The NYC Teaching Fellows program recruits and prepares a critical mass of exceptional teachers who are committed to a better future for the NYC students who need them the most. Fellows complete a master’s degree that is subsidized by the NYC Department of Education while teaching full-time in a public school, allowing for a quick and direct transition into the classroom.
Since 2000, the Fellows program has provided New York City students with thousands of talented new teachers. Today, Fellows work in 80 percent of New York City’s 1,800 public schools and represent 12 percent of the city’s active teaching force.
The application deadline is February 20th, 2015. Apply today and take the first step towards join an elite network of over 9,000 teachers who committed to raising student achievement and proving what’s possible in our public schools.
Ever wonder why the weatherman can't predict more than a few days at a time, or why a climatologist’s prediction span years? Learn more about weather and climate in this video! You can find additional SciToons installations here. Happy viewing!
Join us on Wednesday, November 19th at 6:30 PM at the Science Center, as WiSE hosts a follow-up conversation to discuss the performance by CRLT Players, (7 into 15) +1, and the experiences of women and minorities in STEM. Kabob & Curry will be served.
We would like to formally invite you and your constituencies in Engineering and across campus to the second lecture in the Thinking Out Loud Presidential Colloquium Series where on Thursday, November 13th at 5:30pm, Emery Brown from Harvard/MIT will give a talk entitled: Deciphering the Mysteries of the Unconscious Brain Under General Anesthesia. (Distributed November 10, 2014)