- Simulation as Teaching Pedagogy: Implementation and Evaluation
A presentation by Renee Wright, & Lilly Mathew.
- Use mail merge to create multiple labels
If you wanted to create and print a bunch of recipient address labels, you could type them all manually in an empty label document. But there's a much better way, and it's called mail merge. Watch this video to learn more.
- Wage Works Posting Delay
The University has informed the colleges that the posting of funds to WageWorks account took place this morning. Users can now purchase their transportation fares using their WageWorks debit card. If you are still having challenges, please contact Ms. Brigette Major at (718) 262.2076.
- Travel Module Helpdesk
Announcing the newly formed "Travel Helpdesk". For the next three weeks, members of the Purchasing, Accounts Payable, Budget and IT offices will offer assistance to Faculty and Staff who are having difficulty obtaining reimbursement for travel that has already occurred and that has already been submitted into the Travel & Expense (T&E) system.
- Professor Timothy Paglione's "30 Seconds to Know" Spot
This is Dr. Paglione's latest contribution to NBC's "30 Seconds to Know."
- Lunch and Learn: Social Security Benefits
On Thursday, April 23, 2015, the Office of Human Resources and Ms. Katherine Piscopo Stein, CFP, Halliday Financial, invite you to attend a Social Security Lunch and Learn seminar in Room AC-3A04. Topics will include, "Understanding Social Security benefits for You and Your Family" and ‘Prioritizing your financial, income and beneficiary planning goals.”
- Innovators of Change 2015: Dr. Selena Rodgers
York Social Work professor, Dr. Selena T. Rodgers is featured in J. Walter Thompson Differenter Program, now in its fifth year. The mission of the series is to highlight the achievements of New Yorkers who make a difference in the lives of African Americans here and around the world. The Innovators of Change documentary series celebrates Black History Month with the narrative of five everyday people whose efforts have had an extraordinary impact within the African-American community.
MembersDr. Selena T. Rodgers
- Tenure Track - Parent Track
a roundtable with Heather Robinson, English Timothy Amrhein, Performing & Fine Arts Laura Beaton, Biology Stephen Fearnley, Chemistry Elizabeth Meddeb, Foreign Languages Michael B. Smith, Performing & Fine Arts
- Women in the Workplace: Projecting the Right Image
Shandeeyaky Shabazz, the Brooklyn/Queens Branch Manager for Dress for Success Worldwide, will discuss the advantages of developing a professional image for future career opportunities and advancement in the workplace.
- Footprints: The Musical Legacy of Wayne Shorter
The York College Cultural Diversity Center sponsors a Black History Month Concert celebrating the music of saxophonist and composer Wayne Shorter. The Epistrophy Ensemble will perform arrangements of Mr. Shorter's music.