On supporting undocumented students at CUNY.
Special Event, 12/6: Critically Engaging Race and Racism in Higher Education
We are excited to launch the “Before the Semester” section of our New to Teaching Guide!
Announcing the publication of the TLC Guide "Navigating CUNY."
Schedule of Office Hours for TLC staff, Spring 2016.
Teaching and Learning Center staff hold regular office hours where GC students and faculty are invited to come discuss issues related to or impacting their teaching. TLC staff can provide guidance on assignment design, curriculum development, course preparation, educational technology, SoTL, the job market, and several other areas.
TLC offices are located on the third floor of the Graduate Center in rooms 3300.20-3300.22.
Spring 2019 office hours:
Mondays | 12-2pm | Mei Ling Chua
Tuesdays | 3-5pm | Avra Spector
Wednesdays | 1-3pm | Sarah Litvin
Thursdays | 3-5pm | Lais Gomes Duarte
Fridays | by appointment
For appointments outside of these hours with TLC Director Luke Waltzer, TLC Post-Doctoral Fellows Asilia Franklin-Phipps, Kaitlin Mondello, or Luis Henao Uribe, or Open Educational Technologist Laurie Hurson, please email tlc at gc.cuny.edu.
For feedback on statements of teaching philosophy, please email a copy of the statement to firstname.lastname@example.org along with three times at least a week later when you’re able to visit the TLC
The Teaching and Learning Center will, over time, compile and organize resources that support teaching and learning at CUNY and beyond. Many of these resources will be organized into TLC Guides that emphasize opportunities to grow and expand as college teachers. We will also be building out a Zotero library of Teaching and Learning resources, as well as materials generated by our series of workshops.
The most valuable resources for the development and sustenance of innovative and committed pedagogy come from within the community of teacher/scholars to which one belongs. Please consider joining the Teaching and Learning Center group on the CUNY Academic Commons, and actively participating in discussions on our forum.