Baruch College will present the exhibition The Landmarks of New York at the Mishkin Gallery from Friday, November 7 to Wednesday, December 10, 2014. An opening reception will take place on Thursday, November 6, from 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Over the past two semesters during his sabbatical, City College of New York Earth and Atmospheric Science Associate Professor Z. Johnny Luo spent hundreds of hours on scientific flights studying cloud dynamics. On Thursday, October 30, photo images from his airborne missions go on display in the exhibit “Flying into the Hurricane: Science in Action” in the Marshak Café at CCNY. It runs through fall 2015.
The first annual Club and Student Organization Fair was held on October 16 in the Information Commons. Sponsored by the Student Government Association (SGA), the Club Fair provided an opportunity for students to engage with student life at the College. The fair featured five new student groups hoping to be registered clubs at Guttman: Not […]
Medgar Evers College (MEC) is pleased to announce the release of its End of Year (2013-2014) Report.
On November 12, at 12:30 pm, in City Tech’s Atrium Amphitheater, 300 Jay Street, featured speaker, Michael Schneider, Secretary General Emeritus of the World Jewish Congress, and former CEO of the American Joint Distribution Committee, will receive the 2014 City Tech Jewish Faculty & Staff Association (JFSA) Distinguished Humanitarian Award for his anti-apartheid efforts in […]
NEW YORK, NY- October 24, 2014 – Student teams from The City University of New York will prepare two-minute business pitch ideas on using IBM Watson cognitive technology during a two-day boot camp, October 24 and 25. Media are invited to view the presentations live at The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, 3 p.m., […]
<img width="150" height="150" src="//www.journalism.cuny.edu/tcS3_media/blogs.dir/1/files/2014/10/Sandy-Chauncey-2-150×150.jpg" class="attachment-thumbnail wp-post-image" alt="Clips of the Week" title="Clips of the Week" style="float:right;" />Check out some of our latest links – including Chauncey Alcorn’s Gotham Gazette report about a troubled post-Sandy rebuilding program.
Tuesday, October 21, 2014, President Rudolph F. Crew joined Errol Louis of NY1’s Inside City Hall in conversation about education reform. The discussion highlighted the need to stabilize the dialogue about education reform and the systems that serve children and families.
Bill Fisse, BMCC Foundation Board member and Citi HR Executive, presents a Leadership Breakfast talk. “There’s nothing to talk about today that you don’t already know intuitively,” said Guest Speaker Bill Fisse before his presentation, Building Your Leadership Brand in Times of Change. Wielding a wireless microphone, he walked through the audience in one […]
BMCC Veterans Service Specialist, Wilfred Cotto with his staff. There are some 4,500 senior and community colleges in the U.S., and while many offer a high-quality education, only a fraction are geared to the specific needs of student veterans. Within that small elite, BMCC is ranked among the best of the best. That’s the […]
Veteran director Lee Percy was attending a film industry dinner in 2009 when he struck up a conversation with a waiter. By the end of the evening, he recalls, the waiter said, “You’re going to make a movie about my life.” He was right. The waiter was Praq Rado, who is currently a Communications […]
BMCC Students with their certificates. Thanksgiving came early for volunteers treated to a traditional turkey luncheon at BMCC’s Seventh Annual Campus Emergency Volunteer Recognition Ceremony in Richard Harris Terrace. “Get your food first,” announced VP of Administration & Planning Scott Anderson. Then, as guests enjoyed their buffet meal, Public Safety Director Ed Moss, Sergeant […]
A special session honoring BMCC mathematics professor Yibao Xu, who passed away unexpectedly in November 2013, was held as part of the 6th Annual International Symposium on Ancient Chinese Books & Records of Science & Technology on Saturday, October 4 in Richard Harris Terrace at BMCC’s main campus. A number of speakers, colleagues and […]
CUNY School of Public Health welcomed Chancellor Milliken and his wife Mrs. Nana Smith to the CUNY family on October 2nd, at the Red Rooster in Harlem. Faculty and staff of the School, members of the School’s Advisory Board, members of the CUNY Chancellery and friends and supporters of the School were among the attendees.
Members of the CUNY School of Public Health Advisory Council met for its inaugural meeting on October 3rd on the East Harlem campus. The Council began working on an agenda to leverage its collective resources and expertise to position the CUNY SPH as a foci of Public Health innovation and service to the CUNY community,
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Former Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields and the famed Friars Club will receive the 67th John H. Finley Award from The Alumni Association of The City College of New York at the New York Hilton November 6. In addition, seven City College alumni will receive Townsend Harris Medals. The awards will be presented at the association’s 134th Annual Dinner.
Twenty Kingsborough Community College students joined hundreds of other volunteers on October 18 to clean up and beautify Prospect Park for families and park-goers who frequent the 585-acre urban oasis located in the heart of Brooklyn. As part of a citywide effort to care for the city’s favorite green spaces with brooms, shovels, rakes and […]
Medgar Evers College (MEC) and the Department of Accounting proudly announce that Natasha Paguandas, Michael Gray, Natika John, Sadna Roberts and Jezel Best earned 1st place at the prestigious 8th Annual Deloitte NABA New York Case Study Competition. The competition was held at Deloitte’s Manhattan Office in Rockefeller Center, Saturday, October 18, 2014.
There are currently five (5) vacant officer positions as follows in the Student Government Association: Freshman Class Representative (2) Junior Class Representative (3) Class standing is defined in the following manner: Freshman: 0 to 29.5 credits. Junior: 60 to 89.5 credits. Interested students who desire to serve the student body will need to complete the […]