Academic Technology AT CUNY

The City University of New York is engaged in several major University-wide academic technology initiatives. They all are collaborations across campuses using the latest means and tools to improve instruction and access. initiatives/academictechnology.html

Black Male Initiative

An important new initiative intended to increase, encourage, and support the inclusion and educational success of under-represented groups in higher education, in particular black males. All programs and activities of the Black Male Initiative are open to all academically eligible students, faculty and staff, without regard to race, gender, national origin, or other characteristic. initiatives/bmi.html

Collegiate Learning Assessment

The Collegiate Learning Assessment (CLA) provides an authentic means for measuring college student abilities in critical thinking, analytic reasoning, problem solving, and written communications - key skills that are emphasized across colleges and across academic programs. CUNY colleges administer the CLA to representative samples of freshmen as they enter in the fall, and then to senior students as they approach completion of their degrees in the spring. initiatives/cla.html

Latino Faculty Initiative

Established in Fall 2006, the Latino Faculty Initiative seeks to link qualified Latino(a) candidates to faculty positions within CUNY. To this end, the initiative will engage in outreach and recruitment, and work with CUNY colleges to advance their faculty’s diversity. initiatives/lfi.html

Math Matters at CUNY

Incorporating contributions from departments across the University, the Central Office, and external partners, CUNY promotes excellence and achievement in the teaching and learning of mathematics. initiatives/cuny-math-initiative.html

Workforce Development Initiative

Each year, CUNY receives funding from New York State for the Workforce Development Initiative (WDI). These funds, which the Office of Academic Affairs awards to CUNY colleges through a competitive process, allow the University to support New York City’s workforce through innovative workforce training and education programs and research projects. initiatives/wdi.html

School of Public Health

The CUNY School of Public Health at Hunter College works with communities, nonprofits, private groups and government agencies to help people live healthier lives. It conducts research and creates new models of public health education and practice to solve urban health problems. New SPH Website

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