Capitol One Foundation has granted KCC’s Center for Economic and Workforce Development (CEWD) an award of over $149K to create a data-tracking strategy to inform institutional growth and improve student outcomes.
KCC will host a day of lectures, conversations, and workshops titled “Promoting Religious Pluralism and Inclusive Citizenship” on Mon., Nov. 14, 2016 from 10am-3pm.
Col. Terrance C. Holliday, former commissioner of the Mayor’s Office of Veterans Affairs (MOVA), to speak at Kingsborough Community College about “The Importance of Higher Education for Veterans,” on Mon., November 7th with a workshop on access to veterans’ educational services to follow.
Lecture by Curator Karen Lemmey offers a controversial look at Hiram Powers’ renowned GREEK SLAVE.
The Northfield Bank Foundation has awarded Kingsborough Community College (KCC) a $20,000 grant to provide $500 scholarships for 40 students from Staten Island and select areas of Brooklyn who demonstrate financial need and are in good academic standing, allowing them to stay in school and achieve their educational goals.
Four Kingsborough students were selected to attend the launch of the Careers in Entertainment Tour (CIE), an initiative of the Will & Jada Smith Family Foundation to help diversify the entertainment industry.
Former KCC Student and Lecturer, Anthony Andrews, returns to Brooklyn as new director of government & community relations.
Kingsborough Community College president, Farley Herzek, will discuss the value and future of KCC’s continuing education and workforce development as part of the Presidents’ Panel at the Continuing Education Association of New York (CEANY) 2016 Annual Conference, taking place from November 9 through 11 in Suffern NY.
KCC Student Kate Maziarz is the 4th student to be awarded the prestigious Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship over 3 years.
THE WORLD is drowning in plastic. Almost every shred ever created still exists. Some is processed into other products, like polar fleece fabric. Some is recycled by melting, which consumes energy and releases toxic fumes.
Kingsborough student and Scepter editor-in-chief, Michelle Yedin, had the experience of a lifetime when she was chosen as one of 50 students to take part in the White House’s first “College Reporter Day” on April 28, 2016.
Reza Fakhari, Kingsborough Community College Reza Fakhari first became aware of Amnesty International when he was a teenager in Iran in the early 1970s. “Under the shah, a lot of young people were arrested, tortured, forced to make confessions,” he says. “Amnesty International was advocating on their behalf, and I promised myself that one day if […]
A day of free activities around entrepreneurship, includes a motivating keynote from entrepreneur Rahfeal Gordon, a workshop on design thinking, and business pitches by students competing for over $15K in prize money.
Chaumtoli Huq will touch on the intersecting questions of immigration, race, and gender as keynote speaker at this year’s KCC Reads Student Conference.
Keynote speaker Jacqueline Patterson will address how communities, making decisions based on principles of sustainability and human rights and well-being, can live harmony with each other and the earth.
Dr. Tashni-Ann Dubroy, Kingsborough class of 2000 valedictorian and current president of Shaw University in North Carolina, will join more than 3,500 expected graduates and guests at 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday, June 21, 2016 at Kingsborough Community College, where she will deliver the keynote address to the graduating class of 2016 during the college’s 51st […]
Angelina Volkova, a Hunter College student and KCC alumnus, has won a National Science Foundation grant
Kingsborough student Stephanie Hahn, captain of the Kingsborough volleyball team, and 15 other CUNY scholar-athletes representing each college within CUNY’s intercollegiate athletic program will embark on a historic trip to Cuba during spring break as part of the 2016 CUNY Goodwill Tour.
It has been about two weeks since articles in the Algemeiner, Jewish Voice, and Sheepshead Bites were printed that spoke negatively to specific hiring practices at Kingsborough Community College. More specifically, the accusations made claim to anti-Semitic hiring practices at the College. These allegations found their way to several local newspapers, and were published in […]
Kingsborough Community College alumnus D’Jarious Allen (’14), now a theatre arts major at Western Connecticut State University, earned a Distinguished Performance by an Actor in a Musical award at this year’s Region One Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF).