This is to test if you can upload files to a group and have them show up on a site
Led by Rick Repetti (History, Philosophy, and Political Science, Kingsborough Community College), a member of the CUNY Contemplatives Network and also of the Association for Contemplative Mind in Higher Education […]
The Friends of the Saints (FOS) is an informal workshop/discussion group of scholars dedicated to the study of hagiography, religious history, and comparative religion, founded over 20 years ago by the late […]
A place for faculty teaching JJC PAD 739 to share syllabi, readings, cases, and other resources that facilitate teaching the course consistently and successfully across multiple sections.
”STEAM” is an acronym for the fields of study of science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics. We hope to discuss the reasons, methods, and means to include arts and design in STEM fields education. The […]
Information about Neuroscience Training Grant efforts.
Just testing how groups work.
Yes. Moment: Une Revue de Photo is out…complete with its own imperfections.
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 stak […]
This is a group for writers at BMCC who want to be held accountable for writing.
This group brings together faculty, graduate students, and resources across the health sciences at CUNY. Please use this group to share information, plan cross-campus and local events, and to work on collaborative […]
This group is limited to its committee members.
A working group for the faculty and staff of the Performing and Fine Arts Department at York College.
This is a CUNY GC DSC Chartered Organization, formed to share ideas and information on the social, political and environmental dynamics of food systems, practices & cultures, production & consumption, and food […]
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.
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