This group is working with the New York City Department of Education on a study of high schools which best serve Latinos and emergent bilinguals.
Hog all the letters!
A group for LGBTQIA/Queer/PostFoucauldian whatever we’re calling (or not calling) ourselves members of the CUNY Community to hang out, share research, plan events, etc. This would also be […]
This Group is open to faculty, staff, students, Alumni and Beloved Community Members seeking to explore the Contemplative Lawyering Program @ CUNY Law (CCULP).
This digital space is part of the knowledge base […]
This group was formed in support of the Library series ”21st Century Research @ The Hunter College Libraries”. This is a place to discuss the events, skills ant tools presented, or whatever else the community […]
The group is for students enrolled in section 5 of History 151: US History from the Colonial Era to the Civil War during the fall semester of 2013.
This is the group site for the second core course in the CUNY Graduate Center’s Interactive Technology & Pedagogy certificate program.
This group is for anyone who is interested in matters pertaining to planning and mounting exhibits around CUNY.
A group of like-minded educators interested in sharing, critiquing and expanding upon each other’s use of experiential learning in his/her teaching.
Online environment for the COMHE faculty of the CUNY School of Public Health at Hunter College
This is the 2012 Research in HIV Intervention: Skills for the Community (RHISC) Virtual Conference site.
Multicultural is broadly defined to include ethnicity, race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, and ability. The purpose of this Roundtable is to enable libraries, library faculty and staff to reach out to […]
This is the group site for the first core course in the CUNY Graduate Center’s Interactive Technology & Pedagogy certificate program.
NCC Working Group
This is a general discussion forum for all of the Stage I planning committee members for the New Community College Initiative.
Student Organizing for Movement Forward.
Over the last year, many changes have been made to the psychology doctoral program structure and governance. As students, we are concerned about the extent to which […]
SPS Science and Math Academic Community
Related SPS Groups on the Commons
SPS General Education Academic Community Leaders – A private space for the academic community leaders of gen […]
SPS CIS, Philosophy, and Econ Academic Community
SPS General Education Academic Community Leaders – A private space for the academic community leaders […]
The National Latino Education Research and Policy Project (NLERAP) is a more than twelve-year-old consortium of universities and community-based organizations that has come together to provide school-based, […]
Diversity and the Inclusive Classroom
This site accompanies the session ”The Good Stuff: Using High-End Educational Technologies to Teach Legal Research” to be held at AALL Annual Meeting 2013.
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