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Month: March 2016

Undergraduate Research

Student Research Expo! Save the Date: Friday, April 1 from 10am-1pm in the Gym The Student Research Expo will showcase student research activities conducted at all different levels. Any student who has engaged in research activities with faculty are invited to submit a

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Celebrate with Title V

Title V Day Celebrates Faculty and Student Accomplishments Save the Date: March 31, 2016 @ 3:30pm in C391 Spring 2016 marks the third semester for Title V activities. Since its inception faculty, students, and administrators have been improving workshop curriculum,

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Hostos Research Day 2016

By Lourdes Torres, Grant’s Office Director 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

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Women’s History Month

Women’s History Month Activities Take Center Stage by Jerilyn Fisher, Professor and Women’s and Gender Studies Coordinator English Deparmtent How did Women’s History Month come about? Its origin can be traced to the 1911 declaration of March 8th as International

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Honors Students to Present at Regional Conference

The Hostos Honors Program is Heading to Cambridge for the NRHC Conference by Karina Castro, Honors Program & Immersion Workshops Coordinator Members of the Hostos Community College Honors Program have been invited to attend the Northeast Regional Honors Council Conference,

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New Food Studies Courses

HOSTOS FOOD STUDIES COURSES By Flor Henderson, Natural Sciences Food is an essential component of all of our lives. An understanding of food and its interconnected relations with health, nutrition, culture, agriculture, business, and the environment is fast gaining recognition

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Benefits of Assessment

Surprise! Assessment Helps Academic Programs Get Bling! by Catherine Lewis, Humanities Department In the world of design, process is a hot topic. Designers are trained to implement a design and reflect on it at the same time in order to identify

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Newly Tenured Faculty

Congratulations to Professors Christine Hutchins and Ernest Ialongo by Christine Mangino Congratulations to Professors Christine Hutchins and Ernest Ialongo for becoming tenured faculty at Hostos. Professor Hutchins has authored four peer reviewed articles, co-authored an article with Hostos colleagues, and

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Food Studies

Food is an essential component of all of our lives. An understanding of food and its interconnected relations with health, nutrition, culture, agriculture, business, and the environment is fast gaining recognition as an important component of higher education. In staying

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Classroom Participation

by Minerva Santos, Associate Professor Language and Cognition Every semester brings new groups of students with different academic experiences, personal backgrounds, needs, and personalities, but there is one common characteristic that all classes share; consistently, there are students who do

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