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.
Prof. Penny Prince of the Lehman College Music Department is looking for singers, actors, set designers and a crew for her upcoming musical production of Rumpelstiltskin ’13.
This spring, Irish singer Mary McPartlan will teach a course at Lehman College on Irish traditional women singers and songs since the 1950s as part of a Fulbright scholarship.
Community members may join either chorus. There is no course fee required to participate unless college credit is desired.
A new study conducted by researchers at Lehman College, and recently published in the American Heart Association’s journal Hypertension, shows conclusively that overfeeding causes increases in sympathetic nerve activity (SNA)—part of the fight or flight reflex—which can lead to the development of high blood pressure.
Throughout his professional life Miguel Pérez has had a singular passion: to inform Americans about this nation’s hidden Hispanic heritage. Recently, Pérez, the Chair of Lehman College’s Journalism, Communications and Theatre Department and an award-winning journalist, columnist and TV analyst, has launched a new bilingual website devoted to rediscovering and uncovering the Hispanic roots of the United States.
Lehman students Krystal Perez and Imani DuBois are recipients of this year’s Latino Trendsetter Scholarship, given to students who have demonstrated strong leadership skills at work and in class.
Dr. Alyshia Gálvez of Lehman College’s Dept. of Latin American, Latino and Puerto Rican Studies has won the Association for Latina and Latino Anthropology 2012 Book Award for her book on the prenatal care of Mexican immigrant women.