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Salzburg spring touches Colin Powell School junior Ranin Ali

There was a time when springtime was associated with revolutions abroad, particularly in the political sphere. For Ranin M. Ali, a junior in the Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership at The City College of New York, the impact seems personal after her own spring experience in Salzburg, Austria, with a Dutch Holocaust survivor and contemporary of Anne Frank. Read More »
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Fulbright awards for Colin Powell School’s Claire Lynch, Etienne Forbes

Claire Lynch and Etienne Forbes, cohorts in The City College of New York’s Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership, are headed to Europe this fall on Fulbright awards. The two graduating seniors join a select group of 2018-2019 winners nationally in the Fulbright U.S. Student Program. Read More »
Amelia Smyth 2018 Watson Fellow

Colin Powell School double major Amelia Smyth wins Watson fellowship

Amelia J. Smyth, a sophomore in The City College of New York’s Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership, is a 2018 Jeannette K. Watson Fellowship winner. Created in 1999, the program provides outstanding undergraduates from 12 New York City colleges with three years of personal, professional and cultural immersions in the United States and abroad. It is supported by the Thomas J. Watson Foundation. Read More »
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Another accolade for CCNY’s Model UN team

Representing Norway in an unprecedented 10 simulated UN committees, The City College of New York’s 12-member delegation earned an Honorable Mention at the 2018 National Model United Nations (NMUN) Conference in Manhattan. More than 5,000 university students from some 215 schools around the world participated in the competition, discussing current global issues in a real world context. 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 »
Martina Delle Donna lead author of paper on barriers for male victims of sexual assault

Timely CCNY research on barriers for male victims of sexual violence

As the #metoo conversation continues, another group of victims is being recognized: men. A recently published paper in the American Journal of Men’s Health shows that some men who have experienced sexual violence are hesitant to speak out or seek help. Read More »
Deidre Anglin PhD

Maintaining mental health and wellness: how to know when you need help

Life can be very stressful. How do you know when seeing a psychologist could help?  Read More »
Ariel Miara, doctoral candidate and research associate at the Environmental Sciences Initiative

CCNY study reveals power supply might not be as vulnerable to climate change as we thought

Here’s a bit of surprising news. A closer look at how climate change could impact our power supply shows that America’s infrastructure might be more adaptable than scientists anticipated. Read More »
City College screens Ferguson documentary

CCNY’s Documentary Forum screens film about Ferguson uprising

The Documentary Forum, at The City College of New York Center for Film, Journalism and Interactive Media, presents a screening of "Whose Streets?", a documentary about the Ferguson uprising, on Nov. 1 from 6:30-9:30 p.m. in Shepard Hall, Room 291. Filmmaker Sabaah Folayan, activist and storyteller, will be present for a Q&A.  Read More »
Novel MAS model linked emotion regulation

CCNY psychologists develop new model that links emotions and mental health

For decades psychologists have studied how people regulate emotions using a multitude of ways to conceptualize and assess emotion regulation. Now a recent study published this week in the journal PLOS ONE by Elliot Jurist and David M. Greenberg of The City College of New York, shows how a new assessment model can give clinicians an exciting new way to think about clinical diagnoses including anxiety, mood, and developmental disorders.     Read More »

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