November 16, 2011 | Macaulay Honors College
President and Chief Executive Officer
The New York Academy of Sciences
Ellis Rubinstein is an innovator and change agent. For over 3 decades, he has broken new ground. As a science journalist, his work merited 3 National Magazine Awards, the Pulitzer Prizes of the American periodicals industry. As an editor at leading publications including Newsweek and the journal Science, where he was Editor for a decade, Rubinstein increased impact through landmark articles, interviews and special issues. At Science, he pioneered Web-based services.
Now, as the leader of a unique global academy of sciences, he has created an extraordinary network of leading experts and institutional partnerships by forging a litany of novel, high-impact initiatives. As President and CEO of the 194-year-old New York Academy of Sciences since November 2002, Mr. Rubinstein has increased membership to 25,000 scientists in 140 countries, while creating a President’s Council with 28 Nobel Laureates and another score of CEOs and government leaders from across the globe.
November 29, 6-8pm
Macaulay Honors College
35 West 67th Street
New York, NY
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About Macaulay Honors College
The Class of 2014 was the tenth Macaulay Honors College class, and their admission marked the beginning of the college’s tenth anniversary celebrations. Macaulay recently admitted its largest class to date–the Class of 2015 with over 500 students. Founded in 2001 by Chancellor Matthew Goldstein, Macaulay Honors College has already become one of the nation’s leading honors colleges, offering an exceptional academic and co-curricular environment for future leaders of New York City—and beyond. Macaulay students enroll in one of seven CUNY senior colleges (Baruch, Brooklyn, City, Hunter, Lehman, Queens, or Staten Island). Through the unique Macaulay advising program, each student develops a coordinated, individualized academic program that includes research, global learning, graduate and professional mentoring, community engagement, and close faculty-student collaboration. Selected for their top high school records and leadership potential, Macaulay students are awarded a full-tuition merit scholarship, giving them the freedom to pursue their academic goals without financial burdens. Macaulay further enriches students’ academic experience by providing a laptop and technology support, a $7,500 study grant to pursue global learning and service opportunities, and a Cultural Passport that provides access to more than 200 museums, libraries and other treasures around New York City. For more information about Macaulay Honors College, see macaulay.cuny.edu.