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PSA - Be Aware of Targeted Cyber-Related Fraud
The Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) is aware of multiple scams targeting universities, university employees, and students across the nation. The scams range from Internet fraud to intrusions. The following are common scenarios
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PSC-CUNY End-of the Year Faculty/Professional Staff Luncheon
York PSC-CUNY End-of the Year Faculty/Professional Staff Luncheon
Psychological Distress among College Students
Provost Lecture Series with Professor Beth Rosenthal
Public Safety Appointment
I am pleased to announce the appointment of Ms. Tamara D. Bailey to the position of Lieutenant in the Department of Public Safety.
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Public Safety Customer Service Survey
The Office of Institutional Research & Assessment is conducting the PUBLIC SAFETY CUSTOMER SATISFACTION SURVEY.
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Public Safety Survey
The Office of Institutional Research & Assessment is conducting the Public Safety Customer Satisfaction Survey. Please take a few minutes and go to the following url to complete the anonymous survey.
Punishment and Crime in the Caribbean
Research Conversations Series with Dr. Ivelaw Lloyd Griffith Provost & Senior Vice President Office of Academic Affairs
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.
Announcement Put a Freeze on Winter Fires: Electrical Fire Safety
The following is a York College Public Safety Awareness Notification. Fire Safety tips for home and the workplace. Brought to you in part by the "U.S. Fire Administration"
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.
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