The mummy of a 15-year-old Inca girl, sacrificed 500 years ago at the 22,000-foot summit of the Llullaillaco volcano in Salta, Argentina, is spilling other secrets.
Vitamin A deficiency, a serious condition that can lead to malnourishment and death, affects 250 million children worldwide.
A popular workout app created by Baruch College alumni is bringing a digital twist to the athletic training of basketball players.
Hortencia Marmanillo spent a few days this summer in a museum, but she didn’t just look at art — she improved her language skills.
The City University of New York is the nation’s leading urban public university.
Jasniya Sanchez came to the United States from Mexico City in 1999, when she was 11 years old. Her mother, a cashier at a fruit store, and her father, who works at a supermarket stocking shelves, always told her that if she studied hard, a world of opportunities would open up.
This issue of Salute to Scholars offers wonderful examples of the University’s multifaceted teaching, research and service efforts aimed at advancing New York City’s well-being. Enhancing the city we serve is the embodiment of the CUNY mission. As our most recent Master Plan notes, among CUNY’s core values is a “dedication to the needs of the University’s urban setting.”