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OSR Mission Statement
Welcome to the York College Office of Sponsored Programs. It is our intent that these pages serve as a source of information for the College’s researchers and their support staff. Just as the research environment and the regulatory agencies that fund research are constantly changing, these pages will change to keep you up to date with current programs, regulations, and policies. We welcome your suggestions and comments.
Staff Philson, Rachel
Rachel Philson CUNY Office Assistant - Academic Affairs - 718-262-2782
Powering-Up Faculty Prestige
Acclaimed scientists, writers and economics experts are among distinguished scholars who joined the faculty last fall as CUNY as well as York College, continues to raise its profile as a magnet for high academic achievers.
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Provost Lecture Series - Dr. Xiaodan Zhang
Dept. of Social Sciences, School of Health & Behavioral Sciences
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Purchasing Module Training - CUNYFirst
The training will include information on using the procurement system, designating requestors and approvers, scanning receipts into CUNYfirst, as well as using queries to determine the budgeted amount that is available to spend.
Staff Raphael, Lester
Lester Raphael Higher Education Officer - VP Academic Affairs - 718-262-2971
Staff Regester, Sandra
Sandra Regester CUNY Office Assistant - Academic Affairs - 718-262-2783
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.
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Announcement text/texmacs Tips for Better Assignments
Ten tips from the Library on how faculty can create better assignments for their students.
Town Hall Meeting
This college-wide event is an opportunity to discuss the Foundations of Excellence (FoE) recommendations and to acknowledge members of the campus community who participated in the FoE process