Works in The Works – Benito Mendoza, Harnessing the Power of Generative AI

Speaker: Prof. Benito Mendoza, Computer Engineering Technology Department Abstract: In the last couple of years, Artificial intelligence (AI) has become a predominant buzzword, especially after the release of ChatGPT. Generative AI (GenAI) is a subfield of AI focused on developing models that can generate new content, such as images, text, audio, or even video. ChatGPT is

WAC Workshop: Effective Assignment Design

This faculty workshop will cover a number of assignment design strategies that emphasize active learning through student writing. Developing effective writing assignments helps students retain and critically think about course content. In this workshop, faculty will have the chance to discuss and enhance their own writing assignments.   Note: Participants are encouraged to bring to the workshop an assignment they taught or

​Bring the Noise: Hip Hop at 50 and Til Infinity

Using an NPR segment of Pop Culture Happy Hour, namely, “The hip-hop verse that changed my life,” as a point of departure, AFR's “‘Bring the Noise’: Hip Hop at 50 and Til Infinity” is an interactive hip hop exhibit that celebrates the 50th anniversary of hip hop.  It will feature hip hop memorabilia, including books, magazines, albums, etc.

Get Evidence! Scholarly Metrics for Your PARSE and CV

Scholarly Publishing Workshops from the Library These workshops support your publishing and teach you how to make yourself more visible and how to document the impact of your work. Covers Google Scholar Profile for citations and Google Scholar for journal rankings, Scimago for journal rankings, Altmetric Attention Scores for social media, and download reports from

PARSE Workshop: What to Include & Where

Overview of the reappointment, tenure, and promotion process, and detailed guidance on creating a clear, organized, and effective PARSE. Register HERE

PARSE Cumulative Self-Evaluation Workshop

The Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) team is once again offering the two-part PARSE Cumulative Self Evaluation workshop this spring 2024: Part 1: Participants are expected to complete this Self-Paced Workshop and create a draft before registering for Part 2. The PPT slides explain the process and also include the registration link. Part 2: This synchronous

Publication Support Workshop Series

The Publications Support Workshop Series is designed to support new faculty, faculty from disciplines where training is not typically focused on publication, as well as mid-career and senior faculty seeking to reenergize or refocus their scholarly activities.  Presentations by Profs. Diana Samaroo & Sandie Han – Educational research and publishing – components of an educational

Works in the Works presents Evolution of an Artificial Music Improvisation System

Speaker: Prof. Adam Wilson, Entertainment Technology Abstract: This talk will describe past and current efforts to leverage artificial intelligence techniques in the development of an interactive software agent capable of improvising music with input from A human performer. Topics to be discussed include the philosophical justification for incorporation of artificial agents in music improvisation, the

HSI General Committee Meeting

Room A209 2024 is a big year, an election year! Your opinion, your voice, matters. The Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) Steering Committee invites you to a conversation about amplifying our perspectives, analyzing media sources, and more, with special attention to CUNY and NYC resources. Refreshments will be provided.

Get Organized! Zotero Basics

Scholarly Publishing Workshops from the Library These workshops support your publishing and teach you how to make yourself more visible and how to document the impact of your work. Attendees will learn the capabilities of this powerful, free open-source reference management software program. The session covers the functionalities of the Zotero client, adding the Zotero