Amaury Rodriguez, a graduate student in the School of Education at The City College of New York, has co-edited a special issue of The Black Scholar journal on the complexities of Black cultural politics in the Dominican Republic.
Jennifer Katona, lecture and director of The City College of New York’s graduate program in educational theatre, has been named recipient of the American Alliance for Theatre and Education’s Lin Wright Special Recognition Award. She will receive the honor at AATE’s 2015 national conference in Milwaukee, Wis., August 5-9.
Arthur Gelb, John Johnson, Martin T. Sosnoff and Dave Levin recognized for contributions to education, healthcare, media and arts.
Forty high school students from across the city will participate in the 2015 HIRES summer internship program June 29 – August 14 at The City College of New York. The program’s goal is to provide its young participants with research experience in STEM fields.
Dr. Stephen Jablonsky, a faculty member in the CCNY music department since 1964, and Regina Pierce, an administrative assistant in the Grove School of Engineering, will be honored at the Alumni Association of The City College of New York’s 163rd annual meeting, June 11.
The City College of New York has been awarded Silicon Mechanics’ Research Cluster Grant award for 2015. The grant will provide the college with a High-Performance Computing cluster with the latest Intel and NVDIA high performance processing, and GPU technologies.
The City College of New York’s 169th Commencement will be held May 29, 2015, at 9 a.m. on the brand-new South Campus Great Lawn. Approximately 3,500 graduates will be honored.
Two City College of New York engineering students, Ahmed Abdelqader and Jakob Rehmann, have been awarded Ernest F. Hollings Undergraduate Scholarships by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
The rise of for-hire vehicle providers such as Uber and Lyft provides consumers with alternatives to more traditional ground transportation options. Yet, the growth of these new transportation companies has raised concerns about the safety and security of the riding public.
The alma mater of 10 Nobel Laureates and numerous other distinguished alumni, The City College of New York bids farewell to the Class of 2015 at its 169th Commencement Exercises Friday, May 29, at 9 a.m. on CCNY’s new South Campus Great Lawn.
Emilio Martinez-Lazaro’s “Spanish Affair” (“Ocho Apellidos Vascos”) will open the second annual The Americas Film Festival of New York, which runs from June 22 to June 26.
The Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture has made the top ten in the number of bachelor’s degrees granted to Hispanics, according to the most recent rankings issued by Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education Magazine.
City College of New York senior Ivana Lazaroska has a particular interest in the comparative study of religious ideology in southeastern Europe and Turkey from the late 19th century to the present. Thanks to the CCNY-Stanford Summer Research Program, the history/political science double major is about to take her research to another level.
Two-time Grammy Award winner Arturo O’Farrill was among the honorees at the City College Center for the Arts Inaugural Awards Benefit at the Aaron Davis Hall on the CCNY campus on Monday.
In his first return to his alma mater since receiving a Nobel Prize last fall, John O’Keefe presents the inaugural Professor Sharon Cosloy-Edward Blank Family Distinguished Scientist Lecture, Thursday, May 28 at The City College of New York. His talk, 4 p.m. in NAC room 0/201, will be entitled “The Hippocampus as a Cognitive Map: How we got here and where we are going.”
The City College of New York recently established the Herman Badillo Scholarship Fund, which will provide deserving students who demonstrate high academic excellence and outstanding character with funding to complete their education.
City College of New York anthropology major Chayanne Marcano will spend her summer researching the relationship public spaces have with local communities. The Bronx resident is one of six City College students awarded two-year Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowships (MMUF) by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
CCNY Search for Education, Elevation and Knowledge student Elaine Johnson was recently named a Jeanette K. Watson Fellow for the 2015-16 year. A sophomore majoring in psychology, with a 3.9 GPA, Johnson is the only student from City College to be selected for this prestigious award. In addition to the Watson Fellowship, Johnson was also accepted to the Colin Powell Program in Leadership and Public Service, a two-year program designed to train fellows for a life of public service.
“WALLACE,” a biodiversity web application created by a team led by City College of New York biologists Robert P. Anderson and Jamie M. Kass, is one of six finalists selected worldwide by the Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF) in the inaugural Ebbe Nielsen Challenge.
Four high achieving undergraduates at The City College of New York have been awarded 2015 Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships for study abroad this summer.