The Kupferberg Center for the Arts’ 2016-17 season continues through May at Queens College.
Building on the success of its “Social Practice Queens” Master of Fine Arts program, a unique collaboration with the Queens Museum, Queens College will now offer an advanced, post-master’s certificate in Critical Social Practice for students who want to use their art to improve the world.
The annual Virginia Frese Palmer conference, celebrating Women’s History Month, will examine Women and Policing: Injustices of Improper Policing and Women in Law Enforcement Working to Improve the System.
Queens College is the recipient of a major collection of 85 brilliantly hued and patterned Coptic textiles from Egypt, most dating from the third to the seventh centuries CE.
Once again, Queens College has been named a Top Producer of U.S. Fulbright Students.
Business Forum Breakfast Friday, March 10, 8 – 10 am WHAT: Presentation by Dennis Walcott, president and CEO of the Queens Library, on “Preparing Today’s Workforce for a Successful Future: The Role of the Queens Library,” with an audience Q&A session to follow. Breakfast will be served Free and open to the public, but seating […]
Queens College bid farewell to three members of its outstanding women’s basketball team in a historic game on Wednesday, February 15.
Audiences will be able to enjoy Johann Strauss’s comic masterpiece Die Fledermaus—about a man’s belated retribution for his friend’s practical joke—in English at Queens College from February 23 through 26.
— Free lunchtime event at Colden Auditorium features outstanding teen performers from Beijing — QUEENS, NY, February 2, 2017—Queens College will celebrate the Chinese New Year in a program showcasing the Art Troupe of Students from the High School Affiliated to Renmin University of China. Based in Beijing, the troupe is now making its 11th […]
A series of free speaking events, film screenings, artistic performances and more on the theme of Sankofa: Celebrating the Past, Building a Boundless Future is planned in celebration of Black History Month at Queens College this February.
On the occasion of its 60th anniversary—and the 101st anniversary of Dada—the Godwin-Ternbach Museum at Queens College is presenting Chance Encounters: Cubism, Dada and Surrealism, a survey of works from the museum’s collection by 23 major artists.
Queens College has just been ranked in the top 1% of colleges identified as helping to move students from poverty to prosperity.
FLUSHING, NY, January 13, 2017 – The Queens College Choral Society is seeking new members for its Spring 2017 season, which will feature Joseph Haydn’s magnificent oratorio, The Creation, a delightful musical portrayal of the Book of Genesis. Dramatic, exhilarating, and at times quite humorous, it is a wonderful, uplifting masterwork. Auditions for new members […]
— Distinguished NY1 Anchor Cheryl Wills Will Offer Keynote Address; The Revered Floyd H. Flake Named as This Year’s Honoree — Flushing, NY, January 10, 2017— The third annual Queens College Martin Luther King, Jr. Day commemoration on Sunday, January 15, will mark the return of Dance Theatre of Harlem to the Colden Auditorium stage. […]
When Rabbi Moshe Shur was in college, he joined other student volunteers in a 1965 and 1966 summer initiative to register disenfranchised voters in six Southern states.
A New York State grant for $1.6 million will help address the goals of President Obama’s My Brother’s Keeper initiative by funding a new collaboration between Queens College and the Queens South Field Support Center.
A steering committee formed by Kupferberg Center for the Arts at Queens College representing organizations from throughout the borough of Queens announced today that the Reverend Dr. Floyd H. Flake, senior pastor of the Greater Allen A.M.E. Cathedral of New York, will be the official honoree for the college’s third annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day commemoration, which will take place Sunday, January 15, 2017.
Our Business Forum Breakfast series continues on Friday, December 2, with a presentation on “What Makes New York City Great?” by Kathryn Wylde, President and CEO of Partnership for New York City, from 8 to 10 am, on the fourth floor of the Student Union.
— Their Report Analyzes the Severe Economic Impact of Deporting Immigrants — FLUSHING, NY, November 1, 2016 – If the United States were to adopt an immigration policy of removing the estimated seven million unauthorized immigrants who are currently working, it would cost the federal government nearly $900 billion in lost revenue over 10 years. […]
This year’s Queens College Kristallnacht commemoration will explore The Holocaust in American Film in a keynote address by Dr. Annette Insdorf, award-winning author and educator, and the daughter of Holocaust survivors, on Sunday, November 6, from 3 to 5 pm in the Goldstein Theatre