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This Week in Core 100

Mar 20 – The Core 100 program invites students and faculty from the College to join us for our weekly lecture series. Each week, all of the first-year more »

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On Campus Seminar – Conflict Management: Strategies for Handling Difficult Behavior Seminar

Mar 20 – There are still seats available for the on campus seminar: “Conflict Management: Strategies for Handling Difficult Behavior,” on Wednesday, Mar. 22 in Building 1A, Room more »

Categorized : The Bulletin

[video] Moroccon Artist and Professor Said Bouftass to Present at CSI

Mar 17 – Said Bouftass, PhD, Professor of Fine Arts at the Institut Nationale des Beaux-Arts de Tetouan in Morocco, is co-founder, with Khaldoune Bencheikh, of Phenomorphology of more »

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Coming Out Panel

Mar 17 – Join us for a Coming Out Panel on Thursday, Mar. 23 in the Center for the Arts (Building 1P), Room 223 from 2:30pm to 4:30pm. more »

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Lunch and Learn Series on DHSS Graduate Programs

Mar 17 – Reinvent yourself and further your education at CSI. Join us for a Lunch and Learn for staff who are iinterested in Master’s programs in the more »

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Provost Tea Today

Mar 16 – Please join the Provost for tea in the Center for the Arts (Building 1P), Room 116 at 4:30pm, following today’s Faculty Senate/College Council meeting.

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Mar 15 – Meet Jennifer Armstrong, TV and pop culture historian, and author of The New York Times-acclaimed book SEINFELDIA: How a Show about Nothing Changed Everything on more »

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Student Success Faculty Institute Meeting

Mar 15 – The Faculty Institute for Student Success will have its second meeting on Thursday, Mar. 16 from 12:15pm to 2:00pm in the Faculty Center in the Library (Building 1L, Room 203). The theme more »

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Apr 30 – The College of Staten Island was hit with a campus-wide power outage yesterday and several areas are still without electrical power.  Despite this, all intercollegiate more »