The FIGs below are no longer active. Please contact us if you are interested in coordinating one of these FIGS.
Literature, research, critical theory, and pedagogy related to the people of Africa and its diaspora.
Enrich students’ experience through exposure to the arts by revising existing courses and creating new course assignments that integrate the arts into the curriculum.
Workshops, events, and resources that enhance the spiritual, physical, and mental well being of all faculty and staff at BMCC.
Explore research produced by community college researchers, with the aim of contributing to this body of research.
A space for faculty and staff who write and want to have a dedicated time and group that will foster these creative endeavors.
Discuss on-going research and academic projects, establish opportunities for scholarly collaborations, and exchange pedagogical strategies and best-practices, with an emphasis on social justice oriented issues within the framework of the criminal justice system.
Explore the theoretical, social, and personal dimensions that are the foundation for Latina/os to develop cross-cultural awareness and to understand their own transnational characteristics.
Faculty from a variety of disciplines discuss, share, and collaborate on specific components of the research process from implementation to publication.
Explore the pedagogical uses of digital and non-digital (e.g. board, card, etc.) games and simulations.
This FIG brings together faculty to explore memory in an interdisciplinary way.
Share pedagogical ideas that promote a classroom that represents a community of learning.