Faculty Commons, A Center for Teaching, Learning, Scholarship and Service coordinates all professional development, grants and assessment activities of faculty at New York City College of Technology. Faculty Commons adopts a programmatic approach to professional development and operates as a faculty resource and think tank where members collaborate on a variety of projects to shape curriculum, pedagogy and assessment.
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The Professional Activity Report and Self-Evaluation (PARSE) is the documentation of a faculty member’s accomplishments during each academic year and cumulatively, in the three principal areas of teaching, scholarly and professional growth, and service. The PARSE serves as the basis for the annual evaluation. It is also provides faculty with an instrument to present to departmental and college review committees for reappointment, tenure, and promotion.
A Cultural History of Digital Technologies Colloquium presents What is a Dynamical System? A Talk by Ethan Akin
May 11, 2016 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
[icon name=”calendar” class=”” unprefixed_class=””] Date: Wednesday, May 11, 2016 [icon name=”clock-o” class=”” unprefixed_class=””] Time: 6:00 – 8:00PM [icon name=”map-marker” class=”” unprefixed_class=””] Location: N119 [icon name=”check-square-o” class=”” unprefixed_class=””] Register: Click here (This event is free and open to the public.) [icon name=”at” class=”” unprefixed_class=””] For more information: Please contact email@example.com.
Dr. Akin is Professor of Mathematics at the City College of New York, CUNY. He focuses on the topological part of dynamical systems theory and is the author of two books, The General Topology of Dynamical Systems(1993) and Recurrence in Topological Dynamics: Furstenberg Families and Ellis Actions (1997).