- Dealing with Difficult People--Corporate Counseling Associates Seminar
We all have different perspectives when defining a “difficult person.” Some people challenge the lives of many others; and then there are types who just get under our skin – “push our
buttons.” Regardless of the particulars we have two choices learn how to effectively deal with the “difficult” person or remove the possibility of interaction with them. In this class we will learn how to deal with the difficult person.
- Universoul Circus
York College Night Wed Aprill 29TH ®7:30PM
- Support CUNY Restorations and Enhancements of $17.4 million and $15.1 million in capital needs to City Budget
Dear Members and Friends of The City University of New York Community:
The New York City Council is currently reviewing Mayor DeBlasio's proposed 2015 New York City Executive Budget, which includes major new investments at the CUNY community colleges.
- Women's Empowerment Film Series
Living Thinkers: An Autobiography of Black Women in the Ivory Tower
- Provost Lecture Series - Dr. Eric Metcalf
" 'Will Write Later': Postcards, Technology and Social History in Early 20th Century New England,"
- Getting and Keeping Students Engaged through Just-In-Time-Teaching
CETL Speaker: Dr. Laura Guertin- Associate Professor, Earth Science, Penn State-Brandywine
- Quantitative Literacy in General Education: Models, Examples, Imperatives
Panelists Lou D'Alotto (Math & Computer Studies), Leslie Keiler (Teacher Education), and Dan Robie (Chemistry) will discuss why general education should place a significant emphasis on working with quantitative data and provide models and examples for engaging students in understanding visual representations of data.
- Don't Wait for the Writing Center: Strategies for Addressing Grammar in Classroom Assignments
Presenters Heather Robinson (English, Director of the Writing Center) and Sundeep Bisla (English) will discuss simple ways to address some of the common sentence-level issues that arise in student writing across the disciplines.
- Writing in General Education: Models, Examples, Imperatives
Panelists Laura Fishman (History & Philosophy), Jim Papa (English), and Mark Schuller (Social Sciences) will discuss why general education should place a significant emphasis on learning to write/writing to learn and provide models and examples for engaging students in developing their writing skills.
- Technology and Institutional Culture
Robert Knipe, Dean of Learning Technologies, Genesee Community College, will discuss the role of institution culture in shaping effective use of technology in pedagogy.