All events are in Brooklyn unless noted and most are free. Many are bars so check if under age. Many are bars so check if under age. Most Brooklyn College events are in the Student Center (SUBO) unless noted.
Campus Walking Tour, many during weekdays meets at 222 West Quad Center, RSVP https://websql.brooklyn.cuny.edu/campusvisit/index.jsp
Tuesday, January 24: STEM Career Conference, 10 am-3:30 pm at the Jefferson-Williams Lounge, 4th floor. Science, Technology Engineering, Mathematics and related careers are projected to grow to more than 9 million between now and 2022. Prepare for your career and come and meet alumni, employers and former interns from NASA, Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan Chase, Sam Schwartz Engineering, Rusk Institute, SUNY Downstate and more. Learn about job and internship opportunities, get career advice and network. STEM Grads earn 3X Lifetime Earnings vs. Non-STEM Grads. Register at: http://tinyurl.com/stemmagner2017
Off Campus: The Evolution of Public History, 6:30 pm, $10. Richard Rabinowitz, founder and president of the American History Workshop, discusses his new book, “Curating America: Journeys through Storyscapes of the American Past,” and shares his insights on making history relevant today at the Brooklyn Historical Society, 128 Pierrepont St. at Clinton Street. Literary Death Match, 7 pm, $15 ($12 in advance) with actor John Leguizamo, Heben Nigatu, Michael Cunningham (“The Hours”), Daniel Alarcón (“Lost City Radio”), Porochista Khakpour (“Sons and Other Flammable Objects”), writer/editor/do-it-all Ashley C. Ford at the Bell House, 149 Seventh St. at Third Avenue. Sincerely, L. Cohen, 8 pm, $25 ($22 in advance). Artists celebrate the music of the recently departed folk icon Leonard Cohen, with performances from Sonic Youth’s Lee Ranaldo, Okkervil River’s Will Sheff, Deer Tick’s Ian O’Neil, and Lucy Wainwright Roche, and more at the Music Hall of Williamsburg, 66 N. Sixth St. between Kent and Wythe Avenues.
Wednesday, January 25: America Needs You Info Session, 12:30 pm-2 pm, 1309 James Hall. Are you a first-generation college student? BC freshman? This event is for you. Register under the “Career” tab http://portal.brooklyn.cuny.edu. Graduate Admissions WebChat, 6-7 pm, chat live with an advisor from the graduate admissions office and other prospective students. Find out about the application process, admissions requirements and much more. To attend click the link https://bluejeans.com/878850665.
Thursday, January 26: Information Session: Industrial & Organizational Psychology M.A., 6 pm-8 pm, 5117 James Hall. Meet with faculty and admissions representatives to discuss the Industrial & Organizational Psychology M.A. program, admission requirements, and the application process. RSVP http://www.brooklyn.cuny.edu/gradevents. Brooklyn Human Rights Film Festival, 6 pm, join Amnesty Brooklyn at a screening of short films and panel discussions that focus on human rights and social justice at Made in NY Media Center, 30 John St. between Pearl and Jay Streets. Brooklyn Israel Film Festival, Night One, 7:15 pm, $16 ($36 for festival pass). There is an opening reception, followed by a screening of “Freedom Runners,” a documentary about African refugees in Israel who use a running group to find their place, Kane Street Synagogue, 236 Kane St. at Tompkins Place, http://kanestreet.org/biff2017.
Friday, Jan. 27: Post-Inauguration Live Karaoke, 7:30 pm, $10. Brooklyn-based live karaoke band The Occasionalists host a gig filled with songs of protest, armageddon, and a bit of hope at the Union Hall, 702 Union St. at Fifth Avenue.