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¿Es la educación parte de sus resoluciones de año nuevo? CUNY le permite obtener crédito por cosas que ya sabe, cómo su idioma y su experiencia laboral

January 09, 2023

El Correo

In this Spanish-language article, "¿Es la educación parte de sus resoluciones de año nuevo? CUNY le permite obtener crédito por cosas que ya sabe, cómo su idioma y su experiencia laboraI" (Is education part of your New Years resolutions? CUNY lets you get credit for things you already know, like your language and work experience), CUNY SPS Interim Dean Silva-Puras discusses the School's Credit for Prior Learning program.
CUNY SPS students can take advantage of the flexibility that online learning provides.

CUNY SPS Goes Out of Their Way to Help Students Succeed in College

January 05, 2023

CUNY SPS Blog

Dr. James Brown, an adjunct faculty member in the CUNY SPS health information management programs, outlines how CUNY SPS helps their students succeed..

Public Art Commissioner Speaks at Museum Studies Event

January 05, 2023

City Life

Kendal Henry, the assistant commissioner of public art and director of the Percent for Art Program at the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, discussed his career and the field of public art in an event hosted by the MA in the Museum Studies program at CUNY SPS.

Tiempo: CUNY credits for returning school

January 03, 2023

ABC New York

In this video, the ABC New York news show Tiempo interviews CUNY SPS Interim Dean Jorge Silva-Puras, who discusses several options for adults who want to go back to school.

The Kingdom Is the Strangest Medical Drama You’ll Ever See

December 19, 2022

The Atlantic

Elizabeth Alsop, assistant professor and academic director of the CUNY SPS communication and media BA program, recently published the article "The Kingdom Is the Strangest Medical Drama You’ll Ever See" in The Atlantic. Her piece explored Lars von Trier's haunted hospital drama, The Kingdom, which premiered in the 1990s but returned for an unexpected third season.