• CUNY SPS Student named Boston Commissioner of Persons with Disabilities

    October 25, 2010 | School of Professional Studies

    The CUNY School of Professional Studies is delighted to announce that on Tuesday, October 19th, Mayor Thomas M. Menino joined members of Boston’s disability community to celebrate the appointment of Kristen McCosh as Boston’s new Commissioner of Persons with Disabilities.

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  • Conference on Child Support Policy Sponsored by SPS and Partners

    October 12, 2010 | School of Professional Studies

    The CUNY School of Professional Studies (SPS) is pleased to announce that on October 14, 2010, child support researchers, service providers, government officials, and others will gather at the CUNY Graduate School and University Center to discuss the role that child support plays in fortifying children and families. Strengthening Families: How Can Child Support Help?, is a policy conference sponsored by the CUNY School of Professional Studies, the New York City Office of Child Support Enforcement, and The Future of Children: A Collaboration of The Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University and The Brookings Institution.

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  • United Arab Emirates Women Return To CUNY Creative Arts Team To Study Innovative American Educational Approach

    July 19, 2010 | School of Professional Studies

    For the second consecutive summer, the Creative Arts Team (CAT) at The City University of New York will host 12 aspiring young professional women from the United Arab Emirates for a whirlwind, two-week living and learning experience. This trip represents the third exchange between CUNY, CAT and UAEU. The partnership began in 2008 with a visit to UAEU by two CAT teaching artists and continued last year with a two-week summer residency at CAT by 12 UAEU students.

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  • School of Professional Studies First Study Abroad Program

    July 14, 2010 | School of Professional Studies

    The School of Professional Studies (SPS) is offering its first study abroad opportunity this summer, Project Rwanda: Drama and Theatre Education for Reconciliation, for students in the Applied Theatre master’s degree program. Students and accompanying faculty will spend 19 days in Rwanda working with youth to create an original piece of theatre based on their ideas and concerns around unity and reconciliation. While in Rwanda, SPS students will also visit cultural centers and genocide memorial sites to learn more about the current reconciliation process after the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi.

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  • School of Professional Studies Launches its Alumni Relations Office

    June 4, 2010 | School of Professional Studies

    Since being formed in 2003, the School of Professional Studies (SPS) has grown dramatically, offering groundbreaking programs, new modes of instruction, and new kinds of learning tailored for the diverse needs of working professionals. At Commencement exercises next week SPS will have 121 degree recipients from its Online Baccalaureate program and its first graduates from the Masters in Applied Theatre and Disability Studies programs.

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  • Applied Theatre Master’s Degree Students Present Theatre-in-Education Festival of Work

    May 14, 2010 | School of Professional Studies

    Theatre-in-Education (TIE) is a generic term used to describe theatre forms presented by actors who are versed in the techniques and methods of both theatre and teaching. The work is usually designed for a specific age group within the age range of 3 to 18 years, but is also sometimes developed for adult audiences. The performers are traditionally called “actor-teachers”.

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  • School of Professional Studies Accepting Fall 2010 Applications

    May 11, 2010 | School of Professional Studies

    The School of Professional Studies at the City University of New York (CUNY) announced today that it will continue accepting fall 2010 applications throughout the summer for all of its programs. An announcement issued by CUNY earlier this week reported an across-the-board cutoff for applications to its 11 senior colleges and six community colleges for the first time in recent history. The announced cutoff does not apply to any applications to the School of Professional Studies.

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