For those who commute to work/class by bike (or want to start!), this group serves as a common space in which to discuss related issues, share news and concerns, and have a united presence in CUNY. Also on Twitter […]
A group for members of the LACUNY International Relations Roundtable, prospective members of the roundtable, and others interested in issues of international librarianship.
Co-chairs of the roundtable:
Group for MALS 71200, IDS 81610, WSCP & FSCP 81000 Fashion Film: The Cultures of Fashion. Prof. Paulicelli, Spring 2014
technics and media
A private group for the GC Center for Humanities digital fellows
A blog for ASCP 8100, Fall 2013
Group for Elizabeth Macaulay-Lewis’s Spring 2014 Islamic Art and Architecture course
Cohort 11 in the Urban Education department at CUNY GC
ENJOY THE STEM TEACHING WITH TECHNOLOGY LIVE!
This is the private course group connected to Dr. Jennifer Adams’s spring-summer 2014 course, ”UED 75200: Knowledge Building Community Context.”
This is an open group for American Studies scholars at all CUNY campuses. Join us for discussions of scholarship and the sharing of other information about interdisciplinary programs with an American focus.
Private group for English Discipline Council members.
CUNY Graduate Center Program Social Media Fellows
Prof. John Van Sickle
Wednesday, 6:30-8:30 pm, 3 credits
Graduate Center, Room 3207
Required of all CUNY students
This proseminar introduces students to selected approaches to the Greco-Roman world. Among […]
Food Studies is one of 13 concentrations at the Graduate Center. This group is for students interested in or already taking courses that count toward the concentration, and faculty that teach Food Studies-related […]
Resources, discussion boards, and all sorts of help for those conducting self-assessments at the College of Staten Island.
The committee’s charge is given in its first blog entry.
LING72300 – Semantics I – Spring 2013
The Mellon Committee for Interdisciplinary Science Studies at the CUNY Graduate Center
This course distills knowledge from the social sciences and humanities, presenting qualitative inquiry as an art and a science. You will learn to approach qualitative research as an iterative, “discovery” pro […]
A working space for the Committee on Globalization and Social Change
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