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Supporting Family Caregivers in a Multicultural Society
Provost Lecture Series - Dr. Deborah Majerovitz
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)
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 Trickster in Pop Culture and Politics
Provost Lecture Series with Professor William Ashton, Associate Professor, Behavioral Sciences, School of Health & Behavioral Sciences
Urban Renewal and Aging in New York City
Provost Lecture Series with Prof. Costley and Prof. Horowitz.
What Do Opera and Computational Chemistry Have in Common?
Scientific researchers have discovered the power of what is being called the third branch of science: computer simulation. Frequently, the ability to perform exceedingly complex calculations unlocks the door to a new understanding of nature.
Women's Empowerment and the 'New Immigration': York's VITA Program
Provost Lecture series with Prof. Robert Clovey, Dr. Michael Flynn, Dr. Fabiola F. Salek.
How Do Contested Illnesses Become Public Health Concerns?: Understanding Stakeholders and the Process of Transformation
Provost Lecture Series Debra Swoboda (Dept. of Behavioral Sciences)
Music Workshop
Diva Joan Cartwright has toured 5 continents and 15 countries including the U.S.A., 8 European countries, Brazil, Mexico, Ghana, Gambia, South Africa, China and Japan, with her swinging brand of jazz and blues. On March 28, 2008 she come to York College to perform a music workshop sponsored by the Office of the Provost.
Online HIV Prevention and Education: Attitudes, Beliefs, and Behaviors of Men Who Have Sex with Men in new York City – An Internet Study
“Has the popularity of social networking websites on the Internet in recent years affected the ways in which we identify and define ourselves, communicate with one another, and forge interpersonal relationships?