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This edition: Beyond the classroom

Episode Details

Original tape date: October 10, 2018.

First aired: November 1, 2018.

This month’s episode of Urban U takes CUNY out of the classrooms and into the world of experience and scholarship. We’ll watch as students inventory the living organisms of Inwood Hill Park .. we’ll hear poetry written by a CUNY prof who visited refugee camps abroad … and we’ll talk with a lucky CUNY alum heading to the UK to pursue her PhD with a Marshall scholarship. We’ve got all this….and more.

Guest List

Christina Alicea Student, John Jay College of Criminal Justice/CUNY

Olivia Asher Macaulay ’21 At Baruch College

Lisa Brundage PhD Director, Teaching, Learning and Technology, Macaulay Honors College/CUNY

Josephine Cook Graduate, Queens College/CUNY

Julie Fuller Technology Fellow, Macaulay Honors College/CUNY

Grace Ju Hye Hwoang Opera Singer, Queens College/CUNY

Jessica Joyner PhD, Brooklyn College/CUNY

Zach Mandernach Musician, Queens College/CUNY

Nili Ness Correctional Services Librarian, Queens College/CUNY

Kelly O'Donnell PhD, Director of Science Forward, Macaulay Honors College/CUNY

Peter Park, PhD Associate Professor of Biology, Nyack College

Jodie Roure Associate Professor, Department of Latin American and Latina/o Studies, John Jay College of Criminal Justice/CUNY

Tom Sleigh Professor, Author, Poet, Program Director, MFA Program in Creative Writing, Hunter College/CUNY

Catherine Tum Macaulay ’21 At Baruch College

Joseph Ugoretz PhD Chief Academic Office, Macaulay Honors College/CUNY

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