A Broadway powerhouse of world-renowned black artists will gather to salute the Black Stars of The Great White Way at the Queensborough Performing Arts Center (QPAC) on Sunday, February 17 at 3:00 p.m.
Survivors of the Holocaust, along with husbands, wives, children, and grandchildren, were among the guests at the semi-annual Kupferberg Holocaust Resource Center and Archives Student Internship Ceremony, held on January 3.
Veronica Castillo, who in 2012 finished her first semester as a liberal arts student, recalled her experience as high school freshman, trying out for Row New York. Row New York’s mission is to empower young people to pursue excellence in all facets of their lives.
Queensborough Community College’s acclaimed Freshman Academies has been selected as one of ten Bellwether finalists in program’s Instructional Programs and Services category.
January 10, 2013 (Bayside, NY)— Rob Schneider—an Emmy-nominated actor, veteran of Saturday Night Live (SNL), seasoned movie star and uproarious comedian– has conquered and succeeded in just about every area of the entertainment industry. His famous impersonations, including Elvis Presley, Rick Dees, and Jeff Gillooly, as well as his hilarious observations on current events will [...]
The National Endowment for the Humanities has awarded a $359,659 grant, Bridging Historias through Latino History and Culture to the American Social History Project/Center for Media Learning at The Graduate Center, CUNY in partnership with Queensborough Community College, as part of the NEH Bridging Cultures at Community Colleges Initiative.
Tiffany Ivey, a Queensborough Community College student majoring in Health Related Sciences, was awarded a prestigious scholarship by the NYC Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
Queensborough Community College (QCC) has been selected for participation in a prestigious research study on 21st Century Community Learning Center (CCLC) programs, to be conducted by the U.S. Department of Education.
The Division of Education at the National Endowment for the Humanities has awarded $359,000 to the American Social History Project/Center for Media and Learning (ASHP/CML) at the Graduate Center. The cooperative agreement award from the NEH’s Bridging Cultures and Community Colleges Initiative funds a professional development program aimed at vitalizing learning in Latino/a studies.
Congratulations to three QCC students who were honored at CUNY’s 11th Annual Asian American/Asian Research Institute gala on November 15.
St. Anthony’s Church is an interfaith outreach relief center in Oceanside, Long Island, where 60-percent of homes flooded during Hurricane Sandy.
Three legendary Broadway superstars, whose illustrious careers helped illuminate “The Great White Way,” will recapture the thrill of show-stopping musicals in “Broadway’s Elite in Concert,” at the Queensborough Performing Arts Center on Sunday, November 18 at 3:00 p.m.
Experts have long tussled over the benefits and drawbacks of a fossil fuel-based economy.
Viewing microbial life, learning about fresh water systems and the negative effects of pollution on pond water were among the activities led by Queensborough’s microbiology honors students during the National Estuaries Day at the Festival of Little Neck Bay, held on September 29. Elementary and middle school students with their teachers, children with parents, and [...]
Rabbi David M. Posner, the long-time spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El in Manhattan, received the Community Leadership Award at the Harriet & Kenneth Kupferberg Holocaust Resource Center and Archives on October 16.
Engineering Technology instructor, Jeffrey Schwartz, won second place in the Second Annual Alzheimer’s Foundation of America’s (AFA) National Brain Game Challenge.
The Grainger Tools for Tomorrow® Scholarship Program has recognized—for the fifth year in a row —outstanding scholars in QCC’s Engineering Technology program (ET). The students each receive a $2,000 award and a customized Westward® toolkit, which includes specialized professional tools for the graduating students’ skilled trade area of expertise. Louis Solares, who carries a 3.12 [...]
Tony Orlando— whose first hit single, Candida, was released more than four decades ago— has endured as one of America’s most compelling and endeared entertainers. His timeless songs-which invoke a “feel good” party atmosphere,—will be heard by hundreds of fans at Queensborough’s Performing Arts Center on Sunday, October 14 at 7:00 p.m. “Tony Orlando and [...]
Vibrant paintings and drawings of villages, bullfights and carnivals brings to life Ayamonte, Spain, the historic town where artists Raphael, Florencio and Chencho Aguilera launched their artistic careers.
Queensborough Community College chemistry students presented 28 posters – more than any participating four-year colleges – at the 244th meeting of the National American Chemical Society, held in August in Philadelphia.