Queensborough Community College dedicated the Senator Frank Padavan Legislative Archives on June 18 in the College’s Kurt R. Schmeller Library.
Current and future caregivers from QCC’s nursing program lit their candles and devoted themselves to the welfare of their patients during Queensborough Community College’s traditional candle lighting ceremony.
Marking the end of one journey and the beginning of another, hundreds of graduates gathered for Queensborough Community College’s 51st annual Commencement ceremony.
A reception was held May 24 in the elegant glass and steel Kupferberg Holocaust Resource Center to recognize Michael Resnick, President of Sinai Chapels, for his selfless dedication in supporting Holocaust Education.
In 1962, there were 93 members of Queensborough Community College’s first graduating class. This year, several will return to celebrate with the Class of 2012 at Queensborough’s 51st Commencement exercises.
Twenty-five students from York College in Omaha, Nebraska, traveled across the country to take a class at Queensborough’s Kupferberg Holocaust Resource Center.
A captivating tapestry of graceful, bold, and beautiful modern dance pieces was presented by students in Queensborough’s Health, Physical Education, and Dance Department.
Queensborough student Oluwadamisi Atanda (Kay) received CUNY’s Student Leader of the Year Award during the 19th Annual Vice Chancellor’s Excellence in Leadership Awards event, held at John Jay College of Criminal Justice on May 11.
Local youths will have the opportunity to intern with neighborhood institutions such as the National Art League and Alley Pond Environmental Center this summer through a Queensborough Community College program.
More than 340 students from Queensborough Community College, Bronx Community College, New York City College of Technology and Kingsborough Community College participated in the 8th Annual Honors Conference, held on May 4 at QCC in the Medical Arts and Science Buildings.
Crowned by the critics as “Modern Day Houdinis,” Kevin and Cindy Spencer will bring drama, spectacle and spine-tingling thrills to audiences when Spencers Theatre of Illusion materializes at Queensborough Community College.
Staying at the the Schloss Leopoldskron, where The Sound of Music was filmed; attending lectures given by world-renowned scholars; and walking throughout the infamous Dachau Concentration Camp—these were just some of the powerful experiences that students had during the recent Salzburg Global Seminar trip to Austria.
Queensborough’s Fed Challenge Team participated in the 2012 Fed Challenge Scrimmage with Gateway Community College of New Haven, CT and North Shore Community College, which hosted the event on April 26 in Danvers, MA.
At its annual Partners for Progress Gala on April 26, Queensborough Community College recognized four people for their distinguished work in supporting the College and inspiring outstanding students.
Dr. Diane B. Call, Interim President of Queensborough Community College, has been inducted into the Queens Courier’s “Women In Business Hall Of Fame.”
Unbeatable charisma, phenomenal talent and timeless glamour-words that describe the ultimate showman, Wayne Newton, who will make his ONLY 2012 New York appearance at Queensborough’s Performing Arts Center (QPAC) on Sunday, April 29 at 3 p.m.
Internationally renowned critic, author and lecturer Rex Reed hosts a star-studded tribute to Ira Gershwin at Queensborough Community College’s Performing Arts Center on Sunday, April 22 at 3:00PM. Mr. Reed’s masterful and often hilarious narration follows Ira from childhood, through his first song-writing projects, the tragic death of his younger brother, George and the creation [...]
Robert Klein, the king of “observational comedy” and Stewie Stone, the “classic Catskill comedic performer,” will engage in a friendly, hilarious jousting of words when The Bronx Meets Brooklyn in Queens! at Queensborough’s Performing Arts Center (QPAC), on Sunday, April 15 at 3:00PM.
As part of a consortium of eight colleges within the City University of New York—six community colleges, New York City College of Technology, and the College of Staten Island—Queensborough will share in a $20 million, multi-year award from the United States Department of Labor for the program “Career PATH,” to build CUNY’s capacity to effectively serve adult learners.
BUNDU – Sowei headpieces of the Sande Society of West Africa is the title of this exceptional exhibition and the scholarly book that accompanies it.