The Pearl Kibre Medieval Study (PKMS) is an interdisciplinary student group that organizes academic and social events throughout the school year. We welcome students from all academic disciplines whether or not […]
A working group aimed at fostering a vision for a Digital GC.
The University Office of Communications and Marketing invites you to join the CUNY Web Developers Council. We meet quarterly to network, share ideas, discuss best practices and explore new technologies in web […]
For students in Ashna Ali’s ENG130 course, ”Writing about Literature: Novels of the Global Present”. Writing assignments and discussion posts will be shared and peer edited in this CUNY Commons Group through […]
Group for directors of CUNY Centers for Teaching and Learning, and others interested in pedagogy and faculty development.
Chief Diversity Officers (CDOs) have diversity and compliance leadership responsibility at each campus and in the central office. This communications channel is designed to enable CDOs to share best practices, […]
LACUNY Privacy Roundtable
Great Digs 2016 Prof. Macaulay-Lewis’ Course
DSC-chartered organization interested in depictions, representations, and discussions about utopian/dystopian visions, fantasy, science fiction, and other forms of imagined or possible futures.
This group has been created for all non/inter-departmental groups at The GC that host regular workshops throughout the semester.
The purpose of this group is to help all of us organize and maintain a diverse and […]
CUNY Women in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) is a transdisciplinary group open to the CUNY community. We aim to link-up STEM oriented campus-based groups and create a virtual hub that […]
The Challenging and Supporting Transfer Students group will meet to discuss perceptions and interventions that affect transfer student success from both student and faculty perspectives. Faculty who participate […]
The John Jay College Graduate Pedagogies Community of Practice focuses on questions of how we teach our graduate students, particularly those in professional degree programs. Group members will explore and share […]
The John Jay College Experiential Learning Community of Practice meets to share best practices and questions in experiential learning for our students. This group will explore how supporting and modeling the […]
The John Jay College Practical Teaching Community of Practice focuses on introducing, modelling, and sharing effective, hands-on strategies for classroom learning and management, many of which also apply to online […]
The John Jay College Online-Digital Teaching Community of Practice is designed to build on the online teaching and learning initiatives at John Jay College, such as the Spring 2016 Discover, Design, Develop (D3) […]
IMPLICIT BIAS refers to the attitudes or stereotypes that affect our understanding, actions, and decisions in an unconscious manner. These biases, which encompass both favorable and unfavorable judgments, are […]
A group for faculty and staff interested in COIL education at CUNY.
The Junior Faculty Research Roundtable (JFRR) is a forum for untenured CUNY library faculty to discuss their research ideas, concerns, and experiences. JFRR holds regular meetings, maintain its own email list, and […]
The LACUNY Emerging Technologies Committee is dedicated to collaborative exploration of technologies that further the CUNY libraries’ missions. Through workshops, hack days, demoes, and other meetings, CUNY […]
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