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Month: February 2017

Faculty Success: Paving Your Path to Tenure and Promotion

Nelson Nunez-Rodriguez, Professor OAA Diversity Fellow Unit Coordinator for Physical Sciences Natural Sciences Department   With support from the Office of Academic Affairs, a series of conversations has been designed and is scheduled for spring 2017 to address the preparation,

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What’s Your Word for 2017?

Christine Mangino, Ed.D. Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs   I sent this article out a couple of weeks ago, asking if anyone had a word for the year and if they wanted to share it with us. Below

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Rubric Development for English 101, 102, 110, 111, and Elective Courses

Jason Matthew Buchanan, Assistant Professor English Department Clarence Henry Robertson, Lecturer English Department   Our goal was to develop rubrics that could be used in multiple classes taught in the English Department. There were two major issues that the rubrics

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The Completion Agenda in Academic Affairs

Christine Mangino, Ed.D. Provost and Vice President   Dear Colleagues, Although we have seen impressive increases in our graduation rates, I’m aware that not everyone is convinced we can increase our 3-year graduation rate to 50% by 2022. Our 20.6%

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Faculty Success: Paving Your Path to Tenure and Promotion

Nelson Nunez-Rodriguez, Professor Unit Coordinator, Physical Sciences Natural Sciences Department

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Supplemental Instruction Expands to Support More Students

Silvia Reyes, HEO Associate Director, Title V Grant Supplemental Instruction (SI) at Hostos is designed to help students learn how to learn and become an independent and self-directed learner with the assistance of a peer leader. Facilitation techniques such as

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Hostos Faculty Identify their 2017 Word of the Year

Choices ~Julie Bencosme, Allied Health Sciences-Dental Hygiene Courage ~Mary Manning, Allied Health Sciences-Dental Hygiene ~Rowland Ramdass, Allied Health Sciences-Nursing Iteration My word for 2017 is without question iteration – this probably is a lead word for me every year, but

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English Department Solution to the Common Assignment Common Rubric Initiative

Jason Buchanon, Assistant Professor

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