Lehman College’s School of Continuing and Professional Studies will hold open houses on May 19 and June 26 for its first summer program for teenagers interested in computer technology.
Americans consume nearly 400 million cups of coffee a day, and the used coffee grounds that remain — like the leftovers of your Grande Skinny Caramel Macchiato — most often end up in the trash.
Queensborough’s Fed Challenge Team participated in the 2012 Fed Challenge Scrimmage with Gateway Community College of New Haven, CT and North Shore Community College, which hosted the event on April 26 in Danvers, MA.
A record 16 CUNY students — 15 of whom earned undergraduate degrees at the University — have won National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships for work toward their master’s or doctoral degrees. No public university in the Northeast has more students or alumni who have won more of these coveted fellowships.
Baruch College announces that for the third consecutive year, the National Grid Foundation has provided a $15,000 grant to support the college’s Math Skills Enhancement Project, which has been expanded into the statistics department.
Nine City College of New York students – eight recent graduates and a graduating senior – are recipients of 2012 NSF Graduate Research Fellowships. The Fellowships are the most prestigious awards a graduate student in the STEM disciplines (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) can receive. They provide $121,500 over three years and are given to recognize and support exceptional students who have proposed graduate-level research projects in their fields.
The 12th Annual CUNY Jazz Festival, a gathering of bands and ensembles from across the CUNY system, takes place May 3-4 in Shepard Hall, Rooms 306 and 190, at The City College of New York at 140th Street and Convent Avenue in Manhattan. Saxophonist Steve Wilson, hailed by “The Wall Street Journal” as “essential to this city’s jazz landscape,” will be the festival’s guest artist.
BRONX, N.Y., The CUNY Mexican Studies Institute — the first center of its kind on the East Coast — will launch at Lehman College on Friday, May 11, with a major public conference of national significance, focusing on the health advantages and disadvantages experienced by this rapidly growing population. The community is invited to attend […]
Migraine pain sits at the upper end of the typical pain scale – an angry-red section often labeled “severe.” At this intensity, pain is debilitating. Yet many sufferers do not get relief from – or cannot tolerate – over-the-counter and commonly prescribed pain medications.
Josephine Estevez is named CUNYAC/Applebee’s Player of the Week for the last week in the 2012 regular season campaign for softball…Pitching in three games this week, Marie Oneto picked up two wins in a sweep against New Rochelle for the Brookly…
Flushing, N.Y – The City University of New York Athletic Conference in partner with the Hospital for Special Surgery have named Guy Goren and Joe Laskowski from Baruch as the 2012 Men’s Tennis Player and Rookie of the Year, respectively. Co…
The CUNY Athletic Conference / Hospital For Special Surgery Men’s Tennis Championship Final on Thursday, May 3rd at 5:00 pm at USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center will be a showdown following Sunday’s semifnals. On Sunday, #1 Baruch beat #4…
Baruch College swept through the 2012 CUNY Athletic Conference / Municipal Credit Union Baseball Championship has concluded at MCU Park in Coney Island, beating two-time defending champ College of Staten Island, 5-3 on Saturday. The Bearcats played the…
The Hunter College men’s volleyball team’s journey in the inaugural NCAA Championship run came to an end on Saturday afternoon as the Hawks fell to No. 1 Springfield College, 3-0 (13-25, 24-26, 7-25) at Blake Arena in Springfield, Massachusetts. …
Distinguished professor and constitutional law expert Ruthann Robson weighs in on ABC.com on the parameters of free speech in a case centering on threats made online between classmates.
Greetings, April brought us a shower of stories. Check out some of the latest news from our reporters: •Peter Moskowitz’s article about a woman’s very personal fight against budget cuts made The New York Times. •Anika Anand and Kenneth Christensen covered the Earth Fest celebration at St. Mary’s Park for the Mott Haven Herald. •Our […]
In April 2012 students in the Immigrant and Refugee Rights Clinic (IRRC) provided free, confidential information in English and Spanish to individuals around New York City facing immigration issues.
At its annual Partners for Progress Gala on April 26, Queensborough Community College recognized four people for their distinguished work in supporting the College and inspiring outstanding students.
Whitman Theater will rock on Friday, April 27, when the Lt. Dan Band, featuring actor Gary Sinise and his fellow bandmates, takes the stage at 7 p.m. for a live benefit concert.
Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) awarded Sustainable CUNY, of The City University of New York (CUNY), the prestigious 2012 Environmental Quality Award for its effort to support large scale solar adoption as lead for the NYC Solar America City Partnership (Partnership). Each year, the EPA honors those who have demonstrated an outstanding commitment to protecting and enhancing environmental quality and public health.