On February 14, 2012, Cory Vendryes, a member of the Speech, Drama & Debate club at Bronx Community College, came in First Place in Persuasive Speaking at the CUNY CLASP (CUNY League of Active Speech Professors) speech competition. The competition was held at LaGuardia Community College and included two categories: Informative and Persuasive speaking. Communication […]
Congratulations to Alex Luma, computer science major and Anthony Canelo, engineering science major, who both received honorable mention at the Black Engineer of The Year Awards in Philadelphia on February 17, 2012. Alex Luma was awarded the “Community in STEM” Award and Anthony Canelo was awarded the “Academics in STEM” Award. It was a very […]
Associate Professor of History William deJong-Lambert has received a $25,000 Science, Technology and Society grant from the National Science Foundation to fund the Second International Workshop on Lysenkoism, hosted by the University of Vienna, June 21-23, 2012. The first International Workshop on Lysenkoism, held December 4-5, 2009 at the CUNY Graduate Center and the Harriman […]
Bronx, NY — Putnam County, NY, District Attorney Adam Levy visited Bronx Community College November 10, 2011, where he spoke to criminal justice students about the bullying epidemic, his Bronx background, and careers in the criminal justice field. “You are in the best place to learn your trade in criminal justice,” he said at the […]
Bronx, NY — Bronx Community College held a dedication ceremony on October 27, 2011, for a new mural created for its campus. Conceived, designed, and executed by students and graduates of BCC’s Digital Arts Program, the artwork is located on the temporary construction fence adjacent to the College’s Language Hall. The dedication ceremony was held […]
Bronx Community College students Cory Vendryes and Yanilda Peralta were trophy winners at the Ed Leonard Memorial Speech Tournament held at Seton Hall University in New Jersey October 22, 2011. The two members of BCC’s Speech, Drama and Debate Team were winners in the Impromptu Sales event. Vendryes, a liberal arts major with a biology […]
Students in Bronx Community College’s Continuing and Professional Studies HITECH Program attended the Second Annual New York State Student Informatics Conference on September 23, 2011. Held at SUNY Downstate Medical Center, the conference was presented by the Healthcare Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS). The purpose of the event was to nurture and develop future health […]
Pulitzer Prize-Winning Reporter and Author Keynotes Bronx Community College’s Freshman Convocation Bronx, NY — Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter and author Mirta Ojito was the keynote speaker at the Bronx Community College Freshman Convocation on September 22, 2011. She spoke on the topic of “College Students in a Global Community” during the convocation, which was held in […]
Bronx Community College freshmen convocation highlighted student stepping stones to success.
Prepare for new job opportunities in managing electronic health records at Bronx Community College.
Bronx Community College will offer magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) training course.
Bronx Community College student changes major to
dietetics and nutrition because of summer gardening experience.
BCC President Carolyn G. Williams appointed to national education policy committee.
Bronx high school students interview Holocaust survivors and make history come alive.
BCC celebrates 50th anniversary of Department of Nursing and Allied Health Sciences.
Bronx Community College student wins Peter Jennings Award.
Bronx Community College will offer electronic medical records training.
David Dinkins provides keynote address at Bronx Educational Opportunity Center’s 23rd graduation.
Project H.I.R.E. Director Glenda Self recognized by Yankees as a “Good neighbor.”
Governor David A. Paterson was Bronx Community College’s keynote speaker at 50th commencement.