Deadline: CUNY Research Scholars Program 2021-2022 Applications

The CUNY Research Scholars Program provides a $4000 stipend ($1000 in Fall, $1000 in Spring and $2000 in Summer) for full-time students enrolled in Associate program or in Bachelor program with less than 50 credits for conducting research with a faculty member. Faculty mentors will also receive $1000 per student as summer salary in June 2022. The purpose of

Deadline: Honors Credit in a Regular Course Invitation

We invite you to consider mentoring talented students as part of City Tech’s Honors Scholars Program. City Tech encourages students who have demonstrated high academic achievement to undertake honors-level work in any course. Honors work normally involves substantial independent research and/or projects in addition to the standard requirements of the course. Specific expectations for honors

Faculty Publication Support Workshop Series

Welcome! Overview of program. A few words by program alumni, Profs. Allison Berkoy,  and Nanette Johnson Emilie Boone – Funding and other opportunities within CUNY. Pam Brown - Introduction to undergraduate research opportunities for advancing your scholarship. Register HERE and a ZOOM link will be sent immediately to your inbox.Questions: ssmith@citytech.cuny.edu View flyer of series

Health, Health Care, Health Disparities Among Latinx Populations

In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, please join our CUNY Institute for Health Equity panel event. The focus will be on Latinx healthcare issues. All CUNY faculty, staff and students are invited to attend on Zoom. See attachments for registration information. This initiative is endorsed by multiple Institutes at CUNY (Mexican Studies Institute; Center for Puerto Rican Studies

OLAC: Transitioning to Hybrid Courses 2

Professor Amit Mehrotra and Dr. Karen Lundstrem This presentation will provide you with ideas and suggestions on how to design your hybrid course. Actual examples from some effective courses will be shown. There will also be time for you to ask questions about your own courses for this semester or the spring. More information on

RF CUNY Brown Bag Research Webinars: NIH Support for Research Excellence (SuRE) and SuRE First Grants

Targeted Audience: CUNY faculty in the biomedical sciences with limited or no history of NIH grant supportPresenters: John Tsapogas-Director RF-Office of Award Pre-Proposal Support and Pablo Peixoto, Assistant Professor, Baruch College/Graduate Center Overview of Webinar: The SuRE and SuRE First programs, are research capacity building programs designed to develop and sustain research excellence in U.S.

Faculty Friday: Leveraging the Literature Review

Prof. Monica Berger will discuss - finding target journals for publishing your work; getting a bird’s-eye view of your topic; conducting the literature review; using Google Scholar, citation managers, and link resolvers; assessing journals and avoiding predatory journals. Register

OLAC: Transitioning to Hybrid Courses 3

Professor Sue Brandt and Dr. Karen Lundstrem This presentation will provide you with ideas and suggestions on how to design your hybrid course. Actual examples from some effective courses will be shown. There will also be time for you to ask questions about your own courses for this semester or the spring. More information on