Full Board Meeting

Full Board Meeting

When: Friday, April 24th, 2015
Where:  Hostos Community College  500 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY 10451C Building – Room C-391
Time: 1pm-3pm
Feel free to arrive by 12pm to allow time to have lunch and interact with fellow students throughout all the CUNY campuses.  
We have guest speaker Mr. Mitch Draizin.
“ Mitch is the President of Longview Capital Advisors, a real estate investment company, and a strong supporter of progressive candidates and causes in New York and around the country. He is a connector and a mentor who also works closely with several progressive organizations and nonprofits.” (http://www.newleaderscouncil.org/draizin_announced_nlc_nyc_honorary_chair )
Please RSVP  by emailing our CCSD Secretary Anna Reifman, annareifman@gmail.com, If you require any accommodations, please also inform our CCSD Secretary as well .  annareifman@gmail.com 



But Wait There is More…
Please feel free to join us after the CCSD meeting at Hostos College for the
(National Crime Victim’s Rights Week) The Annual Bronx Survivor’s Tribute,
Program will Include:
Awards/ Survivor’s Testimonials
Singing And Dancing
Fashion Show
Guest Speakers and Much More!
 
Friday April 24th, 2015
Time- 4pm-8pm
Place: Hostos Community College
Savoy Building- Multipurpose Room, 3rd Floor
120 East 149th Street, Bronx NY 10451
I have attached to this email the flyers for all events. Please share with all your fellow CUNY Students.
Please RSVP  by emailing our CCSD Secretary Anna Reifman, annareifman@gmail.com
If you require any accommodations, please also inform our CCSD Secretary as well .  annareifman@gmail.com

Advancing Pain Care through Behavior Change Science & Mobile Health Technologies

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The Translational Research Institute on Pain in Later Life presents:

 Advancing Pain Care through Behavior Change Science & Mobile Health Technologies

 Friday May 1, 2015 from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM EDT

 This conference is focused on opportunities to leverage new knowledge about the science of behavior change and emerging new media technologies to address the management of later life pain.

Conference location: Alzheimer’s Association, NYC Chapter

Click here for more information & to register.  

Email Cara Kenien at cak2017@med.cornell.edu with questions.

Graduate Research Symposium

The GSA will be hosting the third annual Graduate Research Symposium on April 16 from 5-8pm. This is an opportunity for graduate students to hone their presentation skills and to get valuable feedback from fellow grad students and faculty.

We encourage all students to attend the Symposium to find out what your peers have been working on.

After presentations, there will be a discussion session and reception.

When: Thursday, April 16, 5-8 pm

Where: Hunter College West Building, 68th Street, 3rd Floor Cafeteria

 

GSA PARTY!

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GEEKS VS. NERDS PARTY

When: Wednesday, March 11    

Where: C117 NORTH BUILDING (Graduate Student Lounge-BASEMENT)

Time: 6-9:30pm 

RSVP at: huntergsa@gmail.com   (DON’T FORGET TO RSVP!) 
Are you a geek like Bill Gates or are you a nerd like Mark Zuckerberg? Well come out to our party and settle this battle with your GSA Board Members and other graduate students. Party will have FREE FOOD, FREE DRINKS and FREE CUPCAKES along with other treats. There will be brainteasers and prizes for those who can solve them.

Geek chick and nerd attire encouraged, prize for best dressed!

GSA Party!

Join the GSA for a

LUNAR NEW YEAR CELEBRATION!

  Featuring Asian Cuisine:Korean BBQ and Chicken Wings!Japanese Sushi, including Veggie Rolls for the non-meat eaters!

And Chinese Rice and Noodles!!

Perhaps you’ll want to try some traditional Chinese New Year snacks…

 

Thursday, February 19 6:00 pm  TH209

There will also be giveaways  and raffle prizes – Don’t miss it!

RSVP to huntergsa@gmail.com to be on the list and get a gift bag!

Free Admission- Queens Museum

The Queens Museum is now offering free admission to students with a college ID, no longer asking for the suggested donation price (previously $4 for students).

The Queens Museum is a visual arts institution dedicated to presenting the highest quality visual arts and educational programming for people in the New York metropolitan area, and particularly for the residents of Queens, a uniquely diverse, ethnic, cultural, and international community.

You can see a list of current exhibitions and our collection here.

They are open Wednesdays through Sundays from  12pm – 6pm. By train, take the #7 Train in the direction of Flushing, Queens. Your stop is Mets-Willets Point, the second to last stop on the 7 train.