15 04, 2021

Library Connections in Remote Times #16: Women’s History Month & Earth Month – A Nexus

2021-08-25T10:17:37-04:00

By Natalia Sucre, Instruction & Digital Services Librarian  At our last library virtual roundtable, Women’s Grassroots Leadership: Global/Local, on the last day of Women’s history week, we were led by two distinguished guests --Dr. Pamela Ransom of MCNY and Shorai Chitongo of the Huairou Commission-- through a [...]

Library Connections in Remote Times #16: Women’s History Month & Earth Month – A Nexus2021-08-25T10:17:37-04:00
3 03, 2021

Start Building Professional Skills with LEC Tutoring

2021-03-04T12:43:27-05:00

By Nathan Schiller, Director of Academic Support Many MCNY students are adult learners who want their education to be connected directly to their professional fields. That’s why MCNY has accelerated programs and Purpose-Centered Education, whose [...]

Start Building Professional Skills with LEC Tutoring2021-03-04T12:43:27-05:00
17 02, 2021

Library Connections in Remote Times #15: What’s Poetry Got to Do with It?

2021-10-15T16:34:37-04:00

What’s Poetry Got to Do with It? A Community Reading of Amanda Gorman  By Tina Callender  MCNY Library hosted its first roundtable of the new year and semester on February 9th at 5pm. Our topic: Poetry and politics via the work of Amanda Gorman, who most recently commanded the nation’s attention on January 21st. Many thanks to students [...]

Library Connections in Remote Times #15: What’s Poetry Got to Do with It?2021-10-15T16:34:37-04:00
9 11, 2020

Human Services and Education Alumni Network – JOIN A COMMITTEE!!!

2020-12-08T16:43:41-05:00

Give Back by Sharing Your Educational and Professional Experiences, Mentoring, Planning Events and Networking! Audrey Cohen School for Humans Services and Education Alumni Network Committees To join a committee AND for more information contact: Eugene [...]

Human Services and Education Alumni Network – JOIN A COMMITTEE!!!2020-12-08T16:43:41-05:00
14 10, 2020

Good Study Habits 101: Back to the Basics

2020-10-14T15:36:38-04:00

By Nathan Schiller, Director of Academic Support Since last spring, education has revolved around Covid-19. Everything changed so abruptly, then MCNY went totally online in the summer, and now we’re doing hybrid courses. These were [...]

Good Study Habits 101: Back to the Basics2020-10-14T15:36:38-04:00
9 07, 2020

Library Connections in Remote Times #13

2021-08-25T10:05:18-04:00

The Anti-Racist Reading List - Then and Now: Framing the Conversation By Tina Callender, Evening Reference Librarian Weary and exhausted from the pandemic and being socially distanced, isolated from family and friends, at the end of May I --like so [...]

Library Connections in Remote Times #132021-08-25T10:05:18-04:00
30 06, 2020

Post-Traditional Students, the Hidden Cultures of College, and Self-Directed Learning

2020-07-01T13:05:11-04:00

By Michael Schoch, LEC Writing Specialist Most MCNY students are adult learners who commute to school, work jobs, and raise families—characteristics that label them “non-traditional” college students. But, as Madeline St. Amour observes in a recent article in Inside Higher Ed, this demographic will soon represent the majority of higher education students.  This is [...]

Post-Traditional Students, the Hidden Cultures of College, and Self-Directed Learning2020-07-01T13:05:11-04:00