Summer 2002
CUNY Biologists Cultivate New Medicines
Remarkable June Grads Break the Mold
Major CUNY Response to Nursing Shortage
Harlem Hospital Leader a Role Model for Salk Scholars
"Votes Rebuild New York" Campaign Launched
Goldstein “Closeup” On Honors College Governors Island, High Schools
CUNY ANNOUNCES 9/11 Memorial Competition
CCNY Engineer Honored by the Nation

Seminar-in-a-Book Ponders 9/11

From "Ground Zero" Rapper to City Council Candidate
Turning Anger into Literature
Model City Council Planned in the Fall
Highlights of 2002-2003 State Adopted Budget
Two New CUNY Trustees Appointed
Biomedical Engineer Wins Guggenheim
City University Leading Producer of Hispanic Graduates
The Challenge of AIDS in Africa
Bilingual: College French, Scientist's Latin
Presidential Appointments for Queens and York Colleges

Queens College Artist Adds New Passion to His Palette

El Diario-La Prensa Editor Honored at Model Senate

Intel Chief Plunges into Memory

Dual Citizen of the Pen

"Opticals" for Woody Allen, Illustrations for Mother Nature
CUNY Faculty Experts on Post-9/11 Response Listed on Web Site
 

 

Biologists Cultivate New Medicines
better nutrition and a safer environment
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marie adam-oliveNursing Shortage Prompts Chancellor to announce 30 new full-time faculty postions in nursing. Full Story...

From “Ground Zero” Rapper to City Council Candidate, : , CUNY grad student does it all and is featured on CUNY-TV’s “Study With The Best” news magazine. Full Story...


laura bridgmanHow Collapse of Twin Towers sank in on CUNY historian that sunny September morning is subject of new book. Full Story...


 

michael oreskesRemarkable June Grads including economist Adriana Espinosa break the mold and receive degrees at commencements with marquee speakers including Senator Clinton.Full Story...


antarcticAlumnus President & CEO Dr. Samuel J. Daniel of Harlem Hospital is keynote speaker at CUNY’s Jonas Salk Scholarship awards ceremony. Full Story...


ground zero scene“Votes Rebuild New York” campaign launched. Combines intensive voter registration, citizenship and poll-worker programs. Full Story...



rajen persaud“The Aritistry of Anger,” a study of black and white women’s literature by English Prof. Linda Grasso, is among new books by CUNY faculty. Full Story...


May 2002
Future CUNY Facility on Governors Island Announced by Governor and Mayor.
Student Media Conference Addresses "Attack Mentality" after 9/11
Baruch Orients City Council Freshmen
Turning "D"s into Degrees: A CUNY Student Tells How
Life Resumes 500 Feet from Ground Zero
A Diaspora of CUNY Students into Halls of Power
A View to a Krill: Antarctic Expedition by College of Staten Island Scientists
The City University Attracts Talent from Near and Far
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

 

 

michael oreskesStudent Media Conference: “Attack Mentality”attended by more than 500. New York Times assistant managing editor Michael Oreskes delivers keynote address. Full Story...



ground zero sceneLife Resumes 500 Feet from Ground Zero: A professor finds disaster and media fame in his back yard. Full Story...



bill diblasioCity Council Freshmen Orientation: the largest incoming class in decades, receives tips from Baruch College's School of Public Affairs. Full Story...


laura bridgmanLife of a Disabled Pioneer in Education is revealed in new book by professor at John Jay College. Full Story...


 

george e. patakiGovernors Island named as future CUNY campus: a joint announcement by Governor Pataki and Mayor Bloomberg. Full Story...



antarcticAntarctic Expedition by College of Staten Island Scientists includes undergraduate and graduate students studying krill. Full Story...


marie adam-oliveInto Halls of Power: Public affairs internship ushers students into positions in New York City, Albany, and Washington. Full Story...

rajen persaudTurning “D”s into Degrees: A CUNY student tells how to survive college in his book, now utilized at several CUNY schools. Full Story...




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