EventDescriptionStartsEndsLocationWeb SiteDepartment
3/26:Celebrating 50 years of Amazing Female Entrepreneurs This workshop will focus on the contributions of women in business. Facilitator: Professor Anna Geller 3/26/2014
10:30:00AM
3/26/2014
11:30:00AM
 Women's Center 
3/26:In the Time of ButterfliesThis event will explore the courage of the Mirabel sister’s who made a political commitment to overthrow the Trujillo dictatorship in the Dominican Republic. Facilitator: Anna Betancourt3/26/2014
11:30:00AM
3/26/2014
12:30:00PM
M239 Student Affairs 
3/26:Kaplan Scholarship Information SessionWednesday, March 26 at 2:30 PM. Find out about the Kaplan Scholarship and obtain tips for the application process. Stop by Room C-102 for more information.3/26/2014
2:30:00PM
3/26/2014
2:30:00PM
M394A Conference 
3/27:Alumni Career PanelThursday, March 27 at 2:00 PM. Meet KBCC graduates and learn about their exciting career paths.3/27/2014
2:00:00PM
3/27/2014
3:00:00PM
Room V-219 Student Life 
3/28:Dinner and Dialogue: Real Talk - WomenJoin us for dinner and a discussion about hot topics pertaining to women. Free with valid student ID.Department: Student Life, 718/368-55973/28/2014
4:00:00PM
3/28/2014
6:00:00PM
V-219 Student Life 
3/26:Kaplan Scholarship Information SessionWednesday, March 26 at 2:30 PM. Find out about the Kaplan Scholarship and obtain tips for the application process.Stop by Room C-102 for more information.3/26/2014
2:30:00PM
3/26/2014
4:30:00PM
M394A Student Affairs 
3/27: Sex Trafficking in Our Own Back Yard: The Who, How, and WhyStart Time: Section 1: 10:20AM Section 2: 11:30AM End Time: Section 1: 11:20AM Section 2: 12:30PM. Section 1 is a video on sex trafficking, survivor testimony, and Qand A with a Survivor. Section 2 is a panel discussion and Qand A with the FBI, Equality Now, and a Survivor. Panelists are: FBI- Special Agent Brian Gander, and Victim Specialist Angela Jackson. Equality Now- Director and Former Chief of the Sex Trafficking Unit at the Kings County DA Office Lauren Hersh, and Survivor and Outreach Manager with BeASister2ASister Iryna Makaruk. Department: Student World Assembly3/27/2014
10:20:00AM
3/27/2014
12:30:00PM
U-219 Conference 
4/1:Spring Job FairSpring Job Fair - Tuesday, April 1 at 11:00-2:00 PM. Meet with employers and find job and internship opportunities.4/1/2014
11:00:00AM
4/1/2014
2:00:00PM
Room U219/U220 Conference 
4/2:My Diversity; My Identity - I get to chooseFaith Fogelman, Program Manager TRiO. Do people with disabilities (PWD) see themselves as people with disabilities first? Do they identify more with their ethnic or religious group? What assumptions do we make about the primary identity of PWDs and how do our assumptions drive our interactions with them? We may think we are sensitive, but our assumptions may be perceived differently.4/2/2014
12:40:00PM
4/2/2014
1:40:00PM
Room V219 Access-Ability Services 
4/2:Attitudes Toward Disabilities: Turning the TablesProfessor Sue Carpenter PhD. This presentation will explore attitudes and ways of thinking about people with disabilities. Professor Sue Carpenter PhD has extensive experience teaching children with special needs and adults with disabilities in England, Australia and the USA. In this presentation and discussion, she will focus on her experience working with students with developmental disabilities within her courses, mentoring a student teacher with a visual impairment through her fieldwork at a NYC public school, and finally being a member of an inclusive community choir. This may change your way of thinking!4/2/2014
1:50:00PM
4/2/2014
2:50:00PM
V219 Access-Ability Services 
4/2:Evening Job FairWednesday, April 2 at 3:00-5:00 PM. Meet with employers and find job and internship opportunities.4/2/2014
3:00:00PM
4/2/2014
5:00:00PM
Room U220 Conference 
4/3:Women and MadnessProfessor Dahlia Valle. This presentation hopes to bring some awareness to the psychological disorders that "disproportionately " affect women and girls, shedding light on the fact that these disorders are a direct result of the way women and men are socialized in our society. Emphasis will be placed on historical data from the 19th century and early 20th century.4/3/2014
11:30:00AM
4/3/2014
12:30:00PM
Room M239 Access-Ability Services 
4/3:Hidden Disabilities: Confronting Misinformation and Stigma in Mental Illness DiscourseProfessor Chizoba Udeorji. This presentation will be an interactive discussion about mental illnesses that commonly affect young adults (adolescent/early adult onset). It will explore illness characterization, common misconceptions, and strategies to reduce stigma, facilitate open dialogue and improve communication behaviors around those conditions.4/3/2014
12:40:00PM
4/3/2014
1:40:00PM
Room M239 CUNY Event 
4/3:The Journey From Advocacy to ActivismMatthew Weiler, Program Director, AHRC Melissa Riggio Higher Ed Program. The disability movement gains strength when it aligns itself with the many other civil rights movements that work to bring disenfranchised people into mainstream society. This opens doors to many basic rights that people may take for granted. quot;Advocacy Unlimited quot;, a course offered through Continuing Education, supports people to find their voice and use it for change; it seeks to develop future leaders in the self-advocacy movement. Find out how the course was developed, get an overview of course content and hear presentations by current students.4/3/2014
1:50:00PM
4/3/2014
2:50:00PM
Room M239 Access-Ability Services 
4/3:Learning Styles and Autism Spectrum Disorders: Strategies for a Successful College Experience:Samantha Feinman, MS.Ed., TSHH Program Director, New Frontiers in Learning. Being a college student can pose obstacles for many young adults, especially those diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). In order to be successful in college, students need to have high levels of certain skills, including self-advocacy, time management and organizational skills; however, many students with ASD can find such skills difficult to achieve without support. This workshop will help college faculty and staff understand the different ways that students diagnosed with ASD and related disorders learn, as well as provide practical strategies and examples that faculty and staff can utilize to support the learning differences of students with ASD in the college classroom.4/3/2014
3:00:00PM
4/3/2014
5:00:00PM
M239 Access-Ability Services 
4/4:CUNY Big Apple Job Fair"CUNY Big Apple Job Fair " Friday, April 4 at Jacob Javits Center. Meet with employers and find job and internship opportunities at this CUNY-wide event. Stop by Room C-102 for more information4/4/2014
12:00:00AM
4/4/2014
11:59:00PM
Jacob Javits Center Conference 
4/7:Label We’re DealtPeter Santiago LMHC and Professor Delia Hernandez. This will be an interactive activity designed to help participants develop an understanding of the different experiences and perspectives of people with disabilities. By considering the world around them from a point of view that differs from their own, participants explore preconceived ideas about groups of people they see as being different from themselves.4/7/2014
1:50:00PM
4/7/2014
2:50:00PM
Room M239 Access-Ability Services 
4/8:SATH Society for Accessible Tourism and HospitalityAdjunct Lecturer Joan Paduano. What it is like to travel as a person with a disability? The Society for Accessible Travel and Hospitality (SATH) was founded in 1976 as an educational nonprofit membership organization whose mission is to raise awareness of the needs of all travelers with disabilities, remove physical and attitudinal barriers to free access and expand travel opportunities in the United States and abroad. Members include travel professionals, consumers with disabilities and other individuals and corporations who support SATH’s mission. Learn about KCC’s connection to this important organization through the Tourism and Hospitality Program. 4/8/2014
10:20:00AM
4/8/2014
11:20:00AM
Room M239 Access-Ability Services 
4/8:Cerebral Palsy and BullyingEnough is Enough Committee, Access-Ability Services and United Cerebral Palsy of New York City. A panel of students with Cerebral Palsy (CP) will describe their experience of CP and their experiences with bullying and teasing. United Cerebral Palsy representatives will be on hand to help explain the medical side of CP. On a lighter note UCP of NY will also conduct an Assistive Technology (AT) demonstration. AT is responsible for many of the technological advances we all enjoy today, like vibrating ring tones and the speech to text on our phones.4/8/2014
2:00:00PM
4/8/2014
4:00:00PM
Room V219 Access-Ability Services 
4/9:Diverse Abilities in a Difficult Job MarketA panel of experts in the field of counseling, academia, and vocational rehabilitation will discuss and answer questions on the topic of careers and competitive/equitable employment in our diverse community. We will educate the audience on the similarities that all diverse groups share in their struggle to assert there right to prosper in the workplace as well as talk about some of the barriers and how individuals with disabilities can build skills and use compensatory strategies to market themselves.4/9/2014
10:20:00AM
4/9/2014
11:20:00AM
Room M239 Access-Ability Services 
4/9:Brooklyn Museum Career Information SessionLearn about museum career opportunities from a Brooklyn Museum representative. Stop by Room C-102 for more information4/9/2014
2:00:00PM
4/9/2014
3:00:00PM
Room V-219 Conference 
4/10:Athletes with Disabilities: How does that work?Professor Mary Lou Fierle. A panel of student athletes will be discussing their involvement and experiences with organized sports and other athletic activities, while non- athletes will also be presenting work they have done in RPE classes that focus on people with disabilities and athletics/physical education.4/10/2014
11:30:00AM
4/10/2014
12:30:00PM
Room MAC Rotunda Center Section Access-Ability Services 
4/10:Fitness-Fun-Frolic for All AbilitiesProfessor Gail Levine, PhD, RYT, CTRS of Dept. of HPER/PERRT Program. Dr. Levine will be leading physical activities that will give participants an idea of the broad scope of physical activities offered in a Therapeutic Recreation session/program. The activities will be a mixture of seated Yoga stretches; faster-paced movements set to catchy dance music and some "Beach " Volleyball (without the beach) using balloons; beach balls and other lightweight balls. The idea is to demonstrate that we can make fitness activities and recreational sports accessible for students of all abilities.4/10/2014
12:40:00PM
4/10/2014
1:40:00PM
Room Gym 102 (middle Gym on the Field House level) Access-Ability Services 
4/11:Brooklyn Bridge Marriott Hotel Real World VisitBrooklyn Bridge Marriott Hotel Real World Visit - Friday, April 11 at 9:30 AM. Visit a major hotel and meet staff to learn about career opportunities within the hotel industry. Stop by Room C-102 for more information4/11/2014
11:00:00AM
4/11/2014
11:00:00AM
Brooklyn Bridge Marriott Hotel Conference 
5/1:Kaplan Scholarship Application Assistance SessionGet tips on how to successfully complete a strong application for the Kaplan Scholarship by a Kaplan representative. Stop by Room C-102 for more information5/1/2014
2:30:00PM
5/1/2014
3:30:00PM
M394A Academic 
5/9:New York Methodist HospitalVisit various departments within the hospital to explore career opportunities within healthcare. Stop by Room C-102 for more information5/9/2014
9:45:00AM
5/9/2014
11:00:00AM
New York Methodist Hospital Conference 
5/13:LinkedIn Goes to CollegeLinkedIn Goes to College—Tuesday, May 13 at 2:00 PM. Find out how to make your connections work for you by learning about LinkedIn from a LinkedIn representative. Stop by Room C-102 for more information5/13/2014
2:00:00PM
5/13/2014
3:00:00PM
V-219 Conference 
5/16:1010 WINS Real World VisitFriday, May 16 at 11:30 AM. Get a behind-the-scenes look at 1010 WINS and meet staff members that contribute to this major radio station. Stop by Room C-102 for more information5/16/2014
11:30:00AM
5/16/2014
1:00:00PM
 Exhibit 
AAARI 12th Annual GalaCome celebrate AAARI's achievements over the past year and honor our awardees for their leadership, distinguished success, and commitment to the Asian American / Asian community.11/21/2013
6:30 PM
11/21/2013
10:00 PM
20 Elizabeth StreetWebsite  
Growing Up in Transnational Worlds: A Comparative Look at Chinese and Dominican AmericansHow does transnationalism matter in the identities among the second generation, e.g., individuals who were born in the United States, or migrated by late childhood?12/13/2013
6:00 PM
12/13/2013
8:00 PM
25 West 43rd StreetWebsite