Diversions and an Invitation

Diversions are now listed as part of the registration form. To add a diversion go to: http://www.sunyla.org/registration/2012/ and modify your registration with your conference confirmation number.

  • You’ll need your confirmation number and last name to modify your registration.
  • You may receive notice that your excursion has been filled up. Most only allow for 15-20 people. In the event that one is booked spaces will be available on a first-come, first-served basis based on the time-stamp of your last modification.
  • Most are walking tours.
  • Session DV7 Tour: CUNY Libraries is a special invitation that has a MAXIMUM capacity of 20. It includes a luncheon hosted by Curtis Kendrick, University Dean for Libraries and Information Resources, and Arthur Downing, CIO & Chief Librarian, Baruch College. See below for more details.

An Invitation to SUNYLA Conference Attendees

The libraries of the City University of New York invite SUNYLA Conference attendees to a luncheon reception at the Newman Library of Baruch College on Wednesday, June 6, leaving FIT at 12pm and going until 4pm pm. Meet with librarians from CUNY and tour the facilities of the award-winning Newman Library.

 

Program

12:00 – 12:30 Depart FIT and walk to CUNY.
12:30 – 2:00 Luncheon – Hosted by Curtis Kendrick, University Dean for Libraries
and Information Resources, and Arthur Downing, CIO & Chief Librarian, Baruch College
2:00 – 3:30 Information Literacy – Meet Prof. Randy Hensley, Head of Instruction at the Newman Library, and other library faculty to hear about the library’s instruction program (information studies minor, credit courses, workshops, and more).
2:00 – 3:30 Small group tours of the Library Building, including The Subotnick Financial Services Center and Wasserman Trading Floor, a state-of-the-art instructional facility that integrates hands-on financial services practice into the business curriculum.

Location and Directions will be emailed to accepted registrants.

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