LaGuardia Community Collegestudents, faculty and staff gathered for a networking event titled “Uncorked: LaGuardia Partners Appreciation Reception” with the College’s business partners.
The event was an opportunity for students to thank representatives from various businesses for their commitment to the College.
Innovative technology uses at LaGuardia Community College are again gaining international recognition as the College shares best practices with Australia’s Deakin University at a meeting held Wednesday, January 14, 2015.
LaGuardia has long been a leader in groundbreaking approaches in the use of electronic portfolios, known as ePortfolios, for assessment, advisement, first year seminar courses and professional development.
LaGuardia Community College Math Society members delivered strong showings in two prestigious math competitions.
LaGuardia’s team finished second overall in the New York State Math Association of Two Year Colleges’ (NYSMATYC) Annual Fall competition and in the American Math Association of Two Year Colleges (AMATYC) Northeast Region First Round competition.
They are teachers, artists, airline pilots, community activists and attorneys; New Yorkers one and all.
They are also Muslim.
On Saturday, February 7 at the Queens Museum, LaGuardia Performing Arts Center (LPAC) and LaGuardia Community College will host an afternoon of artistic activities exploring the city’s Muslim community
Arthur Simms started the year on a roll.
A week before his December 15Th birthday Simms, a sculptor and Director of LaGuardia Community College’s Art Program, learned he had been awarded tenure.
LaGuardia’s Bengal Tiger is a good tiger indeed!
LaGuardia Community College’s production of Rajiv Joseph’s Pulitzer Prize nominated play, “Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo,” beat out more than thirty colleges nationally to claim a spot at the Kennedy Center’s American Collegiate Theatre Festival (KCACTF), Region 1.
Nicolas Nicolaou and Larry Solomon were sworn in on December 2 as new LaGuardia Community College board members.
LaGuardia President Gail O. Mellow welcomed them to the board. “I am excited about the growth of our board,” she said. “Their wealth of experience in our community is essential to our fundraising efforts. I am confident that they will bring creative ideas and new energy to the group.”
The New York Times article discusses Eduardo Vianna’s teaching practices and the obstacles he faces as a professor, as well as the obstacles students face when engaging in a class room setting.
Suresh Sani, President of First Pioneer Properties, Inc., was sworn in as the newly elected chairperson of the LaGuardia Community College Foundation on December 2.
Sani succeeds Paul Higbee, a partner of G.C. Andersen Partners, LLC, who served as the Foundation chair for four years and is now serving as an honorary director.
LaGuardia Community College next month will launch Solar Plus Pro, a professional training program that will help individuals join or advance their career in the booming field of solar energy, a $13.7 billion a year industry.
Applications for the training will be accepted through Dec. 19, 2014.
New York City Council Majority Leader Jimmy Van Bramer and CUNY Interim Vice Chancellor for Facilities Planning, Construction and Management Judith Bergtraum joined LaGuardia Community College President Gail O. Mellow Friday for a ceremonial groundbreaking marking the start of a massive renovation and expansion of the school library.
LaGuardia Red Hawks Center Charles Williams has made school history, becoming the first LaGuardia Community College basketball player to sign an athletic scholarship to attend a four year college.
Today, LaGuardia Community College President Gail O. Mellow will join President Obama, the First Lady, and Vice President Biden along with hundreds of college presidents and other higher education leaders to announce new actions to help more students prepare for and graduate from college.
The White House College Opportunity Day of Action helps to support the President’s commitment to partner with colleges and universities, business leaders, and nonprofits to support students across the country and help our nation reach its goal of leading the world in college attainment.
On Thursday, December 4th LaGuardia Community College President Gail O. Mellow will join President Obama, the First Lady and Vice President Biden at the White House College Opportunity Summit.
LaGuardia Community College has officially launched the College and Career Pathways Institute (CCPI) to provide professional development that helps educators prepare adults and out-of-school youth to get back on track to college and new careers through innovative contextualized and integrated instructional strategies.
Nine LaGuardia Community College students had the opportunity to practice international diplomacy first hand last month as delegates to the National Model United Nations (NMUN) Conference in Washington, DC.
Michael Collins, Liliana Katechis (Head Delegate), Diego Oliveros, Jhon Ortiz, Kennya Pesantez, Sarah Mindana, Kimberly Mota, Beatriz Ramos and Kevin Sarmiento, along with faculty mentor David Styler, attended the three day conference held at the Washington Marriott Wardman Park Hotel.
Five LaGuardia Community College students presented their research projects at the annual Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) 2014 conference in Detroit, MI.
Carl Gordon, Tabitha Rivera, Kevin Rodriguez, Silvia Tirado (LaGCC graduate now at City College of New York), and Nicole Vazquez, with graduate student and College assistant Ahmed Afifi and LaGuardia mentors professors Reginald Eze, John Toland and Yasser Hassebo joined more than 5,000 attendees—mostly undergraduate and graduate school students—from across the United States at the national event, held Nov. 5 – Nov. 9 at Detroit’s Cobo Center.
The New York Times article discusses the wonderful contributions LaGuardia Foundation board member, Marilyn Skony Stamm, and various donors, including Mark C. Healy, have given to LaGuardia for scholarships—aiding in student’s completion of college. Unfortunately, community colleges are underfunded when compared to private institutions, and like LaGuardia, they continue to struggle to raise funds to support their students.
President Gail O. Mellow and LaGuardia Community College administrators last week hosted New York State Education Department, New York State Board of Regents, and local elected officials at a luncheon held in LaGuardia’s NYDesigns center.
Of the four or five food carts located in front of the buildings at LaGuardia Community College (LaGCC) in Queens Long Island City, the line in front of one is exceptionally long. It is the Korean-food food cart “Yogi,” which is operated by President Joo-Ho Kim (43 years old), an ethnic Korean.