New York Times Journalists visit LaGuardia

True Stories for Global Learning: NY Times Reporters Visit LaGuardia

Journalism at its best combines immediacy and perspective, the urgency of news with the contextual background that helps us understand its causes. LaGuardia’s connection with…

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Fractured Lands Issue

Meet the Journalists: Reporting on the Middle East

On Wednesday, October 19, New York Times reporter Scott Anderson, author of the landmark Times story Fractured Lands: How the Arab World Came Apart, (http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2016/08/11/magazine/isis-middle-east-arab-spring-fractured-lands.html)…

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leaves changing color

Changes at the Center for Teaching and Learning

I’m pleased to let you know that our national search has come to a conclusion, and President Gail Mellow has finalized the selection of a…

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Opening Sessions 2016 Humanizing Advising Presentation

Humanizing Advising Through ePortfolios

The ePortfolio Office and the Advising Department jointly presented at the recent Fall 2016 Opening Session of the College. Student Placement Services Senior Director Judith…

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the moon

The Having of Wonderful Ideas

In search of some inspiration for this blog post, I returned to the constructivist Eleanor Duckworth, and her seminal book “The Having of Wonderful Ideas”…

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Tips and Sips: the first ePortfolio Happy Hour!

Tips and Sips: the first ePortfolio Happy Hour!

Around 3:30, faculty and staff started entering the Poolside Café for an afternoon of presentations on ePortfolio. Instead of encountering the standard LaGuardia event with…

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Meeting Students Where They Are

Meeting Students Where They Are

I recently had the chance to volunteer at LaGuardia’s annual Pi Day celebration in the E-building Atrium. Since I have spent many years working closely…

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