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  • Hunter Music Student Selected for Highly Competitive NPR Internship

    July 26, 2006 | Hunter College

    Michael Ehrie, an MA student in musicology at Hunter, was selected out of more than 1,000 applicants to be a summer intern at National Public Radio in Washington, D.C. A privately supported, non-profit membership organization, NPR attracts more than 26 million listeners each week and is in partnership with more than 815 public radio stations […]

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  • Hunter Professor Awarded Prestigious NIMH Award

    July 26, 2006 | Hunter College

    Assistant Professor of Psychology Tracy Dennis has been awarded the prestigious Mentored Research Scientist Development Award from the National Institute of Mental Health. This highly-sought-after honor provides for a five-year grant that will allow Dennis to do intensive research, as well as receive advanced training and mentorship, in the field of child emotion regulation (ER) […]

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  • Village Voice Publishes Special Issue Written by Hunter Students

    July 5, 2006 | Hunter College

    A class of dedicated student reporters at Hunter has carried on the work of legendary journalist and alumnus Jack Newfield (’60) by writing a special edition of his famed “10 Worst Landlords” feature for the Village Voice. The Voice devoted its entire July 5th issue to the unique investigative project – which was supervised by […]

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  • Jacqueline Mondros Named Dean of Hunter College School of Social Work

    June 15, 2006 | Hunter College

    (New York, NY) June 15, 2006 — Hunter College President Jennifer J. Raab today announced that Dr. Jacqueline B. Mondros, a nationally recognized scholar of social work, has been named Dean of the Hunter College School of Social Work. For the past four years Dr. Mondros was the Vice Dean of the School of Social […]

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  • Hunter Student Wins a Fulbright Grant to South Korea

    June 15, 2006 | Hunter College

    Sarah Osewalt, a June 2006 Hunter graduate, has received a Fulbright Grant to teach English in South Korea. While at Hunter, Osewalt was a member of the Thomas Hunter Honors Program and majored in English. Her work in South Korea builds upon her long-standing interest in Asia and Asian culture and her desire to learn […]

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  • Hunter College President Honored By A Better Chance

    May 30, 2006 | Hunter College

    NEW YORK, (May 30, 2006) — A Better Chance, the national resource for identifying, recruiting and developing leaders among academically gifted students of color, will present its Benjamin E. Mays Award to Jennifer J. Raab, president of Hunter College of the City University of New York. The award memorializes the late Dr. Mays, scholar, orator, […]

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  • Car Cell Phone Talkers Less Likely To Buckle Up, Says Hunter College Study

    May 15, 2006 | Hunter College

    NEW YORK — Drivers who talk on hand-held phones — a population of drivers at greater risk for an automobile accident — are less likely to wear seat belts than those who were not talking on a hand-held cell phone, according to a new Hunter College study. According to the study, conducted by Hunter College […]

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  • Senator John Edwards Speaks at Hunter

    May 11, 2006 | Hunter College

    John Edwards — the 2004 Democratic vice presidential candidate — said in a speech at Hunter on May 11th that poverty in America was “the great moral issue of our time.” The former senator from North Carolina was the keynote speaker and special guest at this year’s highly-acclaimed Presidential Public Leadership Program. Edwards spent the […]

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  • Hunter Student Wins Fulbright to Spain

    May 1, 2006 | Hunter College

    Erica Seppala, a graduate student in the Hunter School of Education’s Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) program, has won a Fulbright to teach English in Spain. Seppala will work as a teaching assistant at a Spanish high school or official language school and will also volunteer her services in a Spanish organization […]

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  • Hunter Professor Bellin Named Carnegie Scholar

    April 27, 2006 | Hunter College

    Hunter Political Science Professor Eva Bellin has been named a 2006 Carnegie Scholar, one of 20 scholars chosen by the Carnegie Corporation to study issues relating to Islam and the modern world. Bellin will receive nearly $100,000 to study Islam-centered research themes over the next two years. Bellin is regarded as one of the most […]

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