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Art students win Connor Awards

The City College of New York’s Art Department bestows its Therese Ralston McCabe Connor Awards to CUNY students in the fields of studio art, art history and art education. Students receive tuition support, and are recognized for their outstanding achievement in research and projects as part of their coursework. This year’s winners are: Studio Art, Graduate First Place: Sarah Cameron Sunde (DIAP MFA, 2018)Second Place: Zoe Berger (DIAP MFA, 2018)3rd Place, Michael Capobianco (Art MFA, 2018) Read More »

NOAA-CREST graduate students stand out

Two NOAA-CREST graduate students have been cited for their research. Read More »

CCNY wins big at ABRCMS conference

The 15th Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students in Seattle is over with The City College of New York a big winner. Eight students from the Division of Science received awards in the poster presentation category. The winning students and their topics are: Read More »
CCNY ChemE-Car finals team 2015

CCNY student engineers excel at national ChemE-Car finals

The City College of New York’s American Institute of Chemical Engineering chapter is back from the 2015 Annual Student Conference Chem-E-Car Competition® in Salt Lake City with the Spirit of Competition Award. In addition, two members of the City College team, seniors Sneha Gopal and Pavel Shapturenka, both received awards in AIChE’s national poster competition. Read More »

CCNY salutes veterans

Veterans Day, Nov. 11, has always been a solemn day. It took on greater significance on Wednesday morning, when the City College of New York’s Office of Veterans Affairs held its first Veterans Day ceremony in the quad. Read More »
GlobalCUNY student researchers

CCNY welcomes STEM-related conference

For City University of New York students interested in pursuing majors in STEM fields, The City College of New York is the place to be on Friday, Nov. 20 for the GlobalCUNY 2015 Conference. The one-day event is hosted by the NYC Louis Stokes Alliance at City College. It is expected to attract up to 120 participants from CCNY and CUNY-wide. The program in CCNY’s Grove School of Engineering’s Steinman Hall includes: •          A panel discussion on student experiences from 10:20 to 11:20 a.m.; Read More »
CCNY men's soccer team wins 2015 cunyac title

Title winning men’s soccer team shoots for NCAA crown

The City College of New York men’s soccer team’s reward for clinching its first City University of New York Athletic Conference title in 10 years is an NCAA first round knockout game with host SUNY Oneonta at upstate’s Red Dragon Field on Saturday, Nov. 14 at 11 a.m. CCNY (11-7-0) qualified for the NCAA Division III tournament with a 2-1 extra time win over the College of Staten Island in the CUNYAC championship match on Nov. 7. Coach Roberto Ignaccolo said his scholar-athletes relish the challenge against Oneonta, a powerhouse in the SUNY conference. Read More »
2015 CCNY alumni dinner scholarship winners

Fifty-four students receive scholarships at CCNY alumni event

The City College of New York’s annual alumni dinner at the New York Hilton is not only about honoring the institution’s alumni for postgraduate achievements. Every year, City College students, ranging from freshmen to graduates, receive scholarships for academic excellence at the glittering event. This year, 54 students were honored at the Hilton on a night that six distinguished alumni received Townsend Harris medals. Actress Phylicia Rashad, a Howard University alumna, was presented with the John H. Finley Award.  Read More »
Harlemween 2015

CCNY hosts “Harlemween” for Harlem kids

The City College of New York’s Undergraduate Student Government invites children up to the age of 12 from the community to its “Harlemween” party on Friday, October 30, from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the North Academic Center Ballroom.  The event is free and open to children of City College faculty and staff.  Read More »

New Physician Assistant Program starts in 2016

The City College of New York Physician Assistant Program, one of the oldest in the country committed to recruiting from and serving underrepresented populations for more than four decades, introduces a new master of science degree program commencing in 2016. The new program replaces the existing undergraduate degree program sponsored by the Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education since 1978.    Read More »