The newest edition of the Medgar Evers College (MEC) student handbook is now available for download. Whether you are new to MEC or a familiar face, we are pleased to welcome you to campus. As the new academic year begins, the information provided in the handbook will help you get off to a strong start. […]
MEDIA INVITED NEW YORK, NY- August 27, 2014 – The Steven L. Newman Real Estate Institute at the Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College and Green Biz present a day-long conference, “VERGE Salon, Next –Gen Buildings and Cities” on September 16. The event, held from 8 a.m. – 7:30 p.m. at the William and Anita […]
MEDIA RELEASE NEW YORK, NY- August 27, 2014 – Now in its 10th year, the official 2014 FringeNYC Encore Series is offering theatre lovers another chance at seeing some of the most critically acclaimed and most crowd-pleasing shows from the New York International Fringe Festival. This year, the FringeNYC Encore Series will be divided into […]
Baruch College presents the exhibition Andy Warhol: Celebrating the Famous and The Unknown at the Mishkin Gallery from Thursday, September 19 to Monday, October 20. An opening reception will take place on Thursday, September 18 from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
From Eleanor Bumpurs to Amadou Diallo to Sean Bell to Trayvon Martin to Eric Garner to Michael Brown, lethal encounters between people of color and law enforcement are a sad part of this country’s history and legacy. The Medgar Evers College “Focus on Ferguson….and Beyond” town hall meeting will give the College community an opportunity to reflect on the latest tragic incidents and determine strategies for reforming the relationship between communities of color and law enforcement.
The top three “Best Bang for the Buck” colleges in the nation are colleges of The City University of New York, according to the Washington Monthly magazine.
Continuing Guttman student Austin Ochoa, who joined Manhattan’s Community Board No. 4 in April 2014 as its youngest serving member, was recently interviewed by NY Press about his experiences. Read the article.
More than $5 million in federal research grants has been awarded to four City College of New York researchers in the interdisciplinary CUNY Institute for Macromolecular Assemblies.
State officials have approved The City College of New York’s plan for implementing Governor Andrew Cuomo’s Start-Up New York initiative at CCNY.
NEW YORK, NY- August 26, 2014 – Baruch College ranked #3 in the Best-Bang-For-The-Buck category in the 2014 Washington Monthly College Rankings. Washington Monthly’s college rankings measure institutions based on civic engagement, research and social mobility. The publication gives high marks to institutions that contribute to society, enroll low-income students, help them graduate and […]
NEW YORK, NY- August 26, 2014 –Baruch College’s student organization Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting (ALPFA) participated in ALPFA’s Annual Convention, August 2-5, 2014 in Lake Buena Vista, Fl., where they were awarded the Northeastern Chapter of the Year and won the KPMG National Case Study competition. The national conference offered ALPFA […]
MEDIA RELEASE NEW YORK, NY- August 26, 2014 – Baruch College was once again included in Forbes magazine’s annual listing of “America’s Top Colleges.” Baruch is ranked #244 overall, up 36 spots from last year. Baruch is also ranked #101 in the Northeast, up four spots from last year, and #11 in the “Best […]
In a study that could alter traditional notions in the fields of ecology and evolutionary biology, three City College of New York researchers present results indicating that competition between two species can lead to the geographic isolation of one of them. The finding by biologists Eliecer E. Gutiérrez, Robert A. Boria and Robert P. Anderson is the cover story in the August issue of the Swedish-published journal “Ecography” under the title, “Can biotic interactions cause allopatry? Niche models, competition, and distributions of South American mouse opossums.”
NEW YORK, NY-August 26, 2014 – The Robert Zicklin Center for Corporate Integrity at Baruch College’s Zicklin School of Businessand The Sustainability Practice Network will host a panel discussion on September 3 on corporate sustainability. A recent Global Survey from McKinsey and Company showed that many companies view sustainability as a priority, but are failing […]
Monday, September 1st, 2014, Medgar Evers College will once again be participating in the West Indian American Day Parade/Carnival. Medgar Evers College is deeply proud of its students, alumni, faculty and staff who are of West Indian American descent and would like to extend an invitation to the members of the various clubs to participate […]
The Medgar Evers College Center for Black Literature, AKILA WORKSONGS, African Voices Magazine, the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture and Arts + Crafts announce an 80th birthday party for the world-renowned poet, humanitarian, scholar and activist Sonia Sanchez.
On August 25 CUNY Chancellor James B. Milliken, who joined the University on June 1, visited Guttman Community College for the first time. The Chancellor met with senior administration, toured the college, and attended a special reception with staff and faculty members who are teaching in the Summer Bridge program. Additionally, the Chancellor visited a […]
Medgar Evers College is pleased to announce the planned reopening of the Charles Evans Innis Memorial Library. The Library space has been closed since late 2012 for a $22 million dollar refurbishment and is now set to again open its doors to students, faculty and staff on September 15th, 2014.
Are you applying to a study abroad program? Is the application essay more challenging than you expected? Essays can be difficult to write. Allow us to help you craft a winning one! The Writing Center at Medgar Evers College hosts writing workshops designed to help you craft, edit, and revise study abroad application essays. Come […]
Professor Carla Barrett appeared on NY1’s “Inside City Hall” to discuss the treatment of teenage inmates on Riker’s Island and ways to improve the current state of juvenile justice. A recent report by the United States Attorney in Manhattan found the New York City Department of Correction violated the civil rights of male teenagers at […]