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.
The City College of New York is often touted for its academic excellence, outstanding research and remarkable diversity. Now U.S. Secretary of Defense Ashton B. Carter is saluting its military legacy.
United States Secretary of Defense Ashton B. Carter speaks at The City College of New York to announce the next link to the “Force of the Future.” This is an initiative to modernize and expand how the Defense Department recruits, develops and retains service members and civilian employees.
The City College of New York’s Division of Interdisciplinary Studies at the Center for Worker Education, originally founded by educators and union leaders, is collaborating with District Council 37, New York City’s largest public employee union, to offer basic computer courses to members.
From Brazil and Seoul to Israel and Barcelona, The City College of New York offers many exotic and attractive study abroad destinations for students. Now add India to the mix. The Indian sub-continent is the latest international location to host City College students keen on broadening their horizons.
Britain’s Royal Society of Chemistry is bestowing Fellowship status on City College of New York researcher George John – the second City College professor honored such this year. Mahesh Lakshman, vice chairman of CCNY’s department of chemistry and biochemistry, was inducted this fall.
The City College of New York’s Undergraduate Student Government welcomes the Harlem community to the annual Harlemween party where children and teenagers trick-or-treat throughout the North Academic Center Ballroom for a night of scares.
Professors Nancy Stern and Tatyana Kleyn, of the School of Education at The City College of New York, are recipients of a $2.6 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of English Language Acquisition. The grant, which is in partnership with New Visions for Public Schools, will provide education to certified subject-area high school teachers in New York City to support emergent bilingual students (English language learners) in their classrooms.
Ntozake Shange, the famed playwright and poet, is this year’s Langston Hughes Medal winner. The dramatist of “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When the Rainbow Is Enuf,” joins a list of literary luminaries, including James Baldwin, Toni Morrison, Maya Angelou, and Walter Mosley, who have received the honor from The City College of New York.
Sixty City College of New York students are recipients of Alumni Association scholarships for their outstanding academic achievement. Scholarships range from $1000-$5000 and can cover up to one year of the awardee’s tuition.
The students will receive their scholarships at the 136th Annual Alumni Dinner where co-anchors Rosanna Scotto and Greg Kelly of “Good Day New York” on Fox 5 are recipients of The 69th John H. Finley Award, which recognizes exemplary dedicated service to the City of New York and the nation, while enhancing the quality of life of its people.
As the countdown continues to the Presidential polls, new analytical tools by physicists at The City College of New York promise a quicker and remarkably accurate method of predicting election trends with Twitter.
Lynn Appelbaum, professor and director of The City College of New York’s Advertising/PR Program, is the winner of The Hispanic Public Relations Association’s inaugural BRAVO! PR Educator of the Year Award.
The City College of New York’s Grove School of Engineering students head to the AlChE national finals competition in San Francisco to present the “Iodinator-C8,” a chemical powered vehicle that for the first time in CCNY history won first place in the Mid-Atlantic regional competition.
Over the centuries, generations of Indians have emigrated to parts of the globe as distant as Fiji, Trindidad and Guyana. Yet the big theme in Indian Diaspora literature over the years has been their original home, according to Susham Bedi, the Indian-born novelist, actress and academic.
MEDIA ADVISORY U.S. Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz tours CCNY biofuels project, Oct. 13 WHAT: Ernest Moniz, U.S. Secretary of Energy in the Obama administration, is visiting The City College of New York’s ARPA-E project on biofuels. Housed in the CUNY Energy Institute at CCNY, the project has developed a highly efficient zinc- manganese rechargeable […]