Leo Song, a graduate student studying Physical Therapy at the College of Staten Island, recently participated in a postgraduate and career strategy panel hosted by the Northeastern Chapter of the Korea American Scholarship Foundation. “I felt proud to represent the CUNY Graduate Center/CSI,” Song said.
The Unit Accreditation Board of the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) has approved the continuing accreditation of the College of Staten Island’s Education program. The reaccreditation process involved examining the standards for the Education program at CSI such as faculty qualifications, unit governance, and field experiences and clinical practices.
In today’s fiercely competitive job market and economy, today’s graduates need every skill they can acquire to get an edge on the competition. Toward that goal, the College’s Career and Scholarship Center and the CSI Alumni Association teamed up last Friday to present “The Business Etiquette Luncheon.”View the CSI Today Photo Gallery.
The National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission, Inc. (NLNAC) Board of Commissioners has approved the continuing accreditation of the College of Staten Island’s Bachelor of Science (BS) degree program in Nursing for the maximum eight-year reaccreditation. The NLNAC reviews programs throughout the country based on a set of national standards specific to nursing programs at a variety of higher education levels.
The College of Staten Island has recently launched its Middle States Reaccreditation 2011-2012 Website, which provides details of the College’s self-study design, process, and planning. Commenting on the Middle States reaccreditation process, CSI President Dr. Tomás D. Morales, says, “As the College’s Chief Executive Officer, I share in the enthusiasm, pride, and dedication that my colleagues across our campus have for this important milestone in the life of our institution.”The Middle States Commission on Higher Education is a non-governmental association that is dedicated to quality assurance and improvement through the process of accreditation via peer evaluation.
An enthusiastic group of nearly 100 Business alumni and faculty gathered at the residence of President Tomás D. and Mrs. Evy Morales last week for a networking evening. Alumni, spanning from the 1970s to our most recent grads, the class of 2010,and representing the fields of accounting, finance, management, international business, and information systems, had the opportunity to catch up with their favorite faculty members and fellow grads.
Last Tuesday, more than 35 members of the College community, who contributed $100 or more over the past two years to the College, were honored during a breakfast that celebrated the inaugural Faculty/Staff Giving Circle, which is chaired by CSI Professor and CSI Foundation Ex-Officio Member Roberta Vogel, PhD.
Last week, more than 200 members of the community turned out in record numbers to experience the Tunnel of Oppression. The event, sponsored by the Pluralism and Diversity Program at CSI, is part of “I Am SI,” a Borough-wide effort to combat violence and hatred on Staten Island.
The Staten Island Branch of the New York Urban League honored College of Staten Island President Dr. Tomás Morales with its Education Award last Friday at its annual Mills G. Skinner Awards Luncheon. Dr. Morales commented, “I am proud to receive this honor from the New York Urban League and to support the League’s important contributions toward ensuring that all students have the equal opportunity to receive a quality education.”Other honorees included Fran Reali (Health and Social Welfare Award), Betsy Dubovski and Mark Irving (Charles Langere Community Service Award), Serena Brothers-Mohamed (Clarence “Butch” Mangin Award), and Asia Tyi McCleary-Gaddy (Chancellor Richard R.
Last week, the Center for the Arts came alive with strange electronic noises, information imparted from vendor tables, and members of the College community eager to learn about the latest in technology at the First Annual Technology Fair. Fair coordinator Doriann Pieve-Hyland said, “Our First Annual Technology Fair was a success.
Dr. Alejandra Alonso, Associate Professor in the Department of Biology at the College of Staten Island, was recently awarded grants from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Alzheimer’s Association for the study of the causes of Alzheimer’s disease. The grants total approximately $330,000.
There were many accomplishments for CSI President Tomás D. Morales to discuss at this year’s Convocation last week, but the President reminded the nearly 400 people in attendance that none of it would have been possible without the dedication and commitment of the College’s faculty and staff.
The Department of Physical Therapy at CSI received the Related Services Scholarship Program Grant from the New York City Department of Education (DOE) to address the acute shortage of physical therapists in the New York City Schools.
Students enrolled in the Physical Therapy Department at the College of Staten Island/CUNY Graduate Center will apply for the scholarship program.
CSI was awarded a $210,000 grant from the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Research Instrumentation (MRI) program in order to acquire state-of the-art signal generation and detection instruments for an automated, versatile, programmable, experimental platform that will enable cutting-edge research and multidisciplinary engineering training on advanced communication technologies.
The College of Staten Island presents its fifth annual Tunnel of Oppression on Thursday, November 4 in the Campus Center. The Tunnel of Oppression, part of the “I am SI” initiative, is a multi-sensory experience that is free and open to the public.
The City University of New York has launched the CUNY VOTES initiative, a comprehensive, nonpartisan 23-campus campaign to banish voter apathy among college students—and to set a national example aimed at inspiring the general voting population to get to the polls.
Students, faculty, alumni, and staff from throughout the five-borough CUNY community are gearing up to vote on Tuesday, November 2—and to demonstrate their commitment visibly by wearing their college colors to the polls.
The College of Staten Island (CSI) participated in a joint press conference with Congressman Michael McMahon (NY-13) this week at the College’s 9/11 Memorial to publicly call for an end to the Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH) discrepancy between Staten Island and the other four boroughs of New York City.
The Staten Island branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) honored CSI’s Charles C. Thomas, Associate Professor of Performing and Creative Arts, at its 23rd Annual William A. Morris Humanitarian Awards at its Freedom Fund Luncheon recently at LiGreci’s Staaten.
The College of Staten Island will host its second annual scholarship gala, the “CSI Celestial Ball: Reaching for the Stars,” on Saturday, December 4, 2010 at the Richmond County Country Club. The reception begins at 6:30pm. This year’s honorees are Salvatore J.
Pink was the dominant color on CSI’s Great Lawn on Saturday, October 2 as 10,000 people excitedly flocked to the College of Staten Island to participate in CSI’s Third Annual Greener Fall Festival.
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The festival ran from 11:00am to 4:00pm and admission was free, although donations of $5 per person or $10 per family were suggested.