Professor is the Only Community College Faculty Member to Receive the Award
Through a generous donation from HealthPlus Amerigroup, the Kingsborough Community College (KCC) Child Development Center will host a series of parent/child cooking workshops that recently launched on campus to help encourage family togetherness, healthy eating, nutrition education, and fun. Research shows that involving kids in meal preparation helps to foster closeness within families, prevents behavior […]
LaGuardia Community College and its neighbor, the Falchi Building, are planning a fond tribute to the community they both call home.
“Long Island City: Past. Present. Future.”, is a photography exhibit of more than 40 images of the once industrial, and now rapidly, changing western Queens neighborhood taken by LaGuardia students which will debut March 26 in the Falchi Building lobby.
A nationally ranked basketball team may not be the first thing that comes to mind when discussing a big city community college. But this year, the BMCC men’s basketball team not only won the 2015 CUNY championship, the team also produced the CUNY player of the year, Freshmen Kenneth Coar. Coach Nolan Adams was […]
Emilio Gonzalez takes part in scientific research as part of the LSAMP program. CIS major Emilio Gonzalez is nervous. He’s about to present a summary of his research project at BMCC, in a weekly meeting of his LSAMP peers across CUNY. In the audience are students from LaGuardia Community College, Hunter College, Brooklyn College, […]
English Professor Jami CarLacio leads her students on a research project for African American Heritage Month To deepen their research into slave narratives—and create a poster presentation for African American Heritage month—Professor Jami Carlacio took her English 350 class on a trip uptown to the New York Public Library’s Schomburg Center for Research in […]
A delegation from Colorado’s Front Range Community College visited LaGuardia Community College last week to learn more about LaGuardia’s ground breaking student advisement and retention initiatives.
Front Range Dean of Instruction Cathy Pellish, Faculty and Instructional Coach Heidi Strang, and Coordinator of Student Activities Nate Wiley spent an afternoon meeting with LaGuardia administrators and faculty members who briefed the group on several programs.
The Bronx Community College Spring 2015 President’s Lecture A free public forum on issues impacting our campus, our community, our world Gould Memorial Library Auditorium Bronx Community College, 2155 University Avenue, Bronx New York 10453 For more information about the event, contact: Sgt. Alexandria Torres Public Safety, 718.289.5100, ext. 3730 or 718.289.5390 Diane Weathers AVP Communications and Marketing, 718.289.5770 Thérèse LeMelle Director, […]
BMCC students learning how to build a winning robot. Sitting on the back of a plain brown table at the back of a BMCC lab sits an 8” x 12” plastic board covered by a cluster of wires. At first glance, the odd looking object looks like a stripped down two wheeled model dune buggy. […]
The Hostos community enjoyed an exhilarating and exciting 2015 Black History Month. Its Afrocentric focus and contemporary relevance made it a dynamic month of events.
LaGuardia Community College today announced that Goldman Sachs Gives will make a $2 million gift, the largest donation in the College’s history, to help students stay in college. Goldman Sachs Gives is also raising an additional $1 million to provide targeted support to America’s community colleges.
The Hostos Community College men’s basketball team is excited to be headed to the NJCAA D-III Tournament after winning Region XV on March 1. The Caimans are now only three wins away from their second national title since 2005.
One current and two former LaGuardia Community College students are now published authors, thanks to LaGuardia Associate Professor Jodi Schwartz and some very hard work.
Brian Miller, Joserichsen Mondesir and Timothy Slater collaborated with Prof. Schwartz on an essay, “Returning to School After Incarceration: Policy, Prisoners, and the Classroom,” which is a chapter in the book, “Swimming Upstream: Black Males in Adult Education,” edited by Schwartz, Dionne Rosser-Mims, Brendaly Drayton and Talmadge C. Guy.
There is an extraordinary moment in “Sydenham, 2015,” the latest YouTube video offering from LaGuardia Community College’s LaGuardia and Wagner Archives.
Former Mayor Ed Koch admits, “I was wrong.”
LaGuardia Community Collegestudents, faculty and staff gathered for a networking event titled “Uncorked: LaGuardia Partners Appreciation Reception” with the College’s business partners.
The event was an opportunity for students to thank representatives from various businesses for their commitment to the College.
Innovative technology uses at LaGuardia Community College are again gaining international recognition as the College shares best practices with Australia’s Deakin University at a meeting held Wednesday, January 14, 2015.
LaGuardia has long been a leader in groundbreaking approaches in the use of electronic portfolios, known as ePortfolios, for assessment, advisement, first year seminar courses and professional development.
Hostos Community College is thrilled to announce that Linda Ridley is one of only 16 professors worldwide to receive a CASE Centre Writing Scholarship for 2015. Ridley, who has been teaching business courses at Hostos since 2012, is also representing just one of three U.S. universities or colleges this year.
Reconstructed original novel took 10 years, contains 290,000 words, is 702 pages, and uses the author’s handwritten manuscript Kingsborough Community College Department of English Prof. Steven Amarnick was recently featured in a Wall Street Journal article about the restoration of Victorian novelist Anthony Trollope’s “The Duke’s Children,” the final volume in a series of Trollope’s […]
Itrat Batool, was featured in I Learn America, a documentary released in 2013 which followed five immigrant teenagers as they learn to adapt to a new life, a new language and a new culture, while learning to adjust to the American education system. Itrat, who came to America from Pakistan in 2002 after her mother’s […]
A January 22 performance art piece at the Borough of Manhattan Community College’s Shirley Fiterman Art Center further solidified the art center gallery’s role as a cultural destination in Lower Manhattan, as well as a place that students can learn the nuts and bolts of New York City’s thriving art industry. The one-time live event, […]