The San Juan Philharmonic Chorale will celebrate 25 years of performance history with a special concert in Lehman College’s Lovinger Theatre on Saturday, June 2, at 2 p.m.
Nursing student KIl Hyon Hwang left her hometown of Seoul, South Korea, in 2009 when she was accepted into Lehman College’s competitive Korean exchange program.
Lehman College Professor Melvin Fitting will receive the Herbrand Award for his groundbreaking contribution to the field of automated theorem proving.
BRONX, N.Y.— Lehman College Biological Sciences Professor Eleanore Wurtzel has been named as a Fellow in the American Society of Plant Biologists (ASPB) for her work on carotenoid biosynthesis, which aims to eliminate Vitamin A deficiency, a leading cause of blindness and increased mortality among children in the developing world. She is one of five [...]
BRONX, N.Y.—Lehman anthropology major Jennifer Begazo has been awarded a Jeannette K. Watson Fellowship for her academic achievement and commitment to serving her community. The prestigious award provides paid summer internships, mentoring, and enhanced educational opportunities to New York City undergraduates who demonstrate exceptional promise, outstanding leadership skills and commitment to the common good. Begazo, [...]
Genesis — the new student-led Gospel Choir in Lehman College’s Department of Music — will give its premiere concert on Wednesday, May 16, at 6:30 p.m. in the Music Building’s Hearth Room.
Anthony Ovalles was only 24 when he accomplished his dream of opening his own pharmacy.
The Center for Human Rights and Peace Studies at Lehman College will host a conference on Thursday, May 10, on Latino politics and the rights of migrants.
The Music Department at Lehman College will present a musical adaption of Eleanor Cameron’s popular children’s book Wonderful Flight to the Mushroom Planet.
Michael Matos has applied the lessons he learned in waste reduction and energy-saving practices not only at his job but also in his personal life.
Lehman College’s School of Continuing and Professional Studies will hold open houses on May 19 and June 26 for its first summer program for teenagers interested in computer technology.
BRONX, N.Y., The CUNY Mexican Studies Institute — the first center of its kind on the East Coast — will launch at Lehman College on Friday, May 11, with a major public conference of national significance, focusing on the health advantages and disadvantages experienced by this rapidly growing population. The community is invited to attend [...]
Lehman English Professor Sondra Perl recently led seventeen teachers from across the United States on an educational tour of historical sites in Poland and Israel that are related to the Holocaust and important to contemporary Jewish life. The teachers, who represent differing backgrounds and faith traditions, belong to the Holocaust Educators Network, a program at Lehman that is sponsored and supported by the Memorial Library in New York City.
In celebration of the new season, the Lehman College and Community Chorus will present its annual Spring Concert on Sunday, May 6, at 2:30 p.m. in the Lehman Concert Hall.
The Theatre Program at Lehman College will present its spring production of Urinetown: The Musical at the Lovinger Theatre April 25-28.
Nobel Prize winner Sir Harold Kroto, who is the Francis Eppes Professor of Chemistry at Florida State University, will deliver Lehman College’s 32nd annual Sweeny Memorial Lecture on Friday, May 4, at 5:15 p.m. in the Recital Hall of the Music Building. His talk, entitled “Carbon in Nano and Outer Space,” is free and open to the public.
.—“Downtown Express,” a new film by David Grubin about Russian immigrants living in New York City, and featuring music written and produced by Lehman College Distinguished Lecturer Michael Bacon, will open on Friday, April 20, at the QUADcinema, located at 34 West 13th Street in Manhattan.
Lehman College will celebrate Earth Day on Wednesday, April 25, with a special evening dedicated to the life of the late Dr. Wangari Maathai, 2004 Nobel Peace Prize winner and founder of the Green Belt Movement.
There’s something new in the vending machines at Lehman College: healthier snacks and a “traffic light” system for selecting them—green for the healthiest, yellow for those that should be eaten in moderation, and red for the ones highest in fat and calories.
The Department of Music at Lehman College will host the Eleventh Annual Jerome G. Sala Memorial Concerto Competition on Friday, March 23, 2012, from 4 to 7 p.m. in Room 306 of the Music Building.