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April 17, 2013

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Wednesday, April 17, 2013

All Day
Students interested in enrolling at Lehman College as Visiting Students for the Summer 2013 semester are encouraged to participate in our upcoming Walk-In Application/Registration days. This opportunity provides students with the ability to apply and register for courses during Lehman College’s four Summer Sessions.
Shuster Hall
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Health Insurance Assistance
Need health insurance? Come see Mirsa on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9-4pm starting January 30, 2013. Check our web site for a listing of required documents, under Get Insurance.

T-3 Building
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Contemporary Cartographies

The exhibition will include a group of contemporary artists who use the language and imagery of maps to communicate an array of ideas. Artists in this exhibition work in various styles, adapting, manipulating, and inventing maps to giving them new meanings. Some of them use fictional narratives and create imaginary cartographies; others conceive a work that updates the new geopolitical orders. Still others approach the map aesthetically or as material in itself. Humor too plays an important role in defining these borders.

Artists include Kevin Van Aelst, Isabel Barbuzza, Doug Beube, Gail Biederman, Margaret Cusack, Sage Dawson, Lisa Corinne Davis, Dahlia Elsayed, Charley Friedman, Wopo Holup, Meridith McNeal, Steven Millar, Simonetta Moro, LPaula Scher, Karen Shaw, and Dannielle Tegeder. Curated by Susan Hoeltzel and Yuneikys Villalonga

10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Nutrition Consultation
Overweight? Poor eating habits? Come see the nutritionist from 10-6pm at the Student Health Center, T-3, Room 118, on the following dates: February 6,13, 26 March 13, 20 April 3,9,17 May 1, 8 Call x 8900 to schedule an appointment. A validated ID is required to use the health center.

T-3 Building
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Food Stamp Pre-Screening @ the Student Health Center
Starting April 3rd, 2013, a representative from BronxWorks will be stationed at the Student Health Center on Wednesdays from 11-2pm to assist students in obtaining food stamps. Please bring the following documents: household income, proof of residency, social security card, rent, and utility bills.
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Wired for Joy (MBCT)
MBCT has been clinically shown to help reduce stress and cope with chronic pain, anxiety, depression, and anger. Among its many benefits are an increased ability to relax, greater energy and enthusiasm for life, and improved self-esteem. You can attend all sessions of MBCT or drop in on one for a taste of mindfulness practices. The Group Sessions will run Wednesdays at 11 a.m. beginning February. Students are encouraged to join at any time, but weekly attendance is recommended.

Old Gym Building - (114)
Old Gym Building
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Research Awareness Month: CUNY Research in the Decade of Science: Current Focus and Future Trends Presented by Dr. Avrom Caplan
Dr. Avrom Caplan, CUNY Associate University Dean for Research,  will talk about research at CUNY with a focus on undergraduate research.  Dr. Caplan will also share information about CUNY's Advanced Science Research Center and internal grant programs.
Science and Research Building
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
Lecture: Literature, Learning & Life: Supporting and Empowering Women in Adult Literacy Programs"
Presented by Jaye Jones (Director, Adult Learning Center). A growing body of research in the adult literacy field has not only drawn attention to the impact of trauma on the educational experiences of female students, but also highlighted the importance of instructional practices that are more cognizant of emotional health concerns. This lecture will discuss the impact of Women Reading for Education Affinity and Development (WREAD), a reading discussion intervention - grounded in theories of relational-cultural theory (RCT), critical pedagogy and black feminist theory - committed to using literature, dialogue and the group process to promote relationship building and empowerment among African American female adult literacy learners. The literacy gains, improved psychological self-awareness and positive connections experienced by WREAD’s participants also serves to illustrate the restorative potential of emotionally responsive models of teaching practice. Sponsored by the Women's Studies Program.
Carman Hall - (221)
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Foundation and Corporate Funding
With sequestration upon us, competition for available federal, state, and city funding is becoming increasingly  competitive.  Principal Investigators are looking to diversify their funding portfolios to include more corporate and foundation funding.  What types of projects do foundations fund? What does the application process involve? How do they review applications? Get these and other questions answered. Come join us!
Carman Hall - (B75)
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Relationship Workshop Series: Love, Talk, Sex
Join us for a series of workshops on Love, Communication and Sexuality with invited speakers from Planned Parenthood.

Topic : Gender Role and Identity
When: Wednesday, April 3; Location: Old Gym Bldg., Room 108B; Time: 3– 4:30 p.m.

Topic: Healthy Relationships
When: Monday, April 15; Location: Gillet Hall, Room 205; Time: 3– 4:30 p.m.

Topic: Communication and Negotiation
When: Wednesday, April 17; Location: Old Gym Bldg., Room 108B; Time: 3– 4:30 p.m.

Refreshments will be served.
Gillet Hall

Old Gym Building
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
A Panel Discussion on Higher Education and Disability: An International Perspective
The Office of Student Disability Services is hosting an International Perspective Discussion on higher education and disability. Panelists will speak about their knowledge and experience of academia and the culture of disability in their country of origin as compared to the United States.
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
How to Make a Job Fair Work For You
Practice your “one-minute elevator pitch” and learn how to prepare and market yourself to employers.

Shuster Hall - (231)
Shuster Hall
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
Spring Dance Concert
The Dance/Theatre Program at Lehman College proudly presents an evening of original choreography by dance and theatre majors and guests. Wednesday, April 17, at 3:30 p.m.; Thurs.-Sat., April 18-20, at 8 p.m.
Speech and Theatre Building - (Studio Theatre)
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Time Management
Do you feel that there is never enough time in the day? Do you have difficulty balancing commitments to school, work and family? This workshop will teach you how to create a schedule so that you can best utilize your available hours. Learn how to negotiate your schedule to adapt to your busy and changing life.

Old Gym Building - (114)
Old Gym Building
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Networking Strategies
Learn tips to master the art of networking. Start making contacts and increase the knowledge and experience of people that will help you reach your goals.

Shuster Hall - (231)
Shuster Hall

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