Share This



Myriam Sarachik

Myriam Sarachik awarded the 2020 APS Medal for Exceptional Achievement in Research

Myriam Sarachik, distinguished professor in the Division of Science at The City College of New York, is the recipient of the 2020 American Physical Society Medal for Exceptional Achievement in Research. The medal is the society’s largest prize, recognizing the achievements of researchers from across all fields of physics. Read More »
Tatyana Kleyn is the recipient of the Gladys Correa Memorial Award.

Tatyana Kleyn is Gladys Correa Memorial Award recipient for expertise in bilingual education

Tatyana Kleyn, associate professor and director of the Programs in Bilingual Education and TESOL at The City College of New York’s School of Education, is the 2019 recipient of the Gladys Correa Memorial Award from the New York State Association for Bilingual Education. Kleyn received this award for her growth and expertise as a bilingual educator. Read More »
Mitchell Schaffler 2019 ASBMR Fellow

National society bestows fellowship on CCNY biomed engineering expert Mitchell Schaffler

Mitchell B.  Schaffler, the Wallace H. Coulter and CUNY Distinguished Professor of Biomedical Engineering at The City College of New York, is now a Fellow of the American Society for Bone and Mineral Research (ASBMR). The honor recognizes long-term ASBMR members who have made outstanding contributions to the field of bone and mineral science. Fellows are nominated by their peers, followed by evaluation and selection by a review committee. Read More »
Jeffrey Morris_2019_Corrsin Award_Winner

CCNY’s Jeffrey Morris wins American Physical Society award

Jeffrey Morris, director of the Benjamin Levich Institute for Physico-Chemical Hydrodynamics at The City College of New York, is the recipient of the American Physical Society’s 2019 Stanley Corrsin Award. The prize recognizes a recent achievement of especially high impact and significance, a particular discovery, or an innovation in the field. Read More »
Front exterior view Big Ideas for Small Lots NYC Copyright Michael Sorkin Studio

CCNY's Michael Sorkin is finalist in NYC innovative affordable housing competition

Hiding in plain sight in New York City are nearly two dozen potential solutions to the city's affordable housing shortage. Read More »
Andrea Weiss named Stuart Z. Katz Professor in the Humanities and the Arts

Andrea Weiss named Stuart Z. Katz Professor in the Humanities and the Arts

Media and Communication Arts professor Andrea Weiss has been named the 2019-20 Stuart Z. Katz Professor in the Humanities and the Arts, Dean Erec Koch announced in May. Read More »
Faculty Publications_June_2019

New titles by CCNY authors include “Like This Afternoon” and “Tehran Children”

“Like This Afternoon,” award-winning author Jaime Manrique’s critically acclaimed sixth novel, is one of the new publications by City College of New York faculty and staff. “Another excellent novel by a master storyteller,” NBC News hails the 224-page book that was inspired by true events in Manrique’s native Colombia. Read More »
Patricia Broderick

CCNY inventor Patricia Broderick is host of Eazysense radio show

Patricia A. Broderick, inventor, researcher and medical professor in the CUNY School of Medicine at The City College of New York, is the host of a new series of radio shows about the brain titled “Eazysense” on Bold Brave Media Tune in Radio Talk Show. Broderick will discuss topics on sensing the brain, which covers how the brain works and diseases that can develop. Read More »
Cinema and Sanctuary

City College presents world premiere of "Cinema and Sanctuary" in 'Year of Film' climax, June 20

One of the best kept secrets in the history of film is the fact that The City College of New York (CCNY) is the birthplace of the first documentary film school in the United States. As early as 1934, student members of the aptly named Film and Sprockets Society were rolling out motion pictures at CCNY. However, it was in 1941, with the arrival of pioneering Dadaist and filmmaker Hans Richter that the Institute of Film Techniques, CCNY’s first formal filmmaking program founded by Irving Jacoby, became a film school. Read More »
Nicole Sealey

Visiting poet Nicole Sealey wins Rome Prize for Literature

City College visiting poet Nicole Sealey has been awarded the Rome Prize for Literature by the American Academy in Rome, which seeks to support advanced independent work and research in the arts and humanities. Sealey, the 2018-2019 Doris Lippman Visiting Poet at CCNY, will receive a stipend, workspace, and room and board for a period of five to eleven months at the Academy’s eleven-acre campus in Rome. The Rome Prizes were awarded to thirty American and six Italian artists and scholars on April 9 at Cooper Union in New York. Read More »


Subscribe to The City College of New York