Archive | Workshops


Due Mar 31 | Call for Participants – Medievalist toolkit

CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS Medievalist Toolkit Meeting: a workshop for public scholarship countering far-right misinformation May 4, 2019 at Columbia University Submission deadline: March 31, 2019 Send abstracts and questions to: The Medievalist Toolkit is an initiative run by graduate students that addresses far-right misappropriations of the Middle Ages. To do so, we research extremist […]

Open Classroom Month, March 9-April 11th

The Graduate Center’s Teaching and Learning Center’s Open Teaching Initiative is pleased to launch the Open Classroom Month. Designed to help prepare and familiarize Graduate Center students with CUNY’s undergraduate classrooms as well as a range of instructional models, Open Classroom Month invites Graduate Center students to visit classes taught by experienced CUNY faculty. Observing how […]

ITP Program March Talks and Labs

Talk: “A Stroll Through the Dark Web” Date: Tuesday, March 26 | 6:30PM Location: Room 3317 All are welcome; advance registration through Eventbrite is appreciated: Matt Goerzen will give a brief rundown of the history, applications, and aspirations of the “dark web” and its infrastructure. The talk will involve a cursory tour of the […]

Feb 26 | CFP – Abstract Writing Workshop

Do you see a conference in your future? If so, please join us for the Writing Services CFP – Abstract Writing Workshop. About the Workshop On Tuesday, February 26, 2019, from 6:00 – 8:00 pm, in room 3317, we’ll meet for a brief a presentation detailing some of the “best practices” of CFP answering and […]

Feb 19 | TLC Workshop: Teaching as an International Student: The Collaborative Classroom in Theory and Practice

Tuesday, February 19th, 4-6pm, Room 9206  Teaching as an international student takes much hard work and trial and error. As international graduate students, we often jungle many unknowns when we engage CUNY classrooms, classrooms that may look and feel quite different from the ones to which we have been habituated. We might know little […]

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