CUNY Office of Academic Affairs Group to work on OAA Goal.
This is the closed group for the EDR 605 Writing Workshop spring 2014 and will focus on the advancement of writing skills through intensive writing, modeling, and multiple drafting in a workshop context. Critical […]
What’s up with B.H.? What can we learn about the future of composition, embodiment, and new media by studying his work?
This groups was created to promote communication and dialogue between College Now campuses across the CUNY system
This is the working group for Quantitative Research Methods (UED 741)
To address the African presence in the Americas though scholarly research and public programming.
Members of the group would share the best ways to install and secure Wordprss.
The LACUNY@75 Committee will be responsible for coming up with a program that celebrates and illustrates how the Library Association of the City University of New York was formed back in March 1939 and has been in […]
Hunter’s Academic Center for Excellence in Research and Teaching (ACERT) and the Arts Across the Curriculum initiative (AAC) Teaching Scholarship Circle on integrating the arts across the academic disciplines.
This is a group for all members of Queens College Technology Fee Committee to conduct group discussion live and on line.
The Tech Fee Budget, Project and other information can be found on the myQC […]
Test group to dosomething
DH Praxis Spring 2014 seminar project with Melanie Locay, Adam Wagner, Sarah Welsh, Amy Wolfe and Evonne Zitouni
Discuss Matters of Concern and Issues Regarding Workplace Bullying and Harassment.
We voice or share experiences of unfair employment practices.
A general group for English doctoral students at the Grad Center. Use the group forum to organize, share ideas, and talk about anything from publishing and conferences to grad life.
People from 205 East 42nd Street share discoveries for a great lunch, a bit of culture, a shoemaker etc.
The Commons group for Urban Ed doctoral students
We are a group of educators and scholars coming together at CCNY/CWE to learn about, develop, and design online courses.
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 […]
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