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The Television Will Not Be Summarized

January 22, 2021

[in]Transition

Dr. Elizabeth Alsop, academic director of communication and media and liberal studies at CUNY SPS, has published the video essay "The Television Will Not Be Summarized" in the latest issue of [in]Transition, a peer-reviewed journal of videographic criticism. Her video explores "excessive" style in contemporary TV, in shows including Twin Peaks: The Return, The Leftovers, The Knick, Hannibal, and Enlightened.

Top Intriguing Cutter Business Technology Journal Articles for 2020

January 05, 2021

Cutter Business Technology Journal

An article about inclusion in the workplace, written by CUNY SPS alum Ebonye Gussine Wilkins (MA in Business Management & Leadership ’11), has been featured in a list of top 5 intriguing Cutter Business Technology Journal articles for 2020.

ArtsPraxis

December 09, 2020

ArtsPraxis

Four CUNY SPS MA in Applied Theatre students have co-authored articles published in the December 2020 double issue of NYU’s ArtsPraxis Educational Theatre journal. Alexis Jemal (’21), Brennan O’Rourke (’21), Jenny Hipscher (’21), and Tabatha Lopez (’21) wrote “Pandemic Lessons" (Volume 7 Issue 2a) and “Theatre for Liberating Social Work Education" (Volume 7 Issue 2b). Both articles draw on work these students undertook in MAAT courses.

Pedagogy and Theatre of the Oppressed Journal

November 09, 2020

Pedagogy and Theatre of the Oppressed Journal

Three CUNY SPS MA in Applied Theatre alums have had their work published in the Fall 2020 issue of the Pedagogy and Theatre of the Oppressed Journal. Julian Pimiento ('19) published "Joker's Log 2020: An Odyssey," and Grace Cannon ('19) and Nicole Kontolefa ('19) published "Don't Poke the Bear - A Project Report.” Cannon and Kontolefa’s article was derived from an MAAT independent study that took place in collaboration with Ashleigh Bragg ('19) and Elise Goldin ('20).

From Romania to New York: a CUNY SPS Success Story

October 28, 2020

Gothamist

Loredana Cahill, a current CUNY SPS student, was born and raised in Maramures, a region in the northwest of Romania. Now in her sixth and final semester as a full-time graduate student at CUNY SPS, Loredana will obtain her MA in Psychology degree with a specialization in Industrial-Organizational Psychology. Gothamist spoke with Loredana to find out more about her journey to CUNY SPS and what’s next in store for her.