Monday, October 4, 2021

Upcoming Events from Access Barnard

 

What is Access Barnard?


Access Barnard leverages the resources of the college and New York City as a whole to support students who identify as international, first-generation, or low-income as they navigate the American higher education system. A partnership between the offices of Dean of the College and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Access Barnard strengthens the robust programming and supportive functions of International Student Services, Opportunity Programs, and First-Generation, Low-Income Initiatives.

Wednesday, October 6

Name: Building and Sustaining Relationships with Faculty
Led by: Alex Pittman and Jalisha Jenifer
Date: Wednesday, October 6, 2021
Time: 5:00pm-6:00pm EST
Zoom Meeting ID: 941 0444 1435
Passcode: 857085

This workshop will provide tips on how to build strong relationships with faculty members.
Join Building and Sustaining Relationships with Faculty Workshop Here

Thursday, October 7

Name: Drop In & Meditate 
Hosted by: Access Barnard and the Furman Counseling Center
Time: 4:00pm-4:30pm EST
Location: Milstein LL017
Zoom Meeting ID: 966 4556 1134
Passcode: 188585

Join Access Barnard and the Furman Counseling Center for 15 minutes of meditation to relax and release day to day stress! 
Join Drop-In & Mediate Workshop Here

Tuesday, October 12

Name: How To Develop A Sound Thesis
Hosted By: Science Fellows
Date: Tuesday, October 12, 2021
Time: 4:00pm-5:00pm EST
Location: Diana Center LL104


In this workshop, Science Writing Fellows provide support on starting a research based thesis for the STEM disciplines. The workshop outlines the basic sections of the thesis and what topics might be covered in each section. We also compare ways in which these sections are similar or different to past lab reports written for other lab classes. 
 
RSVP Here for Science Fellows Workshop

Thursday, October 14

Name: Imposter Syndrome Part 1 
Date: Thursday, October 14, 2021

Time: 3:00pm-4:00pm EST
Location: Milstein Center LL001

Impostor syndrome impacts everyone at different points in their lived experience.  This workshop will define what imposter syndrome is and how it manifests itself during college and best ways to combat it.  
Join the Imposter Syndrome Workshop Here