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CUNY Summer 2022 SoTL Fellows

In the summer of 2022, the CUNY Innovative Teaching Academy launched the first-ever CUNY-wide institute to support faculty from across campuses, disciplines, and ranks in developing a SoTL project for publication. From dozens of applicants, 15 faculty projects were selected. In June they participated in over 15 hours of intensive professional development, and in July-August they developed their projects. The 2022 SoTL Summer Institute was designed and facilitated by Dr. Laura Baecher, Hunter College/the Office of Undergraduate Studies and Policy (OUSAP) 2022 Leadership Fellow. Stay tuned for October 14th, 2022 when they present on their work at the first-annual SoTL@ CUNY mini-conference!

Aradhana Kumari
Borough Of Manhattan
Community College

How to Improve Conceptual Understanding
of Ideas in Mathematics

Casandra Silva Sibilin
York College

What if… Instead of Quizzes, We Assigned Learning Process Letters?
Michael Kirby
Kingsborough Community College

Librarians and OER Initiatives
Helen Chang
Hostos Community College

Assessing Civic Engagement in Political Science Courses
Chantale Damas
Queensborough Community College

Using a Serious Game in an Astronomy Course to Increase Learning Outcomes
Crystal Endsley
John Jay College

Healing with Hip Hop and Spoken Word Poetry

Carolyn Stallard

Brooklyn College

Playful Pedagogy In The College Classroom
Dongshin Chang
Hunter College
Kelly Aliano
LaGuardia Community College

“Togetherness” in the Virtual Classroom
Nicole Kras
Guttman Community College

Assessing Nature-Based Learning in Higher Education
Cailean Cooney
City Tech

Faculty Representation in Teaching and Learning programs: A Case Study of a Local OER Initiative
Michelle Fraboni
Queens College

Exploring Ungrading with Undergraduate Teacher Education Students
Lynn Lu
CUNY Law School

Retrofitting Legal Education for Access to Actual Justice
Kate Moss
School of Professional Studies

Do student-led discussion boards increase student engagement in online courses?
Christina Manzo Queensborough Community College

The Impact of an Accounting Readiness Program
Natasha Nurse-Clarke
Lehman College
Brenda Hernandez Acevedo
Lehman College

An Exploration of the Effects of
Virtual Gaming Simulation on Knowledge Retention, Student Enjoyment, Satisfaction and Confidence Levels
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