LaGuardia Community College biology major Marcos Murdumbay placed second at the statewide 23rd Annual CSTEP Conference.
The Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program (CSTEP) is offered in a number of colleges and universities and helps students pursuing professions in mathematics, science, technology and health-related fields gain research experience.
The future is 3D—and now BMCC students will get a head start on working with the 3D technology and aesthetic that is part of the 21st-century workplace. Their entryway will be a new MakerBot 3D printer just donated to the college by Kurt Woetzel, President of BNY Mellon Markets Group and a 2014 Honoree of […]
Hostos student and members of the Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program (CSTEP) Karaby Mitchell won the second-place prize in the “Cell and Molecular Biology” category at the 23rd Annual CSTEP Statewide Student Conference, during the weekend of April 17 at the Sagamore Resort on Lake George, Bolton Landing, NY.
Isamar Garrido-Rodríguez, a Chemical Engineering student at Hostos, won a second-place prize in the 2014 CUNY Nobel Science Challenge. The competition is for CUNY undergraduate students, and it entails writing a 1,000-1,500-word essay about scientific concepts, which must also make the science accessible to the lay person.
“WALLACE,” a biodiversity web application created by a team led by City College of New York biologists Robert P. Anderson and Jamie M. Kass, is one of six finalists selected worldwide by the Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF) in the inaugural Ebbe Nielsen Challenge.
Are you a prospective or transfer student looking for a place to call your academic home? Look no further and apply to Medgar Evers College (MEC) – the higher education gem in the heart of Brooklyn. The Office of Admissions at MEC is commencing Direct Admissions for the upcoming fall semester starting Monday, May 11, 2015 through Friday, August 15, 2015.
Do you know what you’re made of? Dozens of Brooklyn public high school students are getting a hands-on lesson on the “stuff” we’re all made of during the 3rd annual Celebrating the Genome Day at Medgar Evers College (MEC).
Hostos student Carlos Bibiloni was recently named a Newman Civic Fellows Award winner. The Newman Civic Fellows Award honors inspiring college student leaders who are passionate about building better communities.
On April 20, City Tech’s Provost Bonne August presented Dr. Benjamin Heim Shepard, associate professor of Human Services, with the prestigious 2015-2016 Scholar on Campus award. Since its inception in 1983, the Scholar on Campus Program at City Tech has celebrated the artistic, literary, research, scholarly, scientific and other achievements of selected members of faculty […]
The Annual Biology Scholars Day at Kingsborough Community College showcases students’ research, spreads the word about the programs and opportunities that the Department of Biological Sciences has to offer, and provides opportunities for students to meet department faculty. Seventeen students participated in this year’s event with presentations ranging from the very small, such as DNA, […]
City Tech is pleased to announce that on April 16, Hospitality Management Alumna Nelya Khayut ’11 received the prestigious 2015 Walt Disney Legacy Award in Orlando, Florida. The annual award recognizes the exceptional managerial efforts in perpetuating the “dream, create, inspire” philosophy of the Disney company. Khayut started her career with the Walt Disney Company […]
Kevin Gardner, the director of the structural biology initiative of the newly opened Advanced Science Research Center, likes to explain his work to the uninitiated by breaking it down to a few simple but extraordinary pieces of information about how we live on the molecular level.
For the sixth straight year, Hostos Community College has been selected as one of the Top 10 Digital Community Colleges in the nation by the Center for Digital Education.
Syed Haider from The City College of New York’s Class of 2014 has been awarded a 2015 Jonas E. Salk Scholarship for medical school by the City University of New York.
(April 28, 2015, New York, NY) – Four seniors from Macaulay Honors College have received the prestigious CUNY Jonas E. Salk Scholarship. The Salk scholarship identifies students entering the fields of medicine and the biological sciences who are most likely to make an impact on medicine and research. This year’s Salk scholars include Ebrahim Afshinnekoo […]
(April 28, 2015, New York, NY) – The National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program has awarded grants to four alumni of Macaulay Honors College. The NSF program recognizes and supports outstanding graduate students in science, technology, engineering and math who are pursuing research-based graduate degrees. The Macaulay alumni who received NSF awards for their […]
Thanks to a $50,000 grant from The Lucius N. Littauer Foundation, Hostos will continue its successful “Two-Generation Student Retention and Degree Acceleration Program” this summer. Launched in 2014 through a grant from the Aspen Institute’s Ascend Fund, the program helps student-parents accelerate their higher education through one free Hostos summer course and free enrollment for up to two of their school-aged children in the Hostos’ College for Kids Summer Academy. The program also keeps student-parents connected to vital on-campus support services and provides MetroCards to cover transportation costs for their seven-week summer session.
City College students placed first in five fields at the 23rd Annual Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program (CSTEP) conference at The Sagamore on Lake George-in-Bolton Landing, NY, April 19. The College also recorded one second place finish.
The 35th Annual Arthur Sweeny, Jr. Lecture will be delivered this year by 2009 Nobel Laureate Thomas A. Steitz, the Sterling Professor of Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry at Yale University. Prof. Steitz, who will deliver his talk, “From the Structure and Function of the Ribosome to New Antibiotics,” is also an Investigator at the Howard Hughes […]
As the world’s exponentially growing demand for digital data slows the Internet and cell phone communication, City College of New York researchers may have just figured out a new way to increase its speed.