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Learning the Business of Sports
The Mount now offers a sports management minor (for non-Business majors) and concentration for Business majors. Students learn what it takes to succeed in one of the top industries in the U.S. through classroom visits from seasoned professionals, intensive projects, guest lectures, and internships. Students in the program also have the opportunity to take advantage of the Mount’s NYC location by volunteering at events for the New York Mets, the New York City Marathon, and others. Formore information, visit www.mountsaintvincent.edu/sportsmanagement 

Bienvenido Latin American Studies Minor
The Department of Modern Languages is now offering a minor in Latin American Studies. The Latin American Studies minor is designed to provide students with greater awareness, appreciation, and understanding of the diverse people and cultures in Latin America. The program is an area-specific cultural studies alternative to the Spanish minor, which allows students to take up to two courses from other departments, making them more versatile in an increasingly competitive global job market. For more information, visit www.mountsaintvincent.edu/latinamericanstudies

Learn English at the Mount’s Institute for Immigrant Concerns
The Mount’s Institute for Immigrant Concerns has recently launched an English Program for International Students. The Mount’s Intensive American - English Language Program (IAELP) for International Students provides an integrated skills approach. Students acquire the English skills to speak fluently and confidently and to write accurately in preparation for their future academic goals. Students enrolled in the IAELP Program qualify for the I-20 Visa. For more information about this innovative program, call the Institute for Immigrant Concerns at (212) 421-9538, or visit www.mountsaintvincent.edu/iic

Mount Alumnus Walter Galiano, Jr. Named Top Teacher in New York City
CMSV alumnus Walter Galiano ’04, M.A. ’06 was rated the top teacher among 18,000 NYC public school teachers in the City’s Teacher Data Reports, a controversial attempt to assess exactly how much individual teachers impact the progress of their students, using demographics and past student performance on tests, among other factors, to gauge the best and worst educators in the five boroughs. According to an article in the New York Times, Mr. Galiano taught for nearly a decade at P.S. 205 near the Bronx Zoo and was promoted to Assistant Principal of P.S. 69 in the Bronx in 2010.