RF CUNY Brown Bag Research Webinars: PIVOT Refresher

Targeted Audience: all CUNY faculty and studentsPresenters: PIVOT Staff Overview of Webinar: Pivot is an online tool that helps users connect with global and local research opportunities. Learn how researchers can leverage the site to discover new funding opportunities. This webinar is suitable for those seeking a Pivot refresher and/or new faculty interested in learning

Faculty Friday: Culturally Responsive Pedagogy

In recognition of Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSI) Week please join a Faculty Friday discussion: Culturally Responsive PedagogyShare your experiences and hear from colleagues, including members of the newly-formed HSI Committee, as we consider curriculum, assignments, and strategies designed to empower, enrich, and acknowledge every member of our diverse community of learners. Suggested reading attached — see especially pages 12-14. Find this and a

Works in the Works: Resisting State Domination: Exploring Hong Kong’s Press Coverage of the Sino-Africa Trade

Speaker: Zheng Zhu, Humanities Department This talk analyzes a Hong Kong-based newspaper's representation of African countries and how it constructs the mainland government's neo-imperialistic domination of Sino-Africa trade relations. The findings reveal that The South China Morning Post, a privately-owned Hong Kong newspaper, criticizes the Chinese government's exploitation of the African continent by adopting the

Introduction to O.E.R. & the Open Textbook Library

You're invited to learn more about free and open educational resources (O.E.R.) and how they can support instruction and student access to course materials. Participants are encouraged to bring questions; no level of familiarity with O.E.R. is required. Workshops will be conducted remotely over Zoom.  This workshop will provide an introduction to open educational resources (O.E.R.) and get you started locating open

The 23rd Semi-Annual Research Mixer

Would you like to engage City Tech students in your research project(s)? Are you seeking research mentees? Would you like to meet a cohort of our best, our brightest, and our most promising students? Are you interested in learning more about funded research opportunities at City Tech? If you answered yes to any of the above questions, then please

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