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Grant-Writing Seminar
Biology professors Shao-ying Hua and Margaret MacNeil; and Social Sciences professor Beth Rosenthal will discuss grant writing lessons learned in their recently-completed Grant Writing Assistance Program.
Guest Speaker from The Innocence Project
The Innocence Project is a non-profit legal clinic affiliated with the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University and created by Barry C. Scheck and Peter J. Neufeld in 1992.
Haiti Before and After The Earthquake
A Symposium on the future o the first black republic in the Americas.
Free Tax Preparation Assistance
York College VITA Program In Association With Congressman Gregory W. Meeks will provide Free Tax Preparation Assistance
CETL: The Art of Course Integration in a Freshman Learning Community
The Art of Course Integration in a Freshman Learning Community
NSSS: Study Of Active pharmaceuticals Ingredients (API) and it's formulation with Non-linear Optical Microscopy by Azhad Chowdhury
Natural Science Seminar Series (NSSS) provides an opportunity to foster the engagement of faculty, students and staff in the scientific enterprise and to cultivate an environment of intellectual discourse and growth by promoting interaction between scientists at every level.
Your Metlife Representative Will Be Here!
Mr. Christopher J. Vargas is available to assist you!
Will You Have Enough Money to Retire?
Many Americans underestimate how much money they will need to save by the time they retire. Perhaps that's because only 43% of people have tried to calculate how much money they will need in order to retire comfortably. Of those who have performed the calculation, one-third are not confident in their results.
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Provost Lecture Series - Dr. Robin Harper
"Foreign Workers and Israeli-Jewishness Dilemma,"
Booktalk
About a year ago, a small group of faculty and staff from various departments launched a discussion of The Story of the Stone [often referred to as The Dream of the Red Chamber], a Chinese classic from the 1760s by Cao Xueqin. It has been a fascinating and thoroughly enjoyable endeavor.