Bringing together comp/rhet teachers and scholars across the CUNY system.
Come join us on the wiki, as well!
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ESS: 1 is dedicated to exploring the the multidisciplinary theoretical bases and substantive concerns of Environmental Social Science
Let’s talk about what should be done about Bb, fallback options in case of Bb outages, and possible permanent alternatives in terms of an LMS.
Known as the American Renaissance, the four decades leading up to the Civil War saw landmark meditations on race and slavery by William Wells Brown, Frederick Douglass, and Harriet Jacobs; innovations in rhetoric […]
This group was created to serve as a hub for information and communications for faculty teaching at the CUNY School of Professional Studies and to assist new faculty in getting oriented at SPS. Click on Forum on […]
A private group for students in the 2015-2016 Digital Praxis Seminar
A group for Hunter faculty hosted by Hunter’s Academic Center for Excellence in Research and Teaching (ACERT). ACERT fosters a community in which faculty use innovative pedagogy, technology, and assessment to […]
A group for faculty and staff interested in COIL education at CUNY.
For History students, faculty,and alumni.
Collaborative Space for Urban Education Cohort 15
This is a private group used by the CUNY Academic Commons Community Team to plan and develop enhancements to the site.
Photo Credit: Virgin Media apprentices at the Brathay Apprentice Challenge by Apprenticeships.
The Mellon Committee for the Study of Religion at the CUNY Graduate Center
A meta-group for all of the Commons’ group admins so that the CUNY Academic Commons team can share information and keep you updated about changes to the site (and especially the Group interface). This group will […]
Intro to MALS: Demystifying Technological Environments
Joan Greenbaum/ Fall 2015/ Tuesdays 6:30-8:30
MALS 70000  Room 3212
email@example.com/ office: 6304.25
This course critically examines […]
This group will provide graduate students in Hunter College’s Diversity in the American School (CEDF 7152) with a platform to share course materials and contribute writing posts.
Creative Practices is a platform for teacher interaction that invites members to contribute and review lesson plans, teaching materials, and activities focusing on the arts (music, visual arts, film/photography, […]
Philosophy PhD & Masters Students at the Graduate Center, City University of New York.
Make a post on our new student-run, student-oriented page philosophy.commons.gc.cuny.edu ! As a member of the philosophy […]
Research with Children and Youth: Cross Disciplinary Perspectives
Tuesdays 4.15pm to 6.15pm, Room 6114
212 817 1902
Applied Research in Children’s Studies | Children & Youth Studies | Brooklyn College
CHST 4200 Fall 2015 TR9
Instructor: J. Tang
A group emerging from the Renaissance Studies Certificate Program with the aim of creating an interdisciplinary network of scholars working in the Renaissance/Early Modern.
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