A group of faculty members at QCC dedicated to improving our composition courses using through collaboration and digital resources.
UFS Student Affairs Committee
All things Marketing & Communications related.
This group is designed for members of the University Seminar on Teaching and Learning, a project that arose from CUNY’s involvement with the Carnegie Academy for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. […]
For administrators, professors and other math professionals to come together to share and discuss math at CUNY.
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For course: Spring 2013 The School Reform Agenda U-ED 75200 20585 (Graduate Center),
Spring 2013 Politics Contemp Urban Educ MALS 78200 20436 (Graduate Center)
We are a group of educators and administrators from five CUNY colleges (Brooklyn College, City College of New York, Hunter College, Lehman College and Queens College) who are interested in collaboration and […]
For those working to create a COMHE film series for the East Harlem/Harlem communities, with collaborate programming.
This is a group for coordinating administration of academic programs in Community Health (BS, MPH, and DPH) at the CUNY School of Public Health at Hunter College and the Graduate Center.
Fall 2011 FNES 636 Student Blogs
Welcome to the Archaeology at the Graduate Center Group page! It would be great if this could be the go-to place for important announcements (upcoming events, field schools, grant announcements, etc), First […]
Blackboard posts and blog
A working group aimed at fostering a vision for a Digital GC.
The SSA represents all students in sociology at the CUNY Graduate Center
We are the CUNY Common Core Course Review Committee for English Composition.
LING72800 – Introduction to Learnability Theory – Spring 2013
LING73100 – Structure of a Language: Classical Chinese – Spring 2013
This is a private group for the Skunkworks via response trial.
Committee charged with overseeing the QR-Initiative at York
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.
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