Category Archives: research

Faculty Publishing at BMCC

Every year, I host a reception for faculty who have published books in the past 12 months. This year’s group includes faculty who work in mathematics, poetry, computing, philosophy, and literary translations. Authors and their books included Professors¬†Matthew Ally,¬†Ecology and … Continue reading

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Humanities at the Community College

Today I gave opening remarks to a symposium called “Reimagining Borders and Boundaries within a Globalized World.” It is the culmination of a project on cultivating global competencies in the community college curriculum, sponsored by the National Endowment for the … Continue reading

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Community College Researchers

Hooray! We have our first guest blog by Director of Research, Alona Bach. The concept of academic research, and particularly undergraduate research (outside the classroom), has been associated with the image of white lab coats, fancy laboratories, Erlenmeyer flasks and … Continue reading

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Supporting Faculty Research and Collaboration

Community college faculty face the largest teaching loads in higher education. And most do it without an expectation of doing research at the same time. At CUNY, community college faculty, tenured and tenure-track, are expected to do research while holding … Continue reading

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