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C-SPAN3 to air Professor Greg Downs Lecture December 28

C-SPAN3 will carry a lecture by City College of New York Associate Professor of History  Read More »

CCNY Chemists Use Sugar-Based Gelators to Solidify Vegetable Oils

Mannitol and sorbitol dioctanoates could provide alternatives to trans fats linked to obesity, coronary artery disease and diabetes Researchers at The City College of New York have reported the successful transformation of vegetable oils to a semisolid form using low-calorie sugars as a structuring agent. The findings portend the development of alternatives to structured oil products produced using saturated/trans fatty acids, which have been linked to coronary artery disease, obesity and diabetes. Read More »

Film by Professor Tibaldi, Alumnus Accepted to Sundance, Rotterdam

“Godka Cirka,” documentary short about Somali shepherdesses, already invited to 16 other exhibitions globally, including Cannes Read More »

Professor Uses Blogging as Teaching Tool for Aspiring Journalists

In November, students in Professor Linda Villarosa’s“Introduction to Journalism” class participated in an online press conference with the producers of  Read More »

Art History, Digital Art Programs Team for Show at Williamsburg Gallery

‘Liminal States’ features works of six MFA candidates in CCNY’s new Digital and Interdisciplinary Art Practice program Read More »

Book Showcases Practice of Spitzer School Dean George Ranalli

In his private practice, George Ranalli, dean of City College’s Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture, has designed for a rock star as well as some of New York City’s poorest residents. His body of work, which spans more than 30 years, is the subject of “In Situ,” a 450-page book published by Oscar Riera Ojeda Publishers to be released December 16.  Read More »

City College to Renovate Vacant Hamilton Heights Townhouse

Alumni House to house offices and conference spaces for Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership The City College of New York is pleased to announce that Alumni House, a limestone townhouse it owns in Harlem’s Hamilton Heights Historic District, will become part of the recently established Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership. Renovations to the building, located at the corner of Convent Avenue and W. 141st Street, are scheduled to begin early in 2014. Read More »

Ten CCNY Students Named Sophie and Leonard Davis Scholars

The City College of New York announced today that ten fourth-year students in the Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education BS/MD program have been chosen to receive the Sophie and Leonard Davis Scholarship, which awards $30,000 toward medical studies. They are the 34th cohort of scholars in the program, which was begun in 2000. Read More »

CCNY Launches Yearlong Human Rights Forum

December 10 lecture by Dean Eric Weitz kicks off series of events examining human rights issues through multiple lenses Read More »

Rhythm of My Colors on Display at Center for Worker Education

Self-taught artist Chrissy Pena’s exhibit looks at HIV/AIDS, breast cancer and self-preservation Self-taught fine artist Chrissy Pena has explored the beauty of life against all odds in her powerful exhibit "The Rhythm of My Colors," currently on display at the City College Division of Interdisciplinary Studies at the Center for Worker Education (CWE). The 20-piece framed pastel art installation runs through December 6 and is free and open to the public. Read More »