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CUNY SPS Disability Studies Alum Danielle Lopez

Disability Studies Alum Named Director of Accessibility Services

January 18, 2024

ROI-NJ

Danielle Lopez, a CUNY SPS Disability Studies alum, will assume the role of director of diversity, equity, and inclusion for accessibility services at the Hudson County Community College.
Cover of the book by CUNY SPS Dean Emeritus John Mogulescu

The Dean of New Things: Bringing Change to CUNY and New York City

January 12, 2024

WNYC

John Mogulescu, dean emeritus of the CUNY School of Professional Studies and author of the book “The Dean of New Things: Bringing Change to CUNY and New York City,” shares his story of innovation at CUNY on The Brian Lehrer Show.
cover of the book containing Dr. Keith Weiner's chapter

Privacy and Security

December 28, 2023

Health Informatics Multidisciplinary Approaches for Current and Future Professionals

Dr. Keith Weiner, adjunct faculty for the Graduate Nursing Informatics program, published a chapter in the book "Health Informatics: Multidisciplinary Approaches for Current and Future Professionals" last year. Dr. Weiner's chapter titled "Privacy and Security" consists of several true crime capers in which he dissects hacking incidents and delivers a cybersecurity analysis.
CUNY SPS Applied Theatre alum Brielle Silvestre

"It Feels So Real": The Value of Using Elements of Theatre to Rehearse a Profession

December 28, 2023

Theatre Topics Academic Journal

CUNY SPS Applied Theatre alum Brielle Silvestre (class of '19) published an article in the November Issue of Theatre Topics Academic Journal entitled, "'It Feels So Real': The Value of Using Elements of Theatre to Rehearse a Profession."
The cover of the text with CUNY SPS Professor Elizabeth Alsop's chapter

ReFocus: The Films of Susan Seidelman

November 28, 2023

Edinburgh University Press

CUNY SPS Assistant Professor Elizabeth Alsop published a chapter in the book "ReFocus: The Films of Susan Seidelman." Her chapter examines Seidelman's work on the first season of "Sex and the City," and offers a new framework for understanding women's authorship across film and television.