Academic support workshops are offered both online and onsite throughout the state of New York. When you select one of the tabs below, you will go immediately to the current schedule for the onsite and online workshops. Please follow the directions on each tab to how to attend the workshop(s) you are interested in.
Any questions? Contact a Director of Academic Support near you.
NOTE: If you do not see the college location where you study listed on this page, please contact your local director of academic support (DAS) for information about workshops available to you.
The workshops listed below are offered online in our virtual classroom at http://bit.ly/academicsupportworkshops.
Download the schedule in PDF format: Online Academic Support Workshops (PDF 210kB)
While registration is not required, we highly encourage students to register in order to get reminder emails and any updates about the workshops. To register, send an email to email@example.com and indicate the date and title of the workshop(s) in which you are interested.
All times shown are Eastern Time (E.T.).
Thursday, January 26 6 - 7 p.m. Brett Sherman
Monday, February 136 - 7 p.m.Anne McDonough
Monday, March 27 6 - 7 p.m. Leslie Edwards & Neil Ward
Any questions? Contact a Director of Academic Support near you:
Follow this link to access the Academic Support web conferencing "room": http://bit.ly/academicsupportworkshops
Please log in ahead of time to make sure you can get in without any problem.
You can access the online workshops via a computer, smartphone or tablet.
Please contact the ITS Service Desk.
Download the schedule:Graduate Academic Support Workshops (PDF /terminalfour/SiteManager?ctfn=download&fnno=60&ceid=1521137950" />190kB)
Monday, January 23
noon to 1 p.m.
Wednesday, January 25
6 to 7 p.m
Mildred Van Bergen
A focused, purposeful approach to reading books and peer-reviewed journal articles is necessary to acquire knowledge, think critically and write at the graduate level. In this workshop, we will examine academic texts to learn how to skim and identify key information and ideas; read deeply, actively, and critically; analyze and respond to texts; and more. Take your reading skills to the next level by becoming an intentional reader!
Mon., January 30noon to 1 pm Michele Cooper
Monday, January 306 to 7 pmMichele Cooper
Wednesday, February 8noon to 1 pmMildred Van Bergen
Wednesday, February 86 to 7pmBrett Sherman
Wednesday, February 1512 – 1 p.m. Seana Logsdon
Wednesday, February 156 – 7 p.m. Seana Logsdon