Student Leadership Colloquium (SLC):
Body Language, What Message Are You Sending?
This semester, students will enhance their leadership skills by learning to communicate effectively in order to achieve a desired result or goal. Part two of the SLC - Communication series, "Body Language: What Message are You Sending?" - presented by Blake Eastman - will cover non-verbal communication. Participants will learn to decode body language and get a better understanding of body language as it relates to the world around them. Blake Eastman is the founder and head instructor of The Nonverbal Group. He works as an adjunct professor at the City University of New York, where he teaches group dynamics, developmental psychology, and general psychology. Blake has worked as a freelance negotiations consultant for many prominent companies and performed an incredibly wide range of body language related services.
Free and open to all students. Refreshments will be served.
Date: Wednesday, March 19
Time: 1:30 - 3:00 pm
Place: Room 217, West Building
For more information, please contact Teneia Wooten, Asst. Dir. of Student Activities and Leadership Development at 212.772.4908, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To RSVP, please email email@example.com, or visit our web site at http://www.hunter.cuny.edu/studentservices/sa/welcome. More details are available at http://bit.ly/HCOSALD.
Student Elections Week is Coming! - YOUR VOTE COUNTS!
Students living in residence halls get to vote for their Residence Life Commissioner online for the first time!
The Undergraduate Students’ General Election will once again be online. This enables you to vote while at school, work or home. Computers are available for your convenience throughout the campus, in the library, cafeteria, hallways, etc. We are bringing the “polls” to you, making the ballot more accessible so that you can take part in the election process in even greater numbers than ever before.
When to Vote:
Voting is scheduled Monday, April 7, 2014 (12:01am) – Friday, April 11, 2014 (11:59pm).
How to Vote:
In order to vote online, you must set up your Hunter e-mail account. If you have not yet set up your Hunter e-mail, please go right away to the SNET Helpdesk in Room TH-400.
By Sunday April 6th, the company administering the election (firstname.lastname@example.org) will send you an e-mail with a voter registration code, which you will need in order to vote. The voter registration code, along with instructions, will allow you to view and submit your ballot on the company’s special Hunter elections website when the “polls” open on April 7th. Election results will be posted on the election site immediately after the polls close on Friday, April 11th. (Note: If others are able to access your e-mails, or if you think they have the ability to do so, you should make the necessary adjustments immediately).
Positions On The Online Ballot:
Eight (8) Executive Board Members: President, Vice President, Finance Commissioner, Evening Affairs Commissioner, External Affairs/Public Relations Commissioner, Student Welfare/Academic Affairs commissioner, Cultural Affairs/Student Activities Commissioner, and Residence Life Commissioner (see note below).
Fourteen (14) Undergraduate Student Government Senators: (including two freshmen, four sophomores, four juniors and four seniors) – College Association (4 positions available) – Auxiliary Enterprise Corporation (3 positions available) - Faculty-Student Disciplinary Committee (6 positions)
Residence Life Commissioner: PREMIERE! Online voting for the Residence Life Commissioner is being offered to students living in all the Residence Halls: 97th and 92nd Street, and Brookdale. Your Commissioner will be on the ballot, with the rest of the USG Executive Board Members. No more manual voting! The position can only be viewed and voted on by students living in the three (3) dormitories as in the past.
Your vote counts…Use it wisely to determine who represents you next year.
For more information, please contact Teneia Wooten, Assistant Director of Student Activities at 212.772.4908, or email email@example.com.
Join a Club: Log-on to Symplicity!
Want to join a club on campus, but don’t know which one is best for you? Go to the Symplicity website for Hunter students. It lists and describes all of Hunter’s clubs. You can use Symplicity to find, contact, and join a club. Don’t delay, join today!
How to Access Symplicity to Find and Join Student Clubs:
- Go to: https://hunter-community.symplicity.com/
- "Request a Password" and enter your Hunter email.
- Log in using the password that was sent to your email and your Hunter email
- Click "Student Groups" then "Find a Group to Join"
If you have any questions, please contact Teneia Wooten in the Office of Student Activities at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about upcoming events and programs of Student Activities, please visit our web site at http://www.hunter.cuny.edu/studentservices/sa/welcome.