What HIPs are offered at QCC?
Academic Service-Learning (ASL)
Class assignments that take students’ work out into the community, encouraging civic engagement. Faculty development in design and implementation occurs throughout the semester.
ASL Coordinator: Jennifer Maloy firstname.lastname@example.org
Common Intellectual Experience/The Common Read (CIE)
The Common Read is a Common Intellectual Experience that promotes integrative learning across the curriculum through multi-disciplinary approaches to a common text. Participating faculty members are able to incorporate the text in a way that aligns with their individual interests and disciplines. Students participate in cross-disciplinary events which provide an opportunity for increased social and academic engagement while supporting the learning that takes place in the classroom.
Common Read Coordinator: Angela Ridinger-Dotterman ARidingerdotterman@qcc.cuny.edu
Global & Diversity Learning (GDL)
Provides a framework for exploring multiple perspectives on viewing the interdependent world. The projects include the dimensions of awareness, engagement, and dispositions to explore global and diversity issues. Queensborough’s cultural resources provide opportunities for exploring the resources in the Kupferberg Holocaust Resource Center and Archives and the QCC Art Gallery. [The College also sponsors a study abroad seminar in Salzburg, Austria each year].
GDL Coordinator: Meg Tarafdar email@example.com
Students Working in Interdisciplinary Groups (SWIG)
The SWIG project is, in effect, a virtual learning community. A SWIG experience is a Collaborative Assignments or Projects that allows students from two or more courses to create a shared student‐centered online space, in which they can share their work with others, offer audience response and constructive feedback.
SWIG Coordinator: Brigitte Tilley firstname.lastname@example.org
Undergraduate Research (UR)
Students learn about the scientific method by carrying out actual research embedded into their course, as part of their program or in an independent study research course.UR Coordinators:
Urszula Golebieweka email@example.com
Heather Huggins firstname.lastname@example.org
Writing-Intensive Courses (WI)
WI courses are designed to improve students’ critical thinking, engagement with and mastery of course content, and writing ability through all academic disciplines. Two writing-intensive courses are required to graduate. Specific Writing Intensive Certification training is needed.WI Coordinators:
Melissa Dennihy email@example.com
Monica Rossi-Miller firstname.lastname@example.org