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May 2002
Future CUNY Facility on Governors Island Announced by Governor and Mayor.
Student Media Conference Addresses "Attack Mentality" after 9/11
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CUNY, PSC Announce Agreement on a New Contract
Chancellor Goldstein Initiates New Efficiencies, Greater Student Access to Learning Technology
Pulitzer Prize to Louis Menand
Executive Leadership Program Inaugurated
First Betty Shabazz Chair Appointed at Medgar Evers College
City University Retains New Fundraising Consultant
Former Congressman Dellums to Speak on AIDS at CCNY
City Tech Scholarship For All Four Seasons
Major CCNY Grant for Remote Sensing

Student Development, Enrollment Conference by Mayor

ReBuilding New York

New City College Biomedical Engineering Department

"Trailer Heroes" of BMCC Build at CCNY

A Life of Laura Bridgman—Disabled Pioneer in Education

Exotic Bird Alights at The Graduate Center


Former Congressman Dellums to Speak on AIDS at CCNY

The Honorable Ronald V. Dellums seen with 2001 Rosenberg/Humphrey Intern Nsagha Efiom during her summer working on Capitol Hill for Constituency for Africa.
This year CCNY's Rosenberg/ Humphrey Program in Public Policy presents its distinguished Presidential Lecture Series in collaboration with the Colin Powell Center for Policy Studies, the Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education, as well as the Black Studies Department. The speaker at the April 25 event will be the Honorable Ronald V. Dellums.

The former Congressman from California and chairman of President Clinton's Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS is currently president of Healthcare International Management Inc. This African American-owned concern provides healthcare products and services to governmental and private sector entities in international markets, with a primary focus in Africa. Dellums' lecture, 18th in the series, will address U.S. policy toward HIV/AIDS in Africa, which has been recognized by Secretary of State Powell as a crucial international health care challenge. The annual Presidential Lecture has become a major policy event for the CCNY community. Past speakers have included, Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr., Mayor David Dinkins, John Kenneth Galbraith, Faye Wattleton, and William Julius Wilson. If you are interested in attending, contact Rosenberg/Humphrey at 212-650-6809 or