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Winter Session 2015

Picture yourself at City this winter. Explore exciting course offerings for January and advance your path to graduation.

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CCNY Honors Walter Mosley

The best-selling mystery writer and 1991 City College alumnus will receive the 2014 Langston Hughes Medal at CCNY's Langston Hughes Festival, Friday, November 21. 

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Walter Mosley

November at CCNY

Under Proclamation by Governor Cuomo, November is CUNY Month. CCNY celebrates this distinction through tours, lectures, workshops, athletic events, music recitals, and more.

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November is CUNY Month

CCNY's 10th Nobel Laureate

CCNY congratulates alum John O'Keefe who was just awarded the Nobel Prize for helping discover an 'inner GPS' in the brain.

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John O'Keefe
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    "Grover," a car designed by chemical engineering students placed 11th in the 2014 AIChE Chem-e-Car finals in Atlanta.

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    Program Spotlight Lanterns

    Cradle of ancient and exquisite civilizations. Locus of some of the most consequential events of the modern era. Home to some of the fastest growing economies on the planet. The future of Asia will affect us all.

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    Award CCNY campus

    The City College of New York is one of the nation's best institutions for undergraduate education, according to the 2015 Princeton Review list of "Best 379 Colleges".

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    Program Spotlight

    Our portfolio-driven program let’s you research, think, collaborate, create, and feed your curiosity in three interdisciplinary tracks: Management & Planning, Creative and Public Relations.

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    President's Spotlight December 04 Professor Terri Watson

    Professor Terri Watson discusses "No Child Left Behind: A Harlem Tale" in conversation with President Dr. Lisa S. Coico.  Watson will speak about her research on successful principals of urban schools in the local community.

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    CCNY is taking steps to ensure that the campus community is safe and informed about the Ebola virus and other infectious diseases. Learn more about the rare virus.

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