CCNY In the News

July 03, 2023

What Else Streets Can Be: Architects and designers reenvision them without cars

Spitzer School of Architecture's Master of Landscape Architecture program students George McCracken and Nada Gatalo, and faculty member Lindsay Harkema's WIP Collaborative (Work In Progress | Women In Practice) were surveyed by "Vital City," a Journal in residence at Columbia University Law School that offers actionable strategies to build thriving cities, to re-envision car-less streets.
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June 07, 2023

'It Fills My Mind': Fitness for the Brain at a Downtown Place Called Quest

TribecaTrib piece on Quest Lifelong Learning, a CCNY Center for Worker Education program.
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June 05, 2023

Queens backs bilingual version of Mayo-set 'The Long Wet Grass'

Irish Echo report on Queens Arts Fund New Work grant to CCNY educator Seamus Scanlon for a bilingual English/Irish version of his award-winning play “The Long Wet Grass.”
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June 01, 2023

Dr. James de Jongh, actor, playwright, and academic

Amsterdam News contributor Herb Boyd remembers former CCNY English professor and playwright James de Jongh.
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May 22, 2023

Michio Kaku: Silicon Valley Will Become a Rust Belt in Quantum’s Wake

InformationWeek piece on famed CCNY theoretical physcist Michio Kaku warning of generative AI’s limits and how quantum computing might create a landscape of obsolete, desiccated technology in its shadow.
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May 19, 2023

West Harlem Art Fund, City College, And Artist Art Jones Share NY Slave History

Harlem World piece on West Harlem Art Fund, CCNY and artist Art Jones collaboration on digital installation focusing on history of slave trafficking in New York.
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May 17, 2023

Adapting to AI: Navigating Academic Honesty with ChatGPT

HarlemView piece on CCNY students and their thoughts on AI as they use ChatGPT. Quotes CCNY Provost Tony Liss.
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May 01, 2023

5 Creative Approaches to Sustainability

A collaborative effort by CCNY, the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center and NASA now allows anyone to help monitor the eco-health of the Chesapeake Bay, one of the largest estuaries in the world. To join the Chesapeake Water Watch team, no prior scientific knowledge is necessary. Some virtual or in-person training and the free HydroColor smartphone app is all that's needed. CCNY's lauded Earth and Atmospheric Science Professor Maria Tzortziou works on the project.
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April 11, 2023

2023’s Best & Worst States for Children’s Health Care

Prabal K. De, Ph.D., Chair and Professor of Economics in the Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership, shares his expertise on children's health care issues with WalletHub.
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