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Project REACH Website Launched
University Assistant Dean Chris Rosa will accept the New York Post Liberty Medal in the Education category at a special ceremony on October 17th. CUNY Senior Vice Chancellor Jay Hershenson nominated Dean Rosa for the award
During September and October, CUNY demonstrated its commitment to the federal government’s directive called “Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals” (DACA) with activities to service and support undocumented youth. CUNY-wide actions included emailing students to advise them of the service and posting information on the University website. Students were encouraged to sign up for help at […]
Student-veteran and CUNY staff member, Ann Little, was glad to be in attendance at the 4th Annual CUNY Office for Veterans’ Affairs Professional Development Conference held at the CUNY Graduate Center on February 10th. There she heard remarks by Frank Sanchez, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, who informed the audience about research underway to examine […]
Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, Frank D. Sanchez, is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Paulette Dalpes to the position of Deputy to Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and Chief of Staff, City University of New York, effective July 1st, 2012.
The eyes have it. Thanks to CUNY student Jessica Carrasquillo who participated in a successful eyeglass drive this spring, with a personal goal to collect 200 pairs of eyeglasses for donation. A student of the CUNY Malave Leadership Academy, and the School of Professional Studies, Carrasquillo is working to support people in need of glasses as part of her curriculum.>>
On March 29, 2012, Cindy Kreisberg, Director of the Student Health Center, accepted the 2012 Bronx Achievement Award on behalf of Lehman College.
Forging connections to students has always been a priority at the Graduate Center’s Wellness Center and Student Health Services. Then about two and a half years ago the school developed the student-held Graduate B fellowship position—a creative way to more effectively promote wellness by having a current student provide information on health and health-related issues.
Andre Doeman was selected to be a NUFP (NASPA Undergraduate Fellowship Program) fellow. His mentor for this fellowship is Dean Paulette Dalpes. Along with developing his leadership skills, the fellowship grants Andre attendance at the national conference and offers him the opportunity to network with students and administrators from across the country.