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Thursday, February 13, 2020

New Antivirus ‘Malwarebytes’ for Barnard Students

Dear Students,


Great News! CUIT has upgraded all student’s antivirus protection software to Malwarebytes
and you should install it as soon as possible. Malwarebytes fights threats that
traditional antivirus software can’t stop,
including spyware, malware, ransomware, phishing and some other unwanted programs.
This product works on both Windows and Mac computers to provide antivirus protection.

If you previously downloaded Symantec and have it installed on your computer,
you must uninstall Symantec first, and then install Malwarebytes.
Failure to uninstall Symantec first will prevent Malwarebytes from installing properly.
You can find more information on CUIT’s website, https://cuit.columbia.edu/content/symantec


In an effort to update as many student computers as possible,
BCIT Student Computing will be providing extra support during
our Love Your Computer Week, which takes place Feb 24- 28th.
Please come by the Student Computing office located in 307 Diana Center,
for some free sweets and get your laptop updated at the same time!
Our office hours are Mon-Thurs 9am-9pm, Fri 9am-5pm and Sat/Sun from 12-4pm
or feel free to submit a ticket via help@barnard.edu and we can assist you accordingly.

Best regards,
Aida Santiago-Agosto
Associate Director of Student Computing, BCIT
Barnard College | 307A Diana

212-854-7172

Monday, February 10, 2020

Apply to Be a Writing Fellow

Do you like writing?
Do you like working with your peers?

Become a Writing Fellow

Applications due Monday, March 2nd at 5pm
Find the application using the QR Code or at writing.barnard.edu

Information Sessions*
Sunday, 2/9, at 6pm 
Wednesday, 2/12 at 6pm 
Tuesday, 2/18, at 6 pm 
Friday, 2/28 at 12 pm 

Science Fellow Info Sessions* 
Wednesday, 2/12, 8:00 PM
Friday, 2/14, 2:30 PM
Sunday, 2/23, 5:00 PM

*all info sessions will take place in BAR 217

Questions?

New Neuroscience and Behavior Department Meetup

Eat--Laugh--Talk 

Tuesday, February 11, 2020 at 6:00 PM in 415 Milbank
 

To continue our meet, greet, and figure things out, Barnard’s new Neuroscience and Behavior Department will host a third meetup. This is a chance to chat about Neuroscience and Behavior: how/what/where/when/why and who else is doing what in neuroscience and science.  

Professor Rae Silver (Department Chair) and Department Administrator, Dr Michele Miozzo, will be there. 

Pizza and New York famous Black-and-White-Cookies will be offered. The popups are totally casual, totally informative and totally for you. Here is a chance for more. Tell your friends!

Saturday, February 8, 2020

Thursday, February 6, 2020

We Need to Hear From You

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Dear Barnard student,

We value student opinions about Barnard.  Please take a few minutes to complete the Times Higher Education US Student Survey and make your perspective and experiences known.  This is one of the largest student surveys undertaken in the United States and the responses form a key part of the study. This study has been widely praised for its emphasis on teaching and student outcomes.

Your responses are strictly confidential and will not be shared with Barnard. 

Wednesday, February 5, 2020

Study Abroad

STUDY ABROAD FAIR – FRIDAY, FEB 14TH, 1-3pm
ALTSCHUL ATRIUM
Meet representatives from our partner programs and learn about semester and summer study abroad options. 

INTENT TO STUDY ABROAD FORM DUE MARCH 15, 2020 for both Fall 2020 and Spring 2021
If you’re interested in studying abroad in either Fall 2020 or Spring 2021, you must submit the form by the deadline.  It’s non-binding and simply indicates interest. 
**Please note that only students who have submitted the form will be eligible to apply to study abroad.** 

You can access the Intent to Study Abroad form here, or you can get to it by logging into myBarnard, selecting the Academics tab, and scrolling down to the Study Abroad section on the bottom right.

Questions?  Contact Barnard Global