Following standard precautions, the workshop has been rescheduled to May 28 or 29, 2020, the date will be confirmed soon.The workshop will be from 8:30 am-4:30 pm (24 participants; 1-day workshop)
Hunter College, located on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, is part of the City University of New York, the nation’s largest urban university. Founded in 1870 by Thomas Hunter in order to educate women who desired to be teachers, it is now coed with an enrollment of over 23,000 students. Of the undergraduates who responded to a recent study (2017), 32.2% are Asian/Pacific Islander, 12.3% are Black (non-Hispanic), 32.2% are White (non-Hispanic), 0.1% are American Indian or Native Alaskan, and 23.3% are Hispanic, making it a Hispanic serving institution. The college comprises six schools: the School of Arts and Sciences, the School of Social Work, the School of Education, the School of Nursing, the School of Urban Public Health, and the School of Health Professions. Taken together, they offer 55 programs leading to bachelor degrees, 15 leading to dual bachelor/master degrees and over 70 leading to master degrees.
All workshop events will be held at: The Glass Cafeteria on the 3rd floor of the West Building.
When you enter the lobby of the West Building (southwest corner of 68th street and Lexington Ave), proceed to the Welcome Desk. An attendant there will have your name on file and will direct you to the escalators. When you exit the escalator on the third floor, the Glass Cafeteria will be directly to your left.
No special hotel is designated for the workshop. However accommodations are plentiful in the surrounding area.
• The nearest airports are LaGuardia (30 minutes by cab) and JFK (50 minutes by cab).
Should you decide to drive in, there are public parking garages located near the college:
Driving directions to Hunter College can be found at the following link:
By Subway, or train, if appropriate
Registration fee. None
Nourishment. We will provide Lunch and coffee/snacks in the morning and afternoon for each workshop
Optional – Get to know Manhattan. There are many attractions in and around the campus. For ideas on things to do, please see the following links: