A group for the people interested in NLP work at the Graduate Center
This interdisciplinary seminar will explore concepts and methods from both critical theory and software studies. It is taught by Prof. Susan Buck-Morss (Political Science), and Prof. Lev Manovich (Computer Science).
This group is for those interested in and doing research involving mobile technology. The group is intended to encompass a broad range of methodologies (e.g., quantitative, qualitative, participatory-action, […]
This is a collaborative group workspace and website for thinking alongside students about the kinds of spaces for learning and writing that have been created – and challenged — by administration, activist s […]
The American Studies Student Group is a discussion group at the CUNY Graduate Center that invites students and faculty from all programs to share current scholarship, interests, and ideas about American Studies. […]
For the Fall 2015 semester.
A group for students and faculty from the Social/Personality Psychology Program and their friends.
This group is initiated by Francesca Canade Sautman in conjunction with the three-year seminar ”Food, Power, Exchange and Identity: Food and Foodstuffs in the French and Francophone Worlds” run by the Henri Peyre […]
This group is sponsored by LILAC (Library Information Literacy Advisory Committee). We hope it will become a platform to discuss the teaching role of librarians, and the importance of information literacy as a […]
Informal group looking for regularly scheduled pick-up basketball.
Private course group for students in ENGL 87400: Text Transformations, offered at the Graduate Center, CUNY during the Spring 2015 […]
The goal of this group is to inform, innovate and inspire the Design, Development and Evaluation of Accessible and Affordable Information and Communication technologies to enhance population Health. We hope to […]
Space for CUNY WAC Coordinators to communicate and share information.
A group to use during user testing
This group is being used for user testing of CUNY Academic Commons.
Group for Lehman College faculty, staff and administrators.
Faculty and staff interested in improving the union and the collective bargaining agreement and saving the Welfare Fund
Lost & Found; the CUNY Poetics Initiative is a Graduate Center based research and publication project working with and through the Center for the Humanities.
The Language, Society, and Culture SIG was created as a forum for sharing research interests within the domains of linguistics and sociolinguistics. The group emerged from the Language, Society, and Culture FIG […]
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