Hostos Community College congratulates students Rokia Diabi and Oluwafemi Ligan for being awarded the prestigious 2017 Phi Theta Kappa All New York Academic awards.
The Hostos Writing Across the Curriculum celebrated its 15th year by letting the Hostos family share their voices through writings placed on the walls of the College.
Triple negative breast cancer (TNBC) is one of the most aggressive types of cancer—difficult to detect and combat. But Professor María Contel, an organometallic chemist at the School of Natural and Behavioral Sciences, who has been testing metal compounds to combat cancer for the better part of the last decade, was recently granted a patent […]
Hostos Assistant Professor of English Anne Lovering Rounds has published her first book titled, Variations in an Emergency.
— Theories Covered to Include Extraterrestrial Introduction of Disease, Microbes as the Cause of Dinosaur Extinction, and Global Warming as a Factor in the Increase of Infectious Diseases — WHAT: The first presentation in the college’s Distinguished Speaker Seminar series will feature Queens College alumnus Arturo Casadevall M.D., Ph.D., renowned interdisciplinary researcher in microbiology and […]
Hostos and the Hostos Repertory Company closed out Women’s History Month with a series of performances of the play, “The Most Massive Woman Wins,” from March 29-31.
Math ruled at Hostos on March 21, as the second annual “Mathematics Day” was celebrated with a full-day of lectures, educational workshops and student and faculty awards.
Jack Kent Cooke Scholarship Winner Currently Pursuing Studies at Mount Holyoke College Kingsborough Community College (KCC) and Class of 2016 Chemistry major Kate Maziarz was recently featured in the Beyond Benign International Day of Women and Girls in Science campaign. Beyond Benign is dedicated to providing future and current scientists, educators, and citizens with […]
Developing search algorithms for robotic swarms is the challenge for members of The City College of New York’s Robotics Club in the second annual NASA Swarmathon, April 18-20. The 14 students will compete remotely in the virtual competition against 19 other teams from minority serving universities and community colleges. The actual competition will be at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Titusville, Florida.
The New York City Council and the Students, Faculty, Staff and Alumni of Bronx Community College (BCC) of The City University of New York cordially invite you to join us at a Proclamation Ceremony as the New York City Council honors BCC on the occasion of its 60th Anniversary April 5, 2017 at 1:30pm New […]
Ellianna Schwab, a graduating senior in the Macaulay Honors College at The City College of New York, is the recipient of a 2017 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. The NSF has also awarded the coveted fellowship to Joseph Derosa, a 2015 CCNY alumnus from the Macaulay Honors College.
CUNY’s Macaulay Honors College invites New Yorkers to join The City Nature Challenge 2017. Anyone within the 5 boroughs can help find all of the creatures that call our city home by joining a citizen scientist effort from April 14-18, 2017.
City Tech’s Department of Mechanical Engineering & Industrial Design Technology has recently received STEM research grants from the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), totaling more than $1.3 million in support. Students will work alongside faculty and collaborators on projects to design and fabricate medical devices as well as […]
The Manh Manhattan Educational Opportunity Center (MEOC) will celebrate 50 years providing critical academic and vocational services to underserved residents of Harlem and throughout New York City with an elegant evening of community building and entertainment. The fundraising gala, “Celebrating 50 Years,” will be held Wednesday, May 3 at Harlem’s legendary Alhambra Ballroom, 2116 Adam […]
KCC was the first college-based paramedic program in Brooklyn approved by the State Department of Health Bureau of EMS Kingsborough Community College President Farley Herzek announced that the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP) has accredited Kingsborough Community College’s Emergency Medical Services – Paramedic program effective immediately. The initial accreditation status expires […]
When Brooklyn native Larry Rivera returned to civilian life in 2013, he was uncertain about his future. He had just completed 10 years in the U.S. Army that included three deployments to Afghanistan where he was injured during combat. After a short stint in Florida where he worked as a landscaper at a golf course, […]
The Whitney Biennial is an eagerly awaited survey of the best and most exciting contemporary art. Among the artists this year: Hunter Professor Carrie Moyer, whose work can be viewed on the fifth floor of the new Whitney in the Meatpacking District. New York Times critic Roberta Smith describes Moyer’s “bravura abstracts,” as “among her […]
Studies predict that by 2030, there will be more than 5 million adults living in the United States who are over age 50 and identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender (LGBT.) This population faces specific and significant challenges — social isolation and loneliness, higher risks of economic and physical disparities than their cisgender or […]
Since 2005, Hunter’s pre-law program has provided students with programs and services that enrich their understanding of the legal profession, and help them gain entry to some of the top law schools in the country. On March 8, 2017, the Kaye Playhouse opened its doors to donors, students, faculty members, and other members of the […]
Start spreading the news! CUNY’s Macaulay Honors College invites New Yorkers to help find all of the creatures that call our city home by joining a citizen scientist effort from April 14-18. Anyone who lives in, or visits the 5 boroughs of New York during that time period is asked to photograph and share pictures […]