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Milestone lecture salutes CCNY alum and iconic developer Samuel Rudin, Class of 1918

A century after Samuel Rudin left The City College of New York to become an iconic real estate builder, owner and philanthropist, his grandson returns to CCNY March 15 to honor his towering legacy. “My Family, Our City, Celebrating the Legacy of Samuel Rudin,” is the title of William (Bill) Rudin’s Samuel Rudin Distinguished Visiting Scholar Lecture 5:30 p.m. Read More »
Angela Chitkara 2018 Holmes Report Sabre Innovation Excellence Award

CCNY public relations diversity study wins Innovation Excellence award

The Public Relations industry has a diversity problem that can sometimes result in very public missteps by well-known brands. Think Pepsi’s Kendall Jenner video. How can PR agencies provide strategic counsel to clients and help create appropriate branding campaigns? By making sure their talent represents the very people being marketed to. Read More »
The Robert E. Marshak Science Building

Division of Science at CCNY receives $5.3M anonymous gift

The City College of New York’s Division of Science announces a new $5.3 million gift for the Program for Graduate Studies in the Sciences and Undergraduate Scholarships in Science and Mathematics. The gift comes from an alumnus of the Division of Science. The generosity of this gift will have a lasting impact, providing students from diverse backgrounds with access to world-class researchers, and in turn, inspiring scientific leaders of tomorrow. Read More »
Lawrence Bank RE-WIND Project

CCNY & international partners explore sustainable reuse of wind turbine blades

With the rapid development of wind energy technology in the past 15 years comes a new conundrum: how to dispose of the non-biodegradable blades in current wind turbines in a sustainable way. The City College of New York and its international partners are on it. Read More »
Black History Month Events 2018

Black History Month 2018 Events at CCNY

This year’s City College of New York Black History Month celebration includes a short film showing, African drumming sessions, live performances, panel discussions as well as an art exhibition. The events are presented by the Department of Student Life and Leadership Development and the Black Studies Program in the Division of Humanities and the Arts. Read More »
Dr. James Croll

Free Blood Pressure Check Feb 7 at CCNY Mini-Medical School

According to the CDC, about one in three Americans have high blood pressure, which puts them at increased risk for heart disease and stroke – the first and third leading causes of death in the USA. Do you know what your blood pressure numbers are? Are they normal, elevated, or hypertensive? If your blood pressure is 130/80 or higher, you’re more likely to have a stroke or heart attack. Less than 120/80 is normal. 120-129/80 is elevated. Read More »
President Barack Obama and David Letterman at CCNY

A surprise visit from a man who needs no introduction

No one in the audience at Aaron Davis Hall knew who the surprise guest would be. They only knew they’d been invited by City College’s Center for the Arts to the taping of the first episode of David Letterman’s Netflix show “My Next Guest Needs No Introduction”. They had no idea they were about to become part of yet another historic event at The City College of New York. Until President Barack Obama strode on stage. Read More »
Students wearing their CCNY apparel

Spring courses make a splash on CCNY’s campus

With the winter winds subsiding, CCNY Beavers are back on campus engaging in new and exciting courses at The City College of New York. As classes begin, the entire campus is rocking their school spirit on Tuesdays for Gear Up, CCNY! There are a variety of courses to choose from. Students can partake in courses that use motion graphics and animation in architecture to entrepreneurship courses focusing on renewable energy. A select list of spring courses follows: Read More »
Raman Spectra

CCNY IUSL scientists study optical biopsy tool that detects disease in seconds

Today, it is standard practice to detect many diseases through MRIs, PETs, X-rays, or CAT scans. But all of these medical imaging methods include some risk of radiation and take hours – if not days – to get results. Most importantly, the level of information they provide is lacking because it is not at the molecular level. Read More »

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