Faculty Friday: Using a Personal Website and Social Media to Promote Your Research and Creative Work

The Faculty Commons and the Library are hosting an informal panel of City Tech faculty who have developed personal websites and blogs to showcase their scholarship, creative works, and professional achievements. Hear tips and insights for effectively using the web and social media, including Twitter, to reach audiences beyond City Tech. Brief presentations from the

Faculty Friday: Visualizing Information:  A Day in the Life of a Data Journalist

Announcing a special Faculty Friday event ... all students, faculty, staff welcome! Joe Murphy from NBC News will speak about his experiences on the data and graphics desk at an international newsroom, covering—from a data angle—the pandemic, Mariah Carey, school shootings, and climate change, among other topics. Popular tasks include data collection, scraping, and analyzing;

Faculty Fridays: Book Contracts

All are welcome to this open presentation in the Faculty Publication Support Workshop Series. Presentation by Prof. Benjamin Shepard – obtaining book contracts, working with editors, peer review.

Faculty Friday: An Introduction to Learning Mindsets

Professor Mary Sue Donsky will provide a brief overview of Motivate Lab’s training programs in Learning Mindsets for CUNY faculty. It will cover the concept of learning mindsets (what students believe about themselves as learners and their learning environment) and explain why mindsets can be “meaningful, measurable and malleable.” The session will focus on three

Faculty Fridays: The Journal Editor’s Perspective

All are welcome to this open presentation in the Faculty Publication Support Workshop Series. Presentation by Prof. Richard Hanley – The journal editor’s perspective. Focus on the peer review process and working effectively with the editor.

Faculty Friday: Show & Tell – teaching tips!

Stop in for a short take or stay for the hour. Share your favorite success and take away something new to enhance your teaching. Representatives from WAC, READ, OpenLab, and others will be there to share tips, too. Register here and a ZOOM link will be sent immediately to your inbox.

Faculty Fridays: Increasing Your Visibility as a Scholar

All are welcome to this open presentation in the Faculty Publication Support Workshop Series. Presentation by Prof. Monica Berger –  Advanced Research Tips / Increasing Your Visibility as a Scholar: Google Scholar alerts refresher, creating a web presence and increasing your visibility using Google Scholar Profiles, Academic Works, and ORCID IDs.

Teaching Portfolio Workshop

The Teaching Portfolio is a valuable tool that asks us to look more closely at what we do in the classroom. Often referred to as a “Reflective” Teaching Portfolio, we view this document not only as a means to record our teaching experience, but as a way to reflect on what makes each of us

Teaching Portfolio Workshop

The Teaching Portfolio is a valuable tool that asks us to look more closely at what we do in the classroom. Often referred to as a “Reflective” Teaching Portfolio, we view this document not only as a means to record our teaching experience, but as a way to reflect on what makes each of us

Teaching Portfolio Workshop

The Teaching Portfolio is a valuable tool that asks us to look more closely at what we do in the classroom. Often referred to as a “Reflective” Teaching Portfolio, we view this document not only as a means to record our teaching experience, but as a way to reflect on what makes each of us