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Nursing Educators at CUNY

A place for CUNY nursing educators to share news and content, ask questions, and collaborate on anything of interest to the community. We hope this group will serve as an open forum for information exchange and networking across the 13 schools and programs of nursing at CUNY.

Members are encouraged to share news and developments from their campus, explore teaching strategies and instructional technology, circulate upcoming conferences and events, post articles and job opportunities, and more.

Originally a learning space for members of the New York City Nursing Education Consortium in Technology (NYCNECT), we welcome colleagues who share a passion for preparing nursing students to become expert clinicians and, in turn, to improve the safety and quality of patient care.

Moderators Wanted!

We are looking for volunteers interested in moderating this group. If you would like to take a more active role in facilitating discussion and sharing news and resources with the community, please contact Shawn McGinniss at



Teaching Excellence

  • As I read through this module, what stayed with me is “teaching excellence” , which is much desired by both faculty and students and of course academic institutions. I personally define “teaching excellence” as a stage that needs to be achieved and there are many ways we can reach that stage, but it cannot be achieved alone, educators need institution support, student support and resources to do so. Personally being a doctoral student and a full-time faculty, I understand the amount of support and encouragement that I need to get to the stage of “teaching excellence”, but the question is how well do we feel supported?
    Thanks for reading!

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