Library Events

  • L01 - POL1250 - Simon
    04/16/14 08:00 AM - 04/16/14 09:15 AM

    Registered Students Only 


  • International Branding
    04/16/14 10:00 AM - 04/16/14 01:00 PM

    Telling Your Story in Different Markets

    How do well-known companies promote their product brands differently in international markets? What is international branding? How does it compare with advertising? When do companies use brand confusion? Using images and photos, we will examine examples of the branding of identical products in different markets. How does an overnight delivery service promote themselves in the United States and Japan? How about Haagen-Dazs ice cream or Bridgestone Tires? What about "Death To Vampires!" movies?

    No Fee                          

    To register call 973-353-1927 or online at: www.njsbdc.com You must be registered to attend.


    Location: Passaic County Economic Development, Totowa Business Center, 930 Riverview Drive, Suite 250, Totowa, NJ 07512
  • Paterson Room - Board of Trustees Meeting - Barone
    04/17/14 08:00 AM - 04/17/14 05:30 PM

    Invited Guests Only


  • L01 - ENG2000 - Suess
    04/17/14 09:30 AM - 04/17/14 10:45 AM

    Registered Students Only 


  • Library Auditorium-Tuition and Fees-Barone
    04/17/14 12:00 PM - 04/17/14 02:00 PM

    Campus Community


  • Paterson Room - Dean's Meeting - Ciliberti
    04/21/14 08:30 AM - 04/21/14 12:00 PM

    Invited Guests Only


  • Library Auditorium-New Student Experience-Davidson
    04/21/14 06:00 PM - 04/21/14 09:00 PM

    Invited Guests


  • Paterson Room - Dean's Meeting - Chavez
    04/22/14 10:00 AM - 04/22/14 12:00 PM

    Invited Guests Only


  • Paterson Room - Student Recognition - Vovchuk
    04/22/14 12:00 PM - 04/22/14 03:00 PM

    Invited Guests Only


  • Library Auditorium-CWA Meeting-Quackenbush
    04/22/14 12:00 PM - 04/22/14 02:00 PM

    Invited Guests


  • Safe Space Training
    04/22/14 12:30 PM - 04/22/14 02:00 PM

    SAFE SPACE TRAINING

    Tuesday April 22, 2014

    from 12:30pm - 1:30pm

     

    Safe Space is a campus-wide initiative offering a visible message of inclusion, acceptance, and support of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning ( LGBTQ) people in the University community. The program offers participants a one-hour training to raise awareness and knowledge of LGBTQ issues and to suggest ways to serve as an ally to LGBTQ individuals.

    Following the training, participants receive a Safe Space decal to display in their work or living space.


    Location: Room 171B, University Commons
  • Library Auditorium-English Class-Rosen
    04/22/14 02:00 PM - 04/22/14 03:15 PM

    registered students


  • Library Auditorium-English Class-Rosen
    04/22/14 02:00 PM - 04/22/14 03:15 PM

    registered students


  • Library Auditorium-Honors Reception-Heilser
    04/23/14 03:30 PM - 04/23/14 06:00 PM

    Campus Community


  • Friends Room - Honors Reception - Heisler
    04/23/14 03:30 PM - 04/23/14 06:00 PM

    Invited Guests Only


  • Friends Room - Junior Check in - Brown
    04/24/14 12:00 PM - 04/24/14 02:00 PM

    Invited Guests Only


  • Library Auditorium-Junior check in-Brown
    04/24/14 12:30 PM - 04/24/14 02:00 PM

    Registered Students


  • Paterson Room - Center for Teaching Excellence - Rosen
    04/24/14 12:30 PM - 04/24/14 02:00 PM

    Invited Guests Only


  • Library Auditorium-English Class-Rosen
    04/24/14 02:00 PM - 04/24/14 03:15 PM

    Registered Students


  • Paterson Room - Unit Meeting - Davis-Dukes
    04/24/14 02:30 PM - 04/24/14 04:30 PM

    Invited Guests Only


  • Library Auditorium-Degree Works Demo-Klein
    04/24/14 03:30 PM - 04/24/14 04:30 PM

    Invited Guests


  • Paterson Room - Staff Meeting - Ciliberti
    04/25/14 09:30 AM - 04/25/14 12:00 PM

    Invited Guests Only


  • Library Auditorium-Nursing Lecture-Monroe
    04/25/14 09:30 AM - 04/25/14 04:30 PM

    Registered Students


  • Paterson Room - Brown Bag - Sabatino
    04/25/14 02:00 PM - 04/25/14 03:00 PM

    Invited Guests Only


  • Collage!, a Concert Featuring Music Faculty and Students
    04/26/14 07:30 PM - 04/26/14 07:30 PM

    The concert will include performances by the University’s distinguished faculty and student musicians. The program will include the Wind Ensemble performing "The Hounds of Spring—A Concert Overture for Winds” by Alfred Reed with J. Craig Davis, conductor; the Concert Choir, under the direction of Stephen Bryant, performing selections from Vivaldi’s “Gloria” and Handel’s “Messiah;” the Symphony Orchestra will perform Rossini’s “William Tell Overture” under the baton of Sandra Dackow; and the Jazz Orchestra, directed by David Demsey, will perform a medley arranged by Akihiro Yamamoto of "More Than Once" by Thad Jones and "Eastern Joy Dance" by Mulgrew Miller.

    Collage! is a benefit concert to raise funds for the music department’s endowed music scholarship fund.

    Tickets for the concert are $25 general admission; $20 seniors and William Paterson community; and $10 for all students. For additional information, or to purchase tickets, contact the Shea Center Box Office at 973-720-2371 or purchase online at wp-presents.org.


    Location: Shea Center for Performing Arts
  • Library Auditorium-Nursing 4300-Coyle
    04/29/14 08:00 AM - 04/29/14 03:30 PM

    Registered Students Only


  • Library Auditorium-English Graduate Colloquium-Jackson
    04/29/14 06:00 PM - 04/29/14 08:30 PM

    Registered Students


  • Library Auditorium-Nursing-Coyle
    04/30/14 05:00 PM - 04/30/14 08:30 PM

    Registered Students


  • Get the Hike Outta Here! - Mystery Hike
    05/04/14 09:30 AM - 05/04/14 05:30 PM

    For more information or to register, please email Karen Hilberg at hilbergk@wpunj.edu.


    Location: Rec Center
  • Library Auditorium-Oral History Project-Cook
    05/07/14 06:00 PM - 05/07/14 08:45 PM

    Registered Students


  • Private Marketing Counseling for Business Owners
    05/08/14 09:00 AM - 05/08/14 04:30 PM

    Are quality and service distinguished?  What other features make a product or service desirable?  How is the service or product marketed?  What segment of the market are you targeting? As a business owner, one needs to create customer awareness, and be distinguished from all others who deal in the same marketplace.  This one hour face to face counseling session will guide one through this process which can in turn increase sales volume and margins. You must be registered as a business owner to sign up for an appointment.

    Fee: $10.00


    Location: WPU SBDC 131 Ellison Street, Paterson, NJ 07505
  • Creating a Winning Business Plan
    05/14/14 05:30 PM - 05/14/14 08:00 PM

    A business plan is the key tool for all phases of a business from startup to expansion. The components of a business plan are executive summary, cover letter, organization plan, financial and supporting documents which are all necessary for obtaining SBA loans or loans from venture capitalists and angel investors.  This seminar entails the preparation of a sound and detailed business plan which is necessary for managing a business more effectively.

    Fee: $10.00


    Location: Paterson Public Library, 250 Broadway, Paterson, NJ
  • Library Auditorium-CWA Meeting-Quackenbush
    05/20/14 12:00 PM - 05/20/14 02:00 PM

    Invited Guests


  • Accounting Fundamentals
    06/04/14 06:00 PM - 06/04/14 09:00 PM

    This course is designed to establish students with fundamental knowledge of accounting procedures and is a complement to QuickBooks for Small Businesses. Master concepts needed for bookkeeping and become knowledgeable with accounting terminology used to operate financial software. 1 session (3 hours).

    Cost:  $55.00

    Course #: NBS 200 S1

    (For more information on the Accounting & QuickBooks Certificate program please call Deniese Hicks at 973-684-6126 or email dhicks@pccc.edu).


    Location: Public Safety Academy, 300 Oldham Road, Wayne 07470, Room 125
  • Private Marketing Counseling for Business Owners
    06/05/14 09:00 AM - 06/05/14 04:30 PM

    Are quality and service distinguished?  What other features make a product or service desirable?  How is the service or product marketed?  What segment of the market are you targeting? As a business owner, one needs to create customer awareness, and be distinguished from all others who deal in the same marketplace.  This one hour face to face counseling session will guide one through this process which can in turn increase sales volume and margins. You must be registered as a business owner to sign up for an appointment.

    Fee: $10.00


    Location: Cotsakos College of Business, 1600 Valley Road, Wayne, Room V4031 (Fourth Floor)
  • GOVERNMENT CONTRACT WORKSHOP: CONTRACTING OPPORTUNITIES FOR SMALL BUSINESS
    06/11/14 09:00 AM - 06/11/14 12:00 PM

    This hands-on workshop is the next step for business owners who want to expand their marketing efforts beyond their current customer base.

    The Defense Procurement Technical Assistance Center will help your firm market to government agencies, such as DoD, EPA, DOE, FAA, State of New Jersey, schools, post offices, local municipalities, as well as large businesses such as IBM, Lockheed and the casinos.  How to get in the door! This course will teach you about tools such as Small Disadvantaged Business/8a, Hubzone, Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business, or Minority/Women certifications that will give your business a marketing edge. You will be given step by step instructions as to how to complete the Central Contractor Registration, the only place to register to get contracts with the Government and to showcase your services to large corporations. You have to be in it to win it! Additionally, we will review the government payment system “Wide Area Work Flow”, so you can get paid within a week of delivery.

    You will receive a listing of small business specialists at various agencies and large businesses so you can avoid the “cold call”, since these individuals are tasked to assist you.

    The Center will bid match you with buyers free of charge so that you will discover who is buying your goods or services, and we will assist in the review of bidding opportunities. If you know what you sell and how much, we can fill in the blanks for you with free follow-up counseling sessions, CCR and certification pod casts so that you can have instruction at home at your convenience..

    For information and registration, call 973-720-2354

    Fee: $10.00


    Location: Cotsakos College of Business, 1600 Valley Road, Wayne, NJ, Lab G016
  • Creating a Winning Business Plan
    06/11/14 05:30 PM - 06/11/14 08:00 PM

    A business plan is the key tool for all phases of a business from startup to expansion. The components of a business plan are executive summary, cover letter, organization plan, financial and supporting documents which are all necessary for obtaining SBA loans or loans from venture capitalists and angel investors.  This seminar entails the preparation of a sound and detailed business plan which is necessary for managing a business more effectively.

    Fee:$10.00


    Location: Paterson Public Library, 250 Broadway, Paterson, NJ
  • QuickBooks for Small Businesses
    06/11/14 06:00 PM - 06/18/14 09:00 PM

    This introductory course explains how QuickBooks can simplify the accounting process for a small business. Students learn about the set-up for a small business. Learn how to record transactions, understand the reports generated from QuickBooks and the components of financial statements. (Participants should have knowledge of basic keyboarding.) 2 sessions (6 hours). PCCC PSA (Public Safety Academy) 300 Oldham Road, Wayne

    Cost:  $95.00

    Course #: NBS 201 S1

    (For more information on the Accounting & QuickBooks Certificate program please call Deniese Hicks at 973-684-6126 or email dhicks@pccc.edu).


    Location: Public Safety Academy, 300 Oldham Road, Wayne 07470 Room 125
  • QuickBooks A/R & A/P
    06/25/14 06:00 PM - 07/02/14 09:00 PM

    This intermediate course is designed to put the student in a simulated real business environment managing both the Customers/Sales and Vendors/Expenses capabilities in QuickBooks. Accounts Receivable transactions include creating customer and job lists, setting up item (product) lists, creating quotes, tracking employee time for customer jobs, applying customer payments, journal entries, and accounts receivable reporting. Accounts Payable transactions include setting up vendors, preferences, processing vendor invoices, credit card statement payments, applying invoices to customer jobs, batch and single check process, voiding checks, journal entries, and Account Payable reporting. QuickBooks for Small Businesses or good working knowledge of navigating QuickBooks is a prerequisite. 2 sessions(6 hours).

    Cost:  $95.00

    Course #: NBS 202 S1

    (For more information on the Accounting & QuickBooks Certificate program please call Deniese Hicks at 973-684-6126 or email dhicks@pccc.edu).

     


    Location: Public Safety Academy, 300 Oldham Road, Wayne 07470 Room 125