RF CUNY Brown Bag Research Webinars: Seminar for CUNY Graduate Students Seeking Grants

Overview of Webinar: This webinar will provide CUNY graduate students with information on funding opportunities that are available for them from Federal agencies and philanthropic nonprofit organizations. Students will be exposed to databases with information on funding opportunities where they can search for announcements in their specific area of research. The webinar will also address

Academic Works Demystified

What is Academic Works and how does it benefit you as a scholar? You will learn more about how and why publishers allow you to contribute to Academic Works and the many benefits to sharing your scholarship openly to you, your students, and the public.

ACERT at Hunter College Presents: Pedagogical Practices that Empower Students

Presenter: Laura Baecher (Curriculum and Teaching) Are you interested in how your teaching can be improved? Are you curious about teaching and learning innovations? How can you turn the efforts you put into improving your instruction into research publications? We invite you to this session that will introduce you to the basics of the Scholarship

RF CUNY Brown Bag Research Webinars: NSF Mid-Career Advancement Program (MCA)

Overview of Webinar: Through MCA, the NSF is seeking to fund mid-career scientists who wish to substantively advance their research program and career trajectory. A primary objective of this program is to ensure that scientists and engineers remain engaged and active in cutting-edge research at a critical career stage replete with constraints on time that

Prepare to be an effective advisor! – Workshop 1

Did you know that once a student is enrolled at the college, advisement become the responsibility of faculty in the academic departments and programs? Find out how to support student academic and career goals through accurate empathetic advisement. These workshops are designed for new faculty, but will be useful to anyone seeking a refresher. Topics

Prepare to be an effective advisor! – Workshop 1

Did you know that once a student is enrolled at the college, advisement become the responsibility of faculty in the academic departments and programs? Find out how to support student academic and career goals through accurate empathetic advisement. These workshops are designed for new faculty, but will be useful to anyone seeking a refresher. Topics

ACERT at Hunter College Presents: Ungrading: How it started, how it’s going

Presenters: Amber Alliger (Psychology), Gina Riley (Special Education), Aine Zimmerman (German), Austin Bailey (English) We held our first session on "ungrading" in 2019, and have kept the conversation going during the following years. In 2021, several of us read and discussed the edited volume "Ungrading" together, and had to chance to further discuss with its

Physics Department presents Indirect Excitons

Presented by Leonid V. Butov, University of California at San Diego A spatially indirect exciton (IX), also known as an interlayer exciton, is a bound pair of an electron and a hole confined in separated layers. Due to their long lifetimes, IXs can cool below the temperature of quantum degeneracy and can travel long distances.