Entries by alex roland

Financial Aid’s Future: New Policies, Practices, & Tools

Co-sponsored by: Office of Postsecondary Readiness (OPSR) and Office of Assessment Date: February 1, 2016 Keynote:  Sarah Truelsch, Director of Policy Research, City University of New York Panel: FeDiana Camilo, Assistant Director of Financial Aid, Hunter College, City University of New York Julieta Schiffino, Associate Director of Financial Aid Services, State University of New York Angela […]

Transfer Policies, Practices and Research: Supporting Successful Transitions from Two-Year to Four-Year Degree Programs

Co-Sponsored by: Date: Thursday, April 7, 2016 Keynote: Dr. Vita C. Rabinowitz, Executive Vice Chencellor for Academic Affairs and University Provost, The City University of New York Student Speakers: Josue Pierette and Stephen Icaza College President Panel: President Karen Gould, Brooklyn College President Farley Herzek, Kingsborough Community College Presdeint Gail Mellow, LaGuardia Community College President Felix […]

GNYC celebrates May as our first ever Transfer Awareness Month

In May 2016, Graduate NYC & NYC College Line are celebrating our first ever Transfer Awareness Month. Throughout the month, GNYC will share data and information to increase awareness about additional obstacles to college completion students face when transferring from a two-year to a four-year college. Consider the following: Nationally, nearly 40% of all first-time […]

Past RFPs and Applications

Round One: http://gradnyc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/College-Completion-Innovation-Fund-Round-1-RFP.pdf Round Two: http://gradnyc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/College-Completion-Innovation-Fund-Round-1-RFP.pdf

2012-2013

Curriculum Alignment Project Final Report: Curriculum Alignment Project Final Report Math Units Introduction to Functions (High School) Solving Linear Equations (Developmental Algebra) Introduction to Functions (College – Pre-Calculus) Reading and Writing Units Should the Bill of Rights apply to everyone, equally, in all situations? (High School)  Reading Mathematics (Developmental Reading) Comedic Theories (College)

2013-2014

Partnering for Educational Success in NYC: NYC DOE & CUNY Graduate NYC’s first public report on progress toward the 2020 goal to double the number of graduates from CUNY. This report, created collaboratively with the NYC DOE and CUNY, highlights the two institutions’ critical partnership, their programming, and other initiatives to increase rates of college readiness and […]

Evidence-Based Practices In College Persistence & Completion

Co-Sponsored by: Date: Tuesday, June 30, 2015 Keynote: Martha Kanter, PhD Research Panel: Saskia Levy Thompson, Research Alliance Elisa Hertz, Guttman Community College Melinda Karp, The Community College Research Center (CCRC) Christine Logel, Renison University College Mike Weiss, MDRC Breakout Facilitators/Program Spotlights: Ruth Genn, Executive Director, Bottom Line – NY Donna Linderman, University Dean for […]

Culturally Relevant College Counseling

Co-Sponsored by: Office of Postsecondary Readiness (OPSR) Date: Thursday, June 4, 2015 Keynote:  Christine Logel, PhD Panel: Yelena Ramautar, College Bound Initiative, Brooklyn School for Global Studies Nikki Youngblood Giles, Barnard College Danny Tejada, Children’s Defense Fund Luz Jacobson, Marble Hill High School Breakout facilitators: Risa Dubow and Ginette Saimprevil, Bottom Line Amber Lodman and Long […]

FAFSA, Financial Aid & Funding Your Students’ College Education

Co-Sponsored by: Office of Postsecondary Readiness (OPSR) Date: Monday, February 2, 2015 Keynote: Bob Giannino, CEO, UAspire Financial Aid Officer Panel: Kim Nauer, Education Research Director, Center for New York City Affairs Ajana Wilkinson, Assistant Director, Kingsborough Community College Anne Pelak, Director of Financial Aid, the College of New Rochelle Gene Rogers, Sr., Financial Aid […]