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Of CUNY, By CUNY, For CUNY: How We All Benefit from Open Access and Why We Need an Institutional Repository
Presentation by Jill Cirasella, Library Department, Brooklyn College. Sponsored by the Library Department, York College & the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning
Flipping - Turning the Classroom Inside Out
CETL workshop.
Assess, Mark, Comment, or Correct?: How to Respond Effectively to Student Writing
CETL Workshop.
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The Interactivity Foundation (IF) Process: Pedagogy for Small Group Discussion of Public Policy Issues
CETL workshop.
Implementing Independent Study and Research Programs
CETL Panel.
Beyond Blackboard: Using Social Media In and Out of the Classroom
CETL Panel.
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5th Annual Day of Assessment
The York College Outcomes Assessment Committee conducts the 5th Annual Day of Assessment, co-sponsored by the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning.
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NSSS: Andrea Pizzo - The membrane-raft protein Flotillin-1 is essential in dopamine neurons for amphetamine-induced behavior in Drosophila
The Natural Science Seminar Series is pleased to present Andrea Pizzo from the Department of Pharmacology, Columbia University Medical Center for a talk entitled "The membrane-raft protein Flotillin-1 is essential in dopamine neurons for amphetamine-induced behavior in Drosophila."
Located in Members / Arne Christensen
NSSS: Yachu Hsu - Endocytic trafficking of the visual pigment Rhodopsin
The Natural Science Seminar Series is pleased to present Yachu Hsu from the Department of Ophthalmology, Weill Cornell Medical College for a talk entitled "Endocytic trafficking of the visual pigment Rhodopsin."
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NSSS: Tara Duffy - The influence of life-history variation on response to endocrine disrupting compounds in fish
The Natural Science Seminar Series is pleased to present Tara Duffy from the Conte Anadromous Fish Research Laboratory for a talk entitled "The influence of life-history variation on response to endocrine disrupting compounds in fish."
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