The CUNY J-School hosted an evening of conversation around the issue of diversity in the recruitment practices of news organizations – from both the editor’s and reporter’s perspectives.
Queens College of the City University of New York announces today that Douglas Rushkoff, the famed cyberculture expert who originated concepts such as “viral media” and “social currency,” will be joining its faculty.
The Chronicle of Higher Education showcases Guttman’s supportive first-year educational model as part of its Diversity in Academe 2014 feature. Read more… Printer Friendly Version
Joins network of academicians from 15 countries on six continents supported by a platform of interactive multimedia resources
Rajan Menon, who holds the Anne and Bernard Spitzer Chair in Political Science at The City College of New York’s Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership, has been appointed a Global Ethics Fellow by the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs.
The CUNY School of Professional Studies (CUNY SPS) is delighted to announce the launch of its new BA in Human Relations degree, the first program of its kind offered by CUNY. Human relations examines human behavior, interactions, and relationships within the workplace and society. Drawing upon psychology, sociology, communication, business, and the humanities, students in […]
Earlier this month, Medgar Evers College (MEC), in collaboration with the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Medgar Evers College Genomics Education Outreach Collaborative (GENEOC), hosted a student genomics conference.
The Verrazano School Honors Program at the College of Staten Island held its fourth annual Verrazano Senior with 34 graduates in the Class of 2014 representing 18 different majors. View the CSI Today Photo Gallery>Verrazano graduates include Blaze Fraser, the 2014 CSI Valedictorian, and Elizabeth Krawczun, the 2014 CSI Salutatorian.
The CUNY Graduate School of Journalism and its Center for Community and Ethnic Media (CCEM) are celebrating a number of milestones at its upcoming Ippies Awards, the only awards that recognize the achievements of New York’s independent, ethnic and community media. To be held on June 5th at the CUNY Journalism School, the Ippies will […]
Members of the Medgar Evers College Faculty, The last date to submit Spring 2014 final grades is Friday, May 30th. It is very important that you meet this due date. Several time sensitive processes depend on the submission on final grades. Do not be late! If you need assistance with claiming your CUNYfirst account or […]
NEW YORK, NY – May 23, 2014 – Baruch College was recently awarded the 2014 Educational Fundraising Award, for Overall Performance among Public Comprehensive Institutions. For the second consecutive year, the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) awarded this to Baruch for superior fundraising. “Baruch’s story is very compelling,” says Mark Gibbel, Vice […]
Blaze Fraser is graduating Summa Cum Laude with a 3.9 GPA from College of Staten Island’s Verrazano School Honors Program. While studying at CSI, he conducted undergraduate research under the supervision of Dr. William L’Amoreaux, director of the Imaging Facility. Blaze’s research is focused on taurine, an effective osmolyte in the body, and its physiological effects on different tissues.
Students, interested in working an internship, but not sure how to find one? Want to get some great experience in your future career well befoe you’ve earned your degree? Well, look no more! We are pleased to announce the launch of www.medgareversinternships.com where you can search, view and apply to internships and jobs! Upload your […]
Elizabeth Krawczun is a Verrazano School student who will receive a Bachelor’s degree in Epidemiology. She has served as a volunteer at the South Beach Psychiatric Center and performed independent research, working on data collection within the infection control department. In January 2013, she studied abroad through Brooklyn College in a global health program in rural India, and last January, she traveled through the Macaulay Honors College to the Dominican Republic to study health and water sustainability.
City Tech honored corporate and other “partners” at the 2014 Best of New York Award Dinner on Wednesday, May 14 at the New York Hilton Midtown. The evening began with a Guest of Honor Reception, followed by dinner and the award presentations. City Tech graduate Michael Lomonaco ’84, celebrity chef and managing partner, Porter House […]
Her new book, ‘Next Generation Infrastructure,’ advocates system-level thinking and holistic approach to replacing aging public works
America’s aging infrastructure systems not only need replacement, they need to be reinvented, argues City College of New York Professor of Architecture Hillary Brown in “Next Generation Infrastructure: Principles for Post-Industrial Public Works.” Washington-based Island Press released the book earlier this month.
Recent Baruch College graduate Santiago Mueckay ’13 has been awarded a New York City Urban Fellowship
A new online resource guide designed to connect New York’s college-bound and current college students with a wealth of academic support, college readiness and honors programs leading to graduation and career success was launched today by Graduate NYC!, a non-profit partnership, with funding from the Carroll and Milton Petrie Foundation.
Bengali is spoken by more than a quarter billion people mainly in Bangladesh and the West Bengal region of India. At The City College of New York, not only is it the fourth most popular native language among students – behind English, Spanish and Chinese – but; undergraduates can now take a year of Bengali to fulfill their language requirement.
John Jay College’s Center for Private Security and Safety (CPSS) in conjunction with MHA Consulting, a leading resiliency and business continuity consulting firm, and the Town of Newtown, CT, School District facilitated its second tabletop mock disaster exercise on Thursday, May 15 at the Sandy Hook Firehouse on Riverside Road.
The first four City College of New York President’s Community Scholars will graduate May 30 as members of CCNY’s Class of 2014. City College President Lisa S. Coico established the scholarship program, which provides full tuition for high-achieving students from upper Manhattan, in 2010.