SoTD Faculty & Staff Town Hall: The theme will be “New Faces at City Tech” on Thursday, October 6th a 1 pm with introductions to our new faculty, staff, and administrators. Please encourage your departments to attend and RSVP their modality to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Dear MECh/IND students,
Please see the message below about a scholarship, from the ACEC New York, amounting to a maximum of $10,000 for engineering students in New York State (it means this scholarship is for you!).
At the American Council of Engineering Companies of New York, we believe that supporting the next generation of engineers is important not only for their futures but for the future of the world. Our organization offers a number of scholarship opportunities for third-year students in a four-year program/fourth-year students in a five-year program. In 2022, ACEC New York awarded $92,500 to 28 students from schools across New York State. Individual awards range from $1,000 to $10,000 and are given based on the students’ cumulative grade-point average, college activities, work experience and essays. This year, ACEC New York pledged $3,000 to support National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) scholarship students. Checks will be issued via check to be used during the student’s final year of undergraduate study at one of the approved engineering schools in New York State. Scholarships apply to students in the following fields of study:
- Mechanical Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Structural Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Environmental Engineering
- Chemical Engineering
- Engineering Technology
- Ceramics Engineering
For more information, visit our website and/or download our promotional flyer. The online application and supplementary documentation can also be found on our website. Please post this flyer in your department and share this information with students and the appropriate personnel.Thank you for any assistance you can provide in helping us share information about our scholarship program. If you would like more information, please contact our Director of Member Services, Erica Lavigne at email@example.com or 518 452-8611.
Courses: MAT 1275CO, MAT 1275, MAT 1375, MAT 1475, MAT 1575
Monday: 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.,
Tuesday: 12 p.m. to 2 p.m.,
Wednesday: 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.,
Thursday: 12 p.m. to 2 p.m., and
Friday 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
You will need a computer or device with a microphone and webcam. You may schedule as many as three appointments per week. You will need your EMPLID at your appointment.
- Use this Setmore link to schedule a 30-minute one-on-one session with a particular tutor: https://thelearningcenternycct.setmore.com/
- Scheduling instructions:
After you’ve clicked one of the links above, Setmore will walk you through this process of scheduling an appointment:
- Select your discipline.
- Select your tutor.
- Select the date and time for your tutoring session (you must schedule at least one hour in advance).
- You can sign in with an existing account or you can click “Skip login process.”
- Enter your name and email address (you do not need to enter your phone number). Enter your course in the comments section and click “Continue.”
- On the confirmation screen, make sure “Yes send me a reminder email” is selected before you click “Book My Appointment.”
- You will receive a confirmation email which contains a link to “Join your call.” Make sure you click this link and set yourself up ahead of time so that you are ready at your scheduled session.
Prepare for your tutoring session:
You can access your appointment either in your browser or using the Setmore app using the link in your confirmation email. To prepare for your 30-minute session with your tutor, make sure you are ready to ask specific questions and have any materials you may need close by.
- Do you need the tutor to explain a concept to you?
- Do you need help with a particular example?
- Do you need help with a particular assignment?
Items to have with you:
- EMPLID (on your student ID),
- textbook (have it open on your computer if it’s an online textbook),
The ALC follows the college calendar. No tutoring is available on September 2, September 5, September 26, September 27, October 4, October 5, October 10, November 24, and November 25.
The last day of tutoring is December 20, 2022.
For more information, please contact Judith Rockway at firstname.lastname@example.org
Dear MECH/IND students,
Are you interested in the Manufacturing industry? If so, please attend the nanotronics manufacturing day summit at Brooklyn Navy Yard. Free registration for students is here: https://bldg20.com/
PS. Our SoTD Dean Shields will be a speaker and give a presentation on October 6th, from 11-12 pm.
About the Manufacturing Summit
Dates: October 6th – October 7th, 2022
Location: Building 20 Brooklyn Navy Yard
For our first annual Manufacturing Summit, Nanotronics is convening influential manufacturing experts, industry pioneers, thought leaders, academics, policymakers, and key stakeholders for a cross-platform exchange to address pressing manufacturing challenges in today’s complex environment and examine opportunities on regional, state, and national levels. We will delve into key focus areas such as competitiveness, supply chain resilience, environmental sustainability, and climate change, globalization, the role of industrial clusters in infrastructural development, workforce empowerment, AI, machine learning, and more.
Day one is geared towards career development for the current talent pool as well as those preparing to enter the professional world.
Day two will include a series of provocative panels and idea exchange around new innovations and technologies with the sole mission of responsibly and efficiently shaping our industrial manufacturing future.
Congratulations to Aaryan Nair (Class of City Tech ’23) for winning the Belle Zeller Scholarship 2022! The Belle Zeller is given to a handful of students every year for exceptional community service in the field of study.
Aaryan is a Mechanical Engineering Senior, with a focus on Alternate Energy and Sustainability. He had been working for the past 2 years at the Composite and Bio Materials Lab (CBML) under Prof. AKM Rahman, publishing research on socially conscious projects such as alternative energy sources, and safety features for wind turbines. Under the guidance of Prof. Masato Nakamura, he had also designed a biodigester that converts human waste to energy, which could be hugely resourceful in remote locations and developing countries as a part of CUNY’s ongoing commitment to sustainability and environmental policy. Aaryan also won the prestigious ASME mechanical engineering NYC scholarship in 2021.
American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME): Welcome & Networking Event
Thursday, September 22
5-6 pm ET
Join us for this fun and interactive session to learn more
about the CCEP program, upcoming events, and hear
from peers how the program has helped them!
We even have some surprises throughout the session!
You MUST register for the event through the link above.
Community College Students