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November

  • The VIII Biennial Dominican Studies Association Conference: Dominicans on the Map; Heritage, Citizenship, Memory & Social Justice

    The VIII Biennial Dominican Studies Association Conference, Dominicans on the Map: Heritage, Citizenship, Memory & Social Justice is dedicated to the distinguished poet Rhina P. Espaillat. Opening remarks will be offered by Daisy Cocco de Filippis, President of Naugatuck Valley Community College. The Keynote Speaker will be Dr. María Harper-Marinick, Chancellor of The Maricopa County Community College District, one of the largest community college systems in the nation.

  • Strategies for Arts and Humanities Grantseeking: A CUNY Town Hall

    Learn about funding scholarship, creative practice or special projects at a unique convening, Strategies for Arts and Humanities Grantseeking: A CUNY Town Hall on Thursday, November 15. The CUNY arts and humanities communities will come together to share stories of successful approaches and troubleshoot obstacles surrounding fundraising in the humanistic and creative fields with a wide-ranging discussion for faculty of all career stages and graduate students. The Town Hall will feature faculty peers and fundraising experts from across CUNY in panel conversation about their insights and best practices (audience participation welcome).
  • The 7th Hostos STEM Olympiad: Math League Contest Fall 2018

    The Student Governement Association, Natural Sciences department and Mathematics department are hosting the 7th Hostos STEM Olympiad.