“We are pleased with the judicial decision upholding the Pathways initiative to ensure full transfer of earned academic credits by students within the CUNY system.”
The Americas Film Festival New York, June 2 – 5, to honor the rich diversity of cultures, languages and stories of the Americas
The Americas Film Festival New York (TAFFNY), a new festival to showcase feature films, documentaries, shorts and animations that represent the rich diversity of cultures, languages and stories of the Americas, will be held June 2 – 5 at The City College of New York Center for Worker Education, 25 Broadway, Manhattan, and the National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI), at the Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House, One Bowling Green.
Eleven City College advertising and public relations students were selected as finalists for the 2014 Multicultural Advertising Intern Program (MAIP), run by the American Association of Advertising Agencies (4As). The highly competitive program offers selected undergraduate and graduate students a 10-week paid summer internship at a 4A’s member advertising agency.
The City University of New York Board of Trustees has appointed Rein Ulijn, one of Europe’s leading nanochemists, to head the nanoscience initiative at the new CUNY Advanced Science Research Center.
Great news for Medgar Evers College (MEC) students as MEC becomes one of the latest CUNY campuses slated to take part in the CUNY Service Corps.
When Chika Arita arrived in New York from Tokyo recently, among the top items on her agenda was a meeting with Professor Achraf Seyman of BMCC’s Accounting Department.
Arita is a section chief in the Administrative Evaluation Bureau of Japan’s Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, with responsibility for auditing the performance of government entities in terms of efficiency, effectiveness and transparency. “Our role is similar to that of the General Accounting Office in the U.S,” she explains.
The City College of New York marks the start of Women’s History Month with its 2nd Annual Women’s Leadership Summit, Saturday, March 1. Themed “Renaissance Woman,” the conference, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. in the North Academic Center (NAC) Hoffman Student Lounge, facilitates growth and connection among women’s groups and professionals and CUNY students.
Guttman Community College is pleased to celebrate the appointment of Dr. Larian Angelo, Vice President of Administration and Finance and to welcome distinguished staff members Dr. Kathleen Sullivan Alioto, Consulting Vice President of Development, and Dr. Joan M. Lucariello, Interim Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs. Since joining the Senior Staff in March 2012, […]
Public invited to ’Meet the Dean‘ reception, groundbreaking talks, tours and insider’s view during ’A Day with the Colin Powell School at City College’
The Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership is hosting “A Day with the Colin Powell School at City College” event Thursday, February 27. The day will:
Introduce the school’s first permanent dean, Vince Boudreau;
Showcase the remarkable work of the school’s departments and programs, and
Present new initiatives associated with the school’s founding.
In 2012, Dr. Nir Krakauer, an assistant professor of civil engineering in CCNY’s Grove School of Engineering, and his father, Dr. Jesse Krakauer, MD, developed a new method to quantify the risk specifically associated with abdominal obesity.
A follow-up study, published February 20 by the online journal PLoS ONE, supports their contention that the technique, known as A Body Shape Index (ABSI), is a more effective predictor of mortality than Body Mass Index (BMI), the most common measure used to define obesity.
Baruch College’s School of Public Affairs and City & State invite you to its 4th Annual State of Our City forum to discuss transportation, healthcare, and development on Thursday, February 27.
Leading technology scholar Cathy N. Davidson will join the GC’s English Ph.D. program faculty effective July 2014.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: New York, NY – February 24, 2014 – At any given time, an estimated 20.9 million people around the world are victims of human trafficking. Of these, an estimated 4.5 million are trafficked into the sex trade.
First-year Guttman student Austin Ochoa has created and engaged in Second Life since October 2013 as part of an undergraduate, independent research project. Facilitating this work is Instructor Chet Jordan, who prompted Austin to write an ethnography (research designed to explore individuals and cultures) by talking to different people in Second Life and has allowed […]