The Children’s Center at the College of Staten Island is an invaluable asset to many CSI students struggling to balance obtaining a college degree with raising a family, with many parents citing the Center as one of the major reasons that they were able to earn their degrees.
The CSI Center for the Arts presents another fan favorite this season with Goodnight Moon and The Runaway Bunny!Adapted from Margaret Wise Brown’s 60-year-old classic, Goodnight Moon is a celebration of familiar nighttime rituals, while The Runaway Bunny’s pretend tale of leaving home evokes reassuring responses from his loving mom.
Come and listen to Michael Amante, renowned classical singer, as he and his orchestra spend the evening performing Italian Songs, pop love standards, your classical favorites, and original songs! Amante will capture the soul of pure romance and melt the hearts of his audience.
New York State Assemblyman Michael Cusick, together with College of Staten Island President Dr. William J. Fritz, Vice President for Finance and Administration Ira Persky, & Athletic Director Charles Gomes, announced a $1 million grant to the College of Staten Island for state of the art upgrades to the College’s track and field facilities.
For the third consecutive year, U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Colleges” list for Regional Universities (North) has highlighted the College of Staten Island, a senior college of The City University of New York. According to U.S. News & World Report, the magazine’s ranking model offers “reliable and consistent data on nearly 1,800 schools to allow [parents and students] to compare them.” CSI was first named one of America’s “Best Colleges” in 2014.
Life got in the way for William Carey near the end of WWII when he put his plans for a college degree on hold and enlisted into the U.S. Army as an Infantryman. After decades of service to his country, and with the help of the Military Services Scholarship awarded to him by the College of Staten Island Veterans Support Services program, Mr.
Dr. Russ Clay and 269 co-authors investigating the reproducibility of psychological science published their findings today in Science Magazine. Launched nearly four years ago, the Reproducibility Project: Psychology has produced the most comprehensive investigation ever done about the rate and predictors of reproducibility in a field of science.
STATEN ISLAND ADVANCE — Strike up a conversation with the guy ahead of you at any supermarket checkout on Staten Island and odds are he didn’t go to college. Neither did the construction foreman who lives next door, or the young woman around the corner who works on Wall Street.
STATEN ISLAND ADVANCE. — Before he even takes the stage, the crowd goes wild for Airistotle. Shielding his eyes from the spotlights, the boyish 26-year-old entertainer looks out onto his audience, a “wow” taking shape across his mouth. A young lady in the front row screams her intentions to be the mother of his child.
Michael A. Stillitano ’90, CPA and adjunct professor of accounting at the College of Staten Island, School of Business, has been elected President of the Monmouth/Ocean Chapter of the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants (NJCPA) for a one-year term beginning June 1, 2015.
Khatmeh Osseiran-Hanna has been named Vice President for Institutional Advancement and External Affairs at The City University of New York’s College of Staten Island. With more than 25 years of experience in higher education, Ms. Osseiran-Hanna has expertise in non-profit management, fundraising, marketing and communications, advocacy, and alumni and community relations.
Barbara Schwartz-Bechet, EdD has been named associate dean for the Salus University College of Education and Rehabilitation (CER). Dr. Schwartz-Bechet received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Elementary Education from Brooklyn College, a Master of Science in Education from the College of Staten Island and a Doctor of Education in Applied Behavior Analysis from Columbia University – Teachers College.
STATEN ISLAND ADVANCE — Growing up in the digital age, Adam Mohamed, 21, was always fascinated with technology. “I always liked to keep up on the latest cell phones and devices that were coming out,” he said. As the son of an electronics store business owner, he’s been taught from a young age that hard work and dedication pay off.
The “America’s Top Colleges” list by FORBES showcases colleges that offer a high return-on-investment education with a focus on just one measurement: outcomes. The College of Staten Island ranks 154th in the Northeast, and 433rd in the nation on this prestigious list.
A recent and proud cum laude graduate of the School of Business and the Verrazano School at the College of Staten Island, Sally Mach stepped directly from CSI into a full-time position as a Financial Analyst on the Disaster Recovery Team at the Langone Medical Center of New York University.
STATEN ISLAND ADVANCE — Maya Angelou put it best: “Courage is the most important of all the virtues, because without courage you can’t practice any other virtue consistently. You can practice any virtue erratically, but nothing consistently without courage.”Meet Andrea Dalzell, who lives by those words each and every day of her life.
“Saadyah Averick from Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh (USA), won the DSM Science & Technology Awards Americas 2014 with his Ph.D. research titled “The Preparation of Functional Bioconjugates Using Atom Transfer Radical Polymerization”, which he conducted under supervision of Dr. Krzysztof Matyjaszewski.
MONEY magazine has published its list of the Best Colleges for 2015-2016 this week, identifying 736 schools, out of approximately 1,500 nationwide, that provide the best value for your tuition dollar. With a “Value Added Grade” of A-, the College of Staten Island is ranked third for public institutions in New York State behind CUNY Baruch and SUNY Maritime, eighth among public institutions in the Mideast region, and 123rd overall on the Best Colleges list.
Jenny Pisani, 24, of Staten Island, N.Y., has been accepted into the Peace Corps and will depart for Cambodia July 23 to begin training as an education volunteer. Pisani will live and work in a community to teach English at the secondary level and participate in a secondary project to help meet community development needs.
The CSI Alumni Association elected a new Executive Committee on June 15, 2015. [LR:] Krytstian Gargasz ’06, Treasurer; Jacqueline Armani ’06, Secretary; Carole Gervasi ’02, President; and Jennifer Rodriguez ’06, ’12, Vice President. Outgoing Executive Committee Members [not pictured] were Dr.