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2nd Annual CETL Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Poster Session
Poster Session: A demonstration of findings and outcomes by 2008-09 Title III Faculty Grant recipients
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Understanding and Engaging Millennial Students
CETL Speaker Forum: Richard Sweeney, University Librarian, NJ Institute of Technology
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Using Case Studies to Teach Science
A CETL Workshop presented by Margaret MacNeil, Biology
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Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
President Marcia V. Keizs The Faculty, Students and Staff of York College/CUNY Cordially invite you to a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
How Do Contested Illnesses Become Public Health Concerns?: Understanding Stakeholders and the Process of Transformation
Provost Lecture Series Debra Swoboda (Dept. of Behavioral Sciences)
The Lord Has Called Us to a Hard Task: Chaplain Robert Dokes, Black Soldiers, and The Practice of Transgressive Citizenship in World War II
Provost Lecture Series by Professor George White (Dept. of History & Philosophy)
The Birth of York College: Higher Education and Politics at the State and Local Level
Provost Lecture Series with Bob Parmet (Dept. of History & Philosophy)
Yorkfest '09
Featuring performances by Bobby Sanabria & Quarteto Aché and the York College Blue Notes
York College Continuing Education and the FDA recently held the 8th Annual Professional Development Workshop for Food and Pharmaceutical Professionals
This year's topic was High-Throughput Methods of Detecting Foodborne Pathogens. Thirty-three scientists from eight countries--Thailand, Vietnam, Mexico, Nigeria, Germany, Canada, China and the U.S.--met to discuss rapid methods of detecting pathogens such as salmonella and eColi in food.
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Announcement H1N1 influenza "Swine Flu" Preparedness
CUNY has been part of the New York City Office of Emergency Management's efforts to coordinate a citywide response to the ongoing concern regarding H1N1 influenza also known as Swine Flu.
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