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CUNY SPS Is Named 2021-2022 Military Friendly School

February 26, 2021

Military Friendly®

CUNY SPS has earned a Military Friendly® School: Silver Award for 2021-2022 by the website MilitaryFriendly.com.

Revision Path Episode 385: Danny Shaw

February 24, 2021

Revision Path

CUNY SPS alum Danny Shaw (MS in Business Management and Leadership '17) describes his career as a designer and design educator in an interview with Revision Path, an award-winning weekly podcast that showcases Black designers, developers, and digital creatives from all over the world.

Meeting Students Where They Are: Building Community in an Online World (Part 1) - Karen Gonzalez

January 29, 2021

Digication

CUNY SPS ePortfolio Assistant Karen Gonzalez is featured in the latest episode of the Digication podcast, where she discusses her work and shares her insights into ePortfolio pedagogy and practice. The ePortfolio of Rokshana Ali, a student in the MS in Disability Services in Higher Education program and the assistant director of Communications & Media and Liberal Studies at CUNY SPS, is highlighted in this podcast as well.

Announcing the 2021 Create Change Cohort and Radical Imagination Fellow

January 29, 2021

The Laundromat Project

CUNY SPS MA in Applied Theatre alum and faculty member Piper Anderson (’11) has been invited by the arts organization Laundromat Project to be their inaugural Radical Imagination Fellow, a year-long post supported by The David Rockefeller Fund. In this fellowship role, Anderson will deepen organizational understandings around timely issues of abolition, healing justice, public memory, and the Black radical imagination.

The Television Will Not Be Summarized

January 22, 2021

[in]Transition

Dr. Elizabeth Alsop, academic director of communication and media and liberal studies at CUNY SPS, has published the video essay "The Television Will Not Be Summarized" in the latest issue of [in]Transition, a peer-reviewed journal of videographic criticism. Her video explores "excessive" style in contemporary TV, in shows including Twin Peaks: The Return, The Leftovers, The Knick, Hannibal, and Enlightened.