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

26th Semi-Annual Research Mixer Event

Would you like to engage City Tech students in your research project(s) ?  Are you seeking research mentees?  Would you like to meet a cohort of our best, our brightest, and our

Social Science Colloquium

This presentation analyzes a nineteenth-century image of a white man shooting black civil rights activist Octavius Catto, and discusses the complications related to researching and writing about black people in

Honors Project Mentor Invitation

We invite you to consider mentoring talented students as part of City Tech’s Honors Scholars Program. City Tech encourages students who have demonstrated high academic achievement to undertake honors-level work

Climate Change, Human Health, and Resiliency Forum

Moderator:  John Tsapogas, RFCUNY Office of Award Pre-Proposal Support (APPS) The Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) is interested in continuing its ties with the City University of