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  • Faculty Research Forum: Andrew Gladfelter

    02/20/18 03:30 PM - 02/20/18 05:00 PM

    Andrew Gladfelter, of Sociology/Criminology & Criminal Justice, will present “An Evaluation of the Bergen County Conditional Discharge Diversionary Program for Drug Offenders”

    (The snow date is Tuesday, February 27th at 3:30 pm.)


    Location: Atrium 126
  • Black History Month: Blackbird Movie Night

    02/20/18 07:00 PM - 02/20/18 09:00 PM

    WP African Heritage Celebration Committee Presents Black History Month 2018

    Proud & Unapologetic: We Are The Culture

    Blackbird Movie Night

    7pm

    University Commons Ballrooms BC

    Blackbird is a movie about a young black man battling with his sexual orientation as he grows up in a christian household. There will be a discussion following the movie. 

    Sponsor: Student Activities Programming Board 


  • Fit, Fat, and Fabulous: The Truth about Eating Disorders and Recovery with Samantha Mackintosh

    02/21/18 11:00 AM - 02/21/18 12:15 PM

    Hear the story of a real eating disorder survivor, followed by a Q&A.

    Fit, Fat, and Fabulous: The Truth about Eating Disorders and Recovery

    Samantha M. Mackintosh, M.A. is 26 years old and recently completed her master's degree in clinical mental health counseling at Montclair State University. Previous to discovering her passion for helping others achieve their own wellness and recovery goals, Samantha's stride for continued unattainable perfectionism led to the realization that disordered eating and an unhealthy relationship with her body had been controlling her every day life and robbing her of happiness for over a decade.

    Through the discovery and adaptation of the body positivity movement, Samantha continues to take back her life, one act of self-love and advocacy at a time.


    Location: Student Center MPR
  • Social Media "Boot Camp" for the Entrepreneur

    02/21/18 01:00 PM - 02/21/18 04:00 PM

    You know you should be on social media for your business or non-profit. You know it can help you drive more new and repeat business for your organization. But, do you know why? Where do you start? How do you engage? Do you know which social media platform will have the biggest bang for your buck? And when you start your profile, do you know what to say and how to grow your following?

    What’s next? This boot camp will answer all of those questions and more! This 3-hour Bootcamp will guide you through the process of developing and implementing a successful social media marketing strategy. 

     Beginners: (first hour)

    • Guide to a simple social marketing campaign 
    • Learn the anatomy of an email marketing campaign.
    • Set up your social media profiles on Facebook, Twitter, and/or Instagram (hands-on)
    1. Intermediate (Second hour)
    • Audit your existing profiles, learn to update and manage your brand presence 
    • Creation of an email campaign using Constant Contact (hands-on)
    • Demo of automation tools that save you time and money (hands-on)
    1. Advanced: (last hour)
    • Create a social media themed calendar that connects with customers (hands-on)
    • Learn how to showcase your products on Facebook (hands-on)
    • Learn the basic set up of paid or sponsored ad campaigns

    To make the most of the Hands-on segments you will have the opportunity to work on your own accounts, so come prepared with a laptop, graphics, logo, photos, video or other materials you want to share online. 

    Fee: $30


    Location: Hamilton Club, 32 Church Street, Paterson, NJ 07505
  • Black History Month: Writing Our Freedom

    02/21/18 05:00 PM - 02/21/18 07:00 PM

    WP African Heritage Celebration Committee Presents Black History Month 2018

    Proud & Unapologetic: We Are The Culture

    Writing Our Freedom: Black Writers and Writing Panel

    5pm

    Discussion about black writers featuring black writers. 

    Library Auditorium

    Sponsor: Africana World Studies


  • Black History Month: Black Excellence

    02/21/18 07:00 PM - 02/21/18 09:00 PM

    WP African Heritage Celebration Committee Presents Black History Month 2018

    Proud & Unapologetic: We Are The Culture

    Black Excellence 2: The Urban Professional Panel

    7pm

    Library Auditorium

    Professional panel featuring black professionals. 

    Sponsor: National Pan-Hellenic Council, African, African American Faculty Staff Association 


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