CUNY Law alum Michael Tobman (’98) comments on the distribution of bonuses to campaign workers
Crystal Ferguson, a two-sport student-athlete at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, has won an appointment as a White House intern for the spring 2010 semester.
President Obama has nominated Beatrice Hanson (MSW ’90) to head the U.S. Justice Department’s Office for Victims of Crime. The OVC, a branch of the Office of Justice Programs, helps fund state programs that assist crime victims. Hanson currently serves as chief program officer for Safe Horizon, a crime victim assistance organization in New York […]
CUNY Law alum Roberta Hunter (’87) reflects on her summers spent on the Shinnecock reservation
Over 250 students, alumni, and members of the college community celebrated Kwanzaa in the Repertory Theater at Hostos Community College.
Continuing Education & Professional Studies at Hostos Community College in partnership with NY Designs at LaGuardia Community College, launched a study on Emerging Latino Designers.
More than 50 children from the third, fourth and fifth grades at P.S. 152 held their winter recital in Levenson Hall on Monday, December 21. This marks the first public performance for some of the children who were part of the 2009 Harmony Program, in which students and graduates of the Conservatory of Music at Brooklyn College were trained to teach schoolchildren.
At 11:30 a.m. on Sunday, December 27, 2009, Dr. Carlos Molina, Dean for Special Programs at Eugenio Maria de Hostos Community College, appeared on Channel 7 ABC TV’s Tiempo, a weekly roundtable discussion about topics affecting and relating to Hispanics.
Family Court Judge Pam Jackman-Brown (’86) talks about the economy’s impact on
CUNY Law Professor Emerita Sharon Hom provides expert commentary on how the sentencing
Cory Provost, a Brooklyn College graduate student active in student and community affairs, has been elected the 25th chairperson of CUNY’s University Student Senate for 2009-2010, giving him a seat and a vote on the Board of Trustees as the University’s student representative.
Eileen Choi (’07), an attorney at Brooklyn Family Defense Project, helps defend the due process rights
The spring schedule of the Macaulay Perspectives series is shaping up nicely for the spring, beginning with Joseph Berger, New York Times reporter, columnist, and editor, giving a talk on February 11, 6 – 8pm, entitled “Immigrant Metropolis.” The talk will be held at the Macaulay Honors College center at 35 West 67th Street.
Three City University of New York graduate students have been selected for the 2010 New York State Assembly Graduate Scholars Program, one of the most competitive internships in New York State.
This holiday season, BMCC’s Out in Two scholars volunteered at the New York Food Bank warehouse in the Bronx.
For almost 20 years, nursing students have taken part in the Student Nurse Intern program of the Alex Hillman Family Foundation, becoming part of a professional medical team at Lenox Hill Hospital—a 652-bed, acute-care facility on Manhattan’s Upper East Side.
Betsy Gotbaum, the New York City Public Advocate, reflects on her eight years in the city’s second-highest elected office on the next Urban Focus, the weekly radio program broadcast in conjunction with the DuBois Bunche Center for Public Policy at Medgar Evers College.
The Staten Island Chapter of the New York Urban League recently honored Miriam Perez-Lai, Counselor in CSI’s SEEK (Search for Education, Elevation, and Knowledge) Program, by presenting her with their Health and Social Welfare Award. Perez-Lai received the award at the organization’s 44th Annual Awards Luncheon.
The Staten Island Chapter of the New York Urban League recently honored Miriam Perez-Lai, Counselor in CSI’s SEEK (Search for Education, Elevation, and Knowledge) Program, by presenting her with their Health and Social Welfare Award. Perez-Lai received the award at the organization’s 44th Annual Awards Luncheon. Commenting on her award, Perez-Lai said, “I feel extremely […]
As part of the National Grid Engineering Fall 2009 Workshop series in collaboration with CSI Liberty partnership 12 students from Curtis High School on Staten Island, guided by Prof. Neo Antoniades of the Engineering Science and Physics Department, spent four two-hour sessions at the College of Staten Island campus working on various engineering projects focusing […]