To preserve the history of the BMCC College and community, we collect publications and official records of the college, including catalogs, reports, yearbooks, brochures, minutes of meetings, and announcements, for use in the library only. Our mission to acquire and preserve materials is coupled with a commitment to outreach and access. Materials are described according to national standards established by the National Archives Records Administration and the Society of American Archivists. We are committed to collaborating with other BCC departments to digitize collection materials and make them freely available online. We host group visits to the Archives for tours and classroom instruction sessions. The archival collections document instruction, teaching, research, alumni and student life at the College through institutional records, publications, memorabilia, faculty papers, photographs, blueprints and media. Biographical information is collected on distinguished alumni, including the nine Nobel laureates who are City College alumni.
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Turkus Papers The images in this collection portray arrested crime suspects, their rap sheets, crime scenes and crime investigation, dating from — and located mainly in Brooklyn. During this time, he investigated and prosecuted key members of the organized crime syndicate based in Brownsville, Brooklyn that came to be known as Murder, Inc. Lawes Papers The images are of items collected by Lewis E.
Lawes while Warden of Sing Sing between —
Social Sciences Full Text (CUNY USE ONLY) Indexes hundreds of periodicals in anthropology, criminology, economics, law, geography, policy studies, psychology, sociology, social .
The increases are fully retroactive, and will be applied, as in previous PSC contracts, to all employees under the contract who were on payroll at the time the raises were effective. The retroactive cash payment will be made in two checks. We expect both payments to be made in the calendar year, but the date depends on when the City and State process the payroll. CUNY has agreed to use its best efforts to ensure timely retroactive payment.
The proposed contract covers a period of just over seven years: It will be in effect from October 20, to November 30, Welfare Fund staff and Board of Directors are determining how to use the additional funding most effectively to improve the dental benefit; details will be announced later this summer. As part of the contract, CUNY management agrees that it is “committed to a shared goal of reducing the annual undergraduate teaching contact hour workload for full-time classroom teaching members of the instructional staff by 3 teaching contact hours.
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Public Opinion, Turkey-US relations, Armenian Problem Abstract “This study is an analysis of the impact of public opinion on the foreign policy decisionmaking process in Turkish-American relations. The aim of the study is to understand the construction and the mobilization of public opinion, and its the impact on the decisionmakers.
Turkey and the United States have a long history of friendship dating back to the late 18th century.
The program office keeps diplomas for all students who did not pick theirs up—dating back to the beginning of the program—so you can still get yours by contacting us at to confirm our office hours, and then planning to come in for it.
Before [ edit ] Before Queens College was established in , the site of the campus was home to the Jamaica Academy, a one-room schoolhouse built in the early 19th century, where Walt Whitman once worked as teacher. Jamaica Academy became public in Buildings such as Jefferson Hall named after Thomas Jefferson were used as both dormitories and classrooms. A few months later, the grounds were turned over to the city. The city planned to house mental patients from Randall’s Island Hospital, who were temporarily displaced by the construction of the Triborough Bridge.
Colden appointed and chaired a committee to assess the feasibility of opening a free college in Queens. In September , the committee recommended the establishment of such a college. But changes beyond growth were in store for Queens College: The program was intended to offer college education to more New York City residents, in particular those of color. By new concerns overtook the college as New York City faced a crippling financial crisis. In addition, the student body, in accordance with the mission of the short-lived Open Admissions program, had grown much more diverse, and college faculty were trained to understand Latin American culture and how to teach American literature to non-American students.
In the s, the college attracted high-profile researchers to its faculty, including the virologist Luc Montagnier.
Cuomo directs CUNY and SUNY to keep using race as factor in college admissions
Our records begin earlier and end later. Records of slavery as a legally authorized activity appear in in New Amsterdam, and end in when the process of gradual abolition under the abolition law was completed. However, we include records of enslavement starting in and records of fugitives from enslavement during the underground railroad period prior to the Civil War, when fugitives from southern-state enslavement were captured and subjected to re-enslavement under prevailing federal and state law.
It is uncertain where the enslavements took place, but it is possible that some came from the area we now call New York. There is no doubt that a slave-ship explored the lower parts of the Hudson River. When the ship left what is today Manhattan, the captain left Jan Rodrigues behind Burroughs and Wallace, , p.
(These transcripts are not yet in the Digital Collections, but you can read them online on the legacy site.) Shibels Family Papers These are images are from the papers, dating to –, which mainly document the work of Fred and Edward Shibels, NYPD police detectives.
If you have limits, make them known before things go too far. Try to extricate yourself from the physical presence of a sexual aggressor. Grab someone nearby and ask for help. Watch out for your friends and ask that they watch out for you. A real friend will get in your face if you are about to make a mistake. Respect them if they do.
If you find yourself in the position of being the initiator of sexual behavior, you owe sexual respect to your potential partner. These suggestions may help you to reduce your risk for being accused of sexual misconduct: About whether they are attracted to you. About how far you can go. About whether they are physically and mentally able to consent to you.
Clearly communicate your intentions to your partner and give them a chance to clearly relate their intentions to you. Mixed messages from your partner should be a clear indication that you should step back, defuse the sexual tension, and communicate better. Perhaps you are misreading them.
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Combating Sexual Assault and Other Unwelcome Sexual Behavior Anyone — of any gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, religious affiliation, citizenship status, race, class or educational level — can suffer from sexual harassment, including sexual violence. The goal of this website is to help you understand what sexual harassment means and let you know that there are people at CUNY and in the community who can help if you or others experience it.
On every CUNY campus there is a person who has special training in helping students who are facing issues related to sexual harassment and sexual violence. A public safety officer or counseling staff member can accompany you to a hospital or police station. Contacting the police does not require you to file charges. These Resources can provide treatment for injuries and for possible exposure to sexually transmitted diseases or emergency contraception.
CUNY Policy prohibits sexual misconduct, and it prohibits romantic relations between professors and their students. Please remember that sexual harassment includes undue and unwanted attention, such as repeated inappropriate flirting, staring or making sexually suggestive comments.
For purposes of this policy, the following terms will be defined as follows. A pattern of coercive tactics, which can include physical, psychological, sexual, economic and emotional abuse, perpetrated by one person against an adult intimate partner, with the goal of establishing and maintaining power and control over the victim. Includes persons legally married to one another; persons formerly married to one another; persons who have a child in common, regardless of whether such persons are married or have lived together at any time; couples who live together or have lived together; or persons who are dating or who have dated in the past, including same sex couples.
A person who perpetrates a pattern of coercive tactics which can include physical, psychological, sexual, economic, and emotional abuse against an adult intimate partner, with the goal of establishing and maintaining power and control over the victim. Normally acts of domestic violence will be reported to the local police precinct, or law enforcement authority, where the victim resides when the violence occurs.
In cases where an act of domestic violence is reported or occurs on any Hunter Campus, Department of Public Safety officers will respond to the incident to protect the victim and maintain order. Public Safety officers will assist the victim by taking that person to the local NYPD Precinct for further investigation through the precincts Domestic Violence Officer.
In cases where a Hunter student, faculty, or staff member is a victim of domestic violence and obtains a restraining order from any court, or any state, the victim is requested to deliver a copy of the restraining order to the Administration Office of the Department of Public Safety in Room B , B-1 Level of the main campus West Building.
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Every member of the CUNY community, including students, employees and visitors, deserves the opportunity to live, learn and work free from sexual misconduct, including sexual harassment, gender-based harassment and sexual violence, such as sexual assault, stalking or dating violence. CUNY Policy prohibits sexual misconduct, and it prohibits romantic relations between professors and their students. Please remember that sexual harassment includes undue and unwanted attention, such as repeated inappropriate flirting, staring or making sexually suggestive comments.
Sexual harassment has no place in our classroom or on our campus. This statement increases the amount of legalistic language within a document that represents my course. And whatever the course I may be teaching, whether developmental writing, composition one or two, or literature or film electives, one of my principle aims as an instructor is to foster openness with and among my students.
NEW YORK — City University of New York (CUNY) has proposed a new policy that forbids professors from engaging in intimate relationships with “students for whom they have professional.
Two types of product dating may be shown on a product label. The calendar date provides consumers with information on the estimated period of time for which the product will be of best quality and to help the store determine how long to display the product for sale. Does Federal Law Require Dating? Except for infant formula, product dating is not required by Federal regulations. For meat, poultry, and egg products under the jurisdiction of the Food Safety and Inspection Service FSIS , dates may be voluntarily applied provided they are labeled in a manner that is truthful and not misleading and in compliance with FSIS regulations 1.
To comply, a calendar date must express both the month and day of the month. In the case of shelf-stable and frozen products, the year must also be displayed. Additionally, immediately adjacent to the date must be a phrase explaining the meaning of that date such as “Best if Used By.
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Midterm Project Ideas 1 and 2 Project 1: From Berlin to Beijing, heterosexual men question the values and meanings of masculinity and intimacy by joining communities that teach dating skills. With the rise of Web 2. Representing an unaccredited and increasingly commodified field of self-fashioning, this project proposes to build a website—tentatively called Swinging in the Iron Cage—which seeks to explore the social practices and norms men seek to embody and how do they do so.
What alternative possibilities may exist for masculine self-fashioning and ethical conduct in heterosexual intimacies? To answer this question, I aim to build a digital, interactive, and multi-sensory museum using the content management system Scalar.
The Center is currently creating a digital archive to preserve Professor Kripke’s works, including recordings of lectures and seminars dating back to , and lecture notes, manuscripts, and philosophical and mathematical correspondence dating back to the s.
Board Committee Documents The Notices give the time, place, rules and procedures for the committee meetings. The Agendas and supporting documents of upcoming meetings are drafts and subject to revision at any time prior to a meeting. Personnel information such as resumes, legal matters, real estate and contract negotiations and other issues under review may not be included, and supplemental materials may be introduced at meetings, as appropriate.
The Summaries are brief records of the items considered and the actions taken at the meetings. The Minutes are the official record of the proceedings of the meetings, adopted by each committee at its next meeting Records Retention Schedule The CUNY Records Retention and Disposition Schedule indicates the minimum length of time that college and University officials must retain records before the records may be disposed of legally.
This Schedule is meant both to ensure that records are retained as long as required for administrative, legal, and fiscal purposes, and to encourage the systematic disposal of records that are no longer needed.
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Print As the son of a domestic violence survivor, David Marshall is hoping to chip away some of the attitudes that perpetuate violence against women at his college. It took two years to get the group up and running, but now the chapter, which is part of the national organization Men Can Stop Rape, serves as a resource to prevent dating violence at the college. Marshall and his peers start every meeting by discussing sexist or misogynistic comments they hear on campus, discussing personal experiences with violence, venting about academic or societal pressures and offering each other support.
This site is part of the CUNY Academic Commons, an academic social network for the entire campus CUNY system. Unless otherwise stated, all content on the CUNY Academic Commons is licensed under a Creative Commons license.
Students are not required to testify at disciplinary hearings, although they may be encouraged to do so. However, if student-witnesses refuse to testify at the hearing, it may be less likely that fact finder s will find the conduct occurred or impose the penalty the College seeks. Employees may be required to testify. Cooperation with investigation is required of all employees.
The College will seek to discipline anyone found to have engaged in retaliation. Employees can report misconduct, confidentially if they choose, to the Office of General Counsel at http:
There may be serious academic and financial consequences associated with course withdrawal. W Official Withdrawal A non-punitive grade initiated by a student when a class is dropped via CUNYfirst during the published withdrawal period. You may withdraw officially with a grade of W between the third week of classes and the first day of the tenth week of classes. The official deadline date for each semester and summer term is published in the academic calendar. After the deadline, a withdrawal will be recommended by the only when it is clear that you have compelling reasons, e.
Art History Articles. Lee Krasner and Ad Reinhardt: notes on a friendship Problems in Dating: Putting the Catalogue Raisonné in Order This site is part of the CUNY Academic Commons, an academic social network for the entire campus CUNY system.
Accessible education[ edit ] CUNY has served a diverse student body, especially those excluded from or unable to afford private universities. Its four-year colleges offered a high quality, tuition-free education to the poor, the working class and the immigrants of New York City who met the grade requirements for matriculated status. During the Great Depression , with funding for the public colleges severely constrained, limits were imposed on the size of the colleges’ free Day Session, and tuition was imposed upon students deemed “competent” but not academically qualified for the day program.
Most of these “limited matriculation” students enrolled in the Evening Session, and paid tuition. In New York City, however, the community-college movement was constrained by many factors including “financial problems, narrow perceptions of responsibility, organizational weaknesses, adverse political factors, and another competing priorities. It wasn’t until , under a shared-funding arrangement with New York State, that New York City established its first community college, on Staten Island.
Unlike the day college students attending the city’s public baccalaureate colleges for free, the community college students had to pay tuition fees under the state-city funding formula.