$100,000 NEH Grant won by Global Studies Pedagogy Group

BMCC Poets

BMCC Historian Jacob Kramer's Book out this Summer

Innovative Academic Technology Conference at Medgar Evars

BMCC Faculty featured in Latino Studies Curriculum Conference

CETLS Director
Dr. Megan Elias
212-220-8000 ext. 7210

CETLS Board members



Phyllis Niles


Patrizia Comello Perry

Abel Navarro

Elizabeth Berlinger

Sarah Friedman

Erik Freas

Terry Voorhees

Deniz Gokcora

Dorothea Coiffe

Michelle Wang

Lina Wu

Amy Sodaro

Marci Littlefield

Colin Persaud


The Center for Excellence in Teaching, Learning, and Scholarship at BMCC fosters a culture that supports innovative and effective pedagogy, as well as excellence in scholarship and creative projects.

CETLS is in Room S-510 D

Upcoming Events at CETLS

CETLS Events March 30 to April 3


Monday, March 30, 12 -2

Writing Space. CETLS will be open for faculty and staff as a writers’ room every Monday from 12 to 2. Bring your laptop or a notebook. Coffee will be provided.


Tuesday, March 31 12 -1

Adjunct Faculty Professional Development Fund

Adjunct faculty member Michael Seitz presents information about research and travel benefits available to adjunct faculty members.


Tuesday, March 31 3 – 4

Research Integrity Workshop

Diane Simmons, BMCC Research Integrity Officer, will walk faculty through the process of getting Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) online training, now required of  those who are applying for grants, including PSC-CUNY grants.  Students doing out-of-classroom research are also required to take this training.


Wednesday, April 1 2:30 – 3:30

Teaching in the Academically Diverse Classroom

One of the great challenges and also one of the great joys of teaching in a community college is the diversity of academic backgrounds we encounter in the classroom. In this workshop we will learn strategies to use this diversity as an asset in teaching. Workshop led by Elizabeth Berlinger and Kristina Varade


Wednesday, April 1 4 -5

The Transmetrical Snark

Professor Consenstein will discuss the history and particularities of French translations of Lewis Carroll's The Hunting of the Snark. He will focus on the work of a poet-translator, Jacques Roubaud, who transforms Carroll's unique and innovative style into a new, unique French style. This work was presented in October 2014 at Johns Hopkins University within the framework of a research program funded by the French Agence nationale de la recherche, which targets the "differences of potential" of the group Oulipo (

Professor Margaret Carson, a literary translator from Spanish, will respond to Professor Consenstein's presentation.






To unsubscribe from the ALL_STAFF list, click the following link:


To unsubscribe from the ALL_STAFF list, click the following link:



  • BMCC logo
The City University of New York

Borough of Manhattan Community College
The City University of New York
199 Chambers Street, New York, NY 10007
212-220-8000 | Directory

Text Only Version|Make this web site talk