Living Lab Fourth Year Fellows

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Living Lab Fourth Year Fellows
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Arts & Sciences, Professional Studies, Technology & Design
Project Description

This is a collaborative space for use by the Fourth Year Faculty Fellow participants in the General Education Seminar, part of City Tech’s Title V grant-funded initiative A Living Laboratory.

This seminar will concentrate particularly on the fourth year of the student experience at our college, a critical year for our students as their participation in capstone courses, internships and global learning prepares them to engage in the work force at a greater capacity and prepare for graduate education.


This project was created by: Prof. Karen Goodlad

Recent Posts

Call for Associate Fellows

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Photos from Boerum Hill walk

Thanks, Jill, for sharing your home and neighborhood.   See MorePhotos from Boerum Hill walk

+Pool, BWRC, Living Lab, and News 12

Dear 4th Year Fellows, You are on […] See More+Pool, BWRC, Living Lab, and News 12

Recent Comments

Comment on "Congratulations to the BWRC!"

Thanks for sharing and posting your notes. I enjoyed reading the various and varied opinions. See MoreComment on "Congratulations to the BWRC!"

Comment on "Heights HIKE"

I like "nice guy", it is so true. Also great shot of the bird in the tree, it can be so hard to […] See MoreComment on "Heights HIKE"

Comment on "Shoe Shiners – Mery, Tanya, Patrick"

The use of dining facility is really provocative frustration as well. See MoreComment on "Shoe Shiners – Mery, Tanya, Patrick"

Recent Discussions

Continuing the Conversation of ePorfolios

Hi, All. I do incorporate the ePortfolio to reflect student learning. As part of their service learning project in Community Health Nursing, students include a self-reflection in the collective of the project, as well as in their own […] See MoreContinuing the Conversation of ePorfolios

Richard Feynman: A Curious Character, Creative Genius or Something Else Entirely…

Good observation, the way Feynman utilizes refining as learning technique is effective throughout his career. It is a valuable skill to be able to impart to your students. See MoreRichard Feynman: A Curious Character, Creative Genius or Something Else Entirely…

2014 CUE Conference

Please see the invitation to the CUE Conference here: Proposals are due March 3, 2014 See More2014 CUE Conference

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