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  • Pre-med Alum and Mentor Come Full Circle as Doctor and Patient

    March 10, 2015 | York College

    From left to right: York College professor, Jack Schlein, PhD and his former mentee, Daniel Brietstein, MD   In his 20-plus year medical career Dr. Daniel Brietstein, a pain management specialist in Lake Success, Long Island, must certainly have treated a few people from York College. But there is something special about one particular patient […]

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  • The Queens Courier: York College has lowest student debt in the country: study

    January 23, 2015 | York College

      By: Eric Jankiewicz York College has a way of keeping money in their students’ pockets. The college, which is part of City University of New York, has the lowest student debt average in America. A study by The Institute for College Access & Success in 2013 found that the four-year college had an average student debt […]

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  • Executive Leadership Breakfast

    November 6, 2014 | York College

    President Marcia V. Keizs Cordially invites you to the Executive Leadership Breakfast Featuring Mr. Errol Louis Hos of Inside City Hall NY 1 news ” Post Election Analysis and Implications for 2015″ Friday, November 7, 2014 8:00-9:30am York College Faculty Dining Room, AC-2DO1 94-20 Guy R. Brewer Blvd, Jamaica NY 11451 RSVP: WWW. YORKCOLLEGE/BREAKFAST OR […]

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  • President’s Executive Leadership Breakfast

    October 31, 2014 | York College

    President Marcia V. Keizs Cordially invites you to the Executive Leadership Breakfast

    “Post Election Analysis and Implications for 2015”
    Featuring Guest Speaker:
    Mr. Errol Louis Host of Inside City Hall, NY 1 News

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  • York College’s Youth Musician Summer Jazz Institute featured in NY1

    August 4, 2014 | York College

    NY1 interviewed participants in York College’s free Summer Jazz Institute for young musicians on-campus in Jamaica, Queens. The program offers college credits to New York City high school students who successfully complete the program.

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  • Bring Your Kids to a Flight Simulator and Planetarium at Free NASA Camp

    July 17, 2014 | York College

    QUEENS — The final frontier is coming a little closer to home. This summer, kids can learn all about planets, participate in flight simulations and study 3-D printing, during a free NASA-designed program offered at York College in Jamaica. The hands-on classes are part of the Science, Engineering, Mathematics and Aerospace Academy Program (SEMAA), and […]

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  • SEEMA PROGRAM AT YORK

    July 14, 2014 | York College

    York College’s Science Engineering Mathematics Aerospace Academy (SEMAA) was recently featured on NY1 News. SEMAA is a free and exciting STEM program for school children from first grade through sixth grade in the summer. The week-long class is still registering students for the week of July 21 through 25. The fall 2014 program will then […]

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  • York College’s Science Engineering Mathematics Aerospace Academy featured on NY1 News

    July 14, 2014 | York College

    York College’s Science Engineering Mathematics Aerospace Academy (SEMAA) was recently featured on NY1 News. SEMAA is a free and exciting STEM program for school children from first grade through sixth grade in the summer. The week-long class is still registering students for the week of July 21 through 25.

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  • New York Courts Cut Time Between Arrest and Arraignment

    March 21, 2014 | York College

    New York Courts Cut Time Between Arrest and Arraignment By JAMES C. McKINLEY Jr.MARCH 19, 2014 For two decades, court officials in New York City have struggled to solve a vexing problem: reducing the arrest-to-arraignment time in its criminal courts. People arrested in the city would typically spend a full day and night behind bars […]

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  • York College is Finding Ways to Lure Businesses to its Jamaica Campus

    February 28, 2014 | York College

    York College wants businesses to set up shop on its Jamaica campus, and thinks it has figured out a way to do it. The CUNY school has applied to enroll in Start-Up New York, a state-sponsored program that offers tax breaks to new companies, technology firms and out-of-state businesses that partner with colleges in poorer communities.

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