The group for Roman Architecture Course (PhD Program in Classics), taught by E. Macaulay-Lewis, Spring 2015
A Private group for the faculty and staff of BMCC’s Media Arts & Technology Department.
This group is for all faculty and staff who would like to explore e-learning teaching topics at BMCC of all kinds. We will explore effective ways to involve students in meaningful discussions, how to support […]
This is a space for the LACUNY Professional Development Committee to share information and respond to the interests of the LACUNY community.
Prof. Kanu A. Nagra (Co-chair)
Prof. Alexandra de Luise (Co-chair)
This group is a CAT Subcommittee formed to discuss topics and ideas related to impact of ”disruptive” technologies within CUNY.
Lehman College offers a rich and diverse array of professional development activities for faculty within and across schools and disciplines. Bringing together information and conversations about these activities […]
The Lehman Teaching & Learning Commons (LTLC) has a threefold mission and three levels of common spaces to further investigations into the theory and practice of teaching and learning at Lehman College. Our […]
Group for Lehman College faculty, staff and administrators.
This group is a space for faculty and students in the PhD Program in English to discuss matters like faculty appointments and curriculum.
The Feminist Studies Group (FSG) at the Graduate Center promotes feminist thought, theory, practices, research, and good times at the GC and beyond.
In 1976, Italian Americans were designated an ”affirmative action” group. In 1979 the Italian American Institute to Foster Higher Education was formed by NY State Legislators, which was eventually transformed […]
A group emerging from the Renaissance Studies Certificate Program with the aim of creating an interdisciplinary network of scholars working in the Renaissance/Early Modern.
A community of practice comprised of CUNY nursing educators (full time, adjunct and clinical instructors) as well as other health professions educators and staff devoted to improving teaching and learning […]
The DOE CUNY Library Collaborative pursues opportunities to better align New York City’s two public education systems. The Collaborative works with multiple constituencies to address issues of curriculum, […]
In this introductory seminar, we will consider changing concepts of childhood and adolescence from a variety of cultures and historical periods. What do we mean by “childhood” or “adolescence” and what is at […]
2014 Course for Urban Education students
A group for students in the Fall 2014 CUNY GC course ENGL 70000: Intro to Doctoral Studies
Group avatar by Pietro Bellini
a group for current and former students, faculty, and staff of the CUNY Graduate Center Certificate Program in Interactive Technology and Pedagogy (http://web.gc.cuny.edu/itp/)
The Digital Studies Group (DSG) brings together CUNY faculty members, researchers, and doctoral students interested in a broad range of intellectual, cultural, economic, legal, and pedagogical issues related to […]
Welcome! This group will serve as the outreach arm of the LACUNY Adjunct & Substitute Roundtable, as well as a site for adjunct and substitute librarians to share information with each other.
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