Home » Newsletter

Category Archives: Newsletter

css.php

Newsletter 10.21.2020

GSGA Newsletter 

Hi SPH students!

We hope that you are having a wonderful week so far. GSGA has created a step challenge for students to motivate each other and get out there to walk. So far we have 20 SPH students taking on the challenge and making their steps count. The more students the better! Check down below to see how many steps the students have accomplished!

Also, have you made a plan to vote yet? GSGA has partnered with NYC Votes + CUNY Votes to raise awareness about voting and local government in NYC!

We are just 3 days away from Early Voting Starting in New York! That being said, now is the time to gear up and make a plan to vote. New Yorkers have more voting options now than ever before. You can vote:

  1. Early In-person (Oct. 24 – Nov. 1)
  2. By Mail
  3. Election Day (Nov. 3)

All of these options can seem overwhelming, so that’s why it’s so important to make your voting plan well ahead of time. When making your plan, here are some questions to consider:

  • Where is your polling place located?
  • When is the most convenient time for you to vote?
  • Do you feel comfortable voting in person, or would you rather vote by mail?

Taking a few minutes to think through your voting plan will help you avoid any last-minute situations that could prevent you from voting.

Once you’ve made your plan to vote, we challenge you to help five of your friends make their plan! 

Here are some important Election Deadlines to keep in mind:

Deadline to Request Absentee Ballot – October 27th

Deadline to Postmark Absentee Ballot – November 3rd

Early Voting Period – October 24th – November 1st

Election Day – November 3rd

You can visit NYC Votes’ How to Vote page for more information about how to cast your ballot for the General Election. New Yorkers have more options now than ever before to vote, so it’s important to learn which option is best for you.

You can take the CUNY Pledge to Vote to stay up to date on all the important Election Info you need! Visit this link or text CUNYvotes to 917-979-6377 to pledge your vote.


Step Challenge

Get moving and sign up here today!!


Have you joined the Friday Study Group?

Meet other SPH students and find another student to study with! RSVP at gsga@sphmail.cuny.edu today!


Wellness

Student Grief Support Group
Wednesdays at 5 pm from 10/21 – 12/9
Student Wellness Counselor Sherry Adams will facilitate an open group in which the vast range of grief responses related to losing a loved one are reviewed, discussed, and validated.  The ways in which COVID-19 restrictions have affected how we grieve will also be addressed.  Students will be provided an opportunity to offer mutual aid to one another as the process of grieving is navigated.  There will also be opportunities for bereaved students to memorialize their lost loved ones in our group setting.  The group will be a safe space for students who are mourning to express their unique experiences and establish connections with supportive peers.  If you would like more information or are interested in joining the group please email Sherry at sherry.adams@sph.cuny.edu

 

COVID-19 Memorial Page

We recognize that COVID-19 has changed how we say goodbye to and memorialize our dear loved ones. While our mourning traditions might look different they remain so very important. With this understanding, we have created a virtual space for you to honor family member(s) you have lost during the COVID-19 pandemic. With immense sympathy and respect, we invite you to the CUNY SPH In Remembrance page to share your tributes. Your expressions of who your lost family member was and what they meant to you and the world matter to us. Please note that signed consent from an authorized family member is needed prior to tributes being published.  While there may be a physical distance between us, we remain a community with opportunities for mutual support.


Career Services Announcement

TONIGHT! Professional Communication Workshop

Wednesday, October 21  |  5pm – 6pm  |  Virtual  |  Register

Whether looking to land a job or fieldwork experience, successfully navigate your workplace, or just communicate clearly with fellow students and faculty, join the upcoming Professional Communication Workshop. During the session, you will have the opportunity to work with fellow participants to analyze communication scenarios and leave with practical tools you can apply to your professional life. Brought to you by the CUNY SPH Office of Career Services.

 

What I Did With My Degree

Thursday, October 29  |  6 – 7:30pm |  Virtual  |  Register

Wondering what to do with your public health degree? Confused about what careers connect to different SPH concentrations? Attend this virtual event to hear public health professionals representing four different disciplines (Community Health, Health Policy and Management, Epidemiology and Biostatistics, and Environmental, Occupational, and Geospatial Health Sciences) share their career stories, how they applied their public health degrees to the work they do now, and engage in a Q&A. Brought to you by the CUNY SPH Office of Career Services and the Graduate Student Government Association (GSGA)

 

Planning to do fieldwork during Summer 2021?

Pre-Registration and fieldwork orientation sign up is now open! Your next steps are to 1) complete the fieldwork Pre-Registration Form. 2) At the end of the form, register for ONE upcoming required virtual fieldwork orientation. The dates are:

      • Tuesday, November 10th, 8 – 9pm
      • Thursday, November 12th, 5 – 6pm
      • Friday, November 20th, 12 – 1pm
      • Wednesday, December 2nd, 8 – 9pm
      • Monday, December 7th, 5 – 6pm
      • Wednesday, January 27th, 8 – 9pm

OEL strongly encourages you to complete the above steps as soon as possible. Because summer is a shorter term, beginning the process early may allow you to start your fieldwork hours early to ensure completion by the end of the summer session (some restrictions apply). Please reach out to oel@sph.cuny.edu with any questions.

Northwell Health Info Session

Monday, November 16  |  12pm – 1pm  |  Virtual  |  Register

Join talent acquisition specialists from Northwell Health as they share an overview of Northwell and discuss opportunities for employment. They will give you insider insight into their interview process, tips for effective resume writing, and how to be a successful candidate. Brought to you by the CUNY SPH Office of Career Services.

Newsletter 10.14.2020

GSGA Newsletter 

October 14, 2020

Hello SPH Students!

GSGA would like to thank the students who joined us this past Friday to watch the documentary “All-In: The Fight For Democracy.” It was very interactive and we hope that you join us in our next event! See below our upcoming events and important announcements!

Sincerely,

GSGA 2020-2021


Repro Club Event 

“Our Hysterectomies”

Thursday | October 15 | 6:15pm | RSVP here

To see events details click here!


Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Week of action: October 12 – October 16

A series of events will be held to raise awareness, offer resources and support for survivors of street harassment and intimate partner violence (IPV) and their loved ones especially during the physical distancing and social isolation of COVID-19.

Note: These events are open to the entire SPH community. Students, faculty, and staff are highly encouraged to join us:

  • You Are Not Alone: Intimate Partner Violence and the Virtual Campus Wednesday, October 14  |  3pm  |  Register HereA panel of CUNY SPH experts that includes HPAM Professor Stacey Plichta, Public Safety Sergeant Desiree Joyner and Title IX Coordinator Sahana Gupta will discuss best practices for members of the SPH community to protect and support those who are impacted by domestic violence amidst the challenges of  COVID-19. Please register in advance for this panel presentation.

What I Did With My Degree

Thursday October 29  |  6 – 7:30pm |  Virtual  |  Register

Wondering what to do with your public health degree? Confused about what careers connect to different SPH concentrations? Attend this virtual event to hear public health professionals representing four different disciplines (Community Health, Health Policy and Management, Epidemiology and Biostatistics, and Environmental, Occupational, and Geospatial Health Sciences) share their career stories, how they applied their public health degrees to the work they do now, and engage in a Q&A. Brought to you by the CUNY SPH Office of Career Services and the Graduate Student Government Association (GSGA).


Wednesday Student Group is changed to Fridays

The student study group has been changed to Fridays at 6pm. This Friday October 16 join us! If you would like to meet other students in your concentration and class RSVP by emailing gsga@sphmail.cuny.edu. 

Students who join any GSGA events will earn SPH bucks which will go towards receiving SPH swag!


GSGA Step Challenge

Need a healthy challenge? Why not join the GSGA step challenge to keep yourself moving and earn SPH Bucks! Check below to see how other students are doing this month (you’ll be surprised).

Click here to join the challenge and count your steps TODAY!


Discriminology

Check out this Podcast! | Discriminology: the study of discrimination: This podcast will take a deep into understanding history, nuances, and strategies to dismantle discrimination. Our discussions will be diverse, informative, and fact based. Discrimination at its core is rooted in ignorance, our main goal is to educate our listeners in an inclusive manner.


Have you gotten your flu shot yet?

As the flu and COVID-19 will likely circulate at the same time this season, getting a flu vaccine is more important than ever. Although the flu vaccine will not prevent COVID-19, it will help decrease the risk of you and your family getting sick and needing flu-related medical care (nyc.gov)


Time is running out to request your absentee ballot! All eligible voters in New York state can request an absentee ballot online by visitng www.nycabsentee.com The deadline to request is October 27, but do not wait until then!

Newsletter 10.07.2020

GSGA News

October 7, 2020

Hello SPH Students!

We want to remind you that tonight is our virtual study group at 6PM. Since we are unable to meet on campus, this is a way for you to meet and communicate with students who are also in your field. RSVP at GSGA@sphmail.cuny.edu today! This Friday at 6:30pm we will be screening the documentary All In: The Fight For Democracy. RSVP today to hold your spot!!

Lastly, GSGA has partnered with NYC Votes + CUNY Votes to raise awareness about voting and local government in NYC! There’s an incredibly important presidential election coming up on November 3rd. In order to participate in that election– you’ll need to register to vote! There’s only 4 days left to register for one of the most important elections of our lifetimes. The deadline to register is October 9th! NYC Votes has partnered with Turbo Vote to make registering to vote a breeze. Visit www.nycvotes.turbovote.org to get registered today! If you have a NY State ID, you’ll be able to register online. If you don’t have a NY State ID, Turbo Vote will send you a pre-filled form. All you have to do is sign it and mail it back with the postage paid envelope it comes with.

If you think you’re already registered to vote please visit www.voting.nyc to check your registration. If you’ve recently moved, you’ll need to update your form with your new address. Once you’ve registered, we challenge you to help five of your friends get registered. 

Here are some important Election Deadlines to keep in mind:

Voter Registration Deadline – October 9th

Deadline to Request Absentee Ballot – October 27th

Deadline to Postmark Absentee Ballot – November 3rd

Early Voting Period – October 24th – November 1st

Election Day – November 3rd

You can visit NYC Votes’ How to Vote page for more information about how to cast your ballot for the General Election. New Yorkers have more options now than ever before to vote, so it’s important to learn which option is best for you. You can take the CUNY Pledge to Vote to stay up to date on all the important Election Info you need! Visit this link or text CUNYvotes to 917-979-6377 to pledge your vote.

Thank you,

GSGA 2020-2021


Wednesday Student Group at 6PM


FREE VOTER DOCUMENTARY SCREENING

RSVP today to hold your spot!!

Check out the trailer!


Wellness

Thursday October 8

National Depression Screening Day 

Screening is an important tool in preventing and mitigating the effects of illness. Depression is one of the most common mental illnesses.  If you think you may be showing signs of depression please take Mental Health America’s free, confidential, screening by clicking on the title link above.  On this day Student Wellness Counselor Sherry Adams will be available to provide follow-up support. Please email her at  sherry.adams@sph.cuny.edu on National Depression Screening Day (October 8th) to request a same day appointment.

October 12th  – 16th  – Domestic Violence Awareness Month Week of Action:  A special event will be held to raise awareness, offer resources and support for survivors of intimate partner violence (IPV) and their loved ones especially during the physical distancing and social isolation of COVID-19.  We will also host a free training on Street Harassment and ways to take action against it.

  • “You Are Not Alone: Intimate Partner Violence and the Virtual Campus”

A panel of experts that includes HPAM Professor Stacey Plichta, Public Safety Sergeant Desiree Joyner and Title IX Coordinator, Sahana Gupta will discuss best practices for members of the SPH community to protect and support those who are impacted by domestic violence amidst the challenges of  COVID-19.

Register in advance for this panel presentation here!

  • “Stand Up Against Street Harassment “provided by Hollaback!

In this 1-hour training, SPH students, faculty and staff will learn actions they can take to care for each other and themselves if they witness or experience street harassment.

Register in advance for this webinar here!


REPRO CLUB

RSVP Here

For more information about the breakdown for this event click here! 


Visit www.nycvotes.turbovote.org to get registered today!


 

Newsletter 10.05.2020

GSGA News

Monday October 5, 2020

Hello SPH Students!

We are almost halfway through the semester! We would like to share with you a couple of ongoing events that are happening weekly as well as in the month of October. On Friday October 9, GSGA will be hosting a voter mobilization event at 6:30pm. This event is free for SPH students! We will be providing SPH students with the documentary screening “All In: The Fight For Democracy”. We have a few more tickets left so make your way to RSVP today to hold your spot!!

Lastly, every Wednesday from 6pm to 7pm, GSGA hosts a virtual study group. We need more student to join us this week! There are more events coming soon! All details are below!

Sincerely,

GSGA 2020-2021

                                                                                                                                                        

GSGA Voter Mobilization Event

RSVP today to hold your spot!!


Virtual Study Group is every Wednesday!

We are meeting on Wednesdays at 6pm! Come and talk to other students who are in your concentration and also who are taking the same classes as you are. If you are interested, RSVP at gsga@sphmail.cuny.edu.


You have 2 more days to Register To Vote!

Deadline Friday October 9, 2020

There is exactly 2 more days left to get registered to vote in New York State for the November 3rd Election! NYCVotes has partnered with Turbo Vote to make getting registered easy. Visit www.nycvotes.turbotvote.org.

  • If you have a valid State ID – you’ll be able to register online.
  • If you do not have a valid State ID—Turbo Vote will send you a pre-filled form with postage. All you have to do is sign and send back to the Board of Elections.

We challenge you to share this message with 5 of your friends who still need to register! Don’t forget—if you’ve recently moved you’ll need to update your registration.

Newsletter 09.23.2020

GSGA News

September 23, 2020

Happy Wednesday SPH Students,

GSGA hopes you are having a wonderful week! We want to extend an invitation to all SPH students to join us tonight at the Virtual Study Group today at 6pm-7pm. We want to connect you to other students who are in your MPH concentration and also who are taking the same class as you are. If you are interested, RSVP at gsga@sphmail.cuny.eduWe encourage you to share this information with your classmates.

Also, stay updated and check out our calendar of events!

Take a look at future events!


Club Events

 

For more information Email: Fiona.Conway14@sphmail.cuny.edu


Wellness Event

National Suicide Prevention Month Event

Monday | September 28  | 5pm | Virtual Link

Meeting ID: 980 7110 0443 | Passcode: 150343

Student Wellness Counselor Sherry Adams will offer a virtual presentation on suicide and depression awareness and resources, followed by Q & A, and ending with a candle lighting and silent vigil to remember those who died by suicide. If you would like more information, please email Student Wellness Counselor Sherry Adams at sherry.adams@sph.cuny.eduIf you are someone you know is considering suicide please call the 24/7 National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK or visit https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/ to chat.


GSGA Voter Mobilization Event

This year, the GSGA Voter Mobilization Event will consist of a documentary called: “All-in: The Fight for Democracy.” This documentary film was directed and produced by Liz Garbus and Lisa Cortés. The documentary takes a look at the history, and current activism against voter suppression; barriers to voting that most people don’t even know is a threat to their basic rights as citizens of the United States. We also will have Olivia Brady NYC Votes Youth Engagement Coordinator from the New York City Campaign Finance Board who will offer a brief overview of the importance of voting, voter registration, and the absentee ballot. RSVP here today!!

Click here to take a look at the trailer!


National Voter Registration Day

 

Yesterday was Voter Registration Day! We are here to remind you that the deadline to register to vote is on October 9, 2020. Click here if you haven’t registered yet.

 

 

 

 

Newsletter 09.16.2020

GSGA News

September 16, 2020

Hi SPH Students!

GSGA will be hosting a Virtual Study Group today at 6pm to 8pm. This is a way for you to meet and greet students who may be in your class. We also will provide you with a separate zoom-room to study with your classmates. If you are interested, RSVP at gsga@sphmail.cuny.edu

Also, stay updated and check out our calendar of events!


Voting

Register to Vote Deadline: October 9, 2020

Absentee Ballot Application Deadline: October 27, 2020

General Election: November 3, 2020

      What does registering to vote look like? It is easy! Take a look below:

What does an Absentee Ballot look like?


Events

Virtual Resumepalooza

Applying for jobs and internships and wondering if your resume is as compelling as it could be? Register to work with an industry professional to polish and tailor your resume for your field. 

Career Services | Thur September 17 | 12pm-3pm with 30 min slots 

ZOOM | RSVP | Questions: careerservices@sph.cuny.edu 

Other Career Services:

Job Postings 

Internships and Fellowships


Club Updates

Sustainable SPH Club

Meeting | Wednesday September 16, 2020 | Email: Fiona.Conway14@sphmail.cuny.edu or GSGA@sphmail.cuny.edu


 

Have you made your 2020 Census Count?

Census Weekly Fun Fact: A complete and accurate count is critical for you and your community, because the results of the 2020 Census will affect community funding, congressional representation, and more. (Census 2020)

Click on the link and make your census count!


Newsletter 09.09.2020

GSGA News

September 9, 2020

Happy Wednesday SPH students!

Have you registered to vote yet? Do you need to fill out an Absentee Ballot? Not sure what that this? It is easy! An Absentee Ballot is filled out if you are:

  1. Absent from your county or, if a resident of New York City absent from the five boroughs, on Election Day.
  2. Unable to appear at the polls due to temporary or permanent illness or disability (temporary illness includes being unable to appear due to risk of contracting or spreading a communicable disease like COVID-19).
  3. Unable to appear because you are the primary care giver of one or more individuals who are ill or physically disabled.
  4. A resident or patient of a Veterans Health Administration Hospital.
  5. Detained in jail awaiting Grand Jury action or confined in prison after conviction for an offense other than a felony.

And remember you must be registered to vote before you submit your Absentee Ballot Request. You may also find a guide on how to register for voting here. GSGA will be reminding you every week!

 

 

Register to Vote Deadline: October 9, 2020

Absentee Ballot Application Deadline: October 27, 2020

General Election: November 3, 2020


Student-Meet-Up Group/Virtual Study Group

GSGA would like to put together a platform for students to meet and greet and also create virtual study groups. If you are interested please fill out this form.

If you have any creative ideas please email us at GSGA@sphmail.cuny.edu


Why should I complete the Census 2020?

Fun Fact: The results of the census determines the number of seats each state will have in the U.S. House of Representatives, and they are used to draw congressional and state legislative districts (Census 2020)

The 2020 Census is for everyone. If you haven’t yet, here is the link!


Sustainable SPH Club

Meeting | Wednesday September 16, 2020 | Email: Fiona.Conway14@sphmail.cuny.edu or GSGA@sphmail.cuny.edu

Mission: A student outlet for sharing information and concerns regarding the impact of the health of the environment on human health. It is also the student arm of the sustainability committee at CUNY SPH, which endeavors to help CUNY SPH meet or exceed the sustainability goals of Sustainable CUNY. Goals of this club include: implementing and sustaining a composting system at CUNY SPH, campaigning for more energy efficient practices, a B.Y.O.Cutlery initiative, etc. This also includes information sessions with faculty, documentary screenings, and networking events.

Interested in other clubs? Click below!

Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights and Justice Club.

Other clubs that are in formation:

International Student Club

Root Cause Collective


Virtual Resumepalooza

Applying for jobs and internships and wondering if your resume is as compelling as it could be? Register to work with an industry professional to polish and tailor your resume for your field. 

Career Services | Thur September 17 | 12pm-3pm with 30 min slots 

ZOOM | RSVP | Questions: careerservices@sph.cuny.edu 

Other Career Services:

Job Postings 

Internships and Fellowships


 

Newsletter 09.02.2020

GSGA News

September 2, 2020

Letter from GSGA President Zoe

Dear CUNY SPH Students, Staff and Faculty,

It is my pleasure to welcome our new students as well as our returning students, staff, and faculty for the Fall 2020 semester. I want to introduce myself as your current Graduate Student Government Association (GSGA) President for this academic term.

As COVID-19 continues to threaten the public health of the entire planet, the pandemic has exacerbated and illuminated public health crises that have been threatening the lives of US citizens long before the virus. Gun violence and mass shootings, mass incarceration, widespread unemployment, housing and food insecurity, lack of healthcare in a system that prioritizes profits above people. The pandemic has shed light on injustices, most notably systemic racism, and while a significantly higher number of Black and Brown people contracted and died from the virus in our city, we watched on social media as police took the lives of one unarmed black person after another, in broad daylight, on camera, with no shame.

The pandemic has illuminated just how detrimental shrinking budgets for education, healthcare, and social services can be, especially juxtaposed to the superfluous funds allotted for “national security,” law enforcement, police, and the military–not to mention the corporations supplying them with all their weapons, machinery, firearms and armor. Rationing PPE to health care workers on the frontlines who risk exposure to a deadly virus every day contrasted with police and federal law enforcement officers standing hip to hip in riot gear from head to toe, firearms at the ready pointed at US citizens peacefully protesting in cities all across the country makes it clear the extent to which taxpayer dollars are being mismanaged and improperly used. Now more than ever, our global and local communities need public health professionals to lead the way to advocate for and help bring about the change we so desperately need, which is why I am so happy to announce that this is the largest enrollment SPH has ever seen and the first semester completely online!

My mission this year as President is to create a sense of community through virtual events, including weekly Zoom study groups and meet up groups, relaxation and exercise workshops, movie nights, a speaker series, social hours, dance parties, and more! Serving alongside me is our wonderful Executive Board composed of our Vice-President, Senators, and other officers. You can find more details about all of us by visiting the GSGA website. The purpose of the GSGA is to represent and serve the students of SPH. I invite all students to voice any issues, needs, and suggestions that you may have so that we can advocate for you and help support you through this year at SPH. I encourage all students to connect with GSGA via our weekly e-mails, Instagram, Facebookand by attending GSGA events throughout the year. I want to extend my gratitude to all students, faculty, and staff who make SPH the place that it is, and I wish every student a wonderful and successful academic year!

Regardless of our concentration or degree, we all have committed to a career in public health, which means a life of service, and I am honored to share virtual classrooms with you, learn from you, read your discussion board posts and responses, and be a part of this wonderfully diverse, brilliant community.

Sincerely,

Zoe Schacht-Levine

GSGA 2020-2021



SPH Active Student Clubs

Interested in joining a club or starting your own? Click on the clubs below to learn more!

Sustainable SPH Club

Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights and Justice Club


Upcoming Events

SPH Virtual Meet & Greet

Meet the student services team, faculty members, and your fellow students through a series of virtual gatherings this week!

Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday
September 1, 2, and 3 | 4:00-6:00pm | RSVP 


Virtual Resumepalooza

Applying for jobs and internships and wondering if your resume is as compelling as it could be? Register to work with an industry professional to polish and tailor your resume for your field. 

Career Services | Thur September 17 | 12pm-3pm with 30 min slots 

ZOOM | RSVP | Questions: careerservices@sph.cuny.edu 

Other Career Services:

Job Postings 

Internships and Fellowships


CENSUS 2020

Have you completed the Census 2020? If not do it today! Here is the link!


Newsletter 05.13.20

GSGA News

May 13, 2020


Hello SPH students!

We are happy to announce that our voting platform started today May 13, 2020 and will end on May 22, 2020. We are also calling for students in the Advanced Certificate and Doctoral programs to serve as Faculty Student Council (FSC) Assessment and Curriculum Committee Members, and for three (3) students to serve on the Faculty Student Disciplinary Committee (FSDC). You may cast your vote and also submit your interest in the above available positions here.

To learn more about positions please read our Constitution. If you have any questions email us at GSGA@sphmail.cuny.edu

Sincerely,

GSGA


Upcoming Events

Join the conversation where our Vice President Zoe will be one of the moderators!


Opportunities 

COVID-19 Contact Tracing Job Opportunities

CUNY SPH is partnering with various agencies to help fill COVID-19 contact tracing job opportunities with New York City, New York State, and the CDC. CUNY SPH students are highly encouraged to apply.  COVID-19 related job opportunities and relevant info can be found here.


Upcoming Virtual Events

Capsule logo

June 20-21 | Online |Sign Up

Students can participate in three ways:
1) Submit a project to be hacked over the course of the weekend
2) Help move forward a proposal submitted by others
3) Volunteer to help this event be successful

If you have any questions about ASPPH’s partnership with Capsule, feel free to reach out to tseward@aspph.org.

 

 

Newsletter 05.20.2020

GSGA News

May 20, 2020


Dear SPH students,

We wish you the best of luck on your finals! Connect with your classmates and create a study group together and if you have any questions do not hesitate and reach out to your professors.

The deadline to vote for the 2020-2021 SPH leaders is this Friday May 22, 2020. We encourage you to vote and share with your fellow classmates. We are counting on your vote so that we can move forward with creating future virtual events, scholarships opportunities and more. You may cast your vote and also submit your interest in the above available positions here.

To learn more about positions please read our Constitution. If you have any questions email us at GSGA@sphmail.cuny.edu

Sincerely,

GSGA


Upcoming Virtual Events

Be part of the USS Sustainability Committee conversation! | RSVP HERE!


Fieldwork Orientation

Complete the Fall 2020 Fieldwork Pre-Registration Form to pre-register for fall fieldwork and register for one of the orientation session listed below. Please note that all orientation sessions will be held virtually via Zoom.
Last Orientation Dates:

Thursday, May 28, 5pm-6pm
Thursday, May 28, 8pm-9pm

If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Experiential Learning at oel@sph.cuny.edu.

 


Capsule logo

June 20-21 | Online |Sign Up

Students can participate in three ways:
1) Submit a project to be hacked over the course of the weekend
2) Help move forward a proposal submitted by others
3) Volunteer to help this event be successful

If you have any questions about ASPPH’s partnership with Capsule, feel free to reach out to tseward@aspph.org.

Need help with the Commons? Visit our
help page
Send us a message
Skip to toolbar