A central location for teaching, exam, and other Anthro materials, as well as a potential forum for discussions.
Working group of doctoral students involved in analysis of the Social Position and Family Formation (SPAFF) in-depth interview data set.
Faculty and colleagues empowering Students
The mentoring program will serve as a significant unit of City College by fostering the retention, academic success and graduation of our students .This program will […]
IDS Search Pilot (Beta Catalog)
Representatives from Baruch College, City College, CUNY Graduate Center, and LaGuardia Community College.
We get together and get awesome.
A discussion of the future direction of the English Program.
This is the closed group for the EDR 605 Writing Workshop and will focus on the advancement of writing skills through intensive writing, modeling, and multiple drafting in a workshop context. Critical and […]
”Learning Inside and Outside the Classroom”, this year’s CUE Conference on May 2nd at LaGuardia Community College features Dr. George D. Kuh as keynote speaker. Our conference web site, including program […]
Office of Library Services Working Group on Academic Commons.
1st/2nd-year US research seminar
Community site for LaGuardia New Media Technology faculty
my anthro webpage
This is a communications hub for the participants in the Science Education Summit at Macaulay on January 10-12, 2014.
The Science Cookies avatar is courtesy of Ryan Soma on Flickr, under a Creative Commons license.
For the planning and creation of an Experimental Psychology teacher toolbox @ Hunter College
This group is a shared space for Graduate Center Music Students and Professors to share resources. The files are divided into different categories, including a syllabi share, exam prep materials, and professional […]
This is a private group site for the ad hoc subcommittee of the CUNY Committee on Academic Technology devoted to identity verification, and more specifically to drafting a position statement on that for Middle […]
Space to brainstorm about this new initiative, you can add your ideas, and provide feedback
This seminar will examine the pedagogical and cultural implications of new media and digital, ”silicon literacies.”
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