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Month: February 2016

Hostos Research Day 2016

The Hostos Grants Office, in collaboration with the Senate Grants Committee, The Center for Teaching and Learning, and the Office of Academic Affairs invites you to participate in our second bi-annual Hostos Research Day 2016. During this full-day event, faculty

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Inspiring Hostos to inspire the heart of the world – The Sierra Nevada de Marta, Colombia

By Amanda Bernal-Carlo, Professor Natural Sciences Department | Founder of The Great Balance When Sarah Brennan invited me to participate in the Title V Student Research with Faculty initiative I felt reluctant to accept. First, I thought about the challenge

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ASAP Students Rewarded for Excellence

by Berkis Eusebio-Cruz, HEO Assistant ASAP Career and Employment Specialist Although growing every year since inception, the ASAP program experienced a very significant increase in the number of students accepted to the program this past year.  Adding 541 new students,

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National African American Read-In

Hosted by the Black Caucus of NCTE and NCTE February 29 2016 @ Hostos Community College “The African American Read-In (AARI) . . . is built on an ambitious yet confident premise: that a school and community reading event can

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Humanities Faculty

February 2016 Game-framed Math and Science Gets Reviewed Rees Shad, Associate Professor Humanities Department November 2015 PEN Internacional Recognized Isaac Goldemberg, Professor Humanities Department

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Game-framed Math and Science Get Reviewed

Here’s a terrific review of the Game-Framed pedagogy coming out of Hostos – creating deeply engaging and practical ways of mastering new material – it’s a game created by a team of alumni (Colmena Design ) currently working with the

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HERO Students Engage in Innovative Research and Plan for Success

HERO High (Health, Education and Research Occupations) is an Early College and career high school located in the South Bronx. Starting in the 10th grade, HERO students have the opportunity to earn college credits for free through Hostos Community College.

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Create It: How to Merge Theory with Practice

By Sonia Maldonado, Assistant Professor Education Department Approximately a year ago, I was asked to teach a Creative Arts Class (EDU 107) as part of my assignment for the fall semester. As soon as I accepted, I started reading about

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A Calculated Risk

By Sarah L. Hoiland CUNY’s Faculty Fellowship Publication Program (FFPP) At the orientation to CUNY’s FFPP on December 4th, 2015, Professor Arlene Torres of Hunter College, Director of the Latino Faculty Initiative, stated, “FFPP is grounded in research suggesting a

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