The Schwartz Communication Institute’s annual Symposium offers educators and business professionals a valuable opportunity to engage in an ongoing dialogue on teaching learning, and clear and effective communication in a variety of modes including speech, writing and digital storytelling. Our program will feature round-table discussions led by co-moderators — a business executive and an educator — and workshops and small discussion groups on several sub-topics related to writing, speaking and digital communication in education and business. These will include social media, new modes of business and scholarly communication, generational differences, and differing perspectives on teaching and learning in the worlds of business and the academy.
The Program will begin at 9:30 a.m. with welcoming remarks by Schwartz Institute Interim Director Suzanne Epstein and Baruch College Provost David P. Christy, followed by the opening keynote by Danah Boyd. The round-table discussion will begin at 11:00 a.m. At 2:15 and following lunch, Bernard L. Schwartz will deliver the 2nd keynote. At 3:30, Mikhail Gershovich, Erica Kaufman and Grant Potter will run the afternoon workshop.
After the program, please plan to join us for cocktails and dinner at the Players Club (16 Gramercy Park South) and a dinner address by Tariq Khan, Founder and CEO of Global Diversity Marketing.
You are welcome to invite a guest to the dinner if you wish, but please let us know in advance if you plan to do so. Space is limited. Click here to view the full agenda.
The symposium will take place on the 14th Floor Conference Center in Baruch’s Vertical Campus Building at 55 Lexington Ave. (enter at the corner of 24th St. and Lexington Ave. or at 25th St. between Lexington and 3rd Ave.). Cocktails, dinner and the closing keynote will be at the Players Club (16 Gramercy Park South).
To get here by subway, take the 6, N, or R trains to 23rd St. There is limited street parking available on the surrounding streets and a few lots on the side streets between 3rd and 2nd Aves. The closest parking lot is on 26th St. between 3rd and 2nd Avenues. Transportation to the dinner at the Players Club will be provided. If you prefer to walk, please join us for a walking tour of the historic Gramercy Park area, which will begin at the Vertical Campus and end at the Players Club, on the South side of Gramercy Park.
Please direct questions to (646) 312-2060 or by email at email@example.com. For more information about the Bernard L. Schwartz Communication Institute and Baruch College, please visit http://www.baruch.cuny.edu/blsci/and our weblog at http://cac.ophony.org.