Cuny Fall 2023 Calendar – Spring 2023 Academic Calendar Classroom Catalog Academic Advisors Faculty and Staff
In the College, you can use your existing card if the original sticker has expired in 2020.
Cuny Fall 2023 Calendar
If you do not have a student card, you can mail it to the ID card office with the required photo ID card listed on the ID card office website, and the ID card office will send the card to your home address.
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If you have a problem with the photo, you will receive a letter from the ID service. We will send your new ID card to your email address as soon as it is created. Please provide your ID for office hours as they are strictly staffed.
CWE serves as the registry book for students of interdisciplinary studies of the UNICUMA Department. If you need help, please email cwefrontdesk@For more information, visit our VFD page. When contacting the reception, send;
Are you missing something in CWE? If so, please visit the email address at the front desk. We have a lost and found tank. Lost and found is kept for one semester. In the end, the goods are thrown away.
Fall 2022 Open Applications
We have several machines for sale at CWE. If you have any problems with the devices or lose your money, please visit the front desk to get a refund.
Interdisciplinary arts and science supervisors are available to advise students in one-hour, in-person meetings via conference, telephone, and email. Counselors do not meet with students personally 25 Work. All meetings are online.
Make an appointment by contacting the CWE Virtual Front Desk: cwefrontdesk@. When sending an inquiry by email, please send:
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Enrollment for the spring semester begins on November 1. Email the CWE Registrar to make an appointment with a registration advisor. ALL CWE students must meet with an advisor before registering for a course.
Benny’s writing is open to everyone in the CWE community – students, faculty and staff. It’s a special job. If you are a student, staff member, or faculty, you would do well to visit Benny whenever you or someone you care about has a need. We want to serve as a resource to anyone who needs help throughout the year. We encourage you to stop by and pick up some supplies for you and your family.
Visit our graduation page to learn everything you need to know about the graduation audition process, the graduation application, and our annual graduation celebration!
Cuny Innovative Teaching Academy
The AccessAbility Center/Student Disability Services is dedicated to ensuring that all students continue to have appropriate accommodations. The physical office of AAC/SDS will be closed until further notice; but the office will continue remotely.
If you are already enrolled in AAC/SDS and have received accommodation, please email your professors to discuss your accommodation.
Only vaccinated students are allowed to attend CWE. When entering the 7th floor and showing insurance, proof of vaccination is required;
Resources For Students
Only those with a “blue pass” have access to the campus. Please email [email protected] for assistance in obtaining a Cleared4 “blue card”. See the latest note for further instructions.
Check out the events page for all of our events! All notifications are sent to your e-mail address. Check your email every day! The City University of New York – Immigration Education Initiative () offers free virtual learning resources to preschool and elementary educators throughout New York State! Teachers will gain 15 Training and Leadership Education (CTLE) credits upon completion of a module focused on immigration and education. Modes will include a 1-hour pre-course assignment (found at the end of the registration form below), 7.5 hours of forced synchronous online sessions (split between three 2.5-hour sessions), and an additional 6.5 hours. asynchronous work in small groups and independent work. Due to limited space, educators can currently register for only one module.
It is a NYSED-funded project that aims to educate educators, researchers, families, and local leaders to identify and work with immigrant communities to learn, act to preserve the humanity of our community, regardless of legal status, and advocate equal treatment and opportunities. .
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These modules take a strengths-based perspective (Gandara, 2018) into the resilience, multilingualism and multiculturalism of immigrant students, equipping them for learning in the 21st century. Regardless of your certification area, degree, or position, you have the right and opportunity to educate yourself, colleagues, and students about current immigration issues. These issues affect students and families, and ultimately the freedoms, fears, hopes, and future of our nation.
Please note that we are currently only able to offer internships to New York State K-12 public school teachers, and participants can only apply for one module per academic year.
This professional development module helps educators build stronger relationships with immigrants and families and collaborate with community partners to understand and advocate for their needs. The module also uses children’s literature to discuss current immigration issues in a developmentally appropriate way.
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This module will provide a practical opportunity for teachers to learn about historical and current immigration issues and their impact on their school community. Participants will explore ways to create a safe and welcoming environment and support immigrant students academically, linguistically, and socio-emotionally.
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Participants in this module will help in understanding the issues of refugees and other migrant groups in order to facilitate students’ learning in a new educational, cultural and social environment. Activities and experiences will increase awareness, understanding, empathy and competence of educators and steps to better support refugee communities. *The presentation will be given to educators in Western New York.
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This approach will help educators explore and examine what advocacy might look like in our schools and classrooms, learn how to foster immigrant students’ access to college and careers, and understand how to support opportunities for immigrant youth in school and beyond. The event will provide an opportunity for educators not only to discuss key issues, but also to identify with community stakeholders specific activities that students and families can support.
Aminata Diop is Dean of the School of Education at the City College of New York. He has a Ph.D. in Urban Education at the CUNY Graduate Center. His research deals with the section,…
Between the culture, language, and social identity of young immigrants, while making visible a group that is often overlooked and/or ignored in school discourse, policy, and educational research. Her dissertation on African immigrant students, transnational mothers, and the integration experience of transnational children illustrates how the rise of immigrants in the United States incorporates dominant ideologies of nationalism and general notions of normal family structures.
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Ashley Busson Rodriguez is a third grade co-educational general education teacher at Dos Puentes Elementary School, a bilingual school in the Washington Heights neighborhood of New York City. He holds a master’s degree in bilingual education from the City College of New York.
Prior to teaching third grade, Ashley taught English to native speakers of adults and teenagers in Harlem, Boston, Santiago de Chile, and Morogoro, Tanzania. Ashley has contributed articles and courses related to language translation, immigration, public education, and Indigenous language education.
Sunisa considers herself part of the 1.5 generation of immigrants who moved to the United States after the Vietnam War. Born in a refugee camp in Thailand to Laotian parents, she and her family settled in New York.
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She soon spoke. A graduate of New York State Public Schools, he lived, attended university and worked in Northern California before returning to the East Coast to pursue a career as a public school teacher. Sunis currently teaches 11th and 12th grade English at Prospect Heights International High School in Brooklyn, which she calls home as she enters ninth grade. Her interest in language, especially translation and the mother tongue, has led her to the CUNY Graduate Center, where she hopes to contribute years of progressive, critical, and transformative educational experiences. He spends his time enjoying various manifestations of health and happiness. To be considered full-time, a student must have at least 12 credits in your major program. However, to graduate within two years, you will need to accumulate at least 15 credits each semester.
Kingsborough’s unique academic calendar allows you to split your credits between a regular 12-week academic session and a 6-week session as a sophomore and full-time student. For example, you can take 9 credits in a regular academic session and 6 credits in another session. You can attend classes of 2 lessons or 8 credits in a second session of 6 weeks. Classes fill up quickly, so register as soon as possible.
NOTE If you plan to share your schedule, you will need to register for both a 12-week session and a 12-week session.