Amid record student enrollments, The City University of New York Board of Trustees approved a $3.4 billion budget request on November 23 for its twenty-four community colleges, senior colleges, graduate and professional schools.
CUNY Trustees Approve Budget Request Including No Increase in Community College Tuition for 2016 And Continuation of “Predictable Tuition Policy”November 25, 2015 | The University
November 24, 2015 | The University
The CUNY School of Public Health will be restructured as a unified graduate school, a move that will bring together its resources, finances, faculty and governance so that it will become a leading public health and health policy institution, under a resolution approved Nov. 23 by the University’s Board of Trustees.
CUNY Faculty Honored for Scholarship and Service with the Balzan Prize, the Rome Academy Prize, the Laboratories d’Excellence Chair and NSF, NIH, Fulbright and Guggenheim FellowshipsNovember 23, 2015 | The University
Faculty of The City University of New York are leading national organizations, conducting groundbreaking research and being recognized for their scholarship with prestigious awards, according to campus reports of awards and grants.
November 23, 2015 | The University
New York City, in partnership with CUNY, is rolling out a $16.5 million initiative to recruit male teachers of color so that its teaching staff better reflects its student population.
November 19, 2015 | The University
The American Cancer Society honored The City University of New York with the Donald H. Gemson Cancer Prevention Public Policy Award, which recognizes leadership in broad-based policy change in the fight against cancer.
November 18, 2015 | The University
By Sabrina Rojas Weiss November 18, 2015 They promise to make you less anxious. They promise to make you focus on the positive. They promise to help you meditate and make you happier. The claims from mood-improving apps out there are difficult to resist. Play a game and we’ll feel better about life? Yes, please! […]
November 16, 2015 | The University
As student indebtedness nationally climbs towards $1.3 trillion, the City University of New York is providing extraordinary value, as its colleges experience continued record enrollments while more than 66 percent of full-time undergraduates attend tuition-free, 80 percent graduate debt-free, and tuition at its four-year colleges ranks among the lowest in the nation.
November 14, 2015 | The University
The community of The City University of New York extends its most profound sympathies to the families and friends of the victims of the terrorist attacks in France.
Hateful Speech is Anathema to Our Values, Chancellor Milliken Says in Remarks at Scholarships Supporting Diversity ConferenceNovember 13, 2015 | The University
Chancellor James B. Milliken, speaking at a CUNY conference focusing on “Scholarships Supporting Diversity,” stated Friday that CUNY is “a place of inclusion, not exclusion. Especially at a time when there is so much emotionally-charged debate around the country and on our own campuses, this has never been more important,” he said.
November 11, 2015 | The University
Supporting the inherent strengths of one of the nation’s most diverse student bodies – as well as the potential of an increasingly globalized workplace – The City University of New York this year highlights competitive scholarships for high academic achievers that promote diversity in undergraduate and graduate study.