Professor Anthony Cioffi, chair of City Tech’s Department of Construction Management & Civil Engineering Technology, is the 2014 recipient of the Thomas C. Kavanagh Service Award, which is presented by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Metropolitan Section. This award recognizes a civil engineer who has rendered exceptional service and dedication to the profession. […]
Hospitality Management Professor Lynda Dias was one of a number of professionals recently quoted in a Wallethub.com study on the 100 best summer domestic honeymoon destinations for newlyweds. The study was based on 13 key metrics which collectively speak to the affordability, weather conditions, romanticism and activities that each location brings to the table. To […]
City Tech honored corporate and other “partners” at the 2014 Best of New York Award Dinner on Wednesday, May 14 at the New York Hilton Midtown. The evening began with a Guest of Honor Reception, followed by dinner and the award presentations. City Tech graduate Michael Lomonaco ’84, celebrity chef and managing partner, Porter House […]
On May 1st, City Tech and Canon USA held an anti-counterfeiting event at the College that focused on the manufacturing, sales and proliferation of counterfeit products and how counterfeiting continues to impact both businesses and society. Engineering students made presentations and Canon set-up a display of counterfeit products, which showed how difficult it is to […]
On April 25, one of the first sunny days of spring, 16 City Tech students gathered in the Physics Department to compete in an all-day physics competition sponsored by the Center for Theoretical Physics and organized by professors Roman Kezerashvili, chair of the physics department; Ilya Grigorenko; German Kolmakov; Darya Krym; and Justin Vazquez-Poritz. Early […]
City Tech’s Department of Hospitality Management, the Restaurant Opportunities Center of New York (ROC-NY) and the Brooklyn Food Coalition sponsored the “Justice and Sustainability in Restaurants” panel discussion on April 28 at the College as part of the first-ever NYC High Road Restaurant Week. Panelists included Catherine May Saillard, owner of Ici, farm-to-table restaurant; Colt […]
City Tech’s National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Fellows hosted the “End of Life Matters: Cultural Competence and Dying” forum on April 24 with guest speakers professor Charlton McIlwain, New York University, and award-winning photographer Shannon Taggart. McIlwain, author of Death in Black and White: Death, Ritual and Family Ecology and an expert in the […]
On Thursday, May 15, 2014, President Russell K. Hotzler will honor distinguished employees at the 2014 Service Awards Reception to be held at St. James Cathedral Pavilion, 240 Jay Street (north of Tillary), Downtown Brooklyn. Congratulations to all recipients for their dedication and service to the College. 7 YEARS OF SERVICE Mariano Alemany, Higher Education […]
New York City College of Technology (City Tech) will salute corporate and other “partners” at the 2014 Best of New York Award Dinner on Wednesday, May 14, in the Trianon Ballroom at the New York Hilton Midtown, Avenue of the Americans at 53rd Street in Manhattan. The evening will begin with a Guest of Honor […]
On March 27, 2014, City Tech hosted a reception for Jewish Foundation for Education of Women (JFEW) Scholars. This annual event is a celebration of the achievements of student participants in the JFEW Scholars Program and an expression of the College’s appreciation for JFEW’s generous support.
New York City College of Technology second-semester freshman Joell Gomez is exceptionally polite and highly attentive – qualities nurtured by a loving mother who came to America from the Dominican Republic before Joell was born and taught her children well. While it’s also fair to say that Joell is on the quiet side, he firmly […]
Major players in Brooklyn waterfront development, academics and policy-makers turned out for a conference sponsored by City Tech’s Brooklyn Waterfront Research Center (BWRC) and City College’s University Transportation Research Center on March 21 at Brooklyn Borough Hall. “Has the Brooklyn Waterfront Gone Global—Again?” focused on the waterfront’s rich history and, in particular, the ways the […]
Jacinth Hanson, interim executive director of the SUNY Brooklyn Educational Opportunity Center, which is administered by City Tech, was honored by Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams on March 18 at Borough Hall as part of his office’s Women’s History Month celebration. Hanson was honored along with more than 20 other women who have made significant […]
City Tech alumnus Matthew MacCartney ’94 recently received the 2014 Food & Wine “People’s Best New Chef in New England” award for his work at Jamestown Fish restaurant. The People’s Best New Chef program, an annual contest now in its fourth year, honors talented up-and-coming innovators who have run their own kitchens for fewer than […]
City Tech Advertising Design & Graphic Arts students Elena Prokhortseva and Shayne Alexander participated on a team that won first place in The One Club’s Creative Boot Camp competition, held at Macaulay Honors College-CUNY from January 21-24, 2014. For the past four years, City Tech students have been on the first place teams. The camp, […]
Three City Tech students from the Electrical and Telecommunications Engineering Technology Department (ETET), Vanassa Mejia, Amreen Akbar and Richard Cazales, presented at the 11th Annual NSPE (National Society of Professional Engineers) Engineering Expo in White Plains, New York, on March 30. Engineers are always looking for a way to achieve maximum efficiency in their projects […]
Four City Tech students received prizes in the Making Work Visible Labor Arts Contest: Malessa Henry, Owen Muller, Sadeysa Gonzalez and Tenzin Sherpa. Open to CUNY undergraduates, the contest offers cash prizes in four categories: poetry, essay, fiction/non-fiction narratives and art. Malessa Henry placed second ($500) in the Fiction/Non-Fiction category with “Exhausted,” Owen Muller placed […]
The Health and Human Services Department at City Tech, in conjunction with the African American Studies Department, held its first Victoria Earle Matthews Project lecture on how gender, race/ethnicity, sexual orientation, and class intersect to impact health and human services on April 3. Dr. Alma Carten, professor and social worker from New York University, placed […]
City Tech Professor of English Jane Mushabac has given eight readings of her fictional works on CUNY campuses during the sporing 2014 semester.
On February 29, 2014, at the annual business meeting of the National Federation of Opticianry Schools (NFOS) in Dallas, Texas, New York City College of Technology Professors Robert J. Russo and Kimberly Strickler were elected president and vice president, respectively.