Daria Kaczorowska

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CUNY tuition hike coming to a school near you

In CUNY’s 2017-2018 Operating Budget Request and Four-Year Financial Plan, there is a proposed $250 tuition hike coming to CUNY senior colleges over the next four years. The tuition hike is actually lower than the proposed $300 hike for senior colleges, and includes a $100 tuition hike for community colleges. The initially proposed $300 tuition […]

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Revature partners with CUNY to build new talent

Revature, a technology solutions firm based in Virginia, will be partnering with CUNY to bring a free, 12-week programming boot camp and RevaturePro, a custom online training course, to interested alumni. The boot camp will launch at Queens College on November 14 by the School of Professional Studies. The general CUNY start date will be […]

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CUNY prioritizing recruitment of international students to campuses

In its 2016-2020 master plan, CUNY has listed the recruitment of international students a top priority in hopes to dramatically increase low numbers of the past. CUNY’s campuses have long been known to be places of diversity and acceptance of various creeds and cultures. As the numbers check out, though, the system does not attract […]

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A battle of the pens and keyboards

From handwriting to tablets, students have many ways to take notes, and the choice seems unimportant and insignificant. But new findings show the choice of note taking is not just about comfort, but also how to register information in the brain. In a study conducted by Pam Muller of Princeton University and Daniel Oppenheimer of […]

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Unveiling OASIS and improving success for underprivileged students

Coming to Queens College is a new initiative aimed at increasing minority graduation rates. Optimizing Academic Success and Institutional Strategy is Education Trust’s innovative initiative to improve higher education success for underprivileged students. The organization, which is a non-profit advocacy, promotes programs aimed at helping students of low-income and minorities in order to close achievement […]

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