Adding to the impressive array of substantial grants received by College of Staten Island (CSI) faculty are several new and well-deserved federal awards. Professor Christina more »
BUSTED! mixes Kafka with Keaton with a strong dash of The New Jim Crow to create a multimedia work that takes on mass incarceration.
The LGBTQ+Alliance will be a “source of solidarity” for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students on Lehman’s campus.
The two-time Lehman College alumna has a dream: to bring an indie bookstore to her native Bronx.
Renée Hutchins spoke as part of the Herbert H. Lehman Leadership program’s spring seminar series, focusing on the role the average citizen can play in the justice reform movement.
The U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs recently announced the U.S. colleges and universities that produced the most 2016-2017 Fulbright U.S. more »
Now in its second year, the S Jay Levy Fellowship for Future Leaders, a selective year-long professional and career development program, is proving a massive success offering The City College of New York’s brightest real-world job experience through summer internships. At the Summer Internship Opportunities Expo, fellows get to network with elite corporate internship sites to improve employment opportunity upon graduation.
March Madness reached a whole new level when the women’s basketball team won its 25th straight game, after beating Borough of Manhattan Community College, 69-52, in the NJCAA Region XV title game on March 5. The victory earned the women’s team the first regional title in school history.
Chang-Hui Shen, PhD, Professor of Biology at the College of Staten Island (CSI), is the recipient of a three-year North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) more »
Guttman held its second Winter Bridge program February 27 through March 3, welcoming 75 new students who will begin classes in Spring I. Classes were held daily from 8:30 am to 2:30 pm; students also participated in co-curricular activities, and conducted an interview at a non-profit organization on the Bridge theme of the American Dream. […]
The lawsuit challenging discriminatory surveillance of Muslims in New York City, filed by CLEAR, along with partner organizations has resulted in a revised settlement that expands the independence, authority, and responsibilities of a civilian representative who will act as a check against surveillance abuses by the NYPD.
Scholarships can help college students pay for expenses, but they can also expose a person to so much more outside the classroom.
College of Staten Island (CSI) professor Nuria Morgado, PhD, Associate Professor of Spanish was officially welcomed to the American Academy of the Spanish Language (ANLE). more »
It was challenging to utilize the three small offices on the fifth and sixth floors created for private conversations and meetings as no reservation mechanism was in place. Guttman CIO John Stroud came up with a creative solution: He recruited six IT students to develop and implement a new room reservation App for these small […]