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October Italian Heritage & Culture Month 2011
Dr. Donna M. Chirico, Associate Professor of Psychology and Chair of the Department of Behavioral Sciences at York College, was recently seen on Italics (on CUNY-TV) where a conference at which she spoke was televised.
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Old School Vs. New School Basketball Tournament
Faculty and Staff versus the Students!
Online HIV Prevention and Education: Attitudes, Beliefs, and Behaviors of Men Who Have Sex with Men in new York City – An Internet Study
“Has the popularity of social networking websites on the Internet in recent years affected the ways in which we identify and define ourselves, communicate with one another, and forge interpersonal relationships?
Online Learning: More Interaction, Not Less
This panel presentation explores the details of teaching online courses, including how to use instructional strategies and technologies, foster connectedness among students, and deal with challenges that arise.
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Open Fridays with President Marcia V. Keizs
President Keizs will begin her Open Fridays on September 19, 2014 for students, faculty, staff and members of the York College community who may wish to take advantage of holding a brief conversation with her on any subject related to York College.
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Open House
The Career Center will be hosting its Open House for students to receive information on services available to them.
Opening Art Gallery Reception
Join the Department of Performing and Fine Arts in presenting faculty artist Ryan Seslow!
Announcement OUR Social Network!
Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR) has become readily available for all students on Twitter and Facebook!
Outside the Box: Teaching and Learning with Technology
Speaker Series Forum: Dr. Jason Scorza, Associate Provost for Global Learning & Associate Professor of Philosophy and Political Science, Farleigh Dickinson University. Sponsored by the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning
Announcement Outsmarting Phone Thieves
Smartphone thefts have increased sharply in New York City in recently years due to their popularity around the city, the country, and the world.
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