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International Education Week 2017 Calendar of Events! November 13th-17th! Registration now open!

International Education Week 2017 is coming soon, November 13th – 17th, 2017

What is International Education Week (IEW 2017)?

International Education Week is a joint initiative between the United States Department of State and Department of Education to promote cross-cultural awareness, prepare students for a global environment, and attract future leaders from abroad to study, learn, and exchange experiences in the United States. (more…)

Las Vegas Post-Tragedy Counseling Services

Again we find ourselves facing a national tragedy—this time a mass assault and murder committed by one human being against others. For those who need a safe space to talk, The Graduate Center’s Student Counseling Service at the Wellness Center will have appointments available for confidential and supportive counseling sessions. The Wellness Center is located in Room 6422 and can be contacted at 212-817-7020. You can also find information and request services on our website: http://www.cuny.is/wellnesscenter.

Please find a request for services application here:

SCS Request for Services form current

Wellness Center
The Graduate Center
City University of New York
365 Fifth Avenue, Suite 6422
New York, NY 10016
212-817-7020 (p)
212-817-1602 (f)

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New Quantitative Research Consulting Center

The Provost’s Office is happy to announce the establishment of the Quantitative Research Consulting Center (QRCC) to provide faculty and students greater resources for statistical support in quantitative and empirical research. The Center complements existing statistics coursework by bridging the gap between the classroom and implementation in researchers’ own work.

The new Center provides support for MA students, PhD students, post-docs, and faculty in any CUNY GC program at any stage of research. Support is provided in the following areas: statistical methods, statistical packages. (more…)

Post-Disaster Counseling Services available

To those in our community who have been impacted directly or indirectly by the recent natural disasters, talking to someone in a safe space can help. We wanted to remind students about the Wellness Center, Student Counseling’s free, confidential services. The Wellness Center is located in Room 6422 and can be contacted at 212-817-7020. You can also find information and request services on our website: http://www.cuny.is/wellnesscenter. Please do not hesitate to reach out to us.

You can read about common psychological reactions to disasters and strategies to cope at the following American Psychological Association link: http://www.apa.org/topics/disasters/.

Legal advising available for DACA students

In response to the Trump Administration’s decision to no longer accept new applications for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), attorneys at CUNY’s Citizenship Now will be scheduling appointments beginning next week to help with DACA renewals. Students may contact Citizenship Now at citizenshipnowinfo@cuny.edu

 

The Graduate Center’s Student Counseling Service at the Wellness Center

The Graduate Center’s Student Counseling Service at the Wellness Center reaffirms our commitment to students of all faiths, racial groups, nationalities, immigration statuses, genders, sexual orientations and political parties.  For details on services provided, click here.

For those who need a safe space to talk, The Graduate Center’s Student Counseling Service at the Wellness Center will have appointments available for confidential and supportive counseling sessions. The Wellness Center is located in Room 6422 and can be contacted at 212-817-7020. You can also find information and request services on our website: http://www.cuny.is/wellnesscenter.

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