Six City College of New York participants were winners at the Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students in Tampa, Fla. Each received awards in the poster presentation category.
The City College of New York is the #1 Military Friendly School among public universities with more than 10,000 students. This is according to Victory Media, which awarded City College its Top 10 Gold award for 2017.
The honor is based on public information gathered from a Military Friendly® survey and personal data from CCNY veteran students about how they feel about the college.
Biomedical engineer Marom Bikson’s internationally recognized contributions in medical device innovation include research on noninvasive electrical brain stimulation to treat brain disorders such as depression, chronic pain, and stroke. The City College of New York professor is now the recipient of a $1.8 million grant from the National Institutes of Health aimed at revolutionizing the treatment of brain diseases using brain stimulation that is personalized to each patient. Eighteen medical centers around the country and Google are also partners in this research.
One is a dreamlike film sequence about journeying from poverty in Mexico to a City College of New York classroom. The other is a stunning campus photo. Both earned CCNY undergraduates Mariana Osorio (art and music) and Suha Sultan (biomedical engineering) top prizes in two international competitions.
The first digital platform in academia presenting a comprehensive history of the Americas’ earliest African inhabitants is now live. “First Blacks in the Americas/Los Primeros Negros en las Américas,” a bilingual archival resource in English and Spanish, is the product of The City College of New York- based CUNY Dominican Studies Institute.
Since its founding in 1847 as the Free Academy, The City College of New York has provided a world-class higher education to an increasingly diverse student body–serving as one of the single most important avenues to upward mobility in the nation. Access to excellence remains the vision of the College today. City College is the founding institution of The City University of New York and the first public urban institution of higher education in the United States.
City College of New York Biochemistry major Md Shamiul Kabir is this year’s best oral presentation winner among premedical and medical students at the Student National Medical Association’s Region IX Research Education Conference.
Ilona Kretzschmar, deputy chair of chemical engineering in The City College of New York’s Grove School of Engineering, is one 2016’s new American Association for the Advancement of Science Fellows. Dating back to 1874, the honor is bestowed upon AAAS members by their peers because of their scientifically or socially distinguished efforts to advance science or its applications.
The City College of New York is joining the global day of giving with #CCNYGives, a 24-hour campaign to raise funds in support of student scholarships. On Tuesday, November 29, every $5,000 raised will provide a student with a scholarship for one year.
Angelo Lampousis, lecturer in City College of New York’s Division of Science, is the recipient of a $70,000 grant from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) to support standards education in undergraduate and graduate curricula.
The City College of New York’s student entry placed 11th in AIChE’s 2016 Chem-E- Car Competition in San Francisco. “Iodonator – C8,” the latest chemical powered vehicle designed by Grove School of Engineering undergraduates, qualified for the international event after winning the Mid-Atlantic regional competition.
Gilda A. Barabino, dean and Berg Professor in the Grove School of Engineering at The City College, is the winner of AIChE’s 2016 William W. Grimes Award for Excellence in Chemical Engineering.
The Alumni Association of The City College of New York’s annual dinner at the Hilton hotel is always a big night for both CCNY alumni and current students. In addition to Townsend Harris medals to select alumni for outstanding postgraduate achievement, the event celebrates academic excellence.
When it comes to upward mobility and its drivers, Jennifer M. Morton, assistant professor of philosophy at The City College of New York, has a different take. And it goes beyond the traditional concept of a college education opening the doors of opportunity.
Kevin R. Foster is the Interim Dean of the Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership. His appointment follows the naming of the School’s dean, Vincent Boudreau, as Interim President of The City College of New York. An Associate Professor, Foster has served as chair of the Colin Powell School’s department of Economics and […]
Iliana Ortega, an Ad/PR major at The City College of New York, is one of 50 undergraduate seniors nationwide in the American Advertising Federation’s Most Promising Multicultural Students Class of 2017.
Antonio Tibaldi is one of several notable filmmakers in The City College of New York’s Department of Media and Communication Arts. His impressive body of work includes five feature films. In the documentary genre, his latest production, “Thy Father’s Chair,” has critics raving.
Four City College of New York undergraduates have qualified as student leaders in a global program run by Stanford University to create new opportunities for their peers to engage with innovation, entrepreneurship, design thinking and creativity. They are among 169 new University Innovation Fellows selected internationally by Stanford’s Hasso Plattner Institute of Design.
Vincent Boudreau is the Interim President of The City College of New York. His appointment, announced by CUNY Chancellor James B. Milliken, is effective immediately.
Autumn leaves fall as City College of New York students scurry to classes enticed by exceptional programs, research and faculty. As the foliage turns from green to orange and yellow, exciting events are popping up all around CCNY’s beautiful campus in celebration of CUNY Month this November.