Ngawang Tseten, 18, from India, and Ahmed Shareef, 19, from Iraq, are both prospective CSI students who have a lot more than that in common. The two young men both suffered life changing injuries in tragic accidents and they both love music. Pix 11 today reported on the prom that they will be attending.
CM Finance Inc announced the appointment of Rocco DelGuercio as Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer of the Company, effective June 1, 2016. DelGuercio is a graduate of the College of Staten Island, earning a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts. To read the entire announcement, visit the New York City Biz List Web site.
While some teachers might forbid social media in their classrooms, one professor at The City University of New York (CUNY) embraces the digital tool. Not only does Dr. Giancarlo Lombardi appreciate the use of applications like Twitter, he has made “tweeting” a mandatory activity in his Television Without Borders graduate seminar.
Dr. Gillian Small, the University’s Vice Chancellor for Research during a critical period of expansion of research programs and facilities at CUNY, will become Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs effective August 1, 2016.
Alumina Energy and The City University of New York have finalized an agreement between the two parties that names Alumina Energy as the exclusive licensee for the groundbreaking packed bed thermal energy storage technology (PB-TES) developed by the late Distinguished Professor Dr. Reuel Shinnar, and his co-inventors, Dr. Hitesh Bindra and Dr. Pablo Bueno.
Antonios “Andoni” Mourdoukoutas, a recent NSF Graduate Research Fellowship recipient from the Macaulay Honors College, is The City College of New York’s Class of 2016 Valedictorian. Orubba Almansouri, a Yemeni immigrant and SEEK student, will be the Salutatorian at CCNY’s 170th Commencement Exercises on June 3.
A day of free activities around entrepreneurship, includes a motivating keynote from entrepreneur Rahfeal Gordon, a workshop on design thinking, and business pitches by students competing for over $15K in prize money.
To curb the advance of invasive raccoons on the island nation, City College of New York doctoral student Jamie Kass will work with Japanese scientists to model and track their spread. Kass is the recipient of a National Science Foundation grant to conduct research on this management issue through the East Asia Pacific Studies Institutes.