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Fall 2011

Provost and Senior Vice President Dr. Sadie Bragg on CETLS

Jan Stahl, English

In honor of the 20th Anniversary of TLC/CETLS, Prof. Jan Stahl, English, interviewed Provost and Senior Vice President of Academic Affairs, Dr. Sadie Bragg.

Read on for her perspective on CETLS!

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Fall 2011

From FIGs to Grants and Everything in Between: CETLS Currently from the Perspective of Advisory Board Members and Team Leaders

Jan Stahl, English, and M. Claire Pamplin, English

We spoke to current CETLS advisory board members and team leaders about their work and what they find most exciting about the Center. Read on for their perspectives!

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Fall 2011

CETLS Promotes Faculty Development: An Interview with Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, Michael Gillespie

Jan Stahl, English

In honor of the 20th Anniversary of TLC/CETLS, Prof. Jan Stahl, English, interviewed Dr. Michael Gillespie, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs and advisor for CETLS. Dean Gillespie reflected on the importance of the Center in fostering, encouraging, and promoting faculty development.    

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Fall 2011

A Look Back to 1991

Elizabeth Berlinger, English

As we honor CETLS’ 20th anniversary and join together to celebrate, let us scroll back to the past for a moment to take a quick glimpse at life twenty years ago — at BMCC, in New York City and in the world. Here are a few facts about life back then.

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Fall 2011

Fond Reflections: An Interview with Former TLC Directors and Co-Directors

Jan Stahl, English, and Jill Richardson, English

In honor of our 20th Anniversary in which we celebrate the TLC/CETLS' present and past, we proudly share interviews with eleven former TLC directors and co-directors.

Read on for the reminiscences of our former TLC leaders!

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Fall 2012

The Making of A Fig

Maureen Matarese and Mary Sepp, Developmental Skills

What can students’ gestures in class tell us about how they are learning English? What function does uncomfortable laughter have in institutional settings? These are some of the questions discussed in the Language, Society and Culture Faculty Interest Group.

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Fall 2012

New Laboratory Equals Success for Students and Faculty: An Interview with Prof. Susie Boydston-White

Jan M. Stahl, English

BMCC’s new Forensics and Bio Technology Lab, room N644, offers a site for exciting and interesting scientific research and collaborations between students and faculty. Prof. Jan Stahl sat down with Prof. Susie Boydston-White, Science, and discussed her involvement with the new lab.   

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Fall 2013

New FIG: Art across the Curriculum

Michelle Wang (Business Management) and Lane Glisson (Library)

 

What happens when college students walk into an art museum?  How does it change their perception of the world and their place within it? How can such changes be measured? These are some of the questions we consider in our Art across the Curriculum Faculty Interest Group (FIG).

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Fall 2013

New Faculty Biographies

Edited by Sarah Haviland (Music and Art), Jill Richardson (English), and Jan Stahl (English)

The editors of Faculty Focus are pleased to profile seventeen new faculty members who joined BMCC in the Fall of 2013.

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Spring 2011

The Mutual Benefits of Faculty-Student Mentoring: A Conversation with Prof. Igor Zaitsev and Raymond Szigeti, BMCC Student

Jan Stahl, English

Prof. Jan Stahl, English, spoke with Igor Zaitsev, Assistant Professor of Science, and student, Raymond Szigeti, on the mentoring project that resulted in a BMCC poster presentation, a presentation at an International Conference, and illustrations for a forthcoming textbook. Prof. Zaitsev and Mr. Szigeti described their project and the advantages that can be gained from faculty-student mentorships.

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Spring 2012

Transitions and Transactions: An Interview with BMCC Conference Organizers, Prof. Margaret Barrow and Prof. Manya Steinkoler

Jan M. Stahl, English

The first community college conference devoted to literature pedagogy was held at BMCC on April 20-April 21, 2012. Transitions and Transactions: Literature Pedagogy in Community Colleges was organized by English Department faculty Margaret Barrow and Manya Steinkoler. The conference hosted more than 200 participants. Prof. Barrow and Prof. Steinkoler sat down with Faculty Focus recently to talk about their experiences.

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