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NSSS: Edyta Greer - Theoretical and experimental approaches to novel enediyne drugs that undergo the Bergman cyclization to kill cancerous cells
The Natural Science Seminar Series is pleased to present Edyta Greer from the Department of Natural Sciences at CUNY Baruch College: Theoretical and experimental approaches to novel enediyne drugs that undergo the Bergman cyclization to kill cancerous cells
Located in Members / Arne Christensen
Trending Ideas: Strategies and Solutions for Implementing Twitter in the Classroom
Presentation by Andie Silva, English
To Be or Not To Be: Responding to Disruptive and Distressed Students in Class
CETL panel facilitated by Jay Choi, Counseling Center, Tamara Bailey, Public Safety, & Paola Veras, Student Development
Re-Thinking Undergraduate Research: Strategies for Creating Effective Assignments
Workshop facilitated by York College Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) Writing Fellows. Co-sponsored by the York College WAC Program & the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL).
Maker-Culture and You: How 3D Printing and Hands-On Learning Can Augment Traditional Pedagogy
Workshop and Webinar facilitated by Dan Phelps, Performing & Fine Arts and Multimedia Facilities Coordinator.
Infusing Undergraduate Research into the Curriculum
Panel discussion with panelists Rob Duncan, Behavioral Sciences, Nicholas Grosskopf, Health & Physical Education, and Nazrul Khandaker, Earth & Physical Sciences. Sponsored by the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL).
Telehealth Nursing: Educating Future Nurses in Technology to Deliver Care
Workshop facilitated by Margarett Alexandre, Health Professions, Lynette Hope, Visiting Nurse Service NY, Lilly Mathew, Health Professions, Maryann Rosa, CUNY Queensborough Community College Nursing. Sponsored by the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL).
Strategies for Encouraging Academic Integrity: Keep Calm and Prevent Plagiarism
This CETL “worktable” (a workshop with roundtable discussion) is designed to help participating faculty members teach students about the importance and relevance of academic and professional integrity.
Learning During Unsettled Times
College Graduates Academic Performance and Recent Experiences in the U.S.
CETL: Next Generation Course Design (Book Discussion)
Next Generation Course Design (Book Discussion)