Lehman College’s new Science Hall earned a LEED Platinum certification from the U.S. Green Building Council, the first CUNY building to be awarded the highest green building ranking. More than 18,000 projects have achieved LEED certification worldwide, yet fewer than 1,200 have achieved the highest designation of Platinum.
The New York Immigration Coalition has recognized President Ricardo Fernández for his work – and the ongoing work of Lehman College – in promoting the American Dream. With more than 200 member organizations, the New York Immigration Coalition (NYIC) fosters immigrant community leadership and civic engagement, advocates for better laws and policies at the local, […]
The producers of the video news magazine “Inside Lehman XIII” have captured three new awards—the Hermes Award, a Telly Award, and the Communicator Award—for their most recent series of programs. The show features segments on Stem Cell Research and what medicine may be able to do in the future, Nurse Practitioners and how they provide […]
BRONX, NY—The Lehman College Community Band will give its final performance of the spring season on Sunday, May 19, at 2 p.m. in the Lovinger Theatre. This event is free and open to the public. Titled “Summer’s Coming,” the concert will feature a mix of popular selections for wind band the entire family can enjoy, […]
Lehman College celebrated Earth Day 2013 with a series of activities aimed at promoting ecology on campus and beyond. In this video, students CC McMillian and Troy Thompson (class of 2014) explore the best practices for environmental conservation while discovering yoga and healthy living. Hosted by the Lehman College Sustainability Council, the event seeks to […]
Directed by Prof. Penny Prince, the production features original music by Prof. Prince and a script collaboratively written by the cast.
Guest speakers include New York State Assemblyman Mark Gjonaj of the 80th District in the Bronx; Bronx schoolteacher Lydia Cuomo, a rape and advocate of the “Rape is Rape” Bill in New York State; and Andrew Willis, director of the Stop Abuse Campaign.
The Brass Quintet performance will feature music from the Baroque period to the present.
The program for the conference will include panel discussions, presentations, and workshops on the importance of research, the basics of public speaking, appreciating diversity, and time management for students.
The Lehman College Woodwind Quintet will give a concert, entitled “Divertessement for a Spring Afternoon” on Sunday, April 14, at 2 p.m. in the Music Building’s Recital Hall.
Lehman Community Connect, the College’s experimental community website, was one of the 37 organizations selected last month to partner with NYC BigApps 2013.
Next week, four Lehman College students will fly to Las Vegas to start one of the most unconventional internships in the media industry: Sony’s Student Experience. The four interns will attend the annual NAB show— the National Association of Broadcasters’ media and entertainment convention—and spend a week at the Sony booth where they will get […]
Congressman Charles Rangel of New York’s 13th District will host a business and innovation conference on Thursday, April 4, from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Lehman College’s Lovinger Theatre.
Critically acclaimed violinist Alexander Meshibovsky and pianist Diana Mittler-Battipaglia will perform sonatas by Cesar Franck and Meshibovsky, as well as Ravel’s Tzigane.
Led by Professor Alan Hollander, the band will perform classic works for wind band, including the dramatic “Mars” from Gustav Holst’s The Planets; a tone poem by Haydn Wood inspired by the Isle of Man, entitled Mannin Veen; and Alexander Scriabin’s serene Nocturne.
Lehman College will serve as one of several venues throughout the New York Metropolitan area showcasing films from the 5th Annual ReelAbilities: NY Disabilities Film Festival.
In “Contemporary Cartographies,” now showing at the Lehman College Art Gallery, artists use maps to convey ideas about time, place and memory.
A third edition of Lehman College Professor Margot Mifflin’s book Bodies of Subversion: A Secret History of Women and Tattoo has been released.
The Lehman College Chamber Players will perform works by Schumann, Franck and Franz Mittler on Wednesday, February 13, at 12:30 p.m. in the Music Building’s Recital Hall.
Lehman College Professor of Music Molly Morkoski will lead a chamber ensemble of world-class musicians in a concert on Sunday, January 27, at 2 p.m. in the Music Building’s Recital Hall.