Baruch College announced today that Abhinaya Swaminathan and Sonja Kostich are this year’s Valedictorian and Salutatorian, respectively. They will join their fellow graduates for the 2015 Commencement Ceremony on June 3, 2015, at the Barclays Center, beginning at 10:00 a.m.
Cole Rosengren was given an award in memory of the journalist Dennis Duggan while the NYCity News Service’s “Stop the Mold” project took home a top prize.
Guttman will be participating with other CUNY colleges on two recently awarded grants. The Teagle Foundation approved a $27,250 one-year grant to Borough of Manhattan Community College, Hostos Community College, and Stella and Charles Guttman Community College for the project “Alignment of Learning Outcomes and Course Sequences for Remedial and Introductory College-Level Quantitative Curricula.” Through […]
New York City will celebrate the creative works of an artistic giant with a retrospective exhibition—taking place simultaneously at six distinguished galleries. Collectively, these institutions will house over five decades of works in five mediums created by the master Otto Neals, curated by Dr. Myrah Brown Green. Medgar Evers College is proud to be among the locations selected to house Mr. Neals’s work.
As we continue to mourn his passing, a man who so fully understood the value of an education, we are humbled to announce the creation of the Dr. Derrick E. Griffith Memorial Scholarship Fund.
The Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture has made the top ten in the number of bachelor’s degrees granted to Hispanics, according to the most recent rankings issued by Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education Magazine.
LaGuardia Community College Environmental Science students and faculty recently spent a Saturday volunteering to clean up Long Island City.
The fourth annual Riverkeeper Sweep, organized by Riverkeeper, an advocacy group dedicated to protecting New York City and the Hudson Valley’s waterways, took place Saturday May 9th at over 100 locations in the region.
LaGuardia Community College’s Theater program is pleased to present the play “Our Lady of 121st Street,” until May 23rd in the College’s Black Box Theater.
The dark comedy originally written by actor and playwright Stephen Adley Guirgis is directed by LaGuardia Community College faculty member Garrett Neergaard. “It’s a play about coming home and facing your past,” said Neergaard. In addition to acting in the play, students also are working behind the scenes as the stage crew, lighting crew and in costume design, among many other roles for the production. Visit the show website to learn more.
City College of New York senior Ivana Lazaroska has a particular interest in the comparative study of religious ideology in southeastern Europe and Turkey from the late 19th century to the present. Thanks to the CCNY-Stanford Summer Research Program, the history/political science double major is about to take her research to another level.
Queens College has set a record for itself this year with seven of its graduates winning highly competitive and prestigious Fulbright awards to study, conduct research or study abroad.
Some 120 students have enrolled in its core master’s in journalism degree program, 20% more than in any of class in its history. And, for the first time, more than half of the students (52%) are persons of color or from other underrepresented minority groups.