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Announcement President to Serve on de Blasio Transition Team
This correspondence is to confirm what many of you may already have heard, our President, Dr. Marcia V. Keizs has been chosen as a member of Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio's 60-member transition team.
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Press Invited to Preview Gallery Honoring Tuskegee Airmen
Come preview the initial phase of the installation of the state-of-the-art exhibit.
Problem-Based Learning (PBL): Preparing Millennials to Solve Real World Problems
CETL Speaker Forum: Dr. Mark Serva, Assistant Professor, Accounting & Management Information Systems, University of Delaware
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Process Process Process: Recent Configurations
The York College Art Gallery presents the faculty art exhibition, "Process Process Process: Recent Configurations" a solo exhibition by Jeffrey Allen Price, March 18 through May 5.
Professor George Bercovitz' Retirement
Please join the Department of Business and Economics to wish Professor Bercovitz best wishes on his retirement.
Announcement Octet Stream Professor Martin Atangana
Dear York College Family, “It is with great sadness that I write to inform you of the passing of Dr. Martin Atangana chair of the Department of History and Philosophy.
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Proposing a Writing Intensive Course: A Workshop
A Writing Across the Curriculum workshop to help faculty in any discipline develop an existing course into a proposal for a Writing Intensive-designated offering.
Provost Distinguished Scholars Lecture
Dr. John Eldridge Chief Scientific Officer (Vaccines) Profectus Biosciences
Provost Lecture Series - Cynthia Haller
"Playing the Field: Agricultural Games on "My American Farm"
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Provost Lecture Series - Daniel Phelps
Daniel Phelps, Adjunct, Television Studio Manager, Performing and Fine Arts, School of Arts and Sciences The Domino Effect: How Development in New York City is Often Bittersweet.
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