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Best Online Medical Coding Degree Programs

November 19, 2019


Our Online Certificate in Medical Coding was ranked in Intelligent's Best Online Medical Coding programs list for 2019.
Miles the Doppelganger, played by Hayden Palmer, fights Agnes, played by Claire Schnatterbeck, in a Sheridan High School Drama Club rehearsal of “She Kills Monsters.” (Grace Cannon)

Courage and vulnerability: taking artistic risk in a small town

November 12, 2019


Grace Cannon holds a MA in Applied Theatre from CUNY SPS. In this article, Grace examines the relationship between courage and the risk of vulnerability in theatre, as well as the role that theatre educators play in today's environment.
A park road lined with trees in autumn

Supporting Green Spaces and Partnerships Through the Central Park Conservancy Institute for Urban Parks

November 06, 2019

The Chronicle of Philanthropy

The Chronicle of Philanthropy reports on the collaborations formed between Central Park Conservancy's Institute for Urban Parks and organizations throughout the country to revitalize and maintain public parks.
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Sorority flow: the rhetoric of sisterhood in post-network television

October 16, 2019

Feminist Media Studies

Dr. Elizabeth Alsop, academic director of the BA in Communication and Media and BA in Liberal Studies degree programs, recently published "Sorority flow: the rhetoric of sisterhood in post-network television" for Feminist Media Studies.

Birth of a Teacher: A Special CDA® Program at CUNY SPS

September 22, 2019

Shontae Ferguson-Pryce was determined to attend her graduation.

Shontae dreamed of standing onstage with the 46 other students who'd earned their Child Development Associate (CDA®) Credentials from the City University of New York School of Professional Studies (CUNY SPS).