Public meeting of the Board of Trustees, November 26, 2013.
In the CUNYAC/Applebee’s Men’s Soccer Final, #1 Baruch Bearcats was facing off against the CCNY Beavers. Baruch was looking to repeat after their third title last season while CCNY was making their first appearance since 2005. After a golden goal in the 99th minute, Baruch will earn CUNYAC’s coveted Automatic Qualifying bid into the NCAA Tournament. The Bearcats were victorious 1-0 over the Beavers at Brooklyn College in front of the largest crowd in CUNYAC Men’s Soccer Championship history.
Committee on Academic, Policy, Program, and Research
Standing committee meeting of the Board of Trustees, Committee on Facilities, Planning and Management, November 4, 2013.
Standing committee meeting of the Board of Trustees, Committee on Fiscal Affairs, November 4, 2013.
Standing committee meeting of the Board of Trustees, Committee on Faculty, Staff and Administration, November 4, 2013.
Two literary masters, Andre Aciman and Aleksander Hemon, discuss displacement, exile and memory at a Graduate Center event. “It’s so easy to expect that by virtue of being in the U.S. you have to be happy, but the transition is a traumatic experience,” says Hemon, a native of Bosnia, whose novel, “The Lazarus Project,” was […]
With the Bloomberg administration nearing an end, a panel at the Graduate Center reflected on the economic state of the city and its future. “New York has been very lucky to have had the creative economy,” says Jonathan Bowles, executive director of the Center for Urban Future, while acknowledging that as crucial as the arts […]
Not long ago a computer was hardly a necessity, and even if its modern magic was intriguing, it was out of the reach of the average person. “There were many people who thought I was throwing away my career,” says Internet pioneer Robert E. Kahn, when he started out in the field. “In the 1960s, […]
Interim Chancellor William P. Kelly reports on the Invest in CUNY campaign, which has raised $2.5 billion to date, including recent contributions from the McGraw family for a business journalism center at the Graduate School of Journalism and a $25 million gift from Toby and Leon Cooperman to support the library and scholars program at Hunter College. Preliminary enrollment data show 270,000 degree credit students for Fall 2013, and 247,0000 continuing education enrollments. A special Council of Presidents committee, chaired by President Ricardo Fernandez of Lehman College, will review the impact of the higher education plan proposed by President Obama.