The Weissman School of Arts and Sciences at Baruch College welcomes Brenda Shaughnessy as the Sidney Harman Writer-in-Residence for the 2014 spring semester.
In a season that many would say was the finest ever at the College of Staten Island, the men’s basketball program ended it in style, scoring a come-from-behind, 74-71, win over Kean University at the Sports & Recreation Center, clinching the 2014 ECAC Metro NY/NJ Postseason Basketball Championship.
For the second time in as many years, a City College of New York psychology professor has received the American Psychological Association (APA) Division 39 Scholarship and Research Award. This year’s recipient is Professor Elliot L. Jurist. His colleague, Dr. Paul Wachtel, won in 2013. This is the first time that professors from the same institution have been given the award in consecutive years.
John Jay College President Jeremy Travis and policing expert Alex Vitale to survey the prospects and challenges of police reform
A key element of Mayor DeBlasio’s election campaign was his pledge to change the way NYPD procedures and policies have compromised the department’s relationship with the community it serves. What changes have we seen, and what are the challenges to reform in New York City?
In the effort to continually foster a campus-wide climate of belonging and diversity, Lehman College kicked off the Diversity Development in Teaching Project on February 28, 2014.
Continuing students Daniel Malvey and Raul Ramirez served as excellent ambassadors for Guttman Community College at a fundraiser for the New York’s Police Athletic League (PAL) on February 26, 2012. Accompanying Dr. Larian Angelo, Vice President for Administration and Finance, and Dr. Kathleen Sullivan Alioto, Consulting Vice President for Development, they met New York City […]
t’s difficult to watch the documentary film, “I Learn America,” without feeling profound admiration for the five resilient high school students whose stories it tells—and without gaining a new appreciation for what it means to be an immigrant teenager in 21st century America.
“Being different is like a part-time job,” says Sandra Staniszewski, currently a BMCC multimedia arts major and one of the five students profiled in the film. “You are half yourself and half the time you try to be someone better for the people to show how you want to be. What I want to be is myself.”
Baruch College’s School of Public Affairs and its Center for Nonprofit Strategy and Management will host its annual Consulting Day for New York City’s Nonprofit Community on Tuesday, March 18.
<img width="150" height="150" src="http://www.journalism.cuny.edu/media/1/files/2014/03/Alexis2crop-150×150.jpg" class="attachment-thumbnail wp-post-image" alt="A Storytelling Tradition Continues" title="A Storytelling Tradition Continues" style="float:right;" />Students in Michael Lysak’s Audio News Writing and Reporting class kept a three-year tradition alive, converging on a venue outside the CUNY J-School for a night of storytelling and fun.
Aspiring writers often endure months – if not years – of receiving rejection letters from editors before a publisher finally says “yes.” However, several recent graduates of The City College of New York’s MFA program in creative writing have achieved some success by getting their first – and sometimes second novels –published lately.
On Tuesday, February 26, Guttman second-year students Richard Davila, Kristine Anne Perez and Adesh Ramcharitar got an insider’s view of the mobile technology field by shadowing Kris Acharya, Director, Mobile Engagement Lead, and other members of the Mobile team at Pfizer Inc., Mobile Center of Excellence, Business Technology. The Guttman students were the first to […]
Professor Jeffrey L. Kirchmeier recently wrote a column for the Jurist on stop and frisk. In it, he argued that public opinion and litigation worked together to protect the constitutional rights of individuals in recent suits regarding New York’s stop and frisk practice. Read the column here Professor Kirchmeier is the author of numerous law […]
Big congratulations are in order for Medgar Evers College (MEC) sophomore Samantha Brathwaite! Samantha was named Most Valuable Performer at the 2013-14 CUNYAC/US Army Track and Field Championships held at the New Balance Track and Field Center, Sunday, March 2nd.
March is Women’s History Month and Medgar Evers College (MEC) is proud to celebrate women and their achievements across the spectrum.