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Travis Bartley is a third-year doctoral student at the Grad Center. At LaGuardia, under the direction of Pablo Avila, Travis assists in developing the computational... [Read more ]

At LaGuardia since 2021, COIL Humanities Alliance Fellow Oriana Mejias Martinez is mentored by Olga Aksakalova, English professor and Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) program... [Read more ]

The Center for Teaching and Learning hosted a hybrid Chat GPT brown bag on February 16, 2023, facilitated by Professor Milena Cuellar (MEC) and CTL... [Read more ]

The College’s Assessment Leadership Team (ALT) invites all part-time and full-time faculty to participate in the Benchmark Reading. It is a significant annual practice where the College convene to... [Read more ]

The year-long CTL seminar, Food Inequity, Insecurity, and Justice, considers the topic of food justice within the context of history, social struggle, and economic systems.... [Read more ]

The CTL Coordinators’ Reading Group recently finished discussing bell hooks’s Teaching to Transgress: Education as the Practice of Freedom (1994), in which she examines the... [Read more ]

On May 19, 2022, excitement and anticipation reverberated through LaGuardia’s M401A; it’s not every day that Student Success Mentors (SSMs) are invited to sit down... [Read more ]

Articles “How the US dictates What Puerto Rico Eats,” New York Times, October 1, 2021 “A National Call for Food Production: Sustainable Farming Seeks Revolution... [Read more ]

Providing all our students with access to the materials they need to learn sounds like something we’re already doing, yet this is not always the... [Read more ]

Overview (Greeting) | Resources | Faculty Reflections Dominique Zino, English, reflects on teaching the concept of hunger. In my food-themed Writing through Literature course, we... [Read more ]

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