Ellis Rubenstein President and Chief Executive Officer The New York Academy of Sciences Ellis Rubinstein is an innovator and change agent.
In late September, Macaulay student Christine Berrios ’13 (Hunter and freelance production assistant, WNET) and Matthew Chao (freelance associate producer and editor, WNET) approached the Friends of THIRTEEN with an unprecedented project.
Second Evening in the New Writers Series Near Lincoln Center on Manhattan’s Upper West Side
Macaulay Honors College and CUNY students believe that understanding the food justice movement is a matter of taste. Literally.
CUNY FoodFEST 2011 is the second annual food justice event put together by CUNY students.
We Are The Knights will premiere Thursday, September 8 at 8:30pm on THIRTEEN
Macaulay Honors College at CUNY is launching a series of author appearances to be held in the school’s historic building near Lincoln Center in Manhattan.
“My First Opera” segment detailing their experience will air on WNET’s SundayArts, Sunday, July 3rd at 12:00 pm on THIRTEEN.
Former Schools Chancellor Also to Receive an Honorary Doctorate of Human Letters.
Two outstanding pre-medical students from Macaulay Honors College at Queens College are among eight CUNY students who have been awarded Jonas E. Salk Scholarships to study medicine in 2011.
The distinguished fellowship program grooms freshmen and sophomores for professional and personal leadership.
For the first time in the history of Macaulay four students have been selected to receive the prestigious Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship, and another Macaulay student received an honorable mention.
CUFF at Macaulay and The Film Academy at Magic Hour, Tokyo, are honored to present the New York premiere of: Made in Japan – Kora!
“Reimagining Theater” Is Part of Macaulay Honors College’s 10th Anniversary Celebrations in 2011.
Muhammed Javed ’13 of Baruch is one of only forty students from around the country to be selected for a four-day conference on study and service in the public sector.
The National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR), established in 1987, is dedicated to promoting undergraduate research, scholarship, and creative activity in all fields of study by sponsoring an annual conference for students.
On Sunday, November 14, Macaulay Honors College hosted FoodFEST 2010, a daylong event that drew over 150 faculty, students, and friends of CUNY. It was one of the the biggest student-led and -conceived events in the building’s history.
Macaulay Honors College students have organized a day of activities focusing on food justice and hunger, November 14, 2 – 8pm.
Christine Curella, a 2008 graduate of Macaulay Honors College at Hunter College, will represent US youth at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change in Mexico later this year.
Five Macaulay Students Named 2010 Thomas W. Smith Academic Fellows