55 Women and Culture
        07970 Section 04 MW 1:10-2:25 Legacy of the Mediterranean
        08599 Section 05 MW 1:10-2:25 Legacy of the Mediterranean
        03564 Section 06 MW 2:40-3:55 Legacy of the Mediterranean
        07753 Section 07 MW 2:40-3:55 Legacy of the Mediterranean
        00485 Section 08 MW 4:10-5:25 Legacy of the Mediterranean
        04730 Section 09 MW 10:10-11:25 Legacy of the Mediterranean
        02058 Section 10 MW 5:40-6:55 Women and Culture
        08189 Section 11 TTh 10:10-11:25 Legacy of the Mediterranean
        06252 Section 12 TTh 10:10-11:25 Women and Culture
        02446 Section 13 TTh 11:40-12:55 The Americas
        04318 Section 14 TTh 11:40-12:55 Legacy of the Mediterranean
        09315 Section 15 TTh 1:10-2:25 The Americas
        01623 Section 16 TTh 2:40-3:55 Legacy of the Mediterranean
        07335 Section 17 TTh 2:40-3:55 Women and Culture
        06055 Section 18 TTh 4:10-5:25 Women and Culture
        02276 Section 19 TTh 4:10-5:25 Legacy of the Mediterranean
        01337 Section 20 TTh 10:10-11:25 Women and Culture
        03204 Section 21 TTh 2:40-3:55 Women and Culture
        07569 Section 22 MW 2:40-3:55 Legacy of the Mediterranean

        You may enter the lottery by logging into your myBarnard account, going to the "Academics" tab and clicking on the "First-Year English lottery" link. (The First-Year Seminar lottery is in the same area of myBarnard, so be sure that you are entering the correct lottery.)

        Using the 5-digit call number for the relevant sections, you will be asked to submit your top five course choices, in order of preference. Please note that the lottery is not time-sensitive -- i.e., there is no priority given for earlier submissions over later submissions -- and that you have an equal chance of being placed into any of the four sections that you list among your preferences. 

        When making your selections, keep in mind:
        • Pick 5 courses you are definitely willing to take -- you may be placed in any one of your choices, and this placement cannot be changed.
        • Check your selections against any known time commitments (sports practices, work schedule, other required courses at Barnard, Columbia, JTS, or elsewhere).
        • If you are also entering the Psychology lottery, make sure that none of your Psychology selections conflict with any of your First-Year Foundation selections, or wait until you get your Psychology lottery results before entering the FY English lottery.
        Your First-Year English placement will be posted by Tuesday, November 10 at 12:00 p.m. You can look in the same area of myBarnard to find your assigned English section.  Don't forget to then use the 5-digit call number to add the course to your Spring 2016 program. Be sure that the English class appears on your advance program before your adviser submits her/his approval online.

        Minggu, 22 Mei 2016

        Your Spring Program: Spring 2016 FY SEMINAR offerings

        2016 - Hello my friend Online Colledges, on this occasion I will be sharing about 2016, hopefully can increase your understanding of the articles that I have written above and can provide enough information. okelah, congratulations read article...

        Title: Your Spring Program: Spring 2016 FY SEMINAR offerings
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        2016

        The First-Year Seminar lottery will be open from Wednesday, November 4 at 9:00 a.m. through Sunday, November 8 at 11:00 p.m.

        The list of First-Year Seminars that will be offered in Spring 2016 is now available.

        You can view a list of the Spring 2016 first-year seminar course titles, days, times, and descriptions (click on the section number for a description of a particular course) in the Columbia Directory of Classes.  To read through titles and descriptions more easily (but without day/time info), you can look at the online Barndard Course Catalogue under First-Year Seminar.
        Update: some descriptions were missing from online sources earlier this week (thanks to those who pointed this out!) -- they are now all available in the Barnard Course Catalogue or via this link.

        If you need to take First-Year Seminar in spring 2016, you must enter the lottery by logging into your myBarnard account, going to the "Academics" tab and clicking on "First-Year Seminar lottery" link. (The First-Year English lottery is in the same area of myBarnard, so please be sure that you are entering the correct lottery.)

        Using the 5-digit call number for each relevant seminar, you will be asked to submit your top five course choices, in order of preference. Please note that the lottery is not time-sensitive -- i.e., there is no priority given for earlier submissions over later submissions -- and that you have an equal chance of being placed into any of the five courses that you list as preferences.


        When making your selections, keep in mind:

        • Pick 5 courses you are definitely willing to take -- you may be placed in any one of your choices, and this placement cannot be changed.
        • Check your selections against any known time commitments (sports practices, work schedule, other required courses at Barnard, Columbia, JTS, or elsewhere).
        • If you are also entering the Psychology lottery, make sure that none of your Psychology selections conflict with any of your First-Year Foundation selections, or wait to get your Psychology lottery results before entering the FY Seminar lottery.
        Your First-Year Seminar placement will be posted by Tuesday, November 10, at 12:00 p.m. Look in the same area of myBarnard to find your assigned First-Year Seminar, then don't forget to use the 5-digit call number to add the course to your Spring 2016 program. Be sure that the seminar appears on your advance program before your adviser submits her/his approval online.

        The First-Year Seminar lottery will be open from Wednesday, November 4 at 9:00 a.m. through Sunday, November 8 at 11:00 p.m.

        The list of First-Year Seminars that will be offered in Spring 2016 is now available.

        You can view a list of the Spring 2016 first-year seminar course titles, days, times, and descriptions (click on the section number for a description of a particular course) in the Columbia Directory of Classes.  To read through titles and descriptions more easily (but without day/time info), you can look at the online Barndard Course Catalogue under First-Year Seminar.
        Update: some descriptions were missing from online sources earlier this week (thanks to those who pointed this out!) -- they are now all available in the Barnard Course Catalogue or via this link.

        If you need to take First-Year Seminar in spring 2016, you must enter the lottery by logging into your myBarnard account, going to the "Academics" tab and clicking on "First-Year Seminar lottery" link. (The First-Year English lottery is in the same area of myBarnard, so please be sure that you are entering the correct lottery.)

        Using the 5-digit call number for each relevant seminar, you will be asked to submit your top five course choices, in order of preference. Please note that the lottery is not time-sensitive -- i.e., there is no priority given for earlier submissions over later submissions -- and that you have an equal chance of being placed into any of the five courses that you list as preferences.


        When making your selections, keep in mind:

        • Pick 5 courses you are definitely willing to take -- you may be placed in any one of your choices, and this placement cannot be changed.
        • Check your selections against any known time commitments (sports practices, work schedule, other required courses at Barnard, Columbia, JTS, or elsewhere).
        • If you are also entering the Psychology lottery, make sure that none of your Psychology selections conflict with any of your First-Year Foundation selections, or wait to get your Psychology lottery results before entering the FY Seminar lottery.
        Your First-Year Seminar placement will be posted by Tuesday, November 10, at 12:00 p.m. Look in the same area of myBarnard to find your assigned First-Year Seminar, then don't forget to use the 5-digit call number to add the course to your Spring 2016 program. Be sure that the seminar appears on your advance program before your adviser submits her/his approval online.

        The First-Year Seminar lottery will be open from Wednesday, November 4 at 9:00 a.m. through Sunday, November 8 at 11:00 p.m.

        The list of First-Year Seminars that will be offered in Spring 2016 is now available.

        You can view a list of the Spring 2016 first-year seminar course titles, days, times, and descriptions (click on the section number for a description of a particular course) in the Columbia Directory of Classes.  To read through titles and descriptions more easily (but without day/time info), you can look at the online Barndard Course Catalogue under First-Year Seminar.
        Update: some descriptions were missing from online sources earlier this week (thanks to those who pointed this out!) -- they are now all available in the Barnard Course Catalogue or via this link.

        If you need to take First-Year Seminar in spring 2016, you must enter the lottery by logging into your myBarnard account, going to the "Academics" tab and clicking on "First-Year Seminar lottery" link. (The First-Year English lottery is in the same area of myBarnard, so please be sure that you are entering the correct lottery.)

        Using the 5-digit call number for each relevant seminar, you will be asked to submit your top five course choices, in order of preference. Please note that the lottery is not time-sensitive -- i.e., there is no priority given for earlier submissions over later submissions -- and that you have an equal chance of being placed into any of the five courses that you list as preferences.


        When making your selections, keep in mind:

        • Pick 5 courses you are definitely willing to take -- you may be placed in any one of your choices, and this placement cannot be changed.
        • Check your selections against any known time commitments (sports practices, work schedule, other required courses at Barnard, Columbia, JTS, or elsewhere).
        • If you are also entering the Psychology lottery, make sure that none of your Psychology selections conflict with any of your First-Year Foundation selections, or wait to get your Psychology lottery results before entering the FY Seminar lottery.
        Your First-Year Seminar placement will be posted by Tuesday, November 10, at 12:00 p.m. Look in the same area of myBarnard to find your assigned First-Year Seminar, then don't forget to use the 5-digit call number to add the course to your Spring 2016 program. Be sure that the seminar appears on your advance program before your adviser submits her/his approval online.

        Sabtu, 21 Mei 2016

        Opportunity: Women in Science @ Columbia Mentoring event -- applying to STEM Grad Schools

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        Title: Opportunity: Women in Science @ Columbia Mentoring event -- applying to STEM Grad Schools
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        Opportunity: Women in Science @ Columbia Mentoring event -- applying to STEM Grad Schools

        Opportunity: Women in Science @ Columbia Mentoring event -- applying to STEM Grad Schools

        Jumat, 20 Mei 2016

        Opportunity: Scholarships and Fellowships -- language study and peace studies

        2016 - Hello my friend Online Colledges, on this occasion I will be sharing about 2016, hopefully can increase your understanding of the articles that I have written above and can provide enough information. okelah, congratulations read article...

        Title: Opportunity: Scholarships and Fellowships -- language study and peace studies
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        CRITICAL LANGUAGE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
        A program of the United States Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, the Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) Program will offer intensive language institutes overseas in thirteen critical need foreign languages for summer 2016.  Languages are Arabic and Persian: advanced beginning, intermediate or advanced levels; Azerbaijani, Bangla/Bengali, Hindi, Indonesian, Korean, Punjabi, Turkish, and Urdu: beginning, intermediate, or advanced levels; and Chinese, Japanese, and Russian: intermediate or advanced levels.  For more information, please consult the website: http://clscholarship.org/

        DAVIS PROJECTS FOR PEACE
        Purpose: To enable students “to design their own grassroots projects for peace that they themselves will implement anywhere in the world during the summer of [2016].”
        Award: $10,000 per project.
        Deadline: Nominated proposals must be submitted to the Davis Foundation by February, 2016 (exact date TBA).
        Contact: Interested students should consult the website www.kwd100projectsforpeace.organd speak with Dean Runsdorf early in the fall semester.

        FOREIGN LANGUAGE AND AREA STUDIES (FLAS) FELLOWSHIPS
        Purpose: To provide “allocations of academic year and summer fellowships to institutions of higher education or consortia of institutions of higher education to assist meritorious undergraduate and graduate students undergoing training in modern foreign languages and related area or international studies.”
        Award: Summer FLAS fellowship tuition grant is up to $5000 and $2500 stipend for undergraduate and graduate students.
        Deadline: TBA, probably early March 2016.

        Contact: For more information and application, please see http://www2.ed.gov/programs/iegpsflasf/index.html




        CRITICAL LANGUAGE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
        A program of the United States Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, the Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) Program will offer intensive language institutes overseas in thirteen critical need foreign languages for summer 2016.  Languages are Arabic and Persian: advanced beginning, intermediate or advanced levels; Azerbaijani, Bangla/Bengali, Hindi, Indonesian, Korean, Punjabi, Turkish, and Urdu: beginning, intermediate, or advanced levels; and Chinese, Japanese, and Russian: intermediate or advanced levels.  For more information, please consult the website: http://clscholarship.org/

        DAVIS PROJECTS FOR PEACE
        Purpose: To enable students “to design their own grassroots projects for peace that they themselves will implement anywhere in the world during the summer of [2016].”
        Award: $10,000 per project.
        Deadline: Nominated proposals must be submitted to the Davis Foundation by February, 2016 (exact date TBA).
        Contact: Interested students should consult the website www.kwd100projectsforpeace.organd speak with Dean Runsdorf early in the fall semester.

        FOREIGN LANGUAGE AND AREA STUDIES (FLAS) FELLOWSHIPS
        Purpose: To provide “allocations of academic year and summer fellowships to institutions of higher education or consortia of institutions of higher education to assist meritorious undergraduate and graduate students undergoing training in modern foreign languages and related area or international studies.”
        Award: Summer FLAS fellowship tuition grant is up to $5000 and $2500 stipend for undergraduate and graduate students.
        Deadline: TBA, probably early March 2016.

        Contact: For more information and application, please see http://www2.ed.gov/programs/iegpsflasf/index.html




        CRITICAL LANGUAGE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
        A program of the United States Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, the Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) Program will offer intensive language institutes overseas in thirteen critical need foreign languages for summer 2016.  Languages are Arabic and Persian: advanced beginning, intermediate or advanced levels; Azerbaijani, Bangla/Bengali, Hindi, Indonesian, Korean, Punjabi, Turkish, and Urdu: beginning, intermediate, or advanced levels; and Chinese, Japanese, and Russian: intermediate or advanced levels.  For more information, please consult the website: http://clscholarship.org/

        DAVIS PROJECTS FOR PEACE
        Purpose: To enable students “to design their own grassroots projects for peace that they themselves will implement anywhere in the world during the summer of [2016].”
        Award: $10,000 per project.
        Deadline: Nominated proposals must be submitted to the Davis Foundation by February, 2016 (exact date TBA).
        Contact: Interested students should consult the website www.kwd100projectsforpeace.organd speak with Dean Runsdorf early in the fall semester.

        FOREIGN LANGUAGE AND AREA STUDIES (FLAS) FELLOWSHIPS
        Purpose: To provide “allocations of academic year and summer fellowships to institutions of higher education or consortia of institutions of higher education to assist meritorious undergraduate and graduate students undergoing training in modern foreign languages and related area or international studies.”
        Award: Summer FLAS fellowship tuition grant is up to $5000 and $2500 stipend for undergraduate and graduate students.
        Deadline: TBA, probably early March 2016.

        Contact: For more information and application, please see http://www2.ed.gov/programs/iegpsflasf/index.html

        Rabu, 18 Mei 2016

        Opportunity: Next Workshop for 1st Generation/Low Income Students: Personal Financial Basics

        2016 - Hello my friend Online Colledges, on this occasion I will be sharing about 2016, hopefully can increase your understanding of the articles that I have written above and can provide enough information. okelah, congratulations read article...

        Title: Opportunity: Next Workshop for 1st Generation/Low Income Students: Personal Financial Basics
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        As a reminder, The Office of Student Life and the Dean of Studies/ASEP are pleased to offer a series of workshops specifically for 1st Generation/Low-Income students.  These workshops are available to all Barnard students that identify as being First Generation/Low-Income students, so please share with your friends.
        Personal Financial Basics will take place next week Tuesday, October 27th from 6-7:30pm in Diana 502!

        Learn strategies and tips on saving money and setting a budget!!  



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        As a reminder, The Office of Student Life and the Dean of Studies/ASEP are pleased to offer a series of workshops specifically for 1st Generation/Low-Income students.  These workshops are available to all Barnard students that identify as being First Generation/Low-Income students, so please share with your friends.
        Personal Financial Basics will take place next week Tuesday, October 27th from 6-7:30pm in Diana 502!

        Learn strategies and tips on saving money and setting a budget!!  



        via GIPHY

        As a reminder, The Office of Student Life and the Dean of Studies/ASEP are pleased to offer a series of workshops specifically for 1st Generation/Low-Income students.  These workshops are available to all Barnard students that identify as being First Generation/Low-Income students, so please share with your friends.
        Personal Financial Basics will take place next week Tuesday, October 27th from 6-7:30pm in Diana 502!

        Learn strategies and tips on saving money and setting a budget!!  


        Selasa, 17 Mei 2016

        Your Spring Program: first steps in planning your spring semester

        2016 - Hello my friend Online Colledges, on this occasion I will be sharing about 2016, hopefully can increase your understanding of the articles that I have written above and can provide enough information. okelah, congratulations read article...

        Title: Your Spring Program: first steps in planning your spring semester
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        Above is a PDF of the PowerPoint presentation the First-Year Class Dean gave at the Program Planning meetings this week.

        Some additional resources to help you plan for this semester and next:

        1. Link to add the First-Year Deadlines Calendar to your gBear calendar and mobile device. Keep track of all upcoming deadlines -- don't forget to set reminders. 
        2. A checklist to keep track of your General Education Requirements (including the Nine Ways of Knowing) (Revisit this game from the summer for a fun way to remind yourself of the requirements)
        3. A schedule of the upcoming departmental program planning meetings (posted below, after the break).
        4. Keep watching the FY Blog for reminders of upcoming dates and deadlines, for further info on FY English & FY Seminar classes, and for reminders of procedures!



        Above is a PDF of the PowerPoint presentation the First-Year Class Dean gave at the Program Planning meetings this week.

        Some additional resources to help you plan for this semester and next:

        1. Link to add the First-Year Deadlines Calendar to your gBear calendar and mobile device. Keep track of all upcoming deadlines -- don't forget to set reminders. 
        2. A checklist to keep track of your General Education Requirements (including the Nine Ways of Knowing) (Revisit this game from the summer for a fun way to remind yourself of the requirements)
        3. A schedule of the upcoming departmental program planning meetings (posted below, after the break).
        4. Keep watching the FY Blog for reminders of upcoming dates and deadlines, for further info on FY English & FY Seminar classes, and for reminders of procedures!



        Above is a PDF of the PowerPoint presentation the First-Year Class Dean gave at the Program Planning meetings this week.

        Some additional resources to help you plan for this semester and next:

        1. Link to add the First-Year Deadlines Calendar to your gBear calendar and mobile device. Keep track of all upcoming deadlines -- don't forget to set reminders. 
        2. A checklist to keep track of your General Education Requirements (including the Nine Ways of Knowing) (Revisit this game from the summer for a fun way to remind yourself of the requirements)
        3. A schedule of the upcoming departmental program planning meetings (posted below, after the break).
        4. Keep watching the FY Blog for reminders of upcoming dates and deadlines, for further info on FY English & FY Seminar classes, and for reminders of procedures!

        Senin, 16 Mei 2016

        Opportunity: Thanksgiving Dinner with a Barnard Alumna

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        Title: Opportunity: Thanksgiving Dinner with a Barnard Alumna
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        Planning on spending Thanksgiving in NYC? Why not have Thanksgiving Dinner with a Barnard Alumna?

        Participate in the Student-Alumnae Thanksgiving Dinner, an exciting program that aims to foster genuine, mutually beneficial relationships between Barnard students and alumnae! More specifically, the program provides students with an opportunity to spend Thanksgiving with a Barnard alumna, in the event that they are not able to return to their own home to spend the holiday with their families.

        If interested, please fill out this Google Form (http://goo.gl/forms/wvlFN2A6Ui) by Friday, November 13.

        Questions? Contact Angela Beam at aab2221@barnard.edu



        Planning on spending Thanksgiving in NYC? Why not have Thanksgiving Dinner with a Barnard Alumna?

        Participate in the Student-Alumnae Thanksgiving Dinner, an exciting program that aims to foster genuine, mutually beneficial relationships between Barnard students and alumnae! More specifically, the program provides students with an opportunity to spend Thanksgiving with a Barnard alumna, in the event that they are not able to return to their own home to spend the holiday with their families.

        If interested, please fill out this Google Form (http://goo.gl/forms/wvlFN2A6Ui) by Friday, November 13.

        Questions? Contact Angela Beam at aab2221@barnard.edu



        Planning on spending Thanksgiving in NYC? Why not have Thanksgiving Dinner with a Barnard Alumna?

        Participate in the Student-Alumnae Thanksgiving Dinner, an exciting program that aims to foster genuine, mutually beneficial relationships between Barnard students and alumnae! More specifically, the program provides students with an opportunity to spend Thanksgiving with a Barnard alumna, in the event that they are not able to return to their own home to spend the holiday with their families.

        If interested, please fill out this Google Form (http://goo.gl/forms/wvlFN2A6Ui) by Friday, November 13.

        Questions? Contact Angela Beam at aab2221@barnard.edu

        Minggu, 15 Mei 2016

        Deadline/Opportunity: Intergroup Community Building Initiative -- Deadline THIS FRIDAY

        2016 - Hello my friend Online Colledges, on this occasion I will be sharing about 2016, hopefully can increase your understanding of the articles that I have written above and can provide enough information. okelah, congratulations read article...

        Title: Deadline/Opportunity: Intergroup Community Building Initiative -- Deadline THIS FRIDAY
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        Intergroup Community Building Initiative (ICBI)
        Deadline to Apply: THIS FRIDAY 10/23 at 5pm!

        Deadline/Opportunity: Intergroup Community Building Initiative -- Deadline THIS FRIDAY 1

        Are you a first year or sophomore who is looking to build real connections across different identities and make new friends?  

        Are you a still searching for a community where you can be yourself?

        Are you interested in gaining a new set of skills to have dialogues across difference?

        If you answered yes to these questions, the Intergroup Community Building Initiative (ICBI) is the perfect opportunity for you!  

        When: November 7th & 8th, 9 am-5 pm
        Where: On-campus
        Cost: FREE!  All meals will be included.
        If you have any questions or concerns, please email mee2009@columbia.edu.

        To be considered for this opportunity, please complete at tinyurl.com/ICBI2015.
        Applications are due: THIS FRIDAY, October 23rd at 5pmCheck us out on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1473820926275095/

        Intergroup Community Building Initiative (ICBI)
        Deadline to Apply: THIS FRIDAY 10/23 at 5pm!

        Deadline/Opportunity: Intergroup Community Building Initiative -- Deadline THIS FRIDAY 1

        Are you a first year or sophomore who is looking to build real connections across different identities and make new friends?  

        Are you a still searching for a community where you can be yourself?

        Are you interested in gaining a new set of skills to have dialogues across difference?

        If you answered yes to these questions, the Intergroup Community Building Initiative (ICBI) is the perfect opportunity for you!  

        When: November 7th & 8th, 9 am-5 pm
        Where: On-campus
        Cost: FREE!  All meals will be included.
        If you have any questions or concerns, please email mee2009@columbia.edu.

        To be considered for this opportunity, please complete at tinyurl.com/ICBI2015.
        Applications are due: THIS FRIDAY, October 23rd at 5pmCheck us out on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1473820926275095/

        Intergroup Community Building Initiative (ICBI)
        Deadline to Apply: THIS FRIDAY 10/23 at 5pm!

        Deadline/Opportunity: Intergroup Community Building Initiative -- Deadline THIS FRIDAY 1

        Are you a first year or sophomore who is looking to build real connections across different identities and make new friends?  

        Are you a still searching for a community where you can be yourself?

        Are you interested in gaining a new set of skills to have dialogues across difference?

        If you answered yes to these questions, the Intergroup Community Building Initiative (ICBI) is the perfect opportunity for you!  

        When: November 7th & 8th, 9 am-5 pm
        Where: On-campus
        Cost: FREE!  All meals will be included.
        If you have any questions or concerns, please email mee2009@columbia.edu.

        To be considered for this opportunity, please complete at tinyurl.com/ICBI2015.
        Applications are due: THIS FRIDAY, October 23rd at 5pmCheck us out on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1473820926275095/

        Sabtu, 14 Mei 2016

        Your Spring Program: Departmental Program Planning Meetings

        2016 - Hello my friend Online Colledges, on this occasion I will be sharing about 2016, hopefully can increase your understanding of the articles that I have written above and can provide enough information. okelah, congratulations read article...

        Title: Your Spring Program: Departmental Program Planning Meetings
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        Interested in a subject?
        Thinking of a possible major?
        Curious where to start?

        Departmental Program Planning Meetings are here to help!

        As of 10/22/2015, the following departments have scheduled meetings.
        Stay tuned for updates and additions


        Your Spring Program: Departmental Program Planning Meetings






        Interested in a subject?
        Thinking of a possible major?
        Curious where to start?

        Departmental Program Planning Meetings are here to help!

        As of 10/22/2015, the following departments have scheduled meetings.
        Stay tuned for updates and additions


        Your Spring Program: Departmental Program Planning Meetings






        Interested in a subject?
        Thinking of a possible major?
        Curious where to start?

        Departmental Program Planning Meetings are here to help!

        As of 10/22/2015, the following departments have scheduled meetings.
        Stay tuned for updates and additions


        Kamis, 12 Mei 2016

        Opportunity Clinton Global University University

        2016 - Hello my friend Online Colledges, on this occasion I will be sharing about 2016, hopefully can increase your understanding of the articles that I have written above and can provide enough information. okelah, congratulations read article...

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        Opportunity Clinton Global University University

        President Clinton will host the next meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U) at the University of California, Berkeley from Friday, April 1st - Sunday, April 3rd 2016. This meeting is free to attend and will bring together student leaders from around the world- to launch innovative Commitments to Action. Over $750,000 in funding is currently available for select CGI U 2016 attendees.

        To be considered for early acceptance and travel assistance to CGI U, students must apply online by Friday, October 16th 2015. The final application deadline is Tuesday, December 1st 2015. For more information, students can join us for weekly webinars throughout the fall.

        Opportunity Clinton Global University University

        President Clinton will host the next meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U) at the University of California, Berkeley from Friday, April 1st - Sunday, April 3rd 2016. This meeting is free to attend and will bring together student leaders from around the world- to launch innovative Commitments to Action. Over $750,000 in funding is currently available for select CGI U 2016 attendees.

        To be considered for early acceptance and travel assistance to CGI U, students must apply online by Friday, October 16th 2015. The final application deadline is Tuesday, December 1st 2015. For more information, students can join us for weekly webinars throughout the fall.

        Opportunity Clinton Global University University

        President Clinton will host the next meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U) at the University of California, Berkeley from Friday, April 1st - Sunday, April 3rd 2016. This meeting is free to attend and will bring together student leaders from around the world- to launch innovative Commitments to Action. Over $750,000 in funding is currently available for select CGI U 2016 attendees.

        To be considered for early acceptance and travel assistance to CGI U, students must apply online by Friday, October 16th 2015. The final application deadline is Tuesday, December 1st 2015. For more information, students can join us for weekly webinars throughout the fall.

        Rabu, 11 Mei 2016

        Advising: mark your calendars!

        2016 - Hello my friend Online Colledges, on this occasion I will be sharing about 2016, hopefully can increase your understanding of the articles that I have written above and can provide enough information. okelah, congratulations read article...

        Title: Advising: mark your calendars!
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        Advising: mark your calendars 1

        Although you're just now getting through your first big assignments and midterms, it will be no time at all before you'll need to think about your plan for next semester. Don't worry: you still have a few weeks before you need to give it too much thought, but you'll want to have a sense of what will be happening and when.

        The First-Year Class Dean will be holding three general "program planning meetings" for all first-year students. At the meetings, you'll learn important information about the timeline for the remainder of the semester, including the process and procedures for advance program planning for the spring semester (e.g., upcoming deadlines, lottery sign-ups, course enrollment, departmental program meetings). You'll also learn more about procedures and policies that may be relevant to this semester (e.g., the pass/d/fail policy, the course withdrawal procedure, policies and procedures regarding final exams).


        These program planning meetings will be on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, October 19, 20, and 21, 5:30-6:30 p.m., locations TBA. All first-years are required to attend one of these sessions.

        Advising: mark your calendars 1

        Although you're just now getting through your first big assignments and midterms, it will be no time at all before you'll need to think about your plan for next semester. Don't worry: you still have a few weeks before you need to give it too much thought, but you'll want to have a sense of what will be happening and when.

        The First-Year Class Dean will be holding three general "program planning meetings" for all first-year students. At the meetings, you'll learn important information about the timeline for the remainder of the semester, including the process and procedures for advance program planning for the spring semester (e.g., upcoming deadlines, lottery sign-ups, course enrollment, departmental program meetings). You'll also learn more about procedures and policies that may be relevant to this semester (e.g., the pass/d/fail policy, the course withdrawal procedure, policies and procedures regarding final exams).


        These program planning meetings will be on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, October 19, 20, and 21, 5:30-6:30 p.m., locations TBA. All first-years are required to attend one of these sessions.

        Advising: mark your calendars 1

        Although you're just now getting through your first big assignments and midterms, it will be no time at all before you'll need to think about your plan for next semester. Don't worry: you still have a few weeks before you need to give it too much thought, but you'll want to have a sense of what will be happening and when.

        The First-Year Class Dean will be holding three general "program planning meetings" for all first-year students. At the meetings, you'll learn important information about the timeline for the remainder of the semester, including the process and procedures for advance program planning for the spring semester (e.g., upcoming deadlines, lottery sign-ups, course enrollment, departmental program meetings). You'll also learn more about procedures and policies that may be relevant to this semester (e.g., the pass/d/fail policy, the course withdrawal procedure, policies and procedures regarding final exams).


        These program planning meetings will be on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, October 19, 20, and 21, 5:30-6:30 p.m., locations TBA. All first-years are required to attend one of these sessions.

        Selasa, 10 Mei 2016

        Opportunity: Intergroup Community Building Initiative

        2016 - Hello my friend Online Colledges, on this occasion I will be sharing about 2016, hopefully can increase your understanding of the articles that I have written above and can provide enough information. okelah, congratulations read article...

        Title: Opportunity: Intergroup Community Building Initiative
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        Opportunity: Intergroup Community Building Initiative 1


        Are you a first year or sophomore who is looking to build real connections across different identity communities, make new friendships, and become engaged in a community that values diversity in all of its forms?

        Are you a new student who is still searching for a community where you can be yourself?

        Are you interested in gaining a new set of tools and experiences that will enrich your campus experience?

        If you answered yes to any of these questions, the Intergroup Community Building Initiative (ICBI) is the perfect opportunity for you!

        When: November 7th & 8th, 9 am-5 pm

        Where: On-campus

        Cost: FREE! All meals will be included.

        If you have any questions or concerns, please email mee2009@columbia.edu.

        To be considered for this opportunity, please complete the application at tinyurl.com/ICBI2015.
        Applications are due: Friday, October 23rd at 5pm

        Opportunity: Intergroup Community Building Initiative 1


        Are you a first year or sophomore who is looking to build real connections across different identity communities, make new friendships, and become engaged in a community that values diversity in all of its forms?

        Are you a new student who is still searching for a community where you can be yourself?

        Are you interested in gaining a new set of tools and experiences that will enrich your campus experience?

        If you answered yes to any of these questions, the Intergroup Community Building Initiative (ICBI) is the perfect opportunity for you!

        When: November 7th & 8th, 9 am-5 pm

        Where: On-campus

        Cost: FREE! All meals will be included.

        If you have any questions or concerns, please email mee2009@columbia.edu.

        To be considered for this opportunity, please complete the application at tinyurl.com/ICBI2015.
        Applications are due: Friday, October 23rd at 5pm

        Opportunity: Intergroup Community Building Initiative 1


        Are you a first year or sophomore who is looking to build real connections across different identity communities, make new friendships, and become engaged in a community that values diversity in all of its forms?

        Are you a new student who is still searching for a community where you can be yourself?

        Are you interested in gaining a new set of tools and experiences that will enrich your campus experience?

        If you answered yes to any of these questions, the Intergroup Community Building Initiative (ICBI) is the perfect opportunity for you!

        When: November 7th & 8th, 9 am-5 pm

        Where: On-campus

        Cost: FREE! All meals will be included.

        If you have any questions or concerns, please email mee2009@columbia.edu.

        To be considered for this opportunity, please complete the application at tinyurl.com/ICBI2015.
        Applications are due: Friday, October 23rd at 5pm

        Senin, 09 Mei 2016

        More Study Abroad Info: Study Abroad Fair FRIDAY

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        Title: More Study Abroad Info: Study Abroad Fair FRIDAY
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        More Study Abroad Info:  Study Abroad Fair FRIDAY


        Speak with returning students and representatives from many of Barnard’s approved programs at this annual event.

        Fri, Oct 9          

        12:30-3:30 pm

        Roone Arledge Auditorium, Lerner Hall (Columbia)

        Sponsored by Columbia's Office of Global Programs & Fellowships with Barnard's Office of International and Intercultural Student Programs

        More Study Abroad Info:  Study Abroad Fair FRIDAY


        Speak with returning students and representatives from many of Barnard’s approved programs at this annual event.

        Fri, Oct 9          

        12:30-3:30 pm

        Roone Arledge Auditorium, Lerner Hall (Columbia)

        Sponsored by Columbia's Office of Global Programs & Fellowships with Barnard's Office of International and Intercultural Student Programs

        More Study Abroad Info:  Study Abroad Fair FRIDAY


        Speak with returning students and representatives from many of Barnard’s approved programs at this annual event.

        Fri, Oct 9          

        12:30-3:30 pm

        Roone Arledge Auditorium, Lerner Hall (Columbia)

        Sponsored by Columbia's Office of Global Programs & Fellowships with Barnard's Office of International and Intercultural Student Programs

        Minggu, 08 Mei 2016

        DEADLINE: for dropping a course

        2016 - Hello my friend Online Colledges, on this occasion I will be sharing about 2016, hopefully can increase your understanding of the articles that I have written above and can provide enough information. okelah, congratulations read article...

        Title: DEADLINE: for dropping a course
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        The deadline to drop a course from your Fall 2015 program is next Tuesday, October 13 at 4:30 p.m.

        You can not do this online.  To drop a course from your current program, you must pick up a drop form from the Registrar's office (107 Milbank), complete it, have your adviser sign it, then submit it back to the Registrar's office. The course will then be removed completely from your Fall 2015 program.

        If you are considering the idea of dropping a course, talk to your adviser and/or your class dean before making the decision, to ensure that you've considered all of your options. Also, remember that you must be working toward the completion of at least 12 points of credit this semester; if dropping a course would leave you with less than 12 credits and yet seems like your only option, you must see the First-Year Class Dean for special permission, which is given only in extraordinary circumstances.

        Note: The deadlines for declaring the "pass/d/fail option" for a course or for withdrawing from a course (which is different from dropping because the course stays on your transcript) are much later in the semester, and the FY Class Dean will go over those policies and procedures at the program planning meetings in mid-October.

        The deadline to drop a course from your Fall 2015 program is next Tuesday, October 13 at 4:30 p.m.

        You can not do this online.  To drop a course from your current program, you must pick up a drop form from the Registrar's office (107 Milbank), complete it, have your adviser sign it, then submit it back to the Registrar's office. The course will then be removed completely from your Fall 2015 program.

        If you are considering the idea of dropping a course, talk to your adviser and/or your class dean before making the decision, to ensure that you've considered all of your options. Also, remember that you must be working toward the completion of at least 12 points of credit this semester; if dropping a course would leave you with less than 12 credits and yet seems like your only option, you must see the First-Year Class Dean for special permission, which is given only in extraordinary circumstances.

        Note: The deadlines for declaring the "pass/d/fail option" for a course or for withdrawing from a course (which is different from dropping because the course stays on your transcript) are much later in the semester, and the FY Class Dean will go over those policies and procedures at the program planning meetings in mid-October.

        The deadline to drop a course from your Fall 2015 program is next Tuesday, October 13 at 4:30 p.m.

        You can not do this online.  To drop a course from your current program, you must pick up a drop form from the Registrar's office (107 Milbank), complete it, have your adviser sign it, then submit it back to the Registrar's office. The course will then be removed completely from your Fall 2015 program.

        If you are considering the idea of dropping a course, talk to your adviser and/or your class dean before making the decision, to ensure that you've considered all of your options. Also, remember that you must be working toward the completion of at least 12 points of credit this semester; if dropping a course would leave you with less than 12 credits and yet seems like your only option, you must see the First-Year Class Dean for special permission, which is given only in extraordinary circumstances.

        Note: The deadlines for declaring the "pass/d/fail option" for a course or for withdrawing from a course (which is different from dropping because the course stays on your transcript) are much later in the semester, and the FY Class Dean will go over those policies and procedures at the program planning meetings in mid-October.

        Sabtu, 07 Mei 2016

        Opportunity: finding clubs and organizations

        2016 - Hello my friend Online Colledges, on this occasion I will be sharing about 2016, hopefully can increase your understanding of the articles that I have written above and can provide enough information. okelah, congratulations read article...

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        Opportunity: finding clubs and organizations

        The club fairs came and went awfully fast at the beginning of the semester! If you weren't able to visit the booths and sign up for email list-servs, you can still find some information about the many, many clubs and organizations at Barnard and Columbia. Look over these lists, and don't hesitate to send an email to the general email address for the club or to the personal representative of the club. They'd love to know that you're interested!


        Opportunity: finding clubs and organizations

        The club fairs came and went awfully fast at the beginning of the semester! If you weren't able to visit the booths and sign up for email list-servs, you can still find some information about the many, many clubs and organizations at Barnard and Columbia. Look over these lists, and don't hesitate to send an email to the general email address for the club or to the personal representative of the club. They'd love to know that you're interested!


        Opportunity: finding clubs and organizations

        The club fairs came and went awfully fast at the beginning of the semester! If you weren't able to visit the booths and sign up for email list-servs, you can still find some information about the many, many clubs and organizations at Barnard and Columbia. Look over these lists, and don't hesitate to send an email to the general email address for the club or to the personal representative of the club. They'd love to know that you're interested!


        Jumat, 06 Mei 2016

        Advising: general information on studying abroad

        2016 - Hello my friend Online Colledges, on this occasion I will be sharing about 2016, hopefully can increase your understanding of the articles that I have written above and can provide enough information. okelah, congratulations read article...

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        2016

        Advising: general information on studying abroad 1














        Thinking about Study Abroad? Learn more at these events this Fall!

        Study Abroad Information Sessions

        THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2015
        214 Milbank, 1 – 2 pm

        MONDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2015
        214 Milbank; 12:15 – 1 pm

        TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2015
        225 Milbank; 12:15 – 1 pm

        WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2015
        318 Milbank; 1 – 2 pm

        MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, 2015
        327 Milbank; 12:15 – 1 pm


        Study Abroad Fair
        Speak with returning students and representatives from many of Barnard’s approved programs at this annual event.
        Fri, Oct 9
        12:30-3:30 pm
        Roone Arledge Auditorium, Lerner Hall (Columbia)

        Sponsored by Columbia's Office of Global Programs & Fellowships with Barnard's Office of International and Intercultural Student Programs
        All study abroad events can be found at:
        http://barnard.edu/global/study-abroad/calendar

        Advising: general information on studying abroad 1














        Thinking about Study Abroad? Learn more at these events this Fall!

        Study Abroad Information Sessions

        THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2015
        214 Milbank, 1 – 2 pm

        MONDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2015
        214 Milbank; 12:15 – 1 pm

        TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2015
        225 Milbank; 12:15 – 1 pm

        WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2015
        318 Milbank; 1 – 2 pm

        MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, 2015
        327 Milbank; 12:15 – 1 pm


        Study Abroad Fair
        Speak with returning students and representatives from many of Barnard’s approved programs at this annual event.
        Fri, Oct 9
        12:30-3:30 pm
        Roone Arledge Auditorium, Lerner Hall (Columbia)

        Sponsored by Columbia's Office of Global Programs & Fellowships with Barnard's Office of International and Intercultural Student Programs
        All study abroad events can be found at:
        http://barnard.edu/global/study-abroad/calendar

        Advising: general information on studying abroad 1














        Thinking about Study Abroad? Learn more at these events this Fall!

        Study Abroad Information Sessions

        THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2015
        214 Milbank, 1 – 2 pm

        MONDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2015
        214 Milbank; 12:15 – 1 pm

        TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2015
        225 Milbank; 12:15 – 1 pm

        WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2015
        318 Milbank; 1 – 2 pm

        MONDAY, DECEMBER 7, 2015
        327 Milbank; 12:15 – 1 pm


        Study Abroad Fair
        Speak with returning students and representatives from many of Barnard’s approved programs at this annual event.
        Fri, Oct 9
        12:30-3:30 pm
        Roone Arledge Auditorium, Lerner Hall (Columbia)

        Sponsored by Columbia's Office of Global Programs & Fellowships with Barnard's Office of International and Intercultural Student Programs
        All study abroad events can be found at:
        http://barnard.edu/global/study-abroad/calendar

        Kamis, 05 Mei 2016

        Vote in SGA elections this week!

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        A message from SGA:

        Class of 2019, get out the vote! Wouldn't it be nice to set a record for being the first-year class with the highest percentage of voter turnout? Encourage all your friends to vote starting this Monday, September 21st, 9am. Voting ends Friday, September 25th @ 12:00 noon, with results announced at 5:00pm. 

        To vote, please visit the "On Campus" box on the right of this page: https://my.barnard.edu/CampusLife/Pages/Main.aspx), where you will find platforms and the ballot.

        A message from SGA:

        Class of 2019, get out the vote! Wouldn't it be nice to set a record for being the first-year class with the highest percentage of voter turnout? Encourage all your friends to vote starting this Monday, September 21st, 9am. Voting ends Friday, September 25th @ 12:00 noon, with results announced at 5:00pm. 

        To vote, please visit the "On Campus" box on the right of this page: https://my.barnard.edu/CampusLife/Pages/Main.aspx), where you will find platforms and the ballot.

        A message from SGA:

        Class of 2019, get out the vote! Wouldn't it be nice to set a record for being the first-year class with the highest percentage of voter turnout? Encourage all your friends to vote starting this Monday, September 21st, 9am. Voting ends Friday, September 25th @ 12:00 noon, with results announced at 5:00pm. 

        To vote, please visit the "On Campus" box on the right of this page: https://my.barnard.edu/CampusLife/Pages/Main.aspx), where you will find platforms and the ballot.

        Rabu, 04 Mei 2016

        Opportunity: Upcoming Info Sessions About Prestigious Scholarships

        2016 - Hello my friend Online Colledges, on this occasion I will be sharing about 2016, hopefully can increase your understanding of the articles that I have written above and can provide enough information. okelah, congratulations read article...

        Title: Opportunity: Upcoming Info Sessions About Prestigious Scholarships
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        As you're exploring your options for college and beyond, you may be thinking about graduate school sometime in the future.  Attend an upcoming info session to learn more about future opportunities and how to be a compelling applicant when the time comes:

        Gates-Cambridge (Thursday, September 24, 5:30-6:30, 207 Milbank)

        Gates Cambridge Scholarships are highly competitive, prestigious full-cost scholarships available for all citizens (except those from the UK) to pursue a post-graduate degree in any subject available to study at the University of Cambridge.  The Scholarship programme was established in 2000 by a donation of $210 million from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation with the aim to build “a global network of future leaders committed to improving the lives of others.”

        Soros Fellowship for New Americans (Monday, September 28, 12-1, 202 Milbank)

        Every year, the Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans awards thirty Fellowships to immigrants, and the children of immigrants, who are pursuing graduate education in the United States. Each award is worth up to $90,000 (up to $25,000/year stipend; up to $20,000/year tuition support). Awards support up to two years of full-time graduate study in any field, including the visual and performing arts, and at any graduate degree-granting institution in the United States, with the exception of online programs. In addition to funding, Fellows join a community of over 500 New Americans with family origins in over 75 different countries.

        As you're exploring your options for college and beyond, you may be thinking about graduate school sometime in the future.  Attend an upcoming info session to learn more about future opportunities and how to be a compelling applicant when the time comes:

        Gates-Cambridge (Thursday, September 24, 5:30-6:30, 207 Milbank)

        Gates Cambridge Scholarships are highly competitive, prestigious full-cost scholarships available for all citizens (except those from the UK) to pursue a post-graduate degree in any subject available to study at the University of Cambridge.  The Scholarship programme was established in 2000 by a donation of $210 million from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation with the aim to build “a global network of future leaders committed to improving the lives of others.”

        Soros Fellowship for New Americans (Monday, September 28, 12-1, 202 Milbank)

        Every year, the Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans awards thirty Fellowships to immigrants, and the children of immigrants, who are pursuing graduate education in the United States. Each award is worth up to $90,000 (up to $25,000/year stipend; up to $20,000/year tuition support). Awards support up to two years of full-time graduate study in any field, including the visual and performing arts, and at any graduate degree-granting institution in the United States, with the exception of online programs. In addition to funding, Fellows join a community of over 500 New Americans with family origins in over 75 different countries.

        As you're exploring your options for college and beyond, you may be thinking about graduate school sometime in the future.  Attend an upcoming info session to learn more about future opportunities and how to be a compelling applicant when the time comes:

        Gates-Cambridge (Thursday, September 24, 5:30-6:30, 207 Milbank)

        Gates Cambridge Scholarships are highly competitive, prestigious full-cost scholarships available for all citizens (except those from the UK) to pursue a post-graduate degree in any subject available to study at the University of Cambridge.  The Scholarship programme was established in 2000 by a donation of $210 million from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation with the aim to build “a global network of future leaders committed to improving the lives of others.”

        Soros Fellowship for New Americans (Monday, September 28, 12-1, 202 Milbank)

        Every year, the Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans awards thirty Fellowships to immigrants, and the children of immigrants, who are pursuing graduate education in the United States. Each award is worth up to $90,000 (up to $25,000/year stipend; up to $20,000/year tuition support). Awards support up to two years of full-time graduate study in any field, including the visual and performing arts, and at any graduate degree-granting institution in the United States, with the exception of online programs. In addition to funding, Fellows join a community of over 500 New Americans with family origins in over 75 different countries.

        Selasa, 03 Mei 2016

        Resource: Introducing Help Rooms to Support Your Academic Success

        2016 - Hello my friend Online Colledges, on this occasion I will be sharing about 2016, hopefully can increase your understanding of the articles that I have written above and can provide enough information. okelah, congratulations read article...

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        via GIPHY

        Why study alone when Peer-Led Help Rooms are here for you?
        Watch this space for updates!  Help Rooms currently available are below, with links to departmental websites if they have more info there.  

        NEW!! Biology 1500s Help Room NEW!!
        Lehman 421
        Wednesdays and Sundays 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

        General Chemistry I Help Room
        805 Altschul -- note new location
        Thursdays 8 - 10 p.m.
        Sundays 2 - 4 p.m. -- additional day!

        Organic Chemistry II Help Room
        303 Altschul
        Wednesdays 7 - 9 p.m.
        Thursdays 5 - 7 p.m.

        Quantum Chemistry Help Room
        805 Altschul
        Tuesdays 8 - 10 p.m.

        Barnard Computer Science Help Room
        Millbank 222


        Monday 8 - 10 p.m.
        Tuesday 8 - 10 p.m.
        Wednesday 6 - 8 p.m.
        Friday 4 - 5 p.m.
        Barnard Economics Help Room
        Sulzberger Annex 102
        Sunday through Wednesday, 7 - 9 p.m.

        Math Help Room (College Algebra and Calculus I, II, & III)
        Milbank 333
        Monday through Thursday, 10 a.m. - 10 p.m. (6-10 p.m. staffed by Barnard students)
        Friday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

        Math Help Room (Other Math Classes)
        406 Mathematics
        Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
        Friday 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

        Physics Help Room
        514 Altschul
        Monday 7 - 9 p.m.
        Wednesday 7 - 9 p.m.

        Statistics Help Room (for STAT W1001, W1111, and W1211)
        Monday 4:00 – 7:00 in Room 1025 SSW Building
        Tuesday 5:30 – 8:00 in Room 1025 SSW Building
        Wednesday 4:00 – 7:00 in Room 903 SSW Building
        Thursday 5:30 – 8:00 in Room 1025 SSW Building
        Sunday 1:00 – 4:00 in Room 1025 SSW Building

        Need more individualized peer-to-peer learning (i.e. tutoring)?  Stay tuned for more information on free small-group tutoring available for all Barnard students.  Email peertopeer@barnard.edu for more info, and in the meantime, we invite and highly encourage you to attend a workshop on:  "Getting the Most Out of the Tutoring Experience."  Upcoming workshops are listed below.

        Mon. 9/28, 10:00-11:00 a.m., 407 BAR
        Tue. 9/29, 3:00-4:00 p.m., 306 MIL

        Please select one and RSVP to peertopeer@barnard.edu.



        via GIPHY

        Why study alone when Peer-Led Help Rooms are here for you?
        Watch this space for updates!  Help Rooms currently available are below, with links to departmental websites if they have more info there.  

        NEW!! Biology 1500s Help Room NEW!!
        Lehman 421
        Wednesdays and Sundays 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

        General Chemistry I Help Room
        805 Altschul -- note new location
        Thursdays 8 - 10 p.m.
        Sundays 2 - 4 p.m. -- additional day!

        Organic Chemistry II Help Room
        303 Altschul
        Wednesdays 7 - 9 p.m.
        Thursdays 5 - 7 p.m.

        Quantum Chemistry Help Room
        805 Altschul
        Tuesdays 8 - 10 p.m.

        Barnard Computer Science Help Room
        Millbank 222


        Monday 8 - 10 p.m.
        Tuesday 8 - 10 p.m.
        Wednesday 6 - 8 p.m.
        Friday 4 - 5 p.m.
        Barnard Economics Help Room
        Sulzberger Annex 102
        Sunday through Wednesday, 7 - 9 p.m.

        Math Help Room (College Algebra and Calculus I, II, & III)
        Milbank 333
        Monday through Thursday, 10 a.m. - 10 p.m. (6-10 p.m. staffed by Barnard students)
        Friday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

        Math Help Room (Other Math Classes)
        406 Mathematics
        Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
        Friday 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

        Physics Help Room
        514 Altschul
        Monday 7 - 9 p.m.
        Wednesday 7 - 9 p.m.

        Statistics Help Room (for STAT W1001, W1111, and W1211)
        Monday 4:00 – 7:00 in Room 1025 SSW Building
        Tuesday 5:30 – 8:00 in Room 1025 SSW Building
        Wednesday 4:00 – 7:00 in Room 903 SSW Building
        Thursday 5:30 – 8:00 in Room 1025 SSW Building
        Sunday 1:00 – 4:00 in Room 1025 SSW Building

        Need more individualized peer-to-peer learning (i.e. tutoring)?  Stay tuned for more information on free small-group tutoring available for all Barnard students.  Email peertopeer@barnard.edu for more info, and in the meantime, we invite and highly encourage you to attend a workshop on:  "Getting the Most Out of the Tutoring Experience."  Upcoming workshops are listed below.

        Mon. 9/28, 10:00-11:00 a.m., 407 BAR
        Tue. 9/29, 3:00-4:00 p.m., 306 MIL

        Please select one and RSVP to peertopeer@barnard.edu.



        via GIPHY

        Why study alone when Peer-Led Help Rooms are here for you?
        Watch this space for updates!  Help Rooms currently available are below, with links to departmental websites if they have more info there.  

        NEW!! Biology 1500s Help Room NEW!!
        Lehman 421
        Wednesdays and Sundays 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

        General Chemistry I Help Room
        805 Altschul -- note new location
        Thursdays 8 - 10 p.m.
        Sundays 2 - 4 p.m. -- additional day!

        Organic Chemistry II Help Room
        303 Altschul
        Wednesdays 7 - 9 p.m.
        Thursdays 5 - 7 p.m.

        Quantum Chemistry Help Room
        805 Altschul
        Tuesdays 8 - 10 p.m.

        Barnard Computer Science Help Room
        Millbank 222


        Monday 8 - 10 p.m.
        Tuesday 8 - 10 p.m.
        Wednesday 6 - 8 p.m.
        Friday 4 - 5 p.m.
        Barnard Economics Help Room
        Sulzberger Annex 102
        Sunday through Wednesday, 7 - 9 p.m.

        Math Help Room (College Algebra and Calculus I, II, & III)
        Milbank 333
        Monday through Thursday, 10 a.m. - 10 p.m. (6-10 p.m. staffed by Barnard students)
        Friday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

        Math Help Room (Other Math Classes)
        406 Mathematics
        Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
        Friday 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

        Physics Help Room
        514 Altschul
        Monday 7 - 9 p.m.
        Wednesday 7 - 9 p.m.

        Statistics Help Room (for STAT W1001, W1111, and W1211)
        Monday 4:00 – 7:00 in Room 1025 SSW Building
        Tuesday 5:30 – 8:00 in Room 1025 SSW Building
        Wednesday 4:00 – 7:00 in Room 903 SSW Building
        Thursday 5:30 – 8:00 in Room 1025 SSW Building
        Sunday 1:00 – 4:00 in Room 1025 SSW Building

        Need more individualized peer-to-peer learning (i.e. tutoring)?  Stay tuned for more information on free small-group tutoring available for all Barnard students.  Email peertopeer@barnard.edu for more info, and in the meantime, we invite and highly encourage you to attend a workshop on:  "Getting the Most Out of the Tutoring Experience."  Upcoming workshops are listed below.

        Mon. 9/28, 10:00-11:00 a.m., 407 BAR
        Tue. 9/29, 3:00-4:00 p.m., 306 MIL

        Please select one and RSVP to peertopeer@barnard.edu.


        Senin, 02 Mei 2016

        Filing Your Fall 2015 Program of Courses if You Missed the Deadline

        2016 - Hello my friend Online Colledges, on this occasion I will be sharing about 2016, hopefully can increase your understanding of the articles that I have written above and can provide enough information. okelah, congratulations read article...

        Title: Filing Your Fall 2015 Program of Courses if You Missed the Deadline
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        The deadline to file an adviser-approved fall 2015 program of courses was Friday, Sept 18th.

        If you missed the deadline....



        Don't panic!  

        That said, you will need to get your fall courses approved ASAP and will be charged progressively increasing late fees, so:
        1. Print out your advance program from myBarnard (write in any classes you meant to add; cross out any classes you meant to remove).
        2. Contact your adviser and ask him/her to sign the printout indicating his/her approval.
        3. Bring this signed paper to the Registrar's office in 107 Milbank
        4. Add "First-Year Deadlines" to your gBear calendar and setup email reminders so you won't miss the next deadline.

        The deadline to file an adviser-approved fall 2015 program of courses was Friday, Sept 18th.

        If you missed the deadline....



        Don't panic!  

        That said, you will need to get your fall courses approved ASAP and will be charged progressively increasing late fees, so:
        1. Print out your advance program from myBarnard (write in any classes you meant to add; cross out any classes you meant to remove).
        2. Contact your adviser and ask him/her to sign the printout indicating his/her approval.
        3. Bring this signed paper to the Registrar's office in 107 Milbank
        4. Add "First-Year Deadlines" to your gBear calendar and setup email reminders so you won't miss the next deadline.

        The deadline to file an adviser-approved fall 2015 program of courses was Friday, Sept 18th.

        If you missed the deadline....



        Don't panic!  

        That said, you will need to get your fall courses approved ASAP and will be charged progressively increasing late fees, so:
        1. Print out your advance program from myBarnard (write in any classes you meant to add; cross out any classes you meant to remove).
        2. Contact your adviser and ask him/her to sign the printout indicating his/her approval.
        3. Bring this signed paper to the Registrar's office in 107 Milbank
        4. Add "First-Year Deadlines" to your gBear calendar and setup email reminders so you won't miss the next deadline.

        Minggu, 01 Mei 2016

        Opportunity: Athena Leadership Labs

        2016 - Hello my friend Online Colledges, on this occasion I will be sharing about 2016, hopefully can increase your understanding of the articles that I have written above and can provide enough information. okelah, congratulations read article...

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        Registration is now open for the

        Athena Center Leadership Lab​*​

        Practice putting​ your best foot forward in any academic, personal and "real world" situations.
        FREE and open to all Barnard College students for up to any 4 workshops

        Here are some recommendations:


        STARTING YOUR ​LEADERSHIP JOURNEY?
        Financial Success:​​ It Doesn't Start In Your Wallet


        Who Do You Want to Be? Where Do You Want to Go?



        READY TO TAKE YOUR SKILLS TO THE NEXT LEVEL?All Slides Aside: ​​Communicating Beyond PowerPoint at Work, on Projects & With Peers


        ​--

        Register early for YOUR four workshops​!​

        *View all workshops here & keep checking back - we'll add some great ones in the next week or so.

        Contact Tomika Rodriguez at trodriguez@barnard.edu with any questions.



        Registration is now open for the

        Athena Center Leadership Lab​*​

        Practice putting​ your best foot forward in any academic, personal and "real world" situations.
        FREE and open to all Barnard College students for up to any 4 workshops

        Here are some recommendations:


        STARTING YOUR ​LEADERSHIP JOURNEY?
        Financial Success:​​ It Doesn't Start In Your Wallet


        Who Do You Want to Be? Where Do You Want to Go?



        READY TO TAKE YOUR SKILLS TO THE NEXT LEVEL?All Slides Aside: ​​Communicating Beyond PowerPoint at Work, on Projects & With Peers


        ​--

        Register early for YOUR four workshops​!​

        *View all workshops here & keep checking back - we'll add some great ones in the next week or so.

        Contact Tomika Rodriguez at trodriguez@barnard.edu with any questions.



        Registration is now open for the

        Athena Center Leadership Lab​*​

        Practice putting​ your best foot forward in any academic, personal and "real world" situations.
        FREE and open to all Barnard College students for up to any 4 workshops

        Here are some recommendations:


        STARTING YOUR ​LEADERSHIP JOURNEY?
        Financial Success:​​ It Doesn't Start In Your Wallet


        Who Do You Want to Be? Where Do You Want to Go?



        READY TO TAKE YOUR SKILLS TO THE NEXT LEVEL?All Slides Aside: ​​Communicating Beyond PowerPoint at Work, on Projects & With Peers


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        Register early for YOUR four workshops​!​

        *View all workshops here & keep checking back - we'll add some great ones in the next week or so.

        Contact Tomika Rodriguez at trodriguez@barnard.edu with any questions.

        Sabtu, 30 April 2016

        Opportunity: Workshops for First Generation College Students

        2016 - Hello my friend Online Colledges, on this occasion I will be sharing about 2016, hopefully can increase your understanding of the articles that I have written above and can provide enough information. okelah, congratulations read article...

        Title: Opportunity: Workshops for First Generation College Students
        Look This : Opportunity: Workshops for First Generation College Students

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        2016

        Dear Barnard Students,

        The Office of Student Life and the Dean of Studies/ASEP are pleased to offer a series of workshops specifically for 1st Generation/Low-Income students.  These workshops are available to all Barnard students that identify as being First Generation/Low-Income students.
        Please visit the following link and/or review the flyer below.



        I look forward to seeing you there.

        Best,

        Dean Tollinchi

        -- 
        Michell Tollinchi-Michel, Ph.D.
        Associate Dean
        Academic Enrichment and Community Initiatives

        Opportunity: Workshops for First Generation College Students

        Dear Barnard Students,

        The Office of Student Life and the Dean of Studies/ASEP are pleased to offer a series of workshops specifically for 1st Generation/Low-Income students.  These workshops are available to all Barnard students that identify as being First Generation/Low-Income students.
        Please visit the following link and/or review the flyer below.



        I look forward to seeing you there.

        Best,

        Dean Tollinchi

        -- 
        Michell Tollinchi-Michel, Ph.D.
        Associate Dean
        Academic Enrichment and Community Initiatives

        Opportunity: Workshops for First Generation College Students

        Dear Barnard Students,

        The Office of Student Life and the Dean of Studies/ASEP are pleased to offer a series of workshops specifically for 1st Generation/Low-Income students.  These workshops are available to all Barnard students that identify as being First Generation/Low-Income students.
        Please visit the following link and/or review the flyer below.



        I look forward to seeing you there.

        Best,

        Dean Tollinchi

        -- 
        Michell Tollinchi-Michel, Ph.D.
        Associate Dean
        Academic Enrichment and Community Initiatives

        Opportunity: Workshops for First Generation College Students

        Jumat, 29 April 2016

        DEADLINE: finalizing your Fall 2015 program

        2016 - Hello my friend Online Colledges, on this occasion I will be sharing about 2016, hopefully can increase your understanding of the articles that I have written above and can provide enough information. okelah, congratulations read article...

        Title: DEADLINE: finalizing your Fall 2015 program
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        2016

        The deadline to finalize your Fall 2015 academic program is this Friday, September 18.

        That means...
        • The "List of Courses" under your Fall 2015 tab in myBarnard should reflect all courses that you are taking for credit this semester, including any P.E., Dance technique, Varsity sport, or performance course for which you will earn credit this semester. If you are unable to add a course that you know that you are in, or if you are unable to drop a course from your program that you will not be taking, please visit or contact the Registrar's office (107 Milbank, registrar@barnard.edu). 
          • Remember that a credit for a P.E. course, Dance technique course, or Varsity sport will appear after the program filing deadline (if the course is eligible for a point of credit for the P.E. requirement). During the third week of courses, the credit for the class will change from 0 to 1, and your total credits will adjust accordingly as well.
          • If you are enrolling in courses that require enrollment in discussion sections or labs that have separate course numbers and call numbers, those additional parts of your program should also appear in your "List of Courses," even though they may not carry additional credits.
            • Friday, September 18, is the last day on which you may officially add a course to your schedule. If you need to add a course to your schedule after that date, you will need to petition the Committee on Programs and Academic Standing for permission to do so (you can obtain a petition and learn procedures at the Registrar's office), and a late add fee may be charged.
            • Friday, September 18, is also the deadline for your adviser to submit approval online for your fall program. So be sure that you have taken steps ahead of time to schedule a meeting with your adviser before the deadline, and do not wait until the end of the day on Friday to ask for a meeting or for approval.
            • Please remember that, if your program is not finalized and approved by your adviser by the end of the day on Friday, you will be charged a late fee, which will become progressively higher for each day past the deadline.
            Until the program filing deadline, your Courseworks page may not look exactly like your myBarnard page because it takes some time for an added class on myBarnard to appear on Courseworks and it takes some extra time for a dropped class to disappear from Courseworks. But your Courseworks page will catch up with your myBarnard enrollments. The most important thing this week is to make sure that your enrollments are accurate on your myBarnard Fall 2015 page.

              The deadline to finalize your Fall 2015 academic program is this Friday, September 18.

              That means...
              • The "List of Courses" under your Fall 2015 tab in myBarnard should reflect all courses that you are taking for credit this semester, including any P.E., Dance technique, Varsity sport, or performance course for which you will earn credit this semester. If you are unable to add a course that you know that you are in, or if you are unable to drop a course from your program that you will not be taking, please visit or contact the Registrar's office (107 Milbank, registrar@barnard.edu). 
                • Remember that a credit for a P.E. course, Dance technique course, or Varsity sport will appear after the program filing deadline (if the course is eligible for a point of credit for the P.E. requirement). During the third week of courses, the credit for the class will change from 0 to 1, and your total credits will adjust accordingly as well.
                • If you are enrolling in courses that require enrollment in discussion sections or labs that have separate course numbers and call numbers, those additional parts of your program should also appear in your "List of Courses," even though they may not carry additional credits.
                  • Friday, September 18, is the last day on which you may officially add a course to your schedule. If you need to add a course to your schedule after that date, you will need to petition the Committee on Programs and Academic Standing for permission to do so (you can obtain a petition and learn procedures at the Registrar's office), and a late add fee may be charged.
                  • Friday, September 18, is also the deadline for your adviser to submit approval online for your fall program. So be sure that you have taken steps ahead of time to schedule a meeting with your adviser before the deadline, and do not wait until the end of the day on Friday to ask for a meeting or for approval.
                  • Please remember that, if your program is not finalized and approved by your adviser by the end of the day on Friday, you will be charged a late fee, which will become progressively higher for each day past the deadline.
                  Until the program filing deadline, your Courseworks page may not look exactly like your myBarnard page because it takes some time for an added class on myBarnard to appear on Courseworks and it takes some extra time for a dropped class to disappear from Courseworks. But your Courseworks page will catch up with your myBarnard enrollments. The most important thing this week is to make sure that your enrollments are accurate on your myBarnard Fall 2015 page.

                    The deadline to finalize your Fall 2015 academic program is this Friday, September 18.

                    That means...
                    • The "List of Courses" under your Fall 2015 tab in myBarnard should reflect all courses that you are taking for credit this semester, including any P.E., Dance technique, Varsity sport, or performance course for which you will earn credit this semester. If you are unable to add a course that you know that you are in, or if you are unable to drop a course from your program that you will not be taking, please visit or contact the Registrar's office (107 Milbank, registrar@barnard.edu). 
                      • Remember that a credit for a P.E. course, Dance technique course, or Varsity sport will appear after the program filing deadline (if the course is eligible for a point of credit for the P.E. requirement). During the third week of courses, the credit for the class will change from 0 to 1, and your total credits will adjust accordingly as well.
                      • If you are enrolling in courses that require enrollment in discussion sections or labs that have separate course numbers and call numbers, those additional parts of your program should also appear in your "List of Courses," even though they may not carry additional credits.
                        • Friday, September 18, is the last day on which you may officially add a course to your schedule. If you need to add a course to your schedule after that date, you will need to petition the Committee on Programs and Academic Standing for permission to do so (you can obtain a petition and learn procedures at the Registrar's office), and a late add fee may be charged.
                        • Friday, September 18, is also the deadline for your adviser to submit approval online for your fall program. So be sure that you have taken steps ahead of time to schedule a meeting with your adviser before the deadline, and do not wait until the end of the day on Friday to ask for a meeting or for approval.
                        • Please remember that, if your program is not finalized and approved by your adviser by the end of the day on Friday, you will be charged a late fee, which will become progressively higher for each day past the deadline.
                        Until the program filing deadline, your Courseworks page may not look exactly like your myBarnard page because it takes some time for an added class on myBarnard to appear on Courseworks and it takes some extra time for a dropped class to disappear from Courseworks. But your Courseworks page will catch up with your myBarnard enrollments. The most important thing this week is to make sure that your enrollments are accurate on your myBarnard Fall 2015 page.