Professor Sebastien Buttet and nine students from his Principles of Macroeconomics 201 course participated in the College Fed Challenge sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York on September 18. This “Macro Boot Camp” is the first part of the Fed Challenge, an outreach program run by the Federal Reserve Bank where college students […]
Organizations are increasingly offering employees a variety of work-from-home options despite sometimes conflicting evidence about the effectiveness of telecommuting. A comprehensive new report reveals that telecommuting can boost employee job satisfaction and productivity, but only when it’s carefully implemented with specific individual and organizational factors in mind.
Researchers developed a promising metal-based compound that destroys kidney cancer cells, while leaving normal cells unharmed. The findings may provide a new way of treating kidney cancer, opening the potential for more potent and less toxic therapies that would give cancer patients a better quality of life.
Ph.D. student Agustin Indaco (Economics) has been selected to present the GC’s interactive installation “On Broadway” at NYC Media Lab’s annual summit on Friday, September 25.
Nicholas Freudenberg, Distinguished Professor of Public Health at the CUNY School of Public Health, recently presented a webinar on Moving Public Health Upstream to Reduce Health Inequities. The presentation serves as a training for the Region 2 Public Health Training Center at the Columbia University School of Public Health. Public health professionals working for state […]
The College held its second All-College Faculty-Staff Meeting for this year on September 17. President Scott E. Evenbeck opened the meeting with welcoming remarks and a brief update about the status of the College. He then charged the Middle States Working Groups to begin their work on researching and writing the Self-Study Report. Attendees were then […]
In anticipation of Pope Francis’ arrival in New York City, the LaGuardia and Wagner Archives have released a video highlighting the historic 1979 visit by Pope John Paul II.
Kingsborough Community College (KCC) today announced that the College, as the only City University of New York school, as well as the only New York state community college, this year earned Leader College distinction—a national designation awarded to community colleges that commit to improving student success and closing achievement gaps. KCC has shown how data can inform policy and practice to help community college students achieve their goals, resulting in improved skills, better employability, and economic growth for families, communities, and the nation as a whole.
Almost 500 Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC/CUNY) students donned professional attire and made their way to the BMCC gym for the Fall 2015 Center for Career Development Career Fair on Tuesday, September 22.