Scholarly Publishing Clinic

Learn how to pick the best journal or publisher for your article or book, retain rights as an author, create a Google Scholar profile or search alert, use Academic Works

CUNY 1969 | Panel Event

What We Learn from a Year of Unrest, Student Activism, and the Struggle for Black and Puerto Rican Representation at CUNY Where: Baruch College Vertical Campus, Room NVC 14-280 Live

Good Trouble: A Speaker Series

New Academic Building A-205

Architects, academics and change makers consider solutions to some of the most pressing problems in the built environment. Organized by AIA Brooklyn & City Tech Department of Architectural Technology Where: New

WAC: Developing Your WI Syllabus

One of the challenges in writing-intensive instruction is developing a syllabus that weaves together course content with WAC principles to improve student writing and facilitate their writing process. In this

Works in the Works series: Epistemological Constructions

Epistemological Constructions: The Eternal Struggle with the Real and Virtual in Architecture The built environment masks a multitude of virtual manifestations of itself that were engaged in the course of

International Mother Language Day

As a space dedicated to language, the Writing Center looks forward to celebrating International Mother Language Day on Tuesday, Feb. 21st from 1pm-3pm in L-632 (the faculty lounge in the Library Building).

Priority Town Hall on Transfer of Credits

Dear CUNY Faculty and Staff, Last week, I wrote to you to share our new initiative regarding transfer and seek your support on behalf of our students. Although much progress