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2022 Florida Research Administration Conference Presentations

February 16, 2022

Florida Research Administration Conference

MS in Research Administration and Compliance faculty member James Casey delivered two presentations at the 2022 Florida Research Administration Conference. Recordings of his presentations "Data Protection for the Research Administrator" and "Overview of Contracting for the Research Administrator" can be viewed at the conference's YouTube channel.

CUNY School of Professional Studies entre las 10 mejores universidades en la nación

February 15, 2022

Noticia El Correo NY

CUNY SPS was featured in an article by the Spanish-language publication Noticia El Correo NY, which noted that the School has been ranked among the top ten in the nation on U.S. News & World Report's 2022 list of Best Online Bachelor's Programs.

2022 Outstanding Dissertation Award

February 10, 2022

American Montessori Society

Dr. Claudine Campanelli, who oversees the CUNY SPS Child Development Associate (CDA) and Children’s Program Administrator Credential (CPAC) programs, has been awarded the 2022 Outstanding Dissertation Award by the American Montessori Society (AMS) for her dissertation "Birth to Three Language Acquisition: Influences of Ambient Language in the Montessori Setting". She will be sharing her research findings at the 2022 national AMS conference this March.

Faculty Fellowship Publication Program Participants 2021-2022

February 01, 2022

CUNY Faculty Fellowship Publication Program

Cassandra Evans, assistant professor in the CUNY SPS disability studies program, was selected to participate in the CUNY Faculty Fellowship Publication Program (FFPP), where she will be mentored through the AY 2021/2022 to work on publications with other tenure-track faculty across CUNY. Dr. Evans will be working on her project Five Wives, a novel regarding disability justice and intersectionality.

The best video essays of 2021

February 01, 2022

Sight and Sound

Elizabeth Alsop, assistant professor and academic director of the CUNY SPS communication and media program, is pleased to announce her video essay, "The Television Will Not Be Summarized: Some Notes on Televisual Excess," was included in the 2021 Sight and Sound poll of best video essays. The video was originally published in [in]Transition, a peer-reviewed journal of videographic criticism.