The Math for Early Childhood Symposium was held, May 9 2013, at the College of Staten Island. It culminated the week long Mathematics Connections Conference, sponsored by the College’s Education Department. The symposium and conference were initiated by Dr. Judit Kerekes chairperson, Department of Education/ Mathematics.
The 43rd Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages (LSRL), sponsored by the College of Staten Island, was recently held for the first time in New York City, at The Graduate Center, The City University of New York. The symposium—the premier international academic conference geared toward linguistics in the Romance languages—was organized by CSI Professor of English Dr.
Staten Island Tech Junior Fatmira (Mia) Curovic won first place at this year’s New York City Science and Engineering Fair (NYCSEF) thanks to the help of her mentor, Dr. Sarah Berger, Associate Professor of Psychology at the College of Staten Island.
The College of Staten Island women’s softball team is back on top, getting past No. 4 seeded Hunter College in a thrilling game to lay claim to their 15th CUNYAC Women’s Softball Postseason Championship earlier this afternoon at the CSI Softball Complex.
The College of Staten Island showcased the rich and diverse talents of its students at the 12th Annual Undergraduate Conference on Research, Scholarship, and Performance, held in the Center for the Arts. View the CSI Today Photo Gallery. With an emphasis on collaboration between students and talented and dedicated faculty mentors, the Conference featured 96 research posters, seven oral presentations, and six panel discussions, as well as performances from 83 Music and Dance students, and works by 33 students of the Visual Arts.
CSI Professor of Cinema Studies Dr. David Gerstner and Associate Professor of Media Culture Dr. Cynthia Chris recently co-edited a book entitled, Media Authorship (Routledge, 2012). The book, compiled from an impressive list of several essays written by experts in the field focuses on the problems that forms of new media have caused with our ideas of authorship and how those ideas have been steadily shifting over the past few years.
The College of Staten Island men’s baseball squad had their longest winning streak in 20 years halted at 12 games, falling to visiting Drew University tonight, 3-1, as part of the 10th Annual Grace Hillery Breast Cancer Awareness Night at the Tomas D.
The College of Staten Island’s Intramural & Recreation Program concluded their spring 2013 3-on-3 Basketball double-elimination tournament yesterday afternoon at the Sports & Recreation Center. The “96 Bulls” as they were named, took home the championship with a stellar performance winning four straight games in the final rounds to pull out the victory.
Monica Sibri and Monica Garay participated in The City University of New York’s 2013 Model New York State Senate Session Project and soon found themselves debating bills on the floor of the New York State Senate chamber in Albany. CUNY’s intensive seminars in the New York State government, leadership, and the legislative process provided the knowledge base necessary for these outstanding College of Staten Island students to vigorously debate the rise in the minimum wage at the 26th Annual Somos El Futuro Spring 2013 Conference, part of the the Legislative Conference of the New York State Assembly/Senate Puerto Rican Hispanic Task Force late last month.
The College of Staten Island welcomed its first-ever Alumni Fellow, Dr. Jerod Loeb ‘71, to campus in a day that capped off with a lecture by Dr. Loeb on the state of healthcare in the U.S. Dr. Loeb is Executive Vice President of The Joint Commission, an independent, not-for-profit organization that accredits and certifies more than 20,000 healthcare organizations and programs in the United States.
Former College of Staten Island President Dr. Tomás D. Morales returned to the CSI campus for a special ceremony to dedicate the campus baseball field as the Tomás D. Morales Baseball Field. Following the ceremony, Morales threw out the first pitch at the CSI Dolphins vs CCNY Beavers baseball game. An avid New York and Staten Island Yankees fan, Dr.
Experience Robert Klein, a legendary comedic icon who has entertained us for more than 40 years in comedy, Broadway, television, and film. Klein is a man of many talents and was the first comedian to star in his own HBO special, with several more following.
On a day when the College of Staten Island would honor former President Tomas D. Morales with the renaming of the baseball field in his honor, the Dolphins ran to their sixth straight win, turning back visiting City College of New York by a 10-3 count.
The bilingual New York-based Latin music group Los Ciegos del Barrio (The Blind Boys from the Hood) will captivate audiences with an invigorating fusion of salsa, bachata, merengue, cumbia, bolero, rock, and much more. Los Ciegos del Barrio, who have been called “powerful, lively, and bold” will perform on Saturday, April 13, 2013 at 8:00pm in the Center for the Arts (CFA) Williamson Theatre.
The College of College of Staten Island Alumni Association presents the Fourth Annual Savor the Flavors tasting event on Sunday, April 7 in the Center for the Arts Atrium. Register online for $30 advance tickets on the Alumni Association Website. Once again, dozens of Staten Island restaurants come together to raise much-needed money for scholarships while showcasing the diverse cuisine that our borough has to offer.
The College of Staten Island will welcome its first-ever Alumni Fellow, Dr. Jerod Loeb ’71, Executive Vice President of The Joint Commission, on Tuesday, April 9, 2013 in the Center for the Arts Williamson Theatre from 2:30pm to 4:00pm. An independent, not-for-profit organization, The Joint Commission accredits and certifies more than 20,000 healthcare organizations and programs in the United States.
Fifteen members of the American Astronomical Society (AAS) traveled to Washington, DC to express the need for sustained and predictable federal funding of research and development (R&D) programs — including NASA, NSF, and the Department of Energy — which are critically important to American economic growth.
With much of the Japanese coast at or below sea level, officials from Japan’s Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport, and Tourism are always seeking new ideas for response and planning regarding natural disasters, to learn new ways to save lives should their country suffer another tsunami such as the one experienced in 2011 that killed more than 15,000 people.
The Center for the Arts Atrium was filled with sharply dressed students holding crisp résumés as they lined up in front of the various tables provided by the several organizations in attendance for the College of Staten Island’s International Career Fair and Panel Discussion.
CSI Interim President and geologist Dr. William J. Fritz has gathered an interdisciplinary group of faculty colleagues together to conduct long-term research on the impact of future superstorms in theNew York area. Dr. Fritz, who serves as the spokesperson for the group, is joined by geologist Dr.