Category Archives: Gen Ed Theme: What is True?

Suspension Workshop

Suspension Workshop Alexander Aptekar Architectural Technology & Library / LEARNING PLACES: UNDERSTANDING THE CITY Activity Description: Provide a brief description of the activity In this workshop, you will work in teams and groups of teams to create a model suspension … Continue reading

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What Is True/What Is Fake? Journalism Today

What Is True/What Is Fake? Journalism Today Aaron Barlow English/Arts & Sciences Introduction to Journalism Activity Description: Provide a brief description of the activity Relation of a story by the professor about an encounter with an elephant (though it can … Continue reading

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Exploring cultural differences in dental care

Exploring cultural differences in dental care Anna Matthews Dental Hygiene / SPS Oral Anatomy DEN 1112 Activity Description: Provide a brief description of the activity In Fall 2016, students in three sections of DEN1112 completed a term project assignment with … Continue reading

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Where does our steel come from?

Where does our steel come from? John McCullough Entertainment Technology/Tech and Design ENT 2140 – Basic Welding Activity Description: Provide a brief description of the activity For this assignment, students will answer the question “where does Brooklyn get its steel?” … Continue reading

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A Gothic Guide to Brooklyn: Gothic Spaces Presentation

A Gothic Guide to Brooklyn: Gothic Spaces Presentation Laura Westengard English/School of Arts and Sciences Eng 3407 (Gothic Lit. and Visual Culture) https://openlab.citytech.cuny.edu/groups/gothic-nyc/ Activity Description: Provide a brief description of the activity Students created a travel guide for visitors interested … Continue reading

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