A number of you have emailed me about registration, and now is the time to REGISTER! The Hunter College administration would like it if you’d all register by the end of this week so they have an idea about enrollments for the fall. Here are the classes for this fall:
- Monday, 5:35pm (MOI: in person):
- “Thinking Critically in a Digital So…
- Monday, 5:35pm (MOI: in person):
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Jessie Daniels started the topic Program Learning Objectives & Your Digital Portfolios in the forum Sociology M.S. in Social Research 1 week, 5 days ago
In the summer internship class, we talked about program learning objectives (PLO’s), why they’re important, where they come from, a little about the history, context and research surrounding digital portfolios, and how to integrate the PLO’s into your digital portfolios. If you’re in the 718/719 course series for the summer, this is required…[Read more]
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Jessie Daniels started the topic CUNY for the Arts – deeply discounted tickets for you! in the forum Sociology M.S. in Social Research 3 weeks ago
CUNY has been selected to participate in TDF’s Broadway Passport Series, a limited-time opportunity that allows members of our community to purchase $20 and $40 tickets to nearly two dozen Broadway shows. CUNY students, faculty and staff are invited to join this free program. We’re very excited about this unique opportunity, which was extended onl…[Read more]
This lecture, “Public Interest Technology and Your Internships,” (from Wednesday, 7/13/22) is required for those in the 718/719 course this summer, and will be of interest to all those in the program.
Jessie Daniels started the topic Algorithmic Reparation Workshop, University of Michigan, Sept.30-Oct.1 in the forum Sociology M.S. in Social Research 3 weeks, 6 days ago
This is an exciting, and zero-cost-to-apply, opportunity from colleagues at University of Michigan. I hope some of you will consider applying or attending!
Background and Purpose
Machine learning has an inequality problem that is now widespread and well known. The field of…[Read more]
There is a possible administrative job in the sociology department office opening beginning in September, 2022.
If approved, the position would require some tech skills (website updates, help faculty with instructional tech) and a familiarity with (or willingness to learn) CUNY administrative software. This is a full-time (35 hours/week) with…[Read more]
Jessie Daniels started the topic Vital Circulations: Vital Data Symposium (Free Online Event) in the forum Sociology M.S. in Social Research 1 month ago
This looks to be a very cool (and free) online event hosted by the British Sociological Association – Digital Sociology group. This will be especially appealing to those with a deep interest in theorizing the digital. Further information below (copy/pasted from an email, hence the British spellings.)
Friday July 22nd 2022
Online – Z…[Read more]
Please save the dates October 28-29, 2022 (Friday-Saturday) for this important event.
There will be a Public Interest Technology-University Network (PIT-UN) Convening on this date and it will be hosted by CUNY.
The Public Interest Technology University Network (PIT-UN), is a partnership that unites 48 colleges and universities, in order to build…[Read more]
<p style=”font-weight: 400;”>The Digital Sociology Collective is thrilled to announce its 2nd annual unConference, a hybrid event that will take place at University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill.
<p style=”font-weight: 400;”>Dates: September 15-17th, 2022
<p style=”font-weight: 400;”>Hosted by The Center for Information, Technology and Public…[Read more]
Just a quick heads up that I sent out emails today to everyone enrolled (or, intending to enroll) in the 718/719 sequence. There are two groups of you: the “general” group, doing a wide variety of internships and the CTFR group, working with me on our project begun in the spring.
If you did NOT get an email from me today, please send me a quick…[Read more]
The Digital Sociology Lab at VCU is offering summer workshops — all online, all on Saturdays –that might be of interest for some in the program, either as a refresher or an introduction to new insights and methods.
- Introduction to Critical UX Research (July 16)
- Introduction to Sentiment Analysis (July 23)
- Scrapping, Mining, Grabbing…
Several of you have emailed me requests to register for the fall semester, but the schedule that’s up now is not the final one. There is a new fall schedule on the way and it will look like this:
- Monday, 5:30 (MOI: in person):
- “Thinking Critically in a Digital Society” (GSR 701) (DeGloma)
- Tuesday, 5:30 (MOI: in person):
- Monday, 5:30 (MOI: in person):
Good news! Summer Classes are available for registration:
- GSR 718
- GSR 719 (Summer II)
Are both up on CUNYFirst now and you should be able to register for them. If you haven’t already sent me your unique student number (EMPL ID#), please email me directly and I’ll add permissions for you. Both of these courses are required to finish the…[Read more]
Jessie Daniels started the topic TOMORROW afternoon (Wednesday, 5/11) join the Sociology Department! in the forum Sociology M.S. in Social Research 3 months ago
The Sociology department will hold a series of events and celebrations on Wednesday May 11 in the Hunter West Faculty Dining Room, 8th floor.
undergraduate research conference
Capstone Poster Presentations
1:00pm-2:00pm – Many of the undergraduates in sociology will present their research as posters, and everyone is invited to walk th…[Read more]
Jessie Daniels started the topic End of Semester Check-in: Internships & Digital Portfolios in the forum Sociology M.S. in Social Research 3 months ago
I’m offering an end-of-semester check-in for everyone in the program, on Thursday, 19 May, at 5:30pmET (zoom info below). We’ll focus mainly on internships and digital portfolios.
Everyone should come, if you can.
Topic: Internships + Digital Portfolios
Time: May 19, 2022 05:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Join Zoom…[Read more]
Jessie Daniels started the topic Even MORE Workshops this Summer: ICPSR (UMichigan) in the forum Sociology M.S. in Social Research 3 months, 2 weeks ago
The University of Michigan’s ICPSR Summer Program will be offered in a hybrid format, with in-person classes for those who can attend in Ann Arbor and online access in either a synchronous or asynchronous mode. The dates for the main four-week sessions will extend from June 20 to July 15 for the first session, and from July 18 to August 12 for the…[Read more]
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