We are delighted to announce the results of the first ever SLU Student Union election.
Co-Chairs: Siddika Degia and Justin Sanchez
Treasurers: Lawrence Ben and Brian Fluerantin
Secretary: Jake Head
Steering committee: Eriam Lopez and Nicolas Pineda
Faculty Student Disciplinary Committee: Glen Guild, Eriam Lopez, Brian Hunt, and Siddika Degia. Continue reading Student Union Election Results
Join us to discuss FAQs, hardware and connectivity issues, and best practices for Zoom, Blackboard, Dropbox, and more!
- APRIL 15 & 20 AT 5 PM FOR STUDENTS
- APRIL 16 & 21 AT 3 PM FOR STAFF
- APRIL 17 & 22 AT 5PM FOR FACULTY
During this very difficult period, SLU is guided by two principles: First and foremost, we are dedicated to the health and safety of our students, faculty, and staff. We are doing everything we can to mitigate the impact of the current public health crisis on our School community. Second, we are committed to maintaining the continuity of our academic programs, courses, and services. To meet these objectives, we have transitioned to distance learning and remote work effective Thursday, March 19th.
We thank you for your patience as we continue to develop and improve the systems that will allow our students to complete the semester—and our faculty and staff to carry on their work—remotely. The important point is that we all share a common goal and we are all working together. In that way, we will weather the storm!
Although there is no faculty or administrative staff working at our 43rd Street campus, we will all be working remotely and available via e-mail, phone, and various advanced technologies. You can reach a live SLU operator who will assist you or direct your call during regular business hours by calling (646) 313-8300.
In moving to online instruction, we have focused on technologies that are the most effective and the most equitable. SLU’s faculty and staff have been working tirelessly to ensure that the educational objectives of courses and goals of programs can be met through various methods of delivery. Until further notice, courses will be conducted using remote tools including telephone conferencing, email, Blackboard, ZOOM, and a range of other technologies designed for remote learning. Faculty have reached out to all their students to inform them about the mode of distance learning that will be utilized. If you have any questions or concerns regarding your course(s), please reach out to your instructor or call the SLU main desk at (646) 313-8300.
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When: January 28th, 2020, 12pm
Where: CUNY School of Labor and Urban Studies, Room 18D
Please join us for an event featuring representatives from the French General Confederation of Labor
- Emmanuel Lepine; General Secretary of CGT National Federation of Chemical Industries
- Jean-Pierre Page; Former Header of the International Department of CGT and member of the national executive committee
The CUNY School of Labor and Urban Studies (SLU) is excited to partner with the Office of Council Member I. Daneek Miller for a CUNY info session on Wednesday, May 8th from 6-8 pm. This session will include presentations on:
- SLU’s certificate and degree programs
- Worker Education at Queens College
- CUNY’s application process
- Financing a CUNY education
Followed by a Q&A with SLU’s Enrollment Specialists.
Do you know someone who might be interested in attending? Please ask them to RSVP at cunyinfo.eventbrite.com.
Date: Wednesday, May 8th, 2019
Time: 6-8 pm
Location: Robert Ross Johnson Family Life Center (172-17 Linden Boulevard, Jamaica, NY)
Feel free to contact us with any questions at WorkerEd@slu.cuny.edu or 212-857-1976.
On Thursday, January 24th, 63 new CUNY School of Labor and Urban studies students from all programs gathered for a New Student Orientation. Students were joined by faculty, student peers, and SLU advising and support staff to prepare for the spring 2019 semester. Thanks to all the staff and students who participated, and here’s to success for all our students in the semester ahead!