Public Announcements – How to send
This page last updated on: February 8, 2019
The Baruch College Faculty Handbook
Last updated on 12/23/2018
Sending Public Announcements
To faculty and staff
E-news for Faculty and Staff is a service of Baruch’s Office of
Communications and Marketing. Please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to discuss sending a public announcement to Baruch’s faculty and staff.
Please contact Damali Smith in Baruch’s Office of Student Life at email@example.com if you would like an announcement sent to students in the weekly email alert to students.
“Comprehensive” Campus Calendar
Members of the faculty and staff, as well as departments and organizations affiliated with CUNY, may post events on the institutional calendar by going to the calendar page of the Baruch College website and clicking the “submit an event” link on the calendar home page. (Here is a shortcut.) Submissions are checked most every morning and approved listings are posted.
This Week at Baruch
The student development calendar, “this week at baruch,” also is available from the college homepage: click the “student life” pop down and select “student development.” There you will find a selection for “this week.” Clicking on that selection brings you to the student calendar, at the bottom of which is contact information for submitting an event (shortcut).
Associate Provost Weekly Event Emails
To have your event included on the new weekly roundup, you will need to fill out and submit this form by noon on Wednesday of the week before the event takes place. For the form to be officially submitted, you will need to provide the following:
- the name and email address of the person submitting the information
- the name of the event (e.g., title of talk, name of play)
- the name(s) of the speaker(s)/performer(s)
- the date, time (start and end), location
- rsvp information (if needed)
- an email or phone number (or both) for additional information
Also included is an optional section for a description of the event of 1,000 characters or fewer. This might include the name of the series to which the event belongs (e.g., International Business Seminar, Faculty Lunch Seminar, Silberman Concert Series), event sponsors, speaker biography, and/or a brief abstract of the event. If more space is needed, the information in its entirety should be posted on a website and the link should appear in the description in a format such as “For more information, see…”