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Free Courses For New York City Social Service Workers

December 06, 2022

City Life

In this article, the publication City Life discusses the Academy for Community Behavioral Health, which offers free courses designed to help city social service workers. The Academy was launched by the CUNY SPS Office of Professional Education and Workplace Learning (PEWL).

Social Activism and Firm Valuation: An Examination of ‘Taking a Knee’ Protests and National Football League Sponsors

November 29, 2022

Review of Pacific Basin Financial Markets and Policies

Arthur O'Connor, academic director of the MS in Data Science and BS in Information Systems programs, co-authored the research study, "Social Activism and Firm Valuation: An Examination of ‘Taking a Knee’ Protests and National Football League Sponsors." The study was published in the Review of Pacific Basin Financial Markets and Policies.

Arthur Miller Foundation Honors

November 29, 2022

Arthur Miller Foundation

The Arthur Miller Foundation (AMF), a non-profit that provides access and equity to quality theater education in public schools, has selected MA in Applied Theatre alum Linda Ames Key ('12) to receive the AMF Excellence in Arts Education Award.

9 New Albums You Should Listen to Now: Show Me the Body, Westside Gunn, and More

November 29, 2022

Pitchfork Magazine

CUNY SPS MA in Disability Studies student Molly Joyce recently released the album "Perspective", which features forty-seven different interviews with disabled persons addressing various issues on access, care, weakness, interdependence, and more. The album, which made Pitchfork Magazine's "9 New Albums You Should Listen to Now" list, is intended to be heard alongside open-captioned videos in an effort to emphasize multisensory accessibility.

New York's First Museum Marks Third Anniversary of Its Trailblazing Museum Studies MA Program in Partnership With CUNY School of Professional Studies

November 21, 2022

City Life

The publication City Life highlights the third anniversary of the CUNY SPS MA in Museum Studies program, which was created in partnership with the New-York Historical Society; also notes that the program has just launched a new fellowship to support students from under-represented groups or those who can demonstrate a commitment to diversity.