Welcome Back! Fall 2011 LEC

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Important LEC Updates

We are delighted to share with you that the LEC has settled into it’s new permanent home. We are now located in the library at the end of the stacks.

To make an appointment, please contact:

Sandra Ariza; LEC Administrator

212.343.1234  EXT. 2438

sariza@mcny.edu

*Appointments preferred; walk-ins are welcome if there is a specialist available.

Appointment can be made via email, phone or in-person.




Fall Tutorial Hours

Writing Tutorial Hours:

Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays 10-6PM

Thursdays 10-7PM, Fridays and Saturdays 10-5PM

Math Tutorial Hours:

Mondays 12-7PM, Tuesdays 11-5PM, Wednesdays 11-7PM

Thursdays 11-3PM, Fridays 2-7PM, Saturdays 10-5PM




Getting to Know the LEC Team

The LEC congratulates Parker Pracjeck as the new LEC Interim Academic Coordinator.

The LEC welcomes our newest math specialist to our team and MCNY community, Mr. Aleksandr Rusinov.

We welcome you to meet with any of our dedicated team of professionals.




LEC Announcements

Luminaria Special Issue: COMING SOON

The long awaited upcoming issue of the LEC newsletter, the Luminaria, will debut on the LEC Blog as an electronic issue!

This issue discusses Self Directed Learning from the perspective of faculty members and MCNY students through the use of interactive media.




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