With the recent protests around Wall Street drawing attention to the rise of economic inequality in the United States, College of Staten Island Assistant Professor of Sociology Thomas Volscho has recently published an article in the American Sociological Review that aims to explain the rapid 30-year rise of the super-rich.
The #1 Hunter Hawks will play against the #3 Dolphins of CSI on Wednesday at 5:00pm in the CUNAYC/HSS Women’s Tennis Championship at the USTA National Tennis Center. Hunter defeated their rival Baruch 5-3 while CSI upset Brooklyn 5-2. Hunter will…
The CUNYAC/Con Edison Community College Women’s Championship begins and ends on Monday at Queensborough Community College in Bayside, NY. The first matchup will feature the #1 Kingsborough Wave and #4 Caimans of Hostos at 4:00pm. The #2 Queensbor…
Elizabeth Alter (Asst. Prof., York, Biology) was the lead author on a study by a distinguished team of American and Canadian scientists: “Gene flow on ice: The role of sea ice and whaling in shaping Holarctic genetic diversity and population differentiation in bowhead whales (Balaena mysticetus),” which appeared online in the new Wiley open access [...]
The following students enrolled in CUNY Baccalaureate (CUNY BA) have been selected as the new Fall 2012 Thomas W. Smith Academic Fellows and will be formally inducted into the Fellowship on November 7 in a ceremony at the CUNY Graduate Center. Thomas W. Smith Academic Fellowships for CUNY BA studetns are funded through a donation [...]
Nusrat (Jerin) Arifa, a 2009 graduate of CUNY BA for Unique and Interdisciplinary Studies and a National Organization for Women board member and chair of the National Young Feminist Task Force, is one of three recipients of this year’s Berger-Marks Foundation Award of Distinction.
Long Island City, NY—In celebration of National Food Day, a nationwide movement to encourage people to eat healthy and sustainable food, LaGuardia Community College on October 24 will be hosting a variety of activities including having a green market on campus where local naturally grown produce will be sold. W. Rogowski Farm, a family-owned farm [...]
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The Theatre Program at Lehman College will present Marisol, the 1993 Obie Award-winning drama about a community grappling with poverty and crime.
Thursday, October 18, 2012, Queens, NY – The City University of New York Athletic Conference is proud to announce the launch of CUNY-Wide Intramurals & Recreation championship events for all students across the University system. Through the …
Press Freedoms In Africa Panel Discussion – October 16, 2012 from CUNY Grad School of Journalism on Vimeo. Human rights groups, press freedom advocates, and African journalists report that many countries in Africa are seeing a rise in attacks on journalists as access to the Internet increases and use of technology to distribute news rises. [...]
Viewing microbial life, learning about fresh water systems and the negative effects of pollution on pond water were among the activities led by Queensborough’s microbiology honors students during the National Estuaries Day at the Festival of Little Neck Bay, held on September 29. Elementary and middle school students with their teachers, children with parents, and [...]
BMCC’s Mathematics Major Committee recently hosted a Welcome Orientation, where math professors provided new students with graduation and career advice.
“We’re here to help you become mathematicians,” said Annie Han, Chair of the Mathematics department.
“I started before my sister did, and I kind of knew the ropes at BMCC, so when she came here, I was like ‘Little Mother Hen’ over her,” says Francisca Campos, BMCC alumna and Deputy Chair of the college’s Business Management department.
Anton Wesener has been named the CUNYAC/Applebee’s Male Athlete of the Week for the second time…Medina Lukolic has been named the CUNYAC/Applebee’s Female Athlete of the Week…Kerley Pierre has been awarded the CUNYAC/Applebee’s Ro…
More than two dozen vehicles showcase the latest in fuel efficiency technology October 16, 2012—The future is coming to the Bronx–on four wheels. On Friday, October 19, the Center for Sustainable Energy of Bronx Community College (BCC) of is hosting its Eighth Annual Alternative Vehicle Technology Conference and Expo on the campus of Lehman College. [...]
You could say that New York City College of Technology(City Tech) played an important role in 17-year-old Olympic medalist Lia Neal’s life. Lia is the high school student from Fort Greene, Brooklyn, who won a bronze medal this past July in the 2012 Olympics 4×100-meter freestyle relay. She has City Tech to thank for being the place where her parents first met.
Rabbi David M. Posner, the long-time spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El in Manhattan, received the Community Leadership Award at the Harriet & Kenneth Kupferberg Holocaust Resource Center and Archives on October 16.
Engineering Technology instructor, Jeffrey Schwartz, won second place in the Second Annual Alzheimer’s Foundation of America’s (AFA) National Brain Game Challenge.
Eight teams will be in action on Wednesday afternoon leading into the night as the CUNYAC/Hospital for Special Surgery Quarterfinals begin. #1 Hunter will face #8 CCNY while #3 Staten Island will take on #6 Lehman Lightning beginning at 3:30pm. #2 Broo…