CCNY Receives $1 Million for Renovations to Aaron Davis Hall
The City College of New York announced today that it has received $1 million in capital funding from the New York City Council for renovations to Aaron Davis Hall. Councilmember Robert Jackson, who secured the funding, presented a check for that amount today to CCNY President Lisa S. Coico at a ceremony held in the facility.Read More »
CCNY STEM Majors Scoop Up Record Five Wins at National Conference
City College of New York science students brought home a record five wins for research poster presentations at the Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students (ABRCMS) last semester in San Jose, California.Read More »
Can Voting, Trusting Others Reduce Traffic Fatalities?
Do you live or drive in a state where people don’t vote, get involved in community organizations or trust their neighbors? If so, your chances of being fatally injured in a highway collision may be 50 percent greater, according to research by Dr. Matthew Nagler, associate professor of economics at The City College of New York.Read More »