To support you in your academic writing process, we are pleased to offer 2 FREE sessions patterned after the journal club discussion format on Modern Academic Writing Strategies with Strunk & White.
Nurse writing mentor Amanda Anderson of The Nurses Writing Project will use the Strunk & White’s Elements of Style as the framework for presenting Paper Writing Basics on 03/24/15 and Grammar Made Easy on 03/31/15. Both sessions will take place on Tuesday at 3pm in the Osborn Room (HPEC, Mezzanine Level).
Nurse Peer Writing Mentors are available to help nursing students who struggle with academic writing, those looking to get published, and those who are interested in extracurricular writing. Mentors work via email and are holding free weekly in-person workgroups every Tuesday. Click The Nurses Writing Project for details.
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Know what is open and closed as the New York region prepares for a blizzard nyti.ms/1tfOSkr
Also, use your CUNYfirst account to sign up for CUNY A!ert and be notified of an emergency via email, voice (telephone), or text message.
For more information on weather emergency preparedness for yourself and your family, please visit the websites listed below:
Hunter College is proud to announce that on Thursday, 11/21/2013, our joint venture with Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC) was approved by the Manhattan Borough Board, paving the way for construction on our state-of-the-art Science and Health Professions building to begin in the next few months. The vote followed our successful completion of the land use process last month. Read More…
CUNYfirst will be used for important processes such as course registration, degree audit and transcripts going forward. So even if you are graduating this year, you will need a CUNYfirst account to confirm your graduation! You will use CUNYfirst to register for Summer 2013 courses. If you have previously attended a CUNY school and used the CUNYfirst system, you do not need to claim your account again.
Click here for directions on how to claim your CUNYfirst account immediately. Once you claim your account, remember to write down your CUNYfirst ID (called Empl ID). You will need to know your Empl ID when seeing an advisor to obtain a class permission, etc.
How can I get help with CUNYfirst?
For more information on how to get help with CUNYfirst, visit the Get Help section of Hunter’s CUNYfirst website.
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ALL scheduled Day and Evening classes and all other functions/activities at CUNY campuses are cancelled for Monday October 29, 2012 due to severe wind, rain, and flooding conditions expected from Hurricane Sandy, and the suspension of all subway and bus service.
For more information on hurricane preparedness for yourself and your family, please visit the websites listed below:
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To the Hunter community,
Recently there has been an increase in the amount of “phishing” or “scam” emails. You will find these fake messages pretending to come from your bank, Google, or a credit card company. They also may pretend to be from Hunter College, CUNY email or web administration. Some of these fake messages look official and are hard to recognize, but there are some telltale signs:
- Asking for a password or other personal or secret information
- Warning about being over quota on an email account
- Asking for verification of personal information
- Containing web links which you must click to do some kind of verification
- Use of all capital letters or other non-standard text.
If you have responded to any of these fake messages, including clicking on a web link, you should immediately change your password. Hunter College passwords can be changed at the NetID central site. If you have concerns or questions about scam emails, please contact the Hunter College HelpDesk.
Some of you may recall that last October, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) released its landmark report “Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health” which highlighted specific recommendations to advance the roles, skills, and expertise of nurses in the reform of the nation’s healthcare delivery system.
Some of the IOM recommendations include:
- nurses should be full partners with physicians and other healthcare providers in improving health care
- barriers should be removed that inhibit nurses from practicing to the full extent of their education and training
- the educational levels of nurses must progress to better serve America’s patients
In honor of this report, the Nursing Community co-hosted a Congressional reception with AARP, the Center to Champion Nursing in America, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and the Champion Nursing Coalition in collaboration with the House and Senate Nursing Caucuses, on 10/5/2011.
Invited guests included members of Congress and their staff, nursing leaders within the Administration, and prominent members of national nursing organizations…
- Susan Hassmiller, PhD, RN, Senior Adviser for Nursing to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Nancy LeaMond, Executive Vice President, State and National Group of AARP, and Brian Cooper of Target Clinics described their respective organizations’ commitment to advancing the nursing profession’s role in health care
- Senate Nursing Caucus Co-Chair Senator Jeff Merkley (D-OR) and House Nursing Caucus Co-Chair Representative Lois Capps, RN (D-CA) offered inspiring remarks in support of the report and nursing’s contributions to ensuring access to quality care
On behalf of the GSO @ HBSON Executive Board, we extend a warm welcome to everyone for the Fall 2011 semester.
Given the weather condition, please remember to visit the Hunter College website for updates regarding the first week of classes because of Hurricane Irene.
As an alternative, you can also receive text or voice alerts of emergencies or weather related closings on your campus via mobile or home phone and email by going to the CUNY A!ert webpage to sign up.
Please take care and be safe. We wish you much success in your graduate studies.