Immigrants and Services in New York City (Part 1)
From Baruch DML
Throughout the day, speakers take a look at local immigration policies and services in the context of a burgeoning national debate on immigration and immigrants.
The event takes place on May 25, 2011, at the Baruch College Vertical Campus, Room 14-220.
[Part I -- 58 min.]
Dean of the School of Public Affairs
Mitchel B. Wallerstein
President, Baruch College
Deputy Mayor, City of New York
Survey Results: New Yorkers' Attitudes toward Immigrants 5/11
Professor of Public Affairs & Director, Baruch Survey Research
Douglas Muzzio, Professor, School of Public Affairs, Baruch College
A keynote Presentation by Alan Aviles, President & CEO, New York City Health and Hospitals Corp.,
introduced by James McCarthy, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs
[Part II -- 59 min.]
""Immigrants and Educational Opportunity"" Panel
Senior Vice Chancellor for University Relations, CUNY
Professor of Anthropology, Baruch College
Assistant Professor of Sociology & Anthropology, Baruch College
Deputy Chancellor for Disabilities & ELL, NYCDOE
Education Advocate, New York Immigration Coalition
Robert Courtney Smith
Professor of Public Affairs, Baruch College
Professor of Urban Affairs & Planning, Hunter College, Director of the Center for Puerto Rican Studies
Vilna Bashi Treitler
Professor of Black & Hispanic Studies, Baruch College
[Part III -- 59 min.]
""Civic & Political Engagement in Immigrant Communities"" Panel:
Dean, School of Public Affairs at Baruch College
Director of Immigration Programming at the Hagedorn Foundation
The Honorable Carlos Sada
Consul General, Mexican Consulate
Director of the Center for Urban Affairs at the CUNY Graduate Center
Commissioner, Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs.
Presentation ""Immigration and Law Enforcement""
Professor of Political Science, John Jay College
Els de Graauw
Professor of Political Science, Baruch College
Sgt. Rafet Awad
NYPD New Immigrant Outreach Unit"