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Online Teaching Exchange

Presenters Hollis Glaser (Speech, Communications, and Theatre Arts) Adele Kudish (English) Jason Ostrowe (Social Sciences, Human Services, and Criminal Justice) Description The Online Teaching Exchange is an opportunity for BMCC faculty to share their experiences teaching online and hybrid courses in an informal setting. At each session, two or three faculty members will demonstrate one...

Application for Tenure/CCE and Promotion

Faculty applying for promotion to Professor, Associate Professor, Adjunct Professor, Adjunct Associate Professor, or the College Laboratory Technician line or those scheduled for review for Tenure or Certificate of Continuous Employment (CCE) should complete and submit the online form, along with a copy of their CV and a list of professional references by the indicated deadlines. The...

Community-Based Organizations

Connecting the community to college BMCC recognizes the important role Community-Based Organizations (CBOs) play in the personal, academic and professional growth of their program participants. We are committed to improving college access for all by partnering with CBOs to help students overcome barriers and support their transition to college. The BMCC resources below will...

Software for Students

BMCC is committed to supporting digital equity, literacy, and 21st-century technology skills. We offer students like you digital tools and services to support your educational and career success. Below you will find a list of the tools that are either free to all BMCC students or are being used by a select number of faculty...

Teaching with Technology

Teaching with technology can range from the use of video in the classroom to organizing your course in a learning management system (Blackboard); or it can grow to as much as teaching hybrid courses, creating media, websites, and having no-cost OER courses fully online. We are here to help you find creative and effective...

Course Schedule

For BMCC or CUNY Students If you are a BMCC or CUNY student and want to find or enroll in e-learning courses, navigate to the BMCC home page, select the "Log In" drop down arrow on top right of screen, then select CUNYfirst. Find Student Center in the CUNYfirst menu and then search for...

Amenities

Each conference space is equipped with multi-purpose tables, which can be configured to optimize the interaction among participants. Round tables are available for team participation or dining. Work tables with AC outlets and data/USB ports can be set up for classroom or lecture-style sessions. Theater seating in rows, for assembly or plenary sessions. Free WiFi...

Research Team

Primary Investigators: Claire Wladis, Ph.D. Dr. Wladis has a Ph.D. in Mathematics from the CUNY Graduate Center. She is a professor of Mathematics at the Borough of Manhattan Community College, City University of New York. Her research focuses primarily on student retention and successful course completion, with a particular focus on remedial mathematics and...

Adult Learner

There’s No Time Like Now It may never seem like the right time to go back to school when you’re juggling adult responsibilities — a family, working full-time or caring for an elderly parent. If you’ve reached a point personally or professionally where you: Would like to earn more money Are interested in having...

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities The Division of Student Affairs provides opportunities for students to develop meaningful partnerships with on-campus departments as well as local non-profit organizations, public schools, city government, and civic organizations through a wide variety of volunteer experiences. Students may participate in one-time or ongoing volunteer activities that will enrich student learning outside of...