The Academic Ecosystems of CUNY Students: “As long as I could sit, I’ll study”

Amphitheater Auditorium

When: January 22, 2015 @ 9:30 - 10:30am Where: Amphitheater Auditorium All Welcome. DESCRIPTION: As commuter students, our CUNY undergraduates are constantly on the move, and they may find themselves studying as much off-campus as on. With the complexities of their college, family, work, and personal lives, our students must employ various strategies to find time

From Microbes to Stars: A Living Lab General Education Symposium


Date: October 23, 2015 Time: 8:30am - 1:30pm Venue: N119 Highlighting the integrative and interdisciplinary nature of general education at City Tech, the Symposium will celebrate the College's adoption of the Living Lab initiatives and the release of L4, the Living Lab Learning Library, City Tech’s new online resource exchange for innovative teaching activities, while

The African American Studies Department Presents Harlem: Urban Renewal, Tourism & Gentrification by Professor Susan Phillip


Date: Tuesday, April 12, 2016 Time: 2:45 – 4 PM Location: A-632 Co-Sponsored by: The Interdisciplinary Committee A “Knowing Black New York” Event Featuring Student Reflections on "Knowing Brooklyn" The College-wide General Education Committee “Gen Edge” Theme For additional Information, Please Contact Dionne Bennett (AFR):

How Do We Teach Quantitative Literacy at City Tech?

N-227 A

Date:  Tuesday, April 12, 2016 Venue:  The Faculty Commons, Namm 227 Time:  4:00-5:15 p.m. RSVP to Prof. Nadia Benakli:   In this workshop, you will learn about the work and services provided by our Quantitative Literacy Fellows Program. Using a hands on approach to QL, the fellows will identify more opportunities to teach quantitative literacy across