Dr. Carla Cappetti, a professor of English at The City College of New York whose specialty is American literature and literary theory, has been awarded a 2013-2014 Fulbright Scholar Award for teaching and research in Italy.
Baruch College’s Department of Journalism and the Writing Professions is proud to announce the launch of the Ratner Distinguished Visiting Business Journalist Program, which will start in Fall 2013 with Fortune Senior Editor Allan Sloan.
Dr. Ayman A.E. El-Mohandes, an internationally recognized leader in the field of public health, has been named Dean of the CUNY School of Public Health, effective September 2, 2013. His appointment was recommended by Chancellor Matthew Goldstein after a national search and was approved unanimously by the Executive Committee of The Board of Trustees on [...]
Alum Lauren Dasse (’12) has been named the executive director of the Florence Immigrant and Refugee Rights Project in Florence, Arizona. Dasse was previously a staff attorney for the organization.
The College of Staten Island honored 485 of its top students at the Sixth Annual Honors Convocation, and featured Christina Terracino, BA, English, as the 2013 CSI Salutatorian. View the CSI Today Photo Gallery>After Vice President for Student Affairs A. Ramona Brown welcomed the honored students and their friends and families, and Honoree Samantha Frank sang the National Anthem, Interim President Dr.
Professor Keith Markus’s new book Frontiers of Test Validity Theory: Measurement, Causation and Meaning, co-written with Denny Borsboom and published by Routledge, challenges the parameters of test validity theory using different approaches to thought and literature to reflect on validity and whether a test is actually measuring exactly what it was designed to measure.
New York State Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman announced last week the members of a committee charged with examining the role that appropriately trained and qualified non-lawyer advocates can play in bridging New York’s justice gap.
In 2010, June Williamson, associate professor of architecture at The City College of New York’s Spitzer School of Architecture, organized and ran a design competition for the Long Island Index, a not-for-profit that conducts research on regional issues. Ideas from that contest, which challenged entrants to creatively retrofit Long Island’s existing downtown areas, provide the foundation for her new book, “Designing Suburban Futures: New Models from Build a Better Burb.”
The CUNY Athletic Conference and Applebee’s are proud to announce the 2013 CUNYAC/Applebee’s Community College Baseball All-Stars.
Senior Naithram Singh, who graduated this spring with a bachelor of arts in criminal justice, was selected for an internship with the International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol) this summer in Washington D.C. INTERPOL is the largest international, politically neutral law enforcement agency in the world comprised of 190 countries.
Rudolph F. Crew, Oregon’s chief education officer and a former New York City schools chancellor, is the third nationally prominent educator whom a CUNY search committee has selected as a finalist for the presidency of Medgar Evers College. Along with two finalists whose names were announced last week, he will meet with key stakeholders on campus this week.
A brilliant, sunny morning matched a joyous atmosphere as the Class of 2013—representing more than 8o nationalities—gathered for Queensborough Community College’s 52nd annual Commencement ceremony on May 31.
Two CUNYAC student-athletes were named Valedictorian for their respective schools
The 2013 ECAC Division III Metro All-Stars were announced and seven CUNYAC student-athletes were honored.
Three Queens College students and political science majors have been awarded summer internships in Washington, DC with members of Congress, thanks to the City University of New York’s Edward T. Rogowsky Internship Program in Government and Public Affairs.