Presenter(s): Barbara Barone (DMLC), Alicia Ramos (Romance Languages), Clifford Irizarry (Chanin Language Center), Marcia Liu (Asian American Studies)
Barbara Barone of the Dolciani Mathematics Learning Center will speak about the Early Alert system the DMLC uses in collaboration with the Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics to identify students at risk of not succeeding and reach out to them before it is too late. Placing students correctly is a challenge essential to ensuring students will be able to succeed in their coursework. Alicia Ramos (Romance Languages) and Clifford Irizarry (Chanin Language Center) will talk about the their placement procedures that have proven very effective. Marcia Liu from Asian American Studies will speak about her research on supporting students and its practical implications, as well as the cultural issues pertinent to the topic of mental health.
Presenter(s): Martin Pino (CWS), Sudi Shayesteh (AccessAbility), Leslie Ader (BRT)
Representatives from Hunter’s Counseling and Wellness Services, Office of AccessAbility, and Behavioral Response team will talk about the services each provides, as well as what warning signs to look for in students and when and how to personally assist or refer them to the appropriate campus organization. [Details...]
In this Event Capsule, Sarah Ward, Stephanie Margolin, and Mason Brown (Library) discuss their work with the SEEK Summer Bridge students, in which students look closely at and ask questions about comic panels and pages as an introduction to the research process.
On Wednesday, October 25, from 12:00 - 1:00 pm, you are invited to join the Provost’s Office and the Office of the Dean for Diversity and Compliance as Hunter officially launches its institutional membership with the National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity.
Presenter(s): John Chin (Urban Policy and Planning), Marcia Liu (HCAP Mental Health Educator), Linh An (HCAP ELL Specialist), Kimmi Tsoi (Hunter College Student), Naheed Hossain (Hunter College Student)
Approximately one third of Hunter College’s population identifies as Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI). During this Lunchtime Seminar, staff of the Hunter College AANAPISI Project (HCAP) will discuss issues AAPI college students face and strategies on how best to support them. [Details...]
The HCAP Faculty and Staff invites you to the Hunter College AANAPISI Project (HCAP) 2017 Fall Kickoff Event. HCAP is funded by the U.S. Department of Education for the next four years to help support Asian American and Pacific Islander students at Hunter College through their college experience.