The Monday Brief
February 17, 2018

CUNY Study Abroad offers students a wide range of short-term, semester and yearlong programs. Choose from 166 programs in 51 countries. Start exploring the opportunities. ››

CBS This Morning features a partnership between CUNY and the New-York Historical Society called "The Citizenship Project," a free, six-week course that helps green card holders pass the civics test required to become citizens. ››

Get the score of the CUNYAC Community College Men's Basketball Championship final on Saturday between top-seeded BMCC and second-seeded Hostos. ››

Feb. 20 | Bronx Community College

Bronx Community College presents a screening of the PBS documentary, "Chisholm '72: Unbought & Unbossed," about the legendary Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm. ››

Feb. 20 | Medgar Evers College

Medgar Evers hosts a Black History Town Hall, "Guns: A 360-Degree Perspective," a discussion about the role of guns in black history. ››

Feb. 20 | Hunter College

Hunter's Roosevelt House welcomes Joseph A. Califano Jr. for a discussion about his latest book, Our Damaged Democracy: We the People Must Act››

Feb. 21 | Bronx Community College

As part of BCC's Black History Month, Ahmed Reid, associate professor of history, explores his experiences as a member of the UN Human Rights Council’s Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent. ››

Feb. 21 | Medgar Evers College

Jonathan Mboyo Esole, assistant professor of mathematics at Northeastern University and an Einstein Fellow, will discuss the challenges and opportunities of bringing STEM education to all corners of the African diaspora. ››

Feb. 21 | Queensborough Community College

Queens College Kupferberg Holocaust Center features a screening of "Denial" (2016), a film based on the book, History on Trial: My Day in Court with a Holocaust Denier.  ››

Feb. 21 | York College

The Milton G. Bassin Performing Arts Center at York College presents "ML: The King Years 7 to 37," a coming of age story of Martin Luther King Jr. ››

Feb. 21 | Queens College

Queens College celebrates the 100th anniversary of Leonard Bernstein's birth with symphonic music from West Side Story.   ››

Feb. 21 | Queens College

As part of Black History Month, Queens College welcomes Katrina Adams, president of the United States Tennis Association (USTA). ››

Feb. 22 | College of Staten Island

CSI presents "Migrating Heritage," a group exhibition of collected works on immigration and cultural heritage. ››

Feb. 22 | College of Staten Island

CSI presents a free screening of  "Get Out," a 2017 American horror film written and directed by Jordan Peele. ››

Feb. 22 | Lehman College

Lehman holds a concert celebration in honor of composer and Distinguished Professor John Corigliano on his 80th birthday. ››

Feb. 22 | Brooklyn College

Brooklyn College Department of Psychology features a special lecture by the evolutionary biologist Lee Dugatkin. ››

Feb. 22 | Graduate Center

Music in Midtown series features chamber music concert by musicians from the Graduate Center's DMA performance program. ››

Feb. 22 | Baruch College

Baruch's Black History Month presents "Still I Rise: Breaking Barriers in 2018," a discussion about what it means to be black in America and how to break barriers in the professional world. ››